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Flight Restrictions Over Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant and Cooper Nuclear Station Are Still In Place

  The Federal Aviation Administration issued a temporary flight restriction over the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant until further notice due to “Hazards” on June 6, 2011. On June 7, 2011, the FAA issued the same restriction over the Cooper … Continue reading

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Dr. Kaku on Fort Calhoun and Los Alamos

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Dr. Kaku’s comments in the video below concerning Los Alamos and Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant are important for two reasons: He explains the unfolding events in terms the public can understand. He also explains that these are worse case but … Continue reading

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10 Mile Mandatory Evacuation Area at the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant

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A ten mile mandatory evacuation area for the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant is now in effect. As stated in the video below, it is a “prudent approach” for fast developing events leading to radiation releases. Since the plant is currently … Continue reading

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An Interesting Turn of Events for Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant and Cooper Nuclear Station

The Army Corps of Engineers (COE) spokesman Erik Blechinger made the following statement concerning the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant and the Cooper Nuclear Station: “Nebraska’s two nuclear plants aren’t being factored into the Army Corps of Engineers schedule of dam … Continue reading

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Significant Flooding Will Be Occurring at Fort Calhoun, NE

The following weather alert has increased the forecast flooding from moderate to major severity at Fort Calhoun, NE. More rain is expected over the next week and dams upstream are already at capacity. David DeGerolamo FLOOD STATEMENT – NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE … Continue reading

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Who Is Really at Fault at Fort Calhoun?

The Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Station shown above is currently shut down for refueling. Makeshift levees and a broken water berm have now led to water leaking into the plant. Since the Nuclear Regulatory Commission had cited this plant in June, 2010 … Continue reading

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Aqua Berm at Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant Collapses

The 2000 foot long aqua berm holding back the Missouri River flood waters at the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant collapsed at 1:30 AM on June 26th. The berm (portion shown above at Ft. Calhoun) is a water filled liner. Power … Continue reading

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Fort Calhoun’s Levees Need to Be Upgraded

Officials hope temporary levee will save Iowa town The Fort Calhoun nuclear power station in Fort Calhoun, Neb., currently shut down for refueling, is surrounded by flood waters from the Missouri River, Tuesday, June 14, 2011. On Tuesday, the releases … Continue reading

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No Fly Zone Over Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant Due to “Hazards”

  Update June 20th: Cooper Nuclear Station Issues “Notification of Unusual Event” and Is Under a No Fly Zone Click here for more information. Why is Minot, ND Under a No Fly Zone for Hazards? June 22nd Update The Federal … Continue reading

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Sand Bags and Nuclear Power Plants Don’t Mix

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The levee breach today near Hamburg, Iowa is only the beginning of the story. What do you need to know concerning the flooding of the Missouri River? The Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant sustained a fire last week and is now … Continue reading

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