Can the Press Corp in Washington please Put The NRC front and center in the News?
As of the last 24 hours the Charlotte Observer in South Carolina reports that the Westinghouse Nuclear Fuel Rod Plant is now and has been leaking dangerous and deadly amounts of radiation into the ground, air, and water of Charlotte SC.
The Westinghouse Plant has been leaking deadly amounts into ground, air, and water since 2008 At their Greenville SC Plant.
And Their Plant in Richland County SC. is guilty of the same thing for the last 15 years.
These Leaks are out of control and as deep as 25 feet deep into the soil, contaminating ground water, rivers, and streams.
Someone here at OPP Lives in these areas!
Please post the current events in your area on this Extinction Level Event.
We need to get off the Trump Resistance Train, and get on with the deadly events facing America.
As of the last 24 hours the Charlotte Observer in ... (
My latest search on Google show that these State Wide leaks are 1,300 times higher than the allowable limits set by the Nuclear Regulatory Committee, causing kidney failure, cancer, and still births.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is in bed with Westinghouse!
Surprise, Surprise, Surprise.
Our EPA at work
We are like sheep, following the Trump Resistance Train.
Look around people. It's a Big World Out Their.
If you want more and better info, Google "Fukushima updates" and enter the current dates. The Japanese are trying to dump 1.09 Million TONS of irradiated water into the Pacific. They think 'dilution is the solution to pollution." But they have already been dumping 300 tons of irradiated water into the Pacific since the accident on 3/11/11. Tuna and Salmon are already tested and found to be irradiated. I have changed to canned chicken. I won't eat ANY Pacific caught fish or crustaceans.
Here are other sources: "Beyond Nuclear." Just Google the name, their newsletter will pop up, emails are free and often updated. Other sources: "NIRSNET:" email@example.com. "Fairewinds:" firstname.lastname@example.org. A nuclear engineer with a PhD in the topic runs that, along with his wife, Maggie. You can also find their speeches and videos on YouTube. "Ace Hoffman:" email@example.com. He has graphic arts on the topic. He also wrote, illustrated and published a whole book on the problems with nuclear power. You can download it, free, from his site. "Watchdog:" firstname.lastname@example.org."Solartopia:" Harvey Wasserman, email@example.com. David A. Kroft,"
firstname.lastname@example.org. "Nevada Nuclear Waste Taskforce:" Judy Treichel, Executive Director, email@example.com. These will all add you to their mailing lists, free. In most cases, if you can spare a few nickels, they welcome support, but do not demand it. Finally, our sailors, male and female, officers and enlisted personnel, are coming down with cancers of all kinds, the result of the US sending our carrier USS "Ronald Reagan, CVN 76" and her entire escort of ships to Fukushima to try and help. At one point, they were 50 miles offshore, later, they pulled back to 100 miles. Now, personnel are suffering cancers of the thyroid, testicular and ovarian cancer, brain cancers, leukemia, etc. They cannot sue the Navy, so they are trying to sue TEPCO; Tokyo Electric Power Company. That's the owner and operator of the melted down disaster plant. Some of those trying to sue have already died. Yet, it is not being published in our local news, or TV stations. I have notified a total of 4 TV stations in Nevada, and two newspapers. Nothing. We only got the latest news about our military people from an article in Berlin's paper, "Der Spiegel."
The have tried to send robots inside. Even the sturdiest robots are burned out in less than an hour. They LOST the cores of three of the reactors, so hot they melted down through their containment structures, and they are not quite sure where they are. It is estimated it will take 40-100 years to remediate this disaster, using technology not yet invented. The radiation at the reactors themselves are so hot, nobody can measure the amount. There are YouTube postings about all this, as well.
My Navy husband served on submarines for a total of 27 years. He passed in 2012. At first when we were first married, he was on older, retrofitted WW II diesel-electric boats. But only 5 years later, he was a Radioman Chief. He was quickly transferred to nuclear boats, and we both thought that was a good thing. My father worked at both of the Nevada Test sites when I was a kid. he thought nuclear power was good. I did too. Now, I am unalterably opposed to it. Nevada has already paid too heavy a price for that. We are united in keeping nuclear waste out of Nevada! I have seen people who were born and raised here, who have died too young. I myself, though most of my career was in aerospace, twice worked for companies which built nuclear power plants. At the time, I still thought they were a good thing. I don't think that now. Please, do the research, and add your voices to the effort to get al this insanity stopped.