January 31, 2012″ Chicago, IL – Sonic Booms, Nuclear Event and Earthquake is Fukushima Theory
A great Central U.S. Shakeout Drill scheduled for February 7 and Scientists Monitor for Precursors to Major Earthquake on US-Mexico Pacific Coast
Right about now, you’ve got to have your suspicions raised …. First a Nuclear event — loss of power … venting all day/night (1/30/2012) … THEN a series of reports of some kind of “sonic boom” last night (1/30/2012)…. Then early this AM… an earthquake in the same area…
“Unit 2 at Byron Generating Station, about 95 miles northwest of Chicago, shut down at 10:18 a.m., after losing power, Exelon officials said. Diesel generators began supplying power to the plant, and operators began releasing steam to cool the reactor from the part of the plant where turbines are producing electricity, not from within the nuclear reactor itself, officials said” Read full article
“Byron, III. – A nuclear power plant in Byron, III., lost power and shut down on Monday afternoon in an incident officials called “an unusual event,” the lowest of four emergency levels.
The reactor was still offline Tuesday morning as repairs begin on a switch that failed, an Exelon official said.
Officials said small amounts of radiation called tritium were in the steam that was released to help cool the plant, which is northwest of Chicago. Tritium is a radioactive variation of hydrogen. Exelon said the levels were low and not a danger to the community.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s “incident response center” in Lisle was activated immediately after that agency learned the transformer in the electrical switching yard at Byron began smoking during the emergency shutdown of reactor two. Investigators found no fire. They believe the switchyard issue may have caused the power loss.” Read full article
Southern California Edison, operator of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station near Camp Pendleton, announced Tuesday night it has begun a precautionary shutdown of Unit 3 because sensors detected a possible leak in one of the unit’s steam generator tubes.
“The potential leak poses no imminent danger to the public or plant workers. There has been no release to the atmosphere,” according to an SCE statement.
San Onofre personnel will evaluate the cause of the leak and the steps required to repair it and resume operations, according to a spokesman for the Rosemead-based utility.
Unit 2 is currently offline for a planned maintenance, refueling and technology upgrade outage. SCE has ample reserve power to meet customer needs while Unit 3 is offline, according to the spokesman.” Read full article
Several days ago: People in Lenoir County reported hearing a loud noise.
Arto Lauri — the scientist who first spoke on the frequency manipulation of radioactive particles in the air… stripping electrons .. sending that energy via earths magnetism down into the earth… thus causing earthquakes and underground movement. Also, the impacting of the methane layer — From Fukushima specifically — spreading around the world at SEVERAL nuclear reactor sites.
A great Central U.S. Shakeout Drill scheduled for February 7, 2012
“Drop, Cover and Hold On”
The Great Central U.S. ShakeOut will take place Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 10:15 a.m. So far more than 1.7 million participants from the region have agreed to take part in the drill in some form. This time of year marks the 200th anniversary of the New Madrid earthquakes that occurred between December 1811 and February 1812. The epicenters of those quakes were in southeastern Missouri and northeastern Arkansas. Read full article at TheWatchers
Scientists Monitor for Precursors to Major Earthquake on US-Mexico Pacific Coast
January 25, 2011: Amidst an apparently renewed pattern of quake activity on the Pacific Rim of Fire, a number of scientists are watching with concern for potential precursors that indicate a threat of a ‘mega-quake’ in the Mexico-United States Pacific border area, in the time frame of the next 7 to 10 days. The LPAC Basement science team is closely investigating this situation.
The Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth (IPE) in Moscow, issued a report over this past weekend, that warns that the 6.2-magnitude earthquake that struck the Chiapas region of Mexico Saturday (centered southwest off the coast, Jan. 21, 41 miles deep), is a “potential precursor” to a mega-quake of at least 7.5 to 8.3 magnitude, that could hit soon in the Mexico-U.S. Pacific border zone.
The IPE report states that their conclusions have been confirmed by their using the latest information obtained from the Moderate-Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) satellite operated by NASA and available for viewing.
It is noted that heating of the atmosphere — extreme heating, or rapid heating — above earthquake zones is now believed to be an accurate predictor of major earthquake activity as was documented prior to the Great Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011. Before the March 11 quake struck, the total electron content in a part of the upper atmosphere, called the ionosphere, increased dramatically over the earthquake’s epicenter, reaching a maximum three days before the quake struck … read full article Here