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Yesterday I wrote an article on the locations of nuclear facilities that are scattered all over the US. In reality, there are probably additional secret locations that we are unaware of. I detail 7 things you should know about nuclear events in this article.
So today, I am writing to suggest that if you live near one of the facilities, you may want to build yourself a nuclear go bag. This is a bag that you would grab in addition to your bug out bag if you had to flee your home because of a dirty bomb, power plant accident, or some other nuclear incident.…Read More...
One of my biggest concerns resulting from the recent terrorist attacks made by Isis in Europe is that they had been doing surveillance on nuclear power facilities. An attack on nuclear reactors could result in major casualties and widespread decontamination. If they are working on this in Europe, I am reasonably sure they will also be working on it in this country.
The first thing that I did was to spend some time doing research on the location of nuclear reactors and other nuclear materials. I found a website put up by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission that has a good map showing the location of all the nuclear power plants in the US. …Read More...
With the new leader of North Korea making threats against the U.S. in such a reckless manner, I think we may have to start to take him seriously. While he may not have many nuclear devices and his missile capability may be somewhat limited, he might still have a surprise for us. For instance, a ship launched missile to create a high altitude nuclear explosion over the central United States. This could cause an electromagnetic pulse that would knock out power over most of this country.
If he should set off any nuclear explosions near or over the Alaska, Hawaii or the continental United States there could be problems with radioactive fallout. …Read More...