Arkansas' Nuclear One Reactor To Be the Next Fukushima?
From Ken Adachi, Editor
June 3, 2011
Arkansas' Nuclear One Reactor To Be the Next Fukushima? (June 3, 2011)
I was given some information yesterday that indicated the possibility that an artifically engineered earthquake/damaged nuclear reactor scenario, similar to the sabotage that was orchestrated in Fukushima Japan, may emerge this weekend (June 4-5, 2011) in Russellville, Arkansas, an area with a two unit, nuclear energy facility called Nuclear One.
I was talking with Don Nicoloff earlier this afternoon about this possibility and Don got a definitive psychic impression that confirmed the information and the source who provived it as credible, so I felt it would be better to post this warning. Don and Tim Hicks both independently mentioned to me that the numerology of Sunday, June 5, is equal to 6 + 5 = 11 , and with the year equates to "11-11" and we all know how much the satanic crowd do so admire the number "11" and its multiples (22) and doublings (11-11). Remember that JFK was taken out on November 22 or 11-22 or the WTC = September 11 = 9/11 = 9 +1 +1 = 11; you get the idea.
Naturally, the reason for posting this is to alert our friends in the domestic sabotage business that we are on to their plans and following through would confirm --for all the world to see-- that these operations are acts of covert sabotage. The Bad People will usually cancel if you post a public warning with the correct date and location.
Here's more info about Nuclear One in Russellville, Arkansas
Arkansas Nuclear One
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Arkansas Nuclear One
Arkansas Nuclear One, February 2010.
Arkansas Nuclear One is located in Arkansas
Location of Arkansas Nuclear One
Country United States
Locale Russellville, Arkansas
Coordinates 35°18′37″N 93°13′53″WCoordinates: 35°18′37″N 93°13′53″W
Construction began 1969
Commission date Unit 1: May 21, 1974
Unit 2: Sept. 1, 1978
Licence expiration Unit 1: May 20, 2034
Unit 2: July 18, 2038
Construction cost $901,500,000
Reactors operational 1824 MW
Reactor type(s) Pressurized water reactor
Reactor supplier(s) Unit 1: Babcock and Wilcox
Unit 2: Combustion Eng.
Power station information
Generation units Unit 1: Westinghouse
Unit 2: General Electric
Power generation information
Installed capacity Unit 1: 846 MW
Unit 2: 930
Annual generation 15,978 GW·h
As of 2008-11-24
Arkansas Nuclear One (ANO) is a two-unit pressurized water reactor nuclear power plant located on Lake Dardanelle in Russellville, Arkansas; it is the only nuclear power plant in Arkansas.
Unit One has a generating capacity of 846 MW of electricity, and came online on May 21, 1974. It is licensed to operate through May 20, 2034. Its nuclear reactor was supplied by Babcock and Wilcox.
Unit Two has a generating capacity of 930 MW of electricity, and came online on September 1, 1978. It is licensed to operate through July 18, 2038. Its nuclear reactor was supplied by Combustion Engineering. Unit two is the only one that uses the cooling tower; Unit One releases heat back into Lake Dardanelle.
 Surrounding population
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission defines two emergency planning zones around nuclear power plants: a plume exposure pathway zone with a radius of 10 miles (16 km), concerned primarily with exposure to, and inhalation of, airborne radioactive contamination, and an ingestion pathway zone of about 50 miles (80 km), concerned primarily with ingestion of food and liquid contaminated by radioactivity.
The 2010 U.S. population within 10 miles (16 km) of Arkansas Nuclear was 44,139, an increase of 17.2 percent in a decade, according to an analysis of U.S. Census data for msnbc.com. The 2010 U.S. population within 50 miles (80 km) was 308,219, an increase of 13.3 percent since 2000. Cities within 50 miles include Russellville (6 miles to city center).
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