Sunday, March 12, 2017

Well, lookey thar. That isn't something you see everyday.

And you say, Donald Trump is Commander and Chief, huh? You betcha.

March 12, 2017

Southwest Miami - Dade Florida (WSVN) - A 400-acre brush fire (click here) that broke out at Turkey Point, early Sunday, did not affect the nuclear energy plant, officials said.
Only smoke remained at the scene of the blaze, in the area of Southwest 117th Avenue and 344th Street, Sunday night.
The Florida Forest Service said crews were able to contain the flames that spread over 400 acres, including keeping the fire away from the power plant, which is located on a 3,300-acre site two miles east of Homestead.
That is what they always say, "The 400 acre fire did not effect the nuclear plant."
"This time." I think the NRC (Nuclear Regulatory Commission) needs to pay a visit before we end up with another Three Mile Island or Chernobyl.
Oh, yeah, and the extra feature on this map is the some weather and air quality alerts. I would think air quality might be a concern Turkey Point.
It sort of looks similar to Fukushima than Chernobyl. Hm.
Oh, that reminds me, there is an update on Japanese radioactive hogs.
March 11, 2017
By Lizzie Dearden
Hunters have been called in (click here) to kill radioactive wild boars that have taken over towns evacuated during the Fukushima nuclear disaster before their residents return....
...“After people left, their ecosystem changed,” hunter Shoichi Sakamoto told the BBC.
“They began coming down from the mountains and now they’re not going back.
“They found a place that’s comfortable – there’s plenty of food and no one will come after them. This is their new home now, and this is where they have children.”
He leads a team of 13 hunters assigned to catch and kill the wild boars using air rifles, trapping them in cages by using rice flour as bait.
Are they sure about the safety of the area if the plants are still radioactive? There are children to consider.