Nebraska nuclear plant crisis worsens with midwest flooding- video

As the pace of earthchanges intensifies, nuclear plants will pose greater and greater environmental risks as the planet’s ecology is overturned by natural disasters. About 15 plants operate in the high-risk New Madrid fault zone. Time and time again, as with Japan and now with the unprecedented flooding along the Missouri River, in the event of a crisis, we have seen the mounting dangers and utter futility of trying to contain the runway power of the Sun raging inside these nuclear reactors. When will we come to our senses and decommission them before another apocalyptic incident unfolds?  –The Extinction Protocol
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33 Responses to Nebraska nuclear plant crisis worsens with midwest flooding- video

  1. Luke says:

    When will we come to our senses? When its waaayyyyy too late and our world is poisoned beyond saving. Thats when we will say ”ohhhh now i get it.”


    • No, the Earth will survive. But it’s very unlikely that people will wake up in time to save themselves or know how to clean their bodies from the toxicity of modern living. Great coverage on this story, it is being totally ignored by the MSM. Thank you!


  2. Chondra says:

    After Three Mile Island and Chernobyl, why did we keep building nuke plants? Guess greed is more important than human life is.


    • King kevin says:

      Yea Chondra you guess right, of course money is more important than life, you can’t buy things with life. It’s a sad place to live really…extinction is almost becoming necessary at this point.


    • jackrorabbit says:

      Because no one wants to use fossil fuels, so to be “green” this was the best they had in the 1970’s. Anyone want to go back to fossil fuels? I sure do.


  3. luisport says:

    I’m so glad you saw my posts… but where i post when is out of topic? And when is a dagerous situation as to give an alarm (ex: a tsunami near cost?) Thank you my friend


  4. luisport says:

    a release at Ft. Calhoun

    (From NRC)


    “At 0500 CDT, the lift station #4 sewage system, South of the Fort Calhoun Station Administration building, was released to the Missouri River. The release was a mixture of ground water and sewage; samples were taken by chemistry but dilution concentration is unknown. Approximately 105 gpm release started around 0500 on 6/13/2011. This condition is being reported pursuant to 10 CFR 50.72(b)(2)(xi) for an event related to the protection of the environment for which a notification of governmental agencies is required. Applicable governmental agencies have been notified per plant procedures.”

    The licensee notified the State of Nebraska at 1200 CDT. The licensee also notified the NRC Resident Inspector.


  5. luisport says:

    This is the next nuke plant down the MO. river:
    Brownville (23 miles S of Nebraska City, NE; nearest major city: Lincoln)
    and what do we have in between?
    Offutt AFB, the old SAC head quarters now Stratcom.


  6. luisport says:

    Anunkasan John La Rose III
    Nebraska Nuke Plant Totally Surrounded by Floodwaters: How Can Levees Hold? Dykes Designed For a Few Weeks of Water:
    há 1 minuto


  7. Luke says:

    Anyone know how close this plant is to being flooded?


  8. Our technology comes out of the choices we make and so we are bound to live with the consequences of those choices and I assure you there will be many. Humans lived before there was nuclear power and the human race will go on without it. Besides creating toxic residue which has a half-life of over a billion years, these plants consume 35-65 million gallons of water a day to prevent the reactors from overheating. Alternatives? Perhaps the $711 billion dollars the U.S. spends annually on military armaments and the $52 billion the country spends a year on maintaining and servicing a nuclear arsenal capable of incinerating the planet and starting a global arms race would be a good place to start. If nuclear plants are the cost of reading this on the internet- buy the book.


    • Rosie says:

      I am so inspired by this site. I would much prefer to live a simpler life and have the animals and children live their lives free of these terrifying threats we are facing. I can’t believe it’s happening in my lifetime. Thank you again.


    • wfoster2011 says:

      Way to go Alvin – – That’s what this site is all about. Disaster, extinction (well maybe except me) and drastic change.
      The Master of Disaster


  9. Kelly says:

    Meddler…………. there are alternatives and they have been available for a number of years but there is not the political will to make things happen, nor is the general populace in North America capable of changing their mindset. They are addicted to oil, coal and nuclear energy and want everything at their fingertips, all the time. A lazy and slothful society.

    For many years of my life, my wife and I lived in a wall tent for more than half of the year and the rest of the year we live on a farm in a very rural area that experiences power outages on a regular basis. Most of our urban acquaintances consider our life style to be primitive and most are so soft I am sure it would be torture for them to live as we do.

    That is the problem. A soft, gimme, gimme, gimme society. It is precisely why the majority will perish when the SHTF. A total lack of survival skills and the complete lack of physical and mental capabilities.

    Pathetic is all I have to say when it comes to the state of things.


    • Shawnta says:

      It is very judgmental to say those of us who do not live in a tent are soft, lazy and pathetic. I find it also hypocritical since clearly you have access to a computer at this point in your life.
      That said, many people, including myself would like to get off the power grid and live off of the land…with 2 small children and living paycheck to paycheck to afford our small apartment, rising food costs, and a horrible economy, that is not going to be possible for us.
      In addition to working 40 hours a week, I also sew clothing that I sell at night and on weekends to afford groceries most times…so I am NOT lazy by any means.
      I think it would do you some good to think before you type.


