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Five US Reactors in Quake Zones

13 April 2011

Five US Reactors in Quake Zones

www.usatoday.com/printedition/news/…/1anukes11_st.art.htm-


Below are two official US Geological Survey Maps, one showing US earthquake faults, the other showing nuclear power plants/research reactors near these from www.treehugger.org.  I don’t know about you, but I count 19 out of 104.  At least several of these — such as San Onofre, Diablo Canyon, and Humboldt in California and Trojan in Washington State — were deliberately sited on major earthquake faults/volcanic areas over long-standing mass protests by the public.  In addition, even minor earthquake faults can be activated by the US military’s HAARP array that was likely just used on those in Fukishima!  — REC

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(I posted this information about HAARP back in March 2011 – Penny Bright)

www.sovereignindependent.com/?p=16628

European Parliament Issues Warnings on HAARP

http://news.exopoliticsinstitute.org

“HAARP is a project of which the public is almost completely unaware, and this needs to be remedied.”


U.S. Seismic Activity

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) seismic hazard map show the probability level for an earthquake across the U.S. based on ground shaking, faults, seismicity and geodesy. This information helps dictate everything from building codes, insurance rates and public policy.


seismic-hazard-map-us.jpgUSGS National Seismic Hazard Map. Image via USGS

U.S. Seismic Activity Near Nuclear Power Plants/Research Reactors

Looking at the overlap of U.S. nuclear reactors (both power and research facilities) and earthquake zones is pretty alarming. The West Coast isn’t as peppered with nukes as the states east of the Mississippi are but they’re sitting atop some pretty shaky ground.

US Nuclear Power Plants Near Earthquake Zones

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April 12, 2011 - Posted by | Internationally significant information, Uncategorized

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