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Choosing the RIGHT Survival Location
« on: February 25, 2016, 02:18:34 AM »
Some VERY chilling advice from Major Ed Dames on choosing the right survival location:

http://www.rvcommunity.net/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=10828&sid=91b872f1b40876ea606eb7cf340dbfee

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It is interesting to observe that very many notable bankers, oligarchs and 'elite' have already hunkered down in extremely fortified 'safe locations' -- protected (they believe) from perceived life-threatening exigencies on the immediate time horizon.

Interesting, also, (from an expert RV perspective) that most all of them are doomed to (prematurely) end their days in those 'logically survivable' locations. What a shame...

Nominally 80% of my personal sanctuary clients have already relocated. You 20 percenters need to, once more, reconsider the effects of infrastructure (and economic) collapse -- particularly grid down, nuclear radiation effects, martial law. There's still a little time remaining to decide, and act.

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-->>Pardon the side tracking, I once heard that radiation might make most, if not all of the northern hemisphere uninhabitable. Is that the case?

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You haven't attended my closed-door presentations, my friend. The facts re. both marine and airborne rad plumes, present and future, are downright ugly. Add that to grid/infrastructure breakdown, and we're talking TEOL(OE)AWKI stuff. Sadly/grimly it's all real. Prepare/dig in…

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Re: Choosing the RIGHT Survival Location
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2016, 02:19:37 PM »
For those that would like some help in finding their “ultimate survival retreat”

Here is a word from Major Ed Dames regarding his recent 1-day crash course tour announcement:
 
"People are beginning to figure out that this is my FINAL workshop tour. I hope the very best to those that do not obtain their personal sanctuary locations by the end of 2016. Most of my team has already relocated, and are now using Remote Viewing to generate funds to store up supplies. I have spent years warning the world of not only what's coming, but also how to use RV to generate funds so there's absolutely no excuse to not be ready. With RV, a prosperous future is left to choice, not chance. For those that have not yet received RV training and a personal sanctuary location (not just a safe zone) then I hope to see you on the tour." - Major Ed Dames (US Army Intelligence Ret.)

http://www.survivingthekillshot.com

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« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2016, 03:26:13 AM »
To gain a better appreciation of exactly what Major Dames is saying here that there will be MANY “Fukushim” type events around North America as the “Kill Shot” solar flare sequence takes down the power girds in North America and the spent fuel in all the reactor pools that are being cooled down lose their cooling power, melt down and are released into the atmosphere...  :o

To gain a better appreciate for what is so important here I highly recommend that anyone that seriously wants to find a good shelter location “invest” in a months subscription to CosttoCoast.am , down load the audio interviews from Major Dames from the last five years and listen to what he has to say.

Short of attending (as I have) one of his closed door seminars on finding a good survival location (away from the radiation plums released into the atmosphere due to power plant power failures). Below are some summaries of a couple past shows to give a bit of perspective of what he is talking about..

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Major Ed Dames show archive “Coast to Coast”

http://www.coasttocoastam.com/guest/dames-major-ed/5589


http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2014/02/20


Nothing can compare to the problems we're facing from Fukushima radiation, he declared. The West Coast will have permanent damage, and Hawaii will be particularly hard hit by aerosol plumes. "Over the next few years, the marine concentration of radionuclides hitting the Hawaiian islands will render that paradise, not so much of a paradise anymore," he lamented. Dames has a bad feeling about 2014 and predicted that North Korea will fire a nuke, and there'll be wars, and economic collapse. The solar kill shot is also on the horizon in the next few years, he said, and a Planet X-like body that travels into the inner solar system every 11,500 years may be connected to it.

http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2013/12/09

Living up to his nickname of "Dr. Doom," he foresees 2014 to be a dark time, when the mainstream media will no longer be able to cover-up the disastrous effects of Fukushima radiation which will begin to show up on the West Coast of North America. There are almost no sanctuaries in California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia as they will be hit by both airborne and marine radionuclide plume, "and they're going to continue to hit the coast for the next 100 years," unless there's some kind of intervention, possibly ET in nature, he indicated.

http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2013/04/23


In the latter half of the program, remote viewing teacher, Ed Dames, talked about his predictions that North Korea would use a nuclear weapon in anger and how a global economic collapse would happen concurrently with a pandemic in the not too distant future. Dames claimed that his team has uncovered the "real plan" at work by the North Korean government. According to him, they have developed small nuclear devices which will be transported via submarine to be placed off the coast of US territories.

