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A Widespread Power Failure Plus An Ebola Outbreak Would Become America’s Extinction Level Event | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show

A Widespread Power Failure Plus An Ebola Outbreak Would Become America’s Extinction Level Event19 Sep, 2014 by Dave Hodges Print this article Font size -16+ nuclear meltdown just aheadOn November 13 and 14 of 2013, … 763 more words

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China to Compete with the West in Exporting Nuclear Power Plants, Airliners, etc.

Those who underestimate China’s ambition believe that China’s tremendous economic growth will soon end as its market of labor-intensive products saturates and its labor costs rise. 968 more words

Officials Approve Plan To Cool Scorching Temperatures At Turkey Point

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – State officials approved an emergency request for more water to control the temperatures in the cooling canals at Turkey Point on Thursday. 354 more words


Top Regulator Rejects Call To Shut Down Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant Over Earthquake Concerns

AVILA BEACH, San Luis Obispo County (AP) — A top Nuclear Regulatory Commission official has rejected a federal expert’s recommendation to shut down California’s last operating nuclear power plant until it can determine whether its reactors can withstand powerful shaking from nearby earthquake faults. 119 more words


If Junta Blocks Electricity to the Crimea… Russia will Block Electricity to the Ukraine

A Serb mother and child hiding from American bombing… the Russians wouldn’t bomb the loudmouthed Uniates… they’d just shut off the juice. Anyway, those kholkhols don’t want anything from us Moskali, anyway… 308 more words


Catawba Nuclear Station: Through a different lens

Morning comes to Catawba Nuclear Station, located in York County, S. C. on Lake Wylie. The two units at Catawba generate approximately 2,258 megawatts of electricity—enough electricity to power approximately one million homes—making it the second-largest operating nuclear plant in Duke Energy’s fleet. 218 more words

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