It’s just not enough to get slammed by an earthquake, have a nuclear meltdown and wash away thousands of souls. This is a picture of a water line which will probably be impacted by scheduled rolling blackouts.
Lines for kerosene.
h/t to TowneCrier. I think… Larger graphic here. The map was not made by the Australian Radiation Services. That being said, it does show the correct jet stream effect. This map is a better map of how the trade winds blow.
The fallout threat here in the USA, from an ‘event’ originating far overseas, like Iran or North Korea or Japan, will be based upon four factors;
– Type and quantity of radioactive isotopes unleashed; nuclear fission bomb(s) and/or nuclear materials facility.
– Resulting plume or mushroom cloud altitude and wind direction and speed.
– Distance and time before arriving at your location.
– Ultimate isotope type and quantity falling out at your specific location.
Reporting partial reactor meltdown. 10 days required to cool down using seawater. 170,000 evacuated.
The evacuation zone around the facilities was doubled in size from 6 miles to 12 miles. More than 170,000 people had been evacuated from the area by early Sunday morning, and evacuations were continuing, the safety agency said.
Don’t worry, TEPCO has issued a press statement to quell all.
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