Despite this looming danger, Dames put forward that he is "far more concerned" with a global pandemic breaking out, concomitant with a worldwide economic collapse, and leading to a devastating solar flare hitting the planet.

. "Even Dr. Doom is beginning to get scared now," he mused, "and when Dr. Doom gets scared, that should be a red flag to a lot of people.”

http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2012/03/15

Remote viewing teacher Ed Dames presented his latest insights and predictions on such subjects as 'Solar Killshot' safe havens, ongoing extraterrestrial intervention, the Fukushima disaster, and war with Iran. We're not going to be hit by just one mega solar flare, but a series of them over time (perhaps over a 1-2 year period), "that's going to turn Earth into a veritable X-ray & proton rotisserie," he said. Locations in the southern hemisphere, such as in Australia and Africa will have few survival zones, though Christchurch, New Zealand is one possible sanctuary, he said. If you aren't in a safe haven, then living underground to avoid the high winds and dark skies, is your best option, he added.


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Re: Choosing the RIGHT Survival Location
« Reply #3 on: February 27, 2016, 03:49:00 AM »
Here is a good article from “ENENEWS.com” that gives the details of the Fusushima radiatin’s effect on the West Coast of the United States (you won’t find this reported on CNN!) :'(

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Study: Fukushima airborne plumes “caused significant deposition of radioactivity over North America” — Especially for West Coast and eastern U.S. — Around 13% of all radioactive iodine released into atmosphere was deposited over USA and Canada (MAP)

http://enenews.com/study-fukushima-airborne-plumes-caused-significant-deposition-radioactivity-north-america-especially-around-west-coast-eastern-around-13-all-radioactive-iodine-released-atmosphere-deposited-usa

European Commission, Science for Environment Policy News Alert (pdf): The 2011 nuclear accident at Fukushima, Japan, caused the release of large amounts of radionuclides (unstable atoms that produce radioactive emissions) to the atmosphere. Caesium and iodine radionuclides can negatively affect human health through the contamination of air, water, soil and agricultural products. The EU-funded study1 modelled the global spread of radionuclides of caesium and iodine from Fukushima in the atmosphere [...] or iodine radionuclides [...] meteorological conditions and convection promote more long-distance transport. This is because iodine does not dissolve as easily as caesium so it remains in a gaseous form and is redistributed by convection to the troposphere (lowest part of atmosphere) where the wind speed is greater and transports the iodine greater distances. The model results suggest that 12.7% of iodine radionuclides were deposited over the USA and Canada [...] Approximately 50-60% was deposited locally in Japan.
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Re: Choosing the RIGHT Survival Location
« Reply #4 on: February 27, 2016, 05:53:13 PM »
MadMax thanks so much for your  new Topic here.
I will be catching up, viewing the videos,
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« Reply #5 on: February 28, 2016, 04:34:56 AM »
Morning Barb,

 Thank you for inviting me into the forum here LOTS of good stuff/information that I have just started to explore.

One of the things that I have not seen here (yet) is a good discussion of the importance of considering how close a potential survival location is to nuclear power plants and the possible effects of a “grid down” EMP/solar event.

Below is a good article that goes into good detail about this and how the government refuses to spend very little money to fix this potentially catastrophic problem..

Max.

NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS: The Very Real Possibility of A Global Nuclear Catastrophe

http://www.globalresearch.ca/nuclear-power-plants-the-very-real-possibility-of-a-global-nuclear-catastrophe/29951

The Government Spends Trillions On Unlikely Threats … But Won’t Spend a Billion Dollars to Prevent the Very Real Possibility of Global Nuclear Catastrophe

We’re Spending Money Combating the Wrong Dangers..

Studies show that people are worry about the wrong things.

We are terrified of things that will probably never happen, and underestimate the real dangers which face us.

NASA scientists are predicting that a solar storm will knock out most of the electrical power grid in many countries worldwide, perhaps for months… 

Indeed, the Earth’s magnetic field protects us from the sun’s most violent radiation, and yet the magnetic field fluctuates over time. As the Telegraph reported in 2008:

Large hole in magnetic field that protects Earth from sun’s rays … Recent satellite observations have revealed the largest breach yet seen in the magnetic field that protects Earth from most of the sun’s violent blasts.


What would happen to nuclear power plants world wide if their power – and most of the surrounding modern infrastructure – is knocked out?

Nuclear power companies are notoriously cheap in trying to cut costs. If they are failing to harden their electrical components to protect against the predicted solar storm, they are asking for trouble … perhaps on a scale that dwarfs Fukushima. Because while Fukushima is the first nuclear accident to involve multiple reactors within the same complex, a large solar storm could cause accidents at multiple complexes in numerous countries.

If the nuclear power companies and governments continue to cut costs and take large gambles, the next nuclear accident could make Fukushima look tame.

The head of the leading consulting firm on the effect of electromagnetic disruptions on our power grid – which was commissioned to study the issue by the U.S. federal government – stated that it would be relatively inexpensive to reduce the vulnerability of our power grid:

What we’re proposing is to add some fairly small and inexpensive resistors in the transformers’ ground connections. The addition of that little bit of resistance would significantly reduce the amount of the geomagnetically induced currents that flow into the grid.

Mechanical engineer Matthew Stein does a good job of reporting on this issue today:

There are nearly 450 nuclear reactors in the world, with hundreds more being planned or under construction…. Imagine what havoc it would wreak on our civilization and the planet’s ecosystems if we were to suddenly witness not just one or two nuclear meltdowns, but 400 or more! How likely is it that our world might experience an event that could ultimately cause hundreds of reactors to fail and melt down at approximately the same time? I venture to say that, unless we take significant protective measures, this apocalyptic scenario is not only possible, but probable.

In the past 152 years, Earth has been struck by roughly 100 solar storms, causing significant geomagnetic disturbances (GMD), two of which were powerful enough to rank as “extreme GMDs.” If an extreme GMD of such magnitude were to occur today, in all likelihood, it would initiate a chain of events leading to catastrophic failures at the vast majority of our world’s nuclear reactors, similar to but over 100 times worse than, the disasters at both Chernobyl and Fukushima.

Unfortunately, the world’s nuclear power plants, as they are currently designed, are critically dependent upon maintaining connection to a functioning electrical grid, for all but relatively short periods of electrical blackouts, in order to keep their reactor cores continuously cooled so as to avoid catastrophic reactor core meltdowns and fires in storage ponds for spent fuel rods.


If an extreme GMD were to cause widespread grid collapse (which it most certainly will), in as little as one or two hours after each nuclear reactor facility’s backup generators either fail to start, or run out of fuel, the reactor cores will start to melt down. After a few days without electricity to run the cooling system pumps, the water bath covering the spent fuel rods stored in “spent-fuel ponds” will boil away, allowing the stored fuel rods to melt down and burn[2]. Since the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) currently mandates that only one week’s supply of backup generator fuel needs to be stored at each reactor site, it is likely that, after we witness the spectacular nighttime celestial light show from the next extreme GMD, we will have about one week in which to prepare ourselves for Armageddon.

To do nothing is to behave like ostriches with our heads in the sand, blindly believing that “everything will be okay” as our world drifts towards the next natural, inevitable super solar storm and resultant extreme GMD.

