Tuesday, December 13, 2011

RT Interview with Dr. Robert Jacobs on Fukushima


Read the brief report and then listen to the interview
http://rt.com/news/fukushima-leak-radionuclide-wagner-141/


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  1. Exposing one of the "Big Lies"

    Big Lies are chronicled here

    http://oahutrading.blogspot.com/p/best-lies-of-nuclear.html


    THE LIE: "Nuclear is Safe as Long as You Can Feed Power Into Them"/ Carrington Event

    The current lie is a form of misdirection....a shell game of sorts. By pretending that by increasing the current hours of backup power available at Nuke Plants from 4 hours to 8 hours, that in that case "Nuclear is Safe". The answer is Heck No! There are still compelling reasons to eliminate nuclear power from our planet even if the other utility power supply could be 100% guaranteed. And one of these is the Carrington Event.

    Mr. Carrington was a researcher who observed the sun with a telescope. He noticed a pattern of sunspots /storms never seen before. This created Aurora Borealis throughout the globe, even seen in Cuba. It fried some of the few pipeline and telegraphs in use at the time, the time was 1869. Supposedly, there was a similar event around 1600

    Read this article from NASA stating how another Carrington Event could wipe out our current electronic and electrical grid. I mean wipe it out for years. Not the end of the human species, but are you ready for that?

    http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2008/06may_carringtonflare/



    These effects are not so uncommon....seems like we get a big enough event every decade or so---from NASA

    of the effects of solar geomagnetic storms on terrestrial communications when a huge solar flare on August 4, 1972, knocked out long-distance telephone communication across Illinois. That event, in fact, caused AT&T to redesign its power system for transatlantic cables. A similar flare on March 13, 1989, provoked geomagnetic storms that disrupted electric power transmission from the Hydro Québec generating station in Canada, blacking out most of the province and plunging 6 million people into darkness for 9 hours;

    Lets says that big portions of the grid were knocked out. Emergency response was difficult. And the 400 nuclear plants on the earth exceeded their 4 to 8 hours of backup capacity, and started melting down, and continued. Indeed, that is what we have set ourselves up for. Sad indeed, and we know that only emergencies get government and regulatory bodies off their duff, and even back in the day "they" used to be slow to react, now they seem to lash out with coverups, denials, and the exact opposite response of what is needed.

    What if 400 nuclear plants melted down? What if it was only 40?

    The answer is simple, this insane method of boiling water needs to come to an end. Not tomorrow, and it might take 20 years, in which we are just HOPING that a Carrington or Mini-Carrington doesn't occur.

    End nuclear now, it is too dangerous for humans, too dangerous for the planet.

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