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The Common Sense Show

This article examines the likelihood of a monumental nuclear catastrophe in this country due to a takedown of the power grid.

All discussions about a catastrophic failure of any nuclear facility must begin with a cursory analysis of what we have learned about the Fukushima event.

Lessons Learned from Fukushima

Fukushima is often spoken of by many, as a possible extinction level event because of the radiation threat. Fukushima continues to wreak havoc upon the world and in the United States as we are being bathed in deadly radiation from this event.

Because of Fukushima, fish are becoming inedible and the ocean currents as well as the prevailing ocean winds are carrying deadly radiation. Undoubtedly, by this time, the radioactivity has made its way into the transpiration cycle which means that crops are being dowsed with deadly radiation. The radiation has undoubtedly made its way into the water table in many areas and impacts every aspect of the food supply. The health costs to human beings is incalculable. This article is not about the devastation at Fukushima, instead, this article focuses on the fact that North America could have a total of 124 Fukushima events if the necessary conditions were present. READ MORE…

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One Response to “America’s Extinction Level Event”

  1. Abe says:

    Any one that wants a clue as to whats going on in Japan should sub to Arne Gunderson at Fairewinds. In a nut shell, Larry, Moe, and Curley are getting ready to remove the fuel rods out of reactor #4. Heaven help us!
    TEPCO is an instinction level event!! Why is the USA not worried about this???

    Thanks Barb for changing your comment section back to the way it use to be.