–>>  Such a storm would end the industrialized world as we know it, creating almost incalculable suffering, death and environmental destruction on a scale not seen since the extinction of the dinosaurs some 65 million years ago. :o

In the event of an extreme GMD-induced long-term grid collapse covering much of the globe, if just half of the world’s spent fuel ponds were to boil off their water and become radioactive, zirconium-fed infernos, the ensuing contamination could far exceed the cumulative effect of 400 Chernobyls.
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« Reply #6 on: February 28, 2016, 07:47:34 AM »
Here is an article from the NASA Science website (its not just us “tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy types” that are thinking about this VERY real threat..

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Solar Shield--Protecting the North American Power Grid

http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2010/26oct_solarshield/

Every hundred years or so, a solar storm comes along so potent it fills the skies of Earth with blood-red auroras, makes compass needles point in the wrong direction, and sends electric currents coursing through the planet's topsoil. The most famous such storm, the Carrington Event of 1859, actually shocked telegraph operators and set some of their offices on fire. A 2008 report by the National Academy of Sciences warns that if such a storm occurred today, we could experience widespread power blackouts with permanent damage to many key transformers.

Every hundred years or so, a solar storm comes along so potent it fills the skies of Earth with blood-red auroras, makes compass needles point in the wrong direction, and sends electric currents coursing through the planet's topsoil. The most famous such storm, the Carrington Event of 1859, actually shocked telegraph operators and set some of their offices on fire. A 2008 report by the National Academy of Sciences warns that if such a storm occurred today, we could experience widespread power blackouts with permanent damage to many key transformers

A large-scale blackout could last a long time, mainly due to transformer damage. As the National Academy report notes, "these multi-ton apparatus cannot be repaired in the field, and if damaged in this manner they need to be replaced with new units which have lead times of 12 months or more.”

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« Reply #7 on: February 28, 2016, 03:44:25 PM »
Wow, MadMax, and thanks so much for posting all this stuff, links and all, and now I'm like Yowbarb with LOTS of reading and viewing to do.  Much to ponder.
Thanks again.

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« Reply #8 on: February 29, 2016, 03:57:02 PM »
The closest nuclear power plant to me is over 200 miles away.  But this plant is only a few miles from my brother and his family.  When I asked once what would they do if it had a meltdown, my sister-in-law said they have iodine tablets, which are expired, but they'll just take them anyway.  I wish they didn't have such a casual approach to what may be real threat.  This plant is one of those over 30 years old and has cracks in the towers.

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« Reply #9 on: March 01, 2016, 02:26:35 PM »
For the “skeptics” on the forum that think ALL we have to worry about is the coming economic collapse and finding a nice “out of the way” place to ride out the collapse as major metropolitan areas descend into chaos as the food supply runs out..

Here is a modern day example from 1989 Ontario Canada and what happened when an X15 Solar Storm headed toward planet earth:

The Day the Sun Brought Darkness

http://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/sun_darkness.html


On March 13, 1989 the entire province of Quebec, Canada suffered an electrical power blackout. Hundreds of blackouts occur in some part of North America every year. The Quebec Blackout was different, because this one was caused by a solar storm!

On Friday March 10, 1989 astronomers witnessed a powerful explosion on the sun. Within minutes, tangled magnetic forces on the sun had released a billion-ton cloud of gas. It was like the energy of thousands of nuclear bombs exploding at the same time. The storm cloud rushed out from the sun, straight towards Earth, at a million miles an hour. The solar flare that accompanied the outburst immediately caused short-wave radio interference, including the jamming of radio signals from Radio Free Europe into Russia. It was thought that the signals had been jammed by the Kremlin, but it was only the sun acting up!


