ISSUES: ACCIDENTS – 93 PLUS GLOBAL NUCLEAR REACTOR MELTDOWNS, ACCIDENTS, FIRES & MORE


So you think nuclear is the answer! Check out these accidents & meltdowns from 1942 to 2015!
Chalk River, Canada
1962 – 2015 – RTG’s; 9 Deadly Radioactive Plutonium Reactor Containing Satellites Exploded, Melted
And/Or Burned Up On Reentry – Radioactive Heavy Metal Poison Dust Breathed In By Everyone On The Planet, 1 Microgram Is Enough To Kill A Person – 79 Nuclear Reactors Orbiting Earth
 
1942 – Leipzig, Germany, L-IV Atomic Pile Melts Down
 
1940-1943 – Chicago Pile I – First US Nuclear Plant Meltdown? – Nuclear Reactor Buried In Woods, Argonne Labs, Cook County Illinois, Red Gate Woods, Radioactive Waste Secretly Dumped Into 2 MileCreek And Well
 
1952 – Chalk River, Ontario, Canada, NRX Reactor Melted Down
 
1954 – US Borax 1 – 5 Reactors Melted Down And Blown Up, 100% On Purpose
 
1955 – US EBR – Experimental Breeder Reactor Melts Down
 
1957 – UK Sellafield, Cumbria – Windscale Sellafield: Biggest Covered Up UK Nuclear Disaster
 
1957 – Ozyorsk, Russia – Mayak Nuclear Waste Reprocessing Center Disaster And Coverup
 
1958 – Chalk River, Ontario Canada – NRU Chalk River Nuclear Reactor Meltdown
 
1958 – US National Reactor Testing Station, HRTE Nuclear Reactor Assembly Melted Down
 
1958 – Vinca, Yugoslavia – Vinca Nuclear Institute Nuclear Reactor Melt Down
 
1950’s – Santa Susana Sodium Reactor Near Los Angeles California, In Simi Valley; 3-4 Nuclear Plant Reactor Meltdowns Completely Covered Up, 400 Times Worse Than Three Mile Island, Radioactive Poison Plutonium, Cesium, Strontium Released Over LA
 
1960 – US Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania – Westinghouse Waltz Mill Test Reactor Melts Down
 
1961 – SMR – Small Modular Nuclear Reactor Meltdown And Explosion SL-1 – Idaho, United States, Another SMR Melts Down In Lucens Switzerland; MOX Or Thorium Fueled Small Modular Nuclear Reactors Too Dangerous And Emit Toxic Radiation
 
1962 – 2015 – RTG’s; 9 Deadly Radioactive Plutonium Reactor Containing Satellites Exploded, Melted And/Or Burned Up On Reentry – Radioactive Heavy Metal Poison Dust Breathed In By Everyone On The Planet, 1 Microgram Is Enough To Kill A Person – 79 Nuclear Reactors Orbiting Earth
 
1964 – SMR – Small Modular Nuclear Reactor Meltdown And Explosion SL-1 – Idaho, United States, Another SMR Melts Down In Lucens Switzerland; MOX Or Thorium Fueled Small Modular Nuclear Reactors Too Dangerous And Emit Toxic Radiation
 
1965 – USA, Los Alamos; NERVA, Nuclear Reactor Engine for Rocket Vehicle Application Melted Down And Out Onto Desert Floor
 
Nuclear Powered Rocket Programs; Pluto, Peewee, Phoebus, Kiwi, Nerva, Prometheus, Thermal Rockets, Nuclear Propulsion, Many Nuclear Reactors Blown Up In Open Air
 
1964 to 1966 – US, 3 Or More SNAP Nuclear Reactors Melted Down
 
1966 – US, Enrico Fermi Liquid Sodium Cooled Breeder Reactor Melts Down
 
1966 – Soviet Nuclear Reactor Powered Icebreaker Lenin Suffers Nuclear Reactor Meltdown
 
1967 – Scotland, Chapelcross Nuclear Power Plant And Reprocessing Facility Melted Down
 
1969 – Lucens, Switzerland Reactor + 2 Plutonium Fast Breeder Reactors Melted Down In Switzerland
 