    • King kevin says:

      Thank you man. That is the smartest thing I’v heard all day. At least someone else realizes the way our majority lives is pathetic. Perish they will. Fortunately I’ve also grown up in a rural area. Fishing, hunting, that kind of stuff is what is done for fun lol. I got this….and for all those poor bastards who don’t….don’t come knockin at my door….or cave or whatever


  10. I don’t believe any form of of energy production is worth our lives as a species on this planet, let alone animal and plant life forms. Life is a gift. Our planet is a gift. How dare we destroy it!

    I agree 100% with what Alvin has stated. We have known for DECADES that we need alternative methods. Yet we have wasted infinite amounts of money on needless wars and military presence within various countries. The United States stopped caring about it’s people long ago. It’s all based on greed and has been for too many years to count.

    Wake up and stop being selfish. You and your loved ones live on this planet too. We ALL do!


  11. archangel says:

    I live about 5 hours south of omaha and about a couples hours from lincoln if the plant goes ill let you all know if it affects my area


  12. King kevin says:

    Why doesn’t THIS news channel be the worldwide news lol. The ONLY news people I have ever heard say it is our right and obligation to let PEOPLE know. Really? That’s not even heard of in our media. They say what they’re told just like the majority of our population. Someone get these guys a channel


  13. Wiseguy says:

    With your coal electric plants, you killed our trees upnorth in Canada. Our maple trees died because acid rains coming from those plants. And now, everybody are talking about the miraculous electric cars, great, this will increase the need for electricity, the need for more electric plants… Coal, Gaz, Nuclear… We have megawatts of clean and environnmental friendly electricity from our huge dams upnorth Quebec, come and get it…


    • jackrorabbit says:

      But that might kill the smelt, or the kangaroo rat, or the split eyed wombat(made up), yadda yadda. This is the problem. The “Green” movement has made it so difficult to do ANYTHING for energy, that we are stuck with 1970’s reactors, because we cannot build a new one that would be far more efficient, safe, and productive. We can’t build solar, because it will, and I kid you not, bother the DESERT. Can’t build wind, because of the birds and the noise. They want NOTHING, no solution that we come up with is good enough.


  14. Kelly says:

    Shawnta………….. believe me I think before I type and I meant every word of it. If you chose to take what I said personally, that is your choice. My comment was a general one. Obviously I did not mean that every last person out there is lazy, but our society as a whole is.

    As for your computer comment, well that would suggest you need to get out and about more. Thirty years ago when i was working in the wilderness and needed to talk to the outside, I had to ride a horse for an hour and a half to the top of a ridge to ‘call out’ on a radio telephone. Now we have satellite phones and satellite TV in the middle of nowhere. Solar or a generator for power, point a dish to the right place in the sky and presto. In the old days people going on a wilderness trip did not want to hear a telephone or see a TV the whole time they were there……….. that was why they went on a trip to the wilderness. These days they whine and snivel if they can’t watch the foot ball game at night and e-mail home at night, so remote lodges pretty much have to supply satellite TV and internet to keep the thrill seekers happy.

    People today are more in love with the idea of going back to the land and simpler times than they are with the realities of actually doing it.

    Anyone can make changes to their lives if they want to, but they have to actually be willing to cut ties, make sacrifices and face the unknown to do it. Leaving the security of a familiar place, family and the security of a paycheck every two weeks is the fly in the ointment. Most will not and are afraid to do this, choosing instead to take the safe road, the known quantity. People are afraid of change and prefer the familiar, even if it is not ideal, over what could be and the uncertainty of the road to get them there.

    There most certainly are viable alternatives to nuclear power……………….. but as with a significant change of life style by an individual, moving forward with a radical change to a country/societies energy policy takes intestinal fortitude and commitment by both government and the people they supposedly represent. It requires forward thinking people who have not been bought and paid for by big business and the banks. How many politicians fit that criteria today?

    These days the general populace has been dumbed down and many lack critical thinking skills. They live in urban environments where every last thing is supplied to them by the system/big brother. Most do not have the personal drive to push for change. They are content to play the game that the government and the banks have decided we have to play and are placated by being entertained 24/7. They convince themselves that they are somehow in tune with things by constantly being wired through social networking as they discuss drivel such as who is leaving on American Idol and following the low life maneuvers on shows like Survivor………….. which promote manipulating and back stabbing your fellow man.

    And as for the military Meddler…………. I in no way think Alvin was being demeaning to the fine people who have and do serve in the armed forces, but was instead making a valid point. A point that really should not have to be explained.


    • Luca says:

      Well said. I agree with you and after reading your comment I became quite depressed because of what man has become. Not that man has become worse. We’ve been bad for a long time ( not everyone of course).