On the evening of Monday, March 12 the vast cloud of solar plasma (a gas of electrically charged particles) finally struck Earth's magnetic field. The violence of this 'geomagnetic storm' caused spectacular 'northern lights' that could be seen as far south as Florida and Cuba. The magnetic disturbance was incredibly intense. It actually created electrical currents in the ground beneath much of North America. Just after 2:44 a.m. on March 13, the currents found a weakness in the electrical power grid of Quebec. In less than 2 minutes, the entire Quebec power grid lost power. During the 12-hour blackout that followed, millions of people suddenly found themselves in dark office buildings and underground pedestrian tunnels, and in stalled elevators. Most people woke up to cold homes for breakfast. The blackout also closed schools and businesses, kept the Montreal Metro shut during the morning rush hour, and closed Dorval Airport.

The Quebec Blackout was by no means a local event. Some of the U.S. electrical utilities had their own cliffhanger problems to deal with. New York Power lost 150 megawatts the moment the Quebec power grid went down. The New England Power Pool lost 1,410 megawatts at about the same time. Service to 96 electrical utilities in New England was interrupted while other reserves of electrical power were brought online. Luckily, the U.S. had the power to spare at the time…but just barely. Across the United States from coast to coast, over 200 power grid problems erupted within minutes of the start of the March 13 storm. Fortunately none of these caused a blackout.


March 1989 geomagnetic storm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/March_1989_geomagnetic_stom


A severe geomagnetic storm struck Earth on March 13, 1989. It occurred during solar cycle 22 and caused a nine-hour outage of Hydro-Québec's electricity transmission system.

The geomagnetic storm causing this event was itself the result of a coronal mass ejection on March 9, 1989.[1] A few days before, on March 6, a very large X15-class solar flare also occurred.[2] Three and a half days later, at 2:44 am EST on March 13, a severe geomagnetic storm struck Earth.[3][4] The storm began on Earth with extremely intense auroras at the poles. The aurora could be seen as far south as Texas and Florida.[5] As this occurred during the Cold War, an unknown number of people worried that a nuclear first-strike might be in progress.[5] Others incorrectly considered the intense auroras to be associated with the Space Shuttle mission STS-29, which had been launched on March 13 at 9:57:00 AM.[6] The burst caused short-wave radio interference, including the disruption of radio signals from Radio Free Europe into Russia. It was initially believed that the signals had been jammed by the Soviet government.

As midnight came and went, a river of charged particles and electrons in the ionosphere flowed from west to east, inducing powerful electrical currents in the ground that surged into many natural nooks and crannies.[5]

Some satellites in polar orbits lost control for several hours. GOES weather satellite communications were interrupted, causing weather images to be lost. NASA's TDRS-1 communication satellite recorded over 250 anomalies caused by the increased particles flowing into its sensitive electronics.[5] The Space Shuttle Discovery was having its own problems: a sensor on one of the tanks supplying hydrogen to a fuel cell was showing unusually high pressure readings on March 13. The problem went away after the solar storm subsided.


A Scary 13th: 20 Years Ago, Earth Was Blasted with a Massive Plume of Solar Plasma!

Violent space weather treated many to a fantastic display of colorful auroras, but damaged power grids left six million Canadians in the dark

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/geomagnetic-storm-march-13-1989-extreme-space-weather/

On March 10, 1989, a CME about the size of 36 Earths erupted from the sun's roiling surface and ripped through space at a million miles (1.6 million kilometers) per hour. Two days later, the torrid gas cloud crashed against Earth's magnetosphere—the magnetic field generated by the planet's spinning molten iron core that helps deflect the solar wind and more potent solar jetsam. This blast from the sun severely disrupted the magnetosphere and set off a geomagnetic superstorm.


But the event of March 13 (the date fell on a Monday that year) was no mere breath of solar wind or a flare that kindled a transient, flickering light show. Undulating, multicolored auroras spread as far south as Texas and Cuba, and a red glow appeared in the night sky over most of the world. Some startled people who had never seen an aurora before even feared that nuclear war had broken out, Odenwald recounts.

