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Tag Archives: Missouri River flooding
Never let a crisis go to waste – especially if demographics for the next election can be manipulated. The following pictures from Hurricane Irene depict the extensive flooding from this storm.
A flood warning has been issued by the government that will impact the Cooper Nuclear Station. As shown below in the alert, at 9:15 AM on July 6th, the water level was 41.1 feet. Cooper Nuclear Power Station begins flooding preparations at … Continue reading
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
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
The US Army Corps of Engineers provides detailed information concerning dams in the Missouri River basin. The graphics presented in this article are all documented back to their sources. The consequences of the Fort Peck dam in Montana failing … Continue reading
Click here for new information and pictures. FEMA is announcing “A mandatory evacuation has been ordered for all residents in the original evacuation zones” for the City of Minot, ND. The Army Corp of Engineers has ordered the dam at … Continue reading
The following video below shows the impact of the Missouri River flooding at the Ft. Calhoun nuclear facility, the Omaha Indian Casino and the farmland which will not be producing crops for two years. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIOPkJ_F0Jo
The Missouri River flooding has claimed another nuclear power plant. The Cooper Nuclear Station outside of Brownsville, NE has issued a “Notification of Unusual Event” on June 19th, 2011. As outlined below, this plant is still online until the water … Continue reading
It appears that articles outlining information on the Ft. Calhoun nuclear plant has aroused the rumor mongers in Russia. Although it is more than curious that few news outlets are covering this story, the following report is a reach even … Continue reading
The following two satellite images show the level of flooding on the Missouri River as of June 15, 2011 compared to June 17, 2010. Whether the Army Corps of Engineers made a conscience decision to withhold the release of water … Continue reading
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
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