Two Florida Nuke Plants in Path of Irma are STILL in Operation

A power plant’s reactor core has a thermal half life of something like 30 days after shutdown, reflecting the decay rate of the shorter lived isotopes.  If these plants incorporate the ingenious design of fukushima, their cooling pumps require access to the external electrical grid to continue functioning and prevent meltdown.

Seriously.   If that’s the case then it’s just more evidence that the world is controlled by satanists.

Hurricane Irma is more powerful than all of the other major Atlantic storms this year combined, and it has an eye as large as the entire Detroit metro area. It is being reported that “upwards of 90%” of Barbuda has already been destroyed by the storm, and it is being projected that some areas of Puerto Rico could be without power “for between four and six months”. You may want to view these photos and these videos to get a better idea of the immense destructiveness of this very powerful storm. The latest forecasts have Hurricane Irma making landfall in Florida, but so far the two nuclear power plants in Florida that would be directly in the path of the storm have not even started the process of shutting down

Irma first made landfall in Barbuda — an island with a population of about 1,600 — around 1:47 a.m. ET Wednesday. Local weather stations there captured wind gusts of 155 mph before going silent, indicating the instruments had been blown away. Irma’s sustained winds have been reported at 185 mph, with gusts above 215 mph.

When you have winds that high, there is little that you can do to prepare. According to one top official, “upwards of 90%” of Barbuda has already been destroyed…

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