Most significantly, at about 2:45 A.M. local time on Monday, March 13, Canada's Hydro-Québec power utility's grid crashed when safety systems sensed a power overload caused by the currents pulsing through the ground. The failure knocked out electricity to six million people in northeastern Canada for as long as nine hours—the biggest outage ever caused by a geomagnetic storm.


The “locals” I am sure will soon gather express their “gratitude” to utility officials for being so cheap not to spend a few $$ to provide protection for our power distribution system.  Pitchforks and torches are being readied!!

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« Reply #10 on: March 02, 2016, 02:50:09 AM »
Here is an article from the NASA Science website (its not just us “tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy types” that are thinking about this VERY real threat..

Max.

Solar Shield--Protecting the North American Power Grid

http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2010/26oct_solarshield/

Every hundred years or so, a solar storm comes along so potent it fills the skies of Earth with blood-red auroras, makes compass needles point in the wrong direction, and sends electric currents coursing through the planet's topsoil. The most famous such storm, the Carrington Event of 1859, actually shocked telegraph operators and set some of their offices on fire. A 2008 report by the National Academy of Sciences warns that if such a storm occurred today, we could experience widespread power blackouts with permanent damage to many key transformers.

Every hundred years or so, a solar storm comes along so potent it fills the skies of Earth with blood-red auroras, makes compass needles point in the wrong direction, and sends electric currents coursing through the planet's topsoil. The most famous such storm, the Carrington Event of 1859, actually shocked telegraph operators and set some of their offices on fire. A 2008 report by the National Academy of Sciences warns that if such a storm occurred today, we could experience widespread power blackouts with permanent damage to many key transformers

A large-scale blackout could last a long time, mainly due to transformer damage. As the National Academy report notes, "these multi-ton apparatus cannot be repaired in the field, and if damaged in this manner they need to be replaced with new units which have lead times of 12 months or more.”

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Mad Max, yes these are very real threats, threats which are probably recognized by most people here on the forum.
There is a topic I started a couple of years ago about which contains messages or agencies in government...about various threats.  Topic: Messages from the US President and Government RE disaster preparedness 

http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php?topic=5498.0#lastPost

It is  OK to post about threats here, especially if you can figure out the safer areas, based on what you learn.
thanks,
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Yowbarb Note -
The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), within the Executive Office of the President of the United States released a statement May 07, 2015.  Here is the link to the pdf of the document: http://www.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/publications/DRAFT-NSWS-For-Public-Comment-508.pdf 

Yowbarb Note: In this post I put the live links within brackets.
http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/news/national-space-weather-strategy-released-public-comment

http://www.dhs.gov/national-space-weather-strategy

National Space Weather Strategy

The technology and infrastructure that forms the backbone of America’s economic vitality and national security is subject to many risks, and among the most challenging is the risk posed by space weather storms. [ http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/about-space-weather ]

In November 2014, the National Science and Technology Council
[ https://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/ostp/nstc ]
established the Space Weather Operations, Research and Mitigation (SWORM) Task Force, and its charter directed the development of a National Space Weather Strategy, which will articulate high-level strategic goals for enhancing national preparedness to space weather events. Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection Caitlin Durkovich is a co-chair of the SWORM Task Force. [ http://www.dhs.gov/person/caitlin-durkovich ]

Reducing the nation’s vulnerability to space weather is a national priority. The Strategic National Risk Assessment identifies space weather as a hazard with the potential to pose a significant risk to national security.
[ http://www.dhs.gov/strategic-national-risk-assessment-snra ]
As a national risk, space weather warrants a coordinated strategy, and the Whole Community must work together to enhance the resilience of critical infrastructure to the potentially debilitating effects of space weather. [ https://www.fema.gov/whole-community ]

The SWORM Task Force recently released a draft national strategy and is seeking public comment. Everyone has a part to play in mitigating the nation’s risk to space weather, and the Office of Infrastructure Protection encourages stakeholders to review the current draft.
 