      I am surrounded around by people who love Jersey Shore and though many watch it to laugh which is mean though easy to do. People find them cool, getting drunk, being disrespectful, sleeping around. I admit I saw a clip on the show in America called the soup which makes fun of it. But people where I live love it and find that type of life, true living. 😦 and if I even mention something happening in the world like this news story about flooding or whatever I am shut down with a snap.

      Oh and meddler Alvin wasn’t insulting the military and yes Coal, oil, nuclear power was discovered and has benefited nations in different ways. However God did protect the oil underneath the sea from leaking and God does not approve of greed which all of the things I mentioned above has driven men and turned Them into monsters


  15. Gaur Nitai says:

    Simple Living with High Thinking Is The Solution

    The basic principle of simple living is accepting whatever is necessary for maintaining the body, so that we can use the body for higher philosophical pursuits directed towards our pure self identity. One only accepts that which is necessary for existence and does not take anything that is an unnecessary complication to life. In this way, by the process of living simply, one will be able to, if properly directed, arrive at the point of ‘high thinking’, the actual essence of human life and intelligence.

    Throughout the world there is production of large-scale industrial and agricultural products. However despite such productive capacities there is scarcity because the world is full of thieves. The Vedas explain men are transformed into thieves when they plan economic development for sense gratification under the misguided notion that human existence is simply meant for personal enjoyment. If this were true then God should have made this world perfect for sense enjoyment but we see that it is not so. Everything has limits and in fact the pursuit of sense enjoyment simply results in frustration and dissatisfaction. No wonder most billionairs end up doing charity because they realize that sense enjoyment is not the answer.

    At the root of so-called scarcity and need is exploitation of one by another, driven by rampant consumerism. It seems we are insatiable for more and more technological marvels, for gas-guzzling cars, exotic items, the latest in fashion, and yet another pair of shoes. But do we really need all this? Can it ever make us truly happy?

    One-day a father of a very wealthy family took his son on a trip to the country with the firm purpose of showing his son how poor other people are.

    They spent a couple of days and nights on the farm of what would be considered a very poor family. On their return from their trip, the father asked his son, “How was the trip?” “It was great, Dad.”
    “Did you see how poor people live?” the father asked.”Oh yeah,” said the son. “So, tell me, what did you learn from the trip?” asked the father. The son answered: “I saw that we have one dog and they had four. We have a pool that reaches to the middle of our garden and they have a creek that has no end. We have imported lanterns in our garden and they have the stars at night. Our patio reaches to the front yard and they have the whole horizon. We have a small piece of land to live on and they have fields that go beyond our sight. We have servants who serve us, but they serve others. We buy our food, but they grow theirs. We have walls around our property to protect us; they have friends to protect them.”

    The boy’s father was speechless. Then his son added, “Thanks, Dad, for showing me how poor we are.”

    So it is the endless stream of material desires and our vain attempts to satisfy them that destroy our peace of mind, impelling us to excessively exploit the earth for her precious resources. Thus we create an imbalance which in turn creates poverty for so many. The fact is that human life has a higher purpose and by minimising our material needs we simplify life and free time for spiritual practice. By such practise we reduce our desires and become peaceful. THIS WILL ALSO SAVE MOTHER EARTH FROM THE BURDEN OF OVER EXPLOITATION AND EXCESSIVE POLLUTION BY MEANS OF POISONING THE WATER, EARTH, AIR AND ETHER.


  16. Bundy says:

    As you know Alvin I live in New Zealand,our government several years ago said NO to nuclear ships entering our waters from the US, we also don’t have any nuclear power plants either and we survive just fine.We may be a small nation,but we are also a pride nation, our land mass is very small but we get all the power we need off that land. We have hydro dams and some wind turbines,also in the Chatham Islands which is a part of N.Z. they are harnessing the ocean for a source of power. Solar panels on homes are also becoming very popular. I know large cities have more challenging needs,but you would think after all man is capable of that there would be safer alternatives than nuclear.


  17. Bundy says:

    Oh and another thing, as far as I’m aware there has been no mention of this on our mainstream T.V. news channels. I wonder how long it will be before FEMA starts putting you guys in their residential housing units for your own safety?Now this scares me as much as the nuclear power plants.


    • NickKo says:

      Bundy, you have a good point…… That there has not really been any mention of this in the ‘mainstream’ news media yet.
      BUT, if this becomes a major crisis and gets out of hand ( like Fukushima ), they’ll cover it for a couple of weeks. 😐

      – Nick


  18. luisport says:

    US Orders News Blackout Over Crippled Nebraska Nuclear Plant!!!

    Though this report confirms independent readings in the United States of “negligible release of nuclear gasses” related to this accident it warns that by the Obama regimes censoring of this event for “political purposes” it risks a “serious blowback” from the American public should they gain knowledge of this being hidden from them.


  19. Heard of this today in the crease of my local newspaper and couldn’t believe it. Who would of thought flooding in the middle of the state could maybe cause the same problem as over in Japan. This is a good example of why we need renewable energy and I hope soon people will care about it where i live for virginia alternative energy and virginia renewable energy solutions. Hope this works out okay…stay dry island.


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