Originally posted by SHABBYCAT
reply to post by Heyyo_yoyo
Soooooo ,what do we do????? You've got my attention. I don't know what my next move should be. You seem experienced......what are YOU gonna do to
help????? I mean you seem to know a lot , so PLEASE help. I am being serious here.
Ok, EXCELLENT QUESTION!
Earlier in this thread I provided the government's actual plans for evacuation, I'll post them again:
A look at
evacuation plans for Comanche Peak nuclear power plant
Since these numbers have been popping at a constant disaster level figure for well over 12 hours now (God only knows how long before I discovered
it... if the job post on NW is indicative of the afore mentioned high profile job termination, likely the radiation from this event has been leaking
for close to 50+ hours now) If you live near Dallas, say within a 50 mile radius, I SUGGEST THAT YOU COLLECT YOUR LOVED ONES NOW
TAKE AN EXTENDED WEEKEND ~UP WIND~ FROM THAT AREA (or until you're confident the immediate threat has passed through TRUSTED, VERIFIABLE SOURCES)...
From 50 miles to 150 miles away, I suggest that you find a plotable weather forecast service online and determine the wind speeds and directions in
your area for the next 5 days. If you discover the wind blowing in your direction from Dallas, I suggest Leaving Now
(50+ hours is plenty of
time for a substantial dosage to have already contaminated you, your kids, your food, and your water)
150 to 200 miles away, Be prepared to leave as soon as the wind from Dallas blows your way. Review the ATS survival forums for the best info in the
world on how to deal with this. START BOTTLING WATER IN PLASTIC 5 GALLON BOTTLES AND WRAPPING YOUR FOOD IN HEAVY VISQUINE PLASTIC. Stay indoors as
long as you can, seal all exits with tape except for one, which you will provide for egress. seal windows, vents, and chimney openings. gather
everyone to a centrally located place in the house away from windows and doors for sleeping and eating. place your food and water stores there as
well, under a heavy visquine enclosure.
Don't forget about your pets!
If you have livestock, put them in the barn, with as much food and water as you can. Cover the barn roof completely with nailed down visquine sheets,
leaving visquine edges to fall over the overhang to allow contaminated water to fall to the ground. Seal all doors and windows against particulate
Above all else, DO NOT EXPOSE YOURSELF TO RAIN!!!! If storms start to develop, take cover immediately, and wear rubber boots (or securely wrap your
foot ware in a heavy visquine wrap) and heavy latex gloves if you must walk in or touch watery surfaces. If you absolutely must be in the rain, full
heavy rubber rain gear, a half face industrial respirator fitted with radiation cartridges (or at least particulate cartridges for a temporary
respiratory filter - DONT FORGET TO SHAVE ~ALL~ OF YOUR FACIAL HAIR OFF MEN), and fitted plastic goggles is recommended.
BEFORE entering any habitations, remove your gear into a soapy tub to decontaminate it for future use via heavy horse hair brushes and heavy latex
gloves. you do not want to contaminate those around you.
IF possible, someone should locate a hand held Ur meter and if they're professional enough to do so, take periodic readings and post your findings
here on this thread for everyone else's benefit.
That's all I can suggest for now...
edit on 29-7-2011 by Heyyo_yoyo because: (no reason given)