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TEOMCROTE = TEOTWAWKI on steroids! The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth takes into account that our ancestors were neither suicidal, stupid, nor our genetic inferiors but still wound up getting wiped off the Earth. Whereas CSER [cser.org: Centre for Study of Existential Risk] tries to PREVENT this dispensation from coming to an end, TEOMCROTE works from the eventuality/possibility/probability that the end our age takes place and what to do then

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As the above illustrates, the only real zone free from nuclear power plants is dead on the equator.
The Earth spins around and the pollution in Japan ends up in the USA. To a lesser degree it also ends up in Europe; or is it (to a lesser degree)?

The Canaries are relatively far from nuclear power plants; the closest by are in Cuba/Dominica, then there are those in India and Asia, the African continent and some oceans in the way.

The Hawaiian islands are a bit further south but not much.

Papua remains mankind's best/safest best. Mankind's oldest cultures stem from that area! Is it simply because they were the only people who could survive that kind of destruction as well?
There are many advantages to living on the equator; the winds blow away any soot that might accumulate in the air from volcanic eruptions, the rains supply nuturing and cleansing water; the sunlight shines through any atmospheric pollution more and quicker than at other lattitudes.


Years ago i researched Papua a bit; there are some nice islands to the north-east thereof; actually, they speak German on some of them. For anyone with enough money to make it and prepare all the way over there [at least, that's what it means for people in Europe and the Americas], it is the best option in the world. Maybe it always was.

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I'm really no expert, but I remember reading a lot in the past on how newer Nuclear Power Plants don't pose the risk of meltdown and radioactive contamination because they have certain fail-safes that prevent those sort of things from happening in catastrophes. Circumstances such as that in Chernobyl and/or 3-mile Island in the past would never happen (or so they say).

Supposedly the plant in Japan was an older one that didn't have the fail-safes that the majority of more advanced newer plants around the world have. In other words, not all Nuclear Plants are created equal and they don't all pose the same risks. Anyone feel free to correct me if you know more, because I haven't really been researching this lately, but am going on old information I remember reading from long ago. Maybe what I read before was all BS anyway....who knows; but I believed it at the time.

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CME and nuclear power plants


One of the most interesting things about Fukushima was how safety precautions failed to suffice after MASSIVE destruction (i.e. tsunami). That leads to considerations about what would happen if, for instance, all electrical power grids would crash simultaneously. What if even backup power wouldn't work? The following YouTube activity suggests a number of things in relation to these matters:

- YouTuber MrCometWatch warned that a X2 class CME would hit Earth on 30th of Jan. 2012.
- YouTuber Dutchsinse blogs about a problem in a nuclear powerplant near Chicago on the 30th, he also posts a vid on the matter.
- (foreseeing problems with the coming X2 class CME) one day earlier MrCometWatch
posted a vid on the relation between X class flares and power outages in the past.
- it turns out, as ABC news reports on the Byron Nuclear Station, that the problem with the nuclear powerplant is caused by an electrical malfunction. No, they mention, there was no fire...

Just like authorities are still running to assure everyone that Fukushima is all fine-n-dandy, authorities now assure us that the Byron issue isn't one. Radiation levels all acceptable. That is, by standards that the authorities have established as safe [readings done by other authorities that we're also to put our faith (and safety for our lives!) in].


What if there comes a CME, like that one that set telegraph wires on fire 150 years ago, that not only disrupts nuclear powerplants (however debatable the significance thereof is) but also manages to knock out their backup systems? Electrical systems charge pumps and all kinds of workings of a nuclear powerplant. All it (apparently) takes to get another Tjernobyl or Fukushima is another general electrical failure. Just like what some nice X class CME directed exactly at Earth might accomplish.

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Fukushima


Fukushima reactor No. 4 vulnerable to catastrophic collapse; could unleash 85 times Cesium-137 radiation of Chernobyl; human civilization on the brink

Fukushima haunts the world
Mark Sircus is head of the International Medical Veritas Association and author of various books on health and healing. He is a modern health guru, one i've learned from for years, and someone to take seriously.
Here he talks about the nuclear threat mankind faces at the moment and for the next years. Everyone would be wise to take his warnings seriously.

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nuclear threat response


WHAT TO DO IF A NUCLEAR DISASTER IS IMMINENT!
This guide is for families preparing for imminent terrorist or strategic nuclear attacks
with expected blast destruction followed by widespread radioactive fallout downwind.
follow link to the detailed instructions

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HURRICANE SANDY EXPECTED TO HIT OVER 25 NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS
Millions of Americans are preparing to lose electricity as Hurricane Sandy speeds up the East Coast, but downed power lines might be the least of their worries: the projected path of the storm has Sandy hitting as many as 26 nuclear plants.
More than two dozen nuclear facilities up and down the East Coast could be ravaged by a storm expe
cted to be of epic proportions this week. Arnie Gundersen, the chief engineer of energy consulting company Fairewinds Associates, warns in a recent podcast that even if engineers at plants from North Carolina to New England say their plants have been shut down and are safe from disaster, it may already be too late.
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