Last Published Date: April 29, 2015

http://planetxtownhall.com/index.php?topic=5498.0#lastPost

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« Reply #11 on: March 08, 2016, 02:31:00 AM »
An “update” from Japan’s former Prime Minister:

Former Prime Minister Admits Fukushima Almost Completely Destroyed Japan

http://www.thedailysheeple.com/former-prime-minister-admits-fukushima-almost-completely-destroyed-japan_032016

his Friday, it will officially have been 5 years since the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami disabled Tepco’s nuclear power plant in Fukushima. But despite the passing of 5 years, we still don’t really know much damage this disaster really caused. We don’t know what the long-term effects will be on the environment, or on the people of Japan, and both Tepco and the Japanese government have lied to the world about the gravity of the situation.

And the situation is still much more serious than they’ve been letting on. We know that plant is still leaking radiation, we know the ocean and the area surrounding Fukushima is still radioactive, and we know that the nuclear power plant is a flimsy house of cards that could crumble at any moment.

But as bad as the situation was and still is at the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant, believe it or not, it could have been far worse. In fact, Japan’s former Prime Minister, Naoto Kan, admitted that the country came within a “paper thin margin” of an apocalyptic disaster.

In an interview with The Telegraph to mark the fifth anniversary of the tragedy, Naoto Kan described the panic and disarray at the highest levels of the Japanese government as it fought to control multiple meltdowns at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station.


He said he considered evacuating the capital, Tokyo, along with all other areas within 160 miles of the plant, and declaring martial law. “The future existence of Japan as a whole was at stake,” he said. “Something on that scale, an evacuation of 50 million, it would have been like a losing a huge war.”

Could you imagine? I don’t think an evacuation of 50 million people has ever been attempted before, much less in a country that already has such a high population density. If the worst case scenario had come to pass, it would have been the biggest humanitarian disaster in history, and that’s not counting what the effects would have been outside of Japan. As for what that worst case scenario might have been, Prime Minister Kan explained:

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« Reply #12 on: March 27, 2016, 01:46:56 AM »
MadMax, thanks for posting this info here...

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« Reply #13 on: March 10, 2017, 01:58:38 PM »
Many peoples used to live 'above the mosquito line', i.e. at an altitude where there are none.
Nowadays, mainly because there are too many people around, people live everywhere. Consequently, there are hundreds of millions of folks effected by mallaria

The mosquito line used to be a big deal. Basically it had a lot to do with determining how cities (and empires) were set up. So, just an FYI; if you're hating the mosquitoes at the location you've chosen to make your stand, know that people throughout history and all over the world have shared your annoyance.
Mosquitoes come out at night. You've flies during the day, then usually half an hour of quiet and then the mosquitoes come out. Which means you can be busy all day all around the mountain, just make sure you make it back up to the safe altitude before night falls. After all, and especially in regards to mallaria, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
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« Reply #14 on: March 11, 2017, 01:57:01 PM »
Morning Barb,

 Thank you for inviting me into the forum here LOTS of good stuff/information that I have just started to explore.

One of the things that I have not seen here (yet) is a good discussion of the importance of considering how close a potential survival location is to nuclear power plants and the possible effects of a “grid down” EMP/solar event.

Below is a good article that goes into good detail about this and how the government refuses to spend very little money to fix this potentially catastrophic problem..

Max.

NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS: The Very Real Possibility of A Global Nuclear Catastrophe

http://www.globalresearch.ca/nuclear-power-plants-the-very-real-possibility-of-a-global-nuclear-catastrophe/29951


Hi again, MadMax - thanks for all your work here, research and posts and the great images. :)
Quite a long time ago, a couple times I had posted screen shots of nuclear plants (as part of locations discussions) but it has been a long time. Probably got lost in the many pages.
I  should re- post it and post it again, periodically...
Nuclear Power in the USA(Updated March 2017) Image at bottom of this post.

Also here is a link to an article... for all to see again...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_power_in_the_United_States
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