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Originally posted by Unity_99
The Palisades Nuclear Plant in southwestern Michigan has been shut down due to a loss of water in a cooling system. WWMT-TV reports the facility in Covert Township was shut down just before 3 p.m. Friday. The lowest of four emergency classification levels was declared. The classification means plant workers were notified and were resolving the problem. Officials say the shutdown poses no risk to the public and that no radioactive materials were released. A U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission inspection was held at the Van Buren County plant last month after a water pump component failed. The plant is owned by New Orleans-based Entergy Corp.
Current and just one more nuclear in the past 188 days. We're in an all out nuclear war of the controllers against the people. And if any disasters occur, cme's or more earth changes, this planets toast from the nuclear that will occur.
And its by design, all of it.
I heard the Rockefellers tried to head to South America, the whole family, all the relatives. But were blocked. They went to India instead just prior to Japan's disaster, with their own reactors.
Has anyone heard of their current whereabouts, when they're returning?
I hope someone else will make a thread on this, I don't feel up to it.edit on 17-9-2011 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)
The Baby Boomer Generation's kids should be mad. Not only did they have aweful parents who were only out for their own booze/drugs fix and beat their kids....
There was no one smart enough to realize a problem was soon going to come.
The significance of August 15, 1971
by Professor von Braun
May 31st, 2006
That was the day that President Nixon closed the gold window, ending the ability of other central banks to convert their dollars into gold at the fixed price of $35.00 per ounce.
It did not end the convertibility of US $'s into gold as the ability of other Central banks to buy gold using their US $ holdings remained. What this event did do was free the US from ever having to provide a redeemable alternative to their paper currency, which in effect was the complete opposite from why it had become the world's reserve currency in the first place. The Bretton Woods agreement saw the adopting of the dollar as the worlds reserve currency precisely for the reason that it was convertible into gold, gold already held by the US and other countries could hold the dollar knowing that this was the case.
No doubt it was the redemption by countries such as France, Italy, Germany, Holland and others that created the reduction in US gold holdings from 20,000 tonnes to 8,300 tonnes that had a hand in Nixon's decision, but the actuality was that the US now had created, by the stroke of a pen, the world's first officially non-redeemable reserve currency, giving it a monopoly on the world's banking system that has lasted to this day.
Originally posted by Rellix
The only way I can see something like this working is to create a Union (Union of Freedom) that is global., hit them where it hurts - in the pocket. This would require a peaceful withdrawal such as on a particular day once a month all those in the union strike and stay home, no marching on the government, no riot police! Withdraw home and have a day off. Eventually the momentum will build over a few months and you will start to gain a voice.
You are right, its unfortunate but what you say is true. The only way something could make a difference is to stand together as one and we are so fragmented it's not funny. So is there no hope?
The thing we need to realize though is that we are still dependent on each other for survival, regardless of what system we use we still need to be in service to each other as we can not have knowledge of everything.
Although I understand your explanation of becoming self sufficient within communities I also feel that the seperation from the greater society can sometimes be detrimental to progress and growth,even with cells sharing I think it would send us back to the stone age as far as progress goes. To truly progress we need a centralized body with the ability to gather and send information which would enable them to build on their work.
even with cells sharing I think it would send us back to the stone age as far as progress goes. To truly progress we need a centralized body with the ability to gather and send information which would enable them to build on their work
Maybe we should be starting on our own bodies and minds before we can create this new body you speak of, otherwise it will all be for 0.
Our repairs can really only come from God at this stage as we are so broken we cannot fix ourselves.
What comes before the cell?
Originally posted by kwell
John 3:18 He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.