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Tags: A320 crash, crash in French Alps, flight 9525, germanwings, Jim Stone, remote control flight
Categories : Giant Marlin
From Before It’s News
by Jim Stone –
Who was on the plane?
[snip] - ” . . . . this is the only scenario they have other than a remote controlled crash that can possibly fit what happened – an autopilot disabling followed by a perfectly controlled power descent straignt into a mountain. Either they explain it this way, or the are FORCED TO ADMIT THIS WAS A REMOTE CONTROL WHACK JOB. FAT CHANCE THEY EVER WILL
If they try to back peddle from the “pilot crashed it on purpose” angle and just say the pilot passed out, that is a fail because autopilot was in control and even in the extremely likely event it was not in control, absent a pilot a plane will keep flying straight and level until it runs out of fuel. It will not go into a dive by itself.
The biggest problem they can never overcome is the fighter jets that followed it until it hit the mountain, and then, rather than assess the situation, they bugged out. THAT SAYS IT ALL, they cannot back track from that cold hard fact.”
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Tags: Arctic Methane Emergency
Categories : 7 seas
Arctic Methane Emergency: Methane released by the Gigaton!
10 x the methane known on Earth today being released!
LINK – http://youtu.be/8F9ed5E54s4
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Tags: Approved Spent Fuel Storage Casks, boiling water reactor fuel, criminal NRC, HI-STORM 100 Cask System, NRC Amendment No. 8 Revision No. 1, NRC Federal Register
Categories : outrage
Mar. 9 deadline to stop NRC from implementing “their” spent fuel plan over safer methods.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
The direct final rule is effective April 21, 2015, unless significant adverse comments are received by March 9, 2015. If the direct final rule is withdrawn as a result of such comments, timely notice of the withdrawal will be published in the Federal Register. Comments received after this date will be considered if it is practical to do so, but the NRC staff is able to ensure consideration only for comments received on or before this date. Comments received on this direct final rule will also be considered to be comments on a companion proposed rule published in the Proposed Rules section of this issue of the Federal Register.
“Amendment No. 8, Revision No. 1, changes burnup/cooling time limits for thimble plug devices; changes Metamic-HT material testing requirements; changes Metamic-HT material minimum guaranteed values; and updates fuel definitions to allow boiling water reactor fuel affected by certain corrosion mechanisms with specific guidelines to be classified as undamaged fuel.”
Please, please pass this on!
More detail on why this is rotten – Mining Awareness blog – Holtec Broken Nuclear Fuel Rods in Dry Casks Comment Deadline Monday 11.59 pm EDT (DC); Tues. 3.59 am UTC