Nuclear Sites in US, Europe and Japan

I came across this site today as I was wondering about.

They apparently monitor radiation levels which can be read on line and are apparently updated every minute or so.

What Amazed me is how many Nuclear sites there are.

The numbers are staggeringly high.

There sure are a lot of  potential accidents waiting to happen.

Here are the three maps

Click on them and they will go into to new window.

If you press Ctrl and the plus (+) sign at the right of your computer it should enlarge the maps so you can get a close up. Or under VIEW at the very top of your screen there may be a ZOOM.

Nuclear Site    

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I can say are those maps are pretty scary. That is a lot of radioactive material on the planet and that is not all of the nuclear sites world wide.

They really need to find safer ways to create electricity.

One has to wonder how many of those sites like Japans could be damaged by earthquakes or tidal waves etc etc.

What is so foolish is they an you know who I am talking about, tell Iran they can’t have one of those sites.  What hypocrites they all are.

One has to wonder who inspects all those sites on those maps if anyone?

How safe are they? Well they are all as safe as the ones in Japan, Chornobyl or Three Mile Island that’s how safe they all are.

List of civilian nuclear accidents

List of military nuclear accidents

And of Course Deaths due to Radiation from Wars

The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster: High Radiation Levels In America! Oklahoma City

It’s no wonder there is so much cancer etc around the world.

Don’t forget all the bomb testing that has taken place in the past all that radiation is still hanging around as well after all radiation doesn’t go aways for a million years or so.

Gee now don’t you feel so much better now? Don’t you feel oh so safe when they tell you all is well and you are safe?

Fukushima, Japan China Syndrome or Chernobyl

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Published in: on August 12, 2011 at 9:27 pm  Comments Off on Nuclear Sites in US, Europe and Japan  
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