1969 – France, Saint-Laurent Nuclear Power Plant Melted Down
 
1971 – Soviet Union Kurchatov Institute – Nuclear Reactor Fuel Rod Assembly Melted Down
 
1977 – Jaslovské Bohunice, Czechoslovakia – A1 Nuclear Power Plant Melted Down
 
1970s – Armenia Metsamor Nuclear Reactor Meltdown Happened In The 1970’s But Was Completely Covered Up; Unconfirmed Report, Whistleblower Not Stepping Forward Due To Fear Of Consequences
 
1979 – US Harrisburg, Pennsylvania -TMI – Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant Meltdown And Radiation Release Coverup Exposed – 1 Billion Curies Released Near Harrisburg Pennsylvania, Map Of TMI Nuke Accident Cancer Epidemic, Top Secret Nuclear Industry Playbook Used After Every Disaster Revealed
 
1980 – 2010? New Mexico – Sandia Labs Melted Down Dozens Of Nuclear Reactors On Purpose, Then Dumped Them In Open Unlined Ditch
 
1980? – McMurdo Station – PM-3A NNPU Small Modular US Navy Nuclear Power Reactor – Nukey Poo, A Failed Atomic Power Plant
 
1980 – France, Saint-Laurent Nuclear Power Plant Melt Down Accident
 
1983 – Buenos Aires, Argentina, Centro Atomico Constituyentes Nuclear Reactor Melt Down
 
1983 – Buenos Aires Argentina – RA – 2 MTR Reactor Assembly Melted Down
 
1985 – US – LOFT Nuclear Reactor Melted Down On Purpose
 
1986 – Pripiat, Ukraine, Russia – Chernobyl Coverup Of Multiple Explosions, Denial Of 1.5 Million Heavy Metal Radioactive Poison Casualties; Russian Academy Of Sciences, UN, PSR, IPPNW Plus Forced Suicide Fuel Rod Cleanup, Nuclear Controversies Movie
 
1964 – 1999 Soviet Russia Experienced 13 Nuclear Reactor Meltdowns (Not Just Chernobyl)
 
1986 – Hamm-Uentrop, Germany – THTR 300 Experimental Reactor Meltdown, Radiation Released
 
1988 – Ontario, Canada – Pickering I Nuclear Reactor Melted Down
 
1989 – Lubmin, Germany, Greifswald Unit 5 (KGR-5) Nuclear Power Plant Melted Down
 
2011 – Fukushima, Japan 3+ Reactors Melted Down/Out, Japan Suffered 3 Mega Disasters, Now Suffering From 4th Mega Nuclear Disaster, USA Will Be Next
 
2011 – Fukushima Spent Fuel Equipment Pool #4 Contained A Full Load of MOX Plutonium Fuel; It Melted Down, Exploded, Burned and Melted Out
https://www.agreenroadjournal.com/2013/10/fukushima-spent-fuel-pool-4-contained.html

2011 – Fukushima; Reactors And/Or Spent Fuel Pools, Equipment Pools (SFP’s) In Buildings #5 And #6 Melted Down – Total of 7 Melt Down’s, Melt Outs, Criticality Steam Explosions; TEPCO Admits It Lied, Covered Up
 
Many more nuclear reactor melt downs listed here
 
 
And there is more!!
CORNELL RESEARCHER HAS FOUND AND DOCUMENTED 174 MAJOR NUCLEAR ACCIDENTS SINCE 1946
Time Is Short April 8, 2016  A giant list of nuclear accidents since 1946. Horrific.
 
‘Of Disasters and Dragon Kings: A Statistical Analysis of Nuclear Power Incidents and Accidents’
 
“A report by Cornell University researchers Spencer Wheatley, Benjamin Sovacool, Didier Sornette entitled Of Disasters and Dragon Kings: A Statistical Analysis of Nuclear Power Incidents and Accidents has a database of 174 major atomic accidents worldwide since 1946 – each with over $1 million in damages and at least one death.
 
“In fact, the damage of the largest event (Fukushima; March, 2011) is equal to 60 percent of the total damage of all 174 accidents in our database since 1946. In dollar losses we compute a 50% chance that (i) a Fukushima event (or larger) occurs in the next 50 years, (ii) a Chernobyl event (or larger) occurs in the next 27 years and (iii) a TMI event (or larger) occurs in the next 10 years.”

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