CNN: Calif. plant could be next Fukushima -Activist (VIDEO)

Published: July 27th, 2012 at 4:37 pm ET
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Title: Activist: Calif. plant could be next Fukushima
Source: CNN
Author: Kyung Lah
Date: Jul 27, 2012

Activists fear Southern California’s nuclear plant is the next Fukushima.

h/t Anonymous tip

Published: July 27th, 2012 at 4:37 pm ET
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6 comments to CNN: Calif. plant could be next Fukushima -Activist (VIDEO)

  • bmurr bmurr

    It is nice to see a major network airing this.
    Be ready for the PR campaign to begin from the Nuke Industry.

    Have a look at this to get familiar with the type of things the nuke industry says to cover up or mitigate public opinion.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fmmdh8Xlbvg&feature=plcp


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    • arclight arclight

      hi bmurr
      they cant mitigate this

      our man ryan filming the death nell of nuclear in japan.. usa next?? :)

      Occupy Tokyo Night Protest Action July 27th 2012

      Published on Jul 28, 2012 by freedomwv
      Occupy Tokyo can get lively after dark. After the weekly protest in front of the Japanese PM office, a crowd gathered at the O.T. camp for some protest action directed toward M.E.T.I.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6HHJpYjGrE

      saikato hantai!!


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      • bmurr bmurr

        I am always cautiously optimistic about these rallies. It's great to see that people are vocal, and organizing. But eventually people will get tired, go home, and things will get back to normal. If the people's stamina outlast the patience of the politicians, and big money, then we will see the riot squads send the people home. It's not the first time I have seen this. Look at what happened in Pittsburgh at the G20 in 2009.


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Nuclear disasters happen for different reasons:..quakes, human error, mechanical failure, etc …as proven by Three Mile, Chernobyl, Fukushima, and others. Dangerous and unpredictable.


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  • The California NPPs are,
    …not tsunami proof.
    …not earthquake proof.
    …not fool proof.
    …not worth it!!!


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  • Zombie_Planet

    <b> <strong>The shit has been piled this deep on this planet before. The evidence shows that those ancient peoples denied their Destiny and were consumed by Fate.

    This is true both personally and collectively.

    This is why they work so hard to manage the flow of shit to coincide with their schedule of things….as they are aware that even shit will ignite if you pile it deep enough.

    Into everyone's life, shit happens. When the shit happens in your life, be aware that this is universe providing you the necessary precondition for transformation.

    By rejecting the process of transformation which is triggered by the shit reaching too damn high, you are sticking your chin out as far as you can, and inviting Fate to bitch slap the shit right out of you.

    You see, the shit must go. That is how universe works. It piles shit up to the rafters as a method of forcing us lazy pie eaters to get out of our kitchens and deal with the transformation, that we know, deep in our gut, is required.

    Universe does not provide us with what we want. It gives us what we need.


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