Uploaded by MaryGreeley on 21 Jun 2011
Local flooding with more rain on the way.
Shocking up date from RT news about rubber walls but we all know water can come up from under the ground.
After the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe in Japan – a lot of people wondered out loud just what the hell the Japanese were doing building nuclear power plants along the coast of an area prone to earthquakes and tsunamis. It’s as though they were just asking for this to happen – who could have been so stupid?? Surely – here in the United States we’re a lot more careful with where we build OUR nuclear plants right?? Well…no. The Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant just outside Omaha, Nebraska is completely surrounded by water. But I suppose that’s what happens when you build a nuclear plant right in the middle of the flood plain of the Missouri River. Flood waters from the rising Missouri River have settled at a foot and a half ABOVE where the plant sits – and the only thing stopping Fort Calhoun from flooding just like Fukushima flooded is a six-foot high rubber wall surrounding the plant. But that’s not the only nuclear power plant in danger. Just down the river in southeast Nebraska – the Cooper Nuclear Plant – is also on the verge of flooding out