Radioactive Water Filter

Radioactive Water Filter

Guest article by Bogan – Spurred by a comment on this blog, I started to research how a person might go about filtering water that has been contaminated by radioactivity. Knowing little to nothing about the topic a person ought to be able to find out something...
Nuclear Power Plants: When Backup Systems Fail

Nuclear Power Plants: When Backup Systems Fail

The 104 U.S. nuclear power plants are some of the most sophisticated and complex energy systems ever designed. However any complex system, no matter how well it is designed and engineered, cannot be deemed failure-proof. The emergency power supplies of a nuclear power...
5 Nuclear Radiation Detector Choices

5 Nuclear Radiation Detector Choices

You might ask, “Why in the world would I need a nuclear radiation detector?” The answer is another question, “Have you examined the world around you lately?” We are living in dangerous times whereby the threat and potential reality of a nuclear...
Military Nuclear Targets in USA Mainland

Military Nuclear Targets in USA Mainland

(larger military nuclear targets map image here) I have assembled a map and a list of United States military targets likely to be hit first (compared with other targets which no doubt are also on target lists). Although there are lots of military installations, the...
iOSAT ™ Tablets For Your Nuclear Survival Kit

iOSAT ™ Tablets For Your Nuclear Survival Kit

Radioactive iodine (primarily I-131) is a waste product of nuclear fission produced in nuclear reactors and nuclear bombs. In the event of such a nuclear catastrophe, and what makes I-131 so dangerous, is that the body cannot distinguish I-131 from ordinary iodine. As...