An Earthen Filter For Radioactive Water
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An Earthen Filter For Radioactive Water

The following earthen water filter will effectively remove radioactive particles from water… All soil found around the United States include different combinations of the following three things… sand, silt, and clay. With that said, the soil type that’s best for a earthen water filter to remove radioactive particles is that with a high clay content….

US Nuclear Power Plant Locations & Live Wind Flow Map For ‘Fallout’
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US Nuclear Power Plant Locations & Live Wind Flow Map For ‘Fallout’

If there is ever a nuclear power plant disaster or meltdown in the United States, the following map of their locations compared with a live wind flow map (direction and relative strength) will enable you to quickly determine your downwind risk from radioactive fallout effects. You can zoom in or out (mouse wheel), or click…

Nuclear Super EMP
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Nuclear Super EMP

The Super-EMP weapon exists, and we apparently know that at least Russia, N.Korea, and China have them. Perhaps others? Are Iran’s nuclear centrifuges (apparently thousands of them are enriching uranium) – spinning up a Super-EMP? A Super-EMP is a miniaturized nuclear warhead requiring far less ‘fuel’ than today’s conventional nuclear bombs. It is believed that…

US Nuclear Target Map
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US Nuclear Target Map

Out of curiosity I searched for maps that may reveal nuclear targets in the United States, and I’ve posted them here for your interest. (See below for more maps) The nuclear targets map shown above (source file) is one that I put together based on a number of factors — looking at other maps and…

Spent Nuclear Fuel Pools Are Full
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Spent Nuclear Fuel Pools Are Full

image: nrc.gov Commercial ‘Spent Nuclear Fuel’ is composed of metal assemblies about 12’-15’ long. The fuel assemblies, after being in the reactor for 3 to 6 years, are stored underwater in ‘Spent Fuel Pools’ for 10 to 20 years before being sent for reprocessing or dry cask storage. Of the 104 operating nuclear power plants…

Nuclear Power Plant Meltdown – 50 Mile Radius
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Nuclear Power Plant Meltdown – 50 Mile Radius

Have you wondered where the safest or safer place would be from a nuclear power plant? What if there was a disaster leading to a nuclear meltdown? You better be at least 50 miles from a nuclear power plant, and preferably not in a downwind location based on the prevailing winds (which are typically and…

Prepping For A Nuke
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Prepping For A Nuke

Recently, former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Paul Roberts, said “War with Russia will be nuclear.” and he has indicated repeatedly that the current policies and mishandling of world events are surely leading us closer to that time. While nuclear war is unthinkable for most people (suffering from normalcy bias), in reality, the fact is…

560 Tons Of Radioactive Waste Being Dumped Into The Ocean
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560 Tons Of Radioactive Waste Being Dumped Into The Ocean

Remember Fukushima? The nuclear power plant disaster in Japan that melted down back in 2011? The one that no-one talks about anymore? Well guess what — it’s still a problem. The latest news to hit the press is the fact that they are now dumping 560 tons of nuclear waste water into the Pacific ocean…

Immediately After The Nuclear Explosion
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Immediately After The Nuclear Explosion

A nuclear explosion is one of the most devastatingly catastrophic incidents imaginable. Our normalcy bias prevents most of us from contemplating such a horrific event and therefore most people have not planned for it in any way. The reality is that a nuclear explosion could occur, and as time goes on – the probability may…

Nuclear Weapons World Map
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Nuclear Weapons World Map

The following map is is a proportional visualization of the total number of nuclear weapons stockpiled by each country of the world (that we know about). While Russia and The United States stockpile the vast majority of nuclear weapons, any one single nuke could turn our world upside down in an instant. A full-on nuclear…