reply to post by winterkill
With this mega disaster in play, a lot of noboby's [like us] have been digging into the insanity that has brought us to this point. With the web, we
meet all kinds of others who are doing the same. Now everyone comes from a different work background, different life experience so they all have
different skills to add to the pot. Because of this and everybody talking, kicking ideas around, we've all learned so much more than our "leaders"
[That's a good one eh?] would ever want us to learn. There is nothing more dangerous than a sharp public. I've seen the work of crackpots who are
genius's, and genius experts who are crackpots at best, lying criminals at worst.
Now to your question.
What kind of idiot would put a nuclear bomb that is constantly detonating, 24/7 just to boil water, on an EQ fault?
Are they all built on EQ faults intensionally?
This artical says no.
I've seen information to the contrary, so I'm not convinced.
What if in the design specks, they had to be placed in areas where the vibration harmonics could dissapate, or else they would shake themselves into
meltdown? What if old EQ faults were the only place they could run?
You couldn't tell the public.
Are there any nuke plants that aren't on EQ faults? They say there are but maybe they don't count old sleeping faults?
The one in my area is on an active eq fault line [The Ottawa river], and guess what? The Chalk River nuke plant is not shown on the EQ map for my
area. Either is the town of Deep River beside the nuke plant. [Must be a simple oversite, eh?] I've seen a 3.2 hit right under the plant, but if you
didn't know the geography, you'd think the episcenter was in the forest.
Shouldn't my EQ map show the three EQ faults in my area and the nuke plant, right on this map?
There is so much deliberate deception by our own watchdogs, all I can say is google up your own area geology. Find out where the faults are. Check it
against the location of your local nuke plants.
It's the only way you'll know for sure. Most folks won't make the effort.
My area has much higher cancer and autism rates than the average.
I know why.
Fukushima raining down from the jet stream will just add to it in years to come.