- Two-mile-wide tornado slams Oklahoma City area (CNN, May 20, 2013):
Shawnee, Oklahoma (CNN) — A powerful tornado blasted an area outside of Oklahoma City on Monday, ripping roofs off buildings, leveling homes and leaving a massive band of destruction in its wake.
In the desperate seconds and minutes after the storm passed, the human toll was not yet clear.
Survivors emerged from shelters to see an apocalyptic vision — the remnants of cars twisted and piled on each other to make what had been a parking lot look like a junk yard. Bright orange flames roaring from a structure that was blazing even as rain continued to fall.
Links on what will happen if reactor No.4 SFP collapses are down below.
From the article:
“Tepco completed installing a temporary cover at the No. 1 reactor building to prevent the diffusion of radioactive substances by the end of October. The cover is designed to withstand winds of 25 meters per second (56 miles per hour), Matsumoto said.”
What can you say?
- Fukushima Plant Faces Typhoon Summer With Added Tornado Threat (Bloomberg, June 22, 2012):
Tokyo Electric Power Co. (9501)’s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant faces its second typhoon season since the March 11 disaster last year, raising the risk of further radiation leaks if storms thrash exposed pools of uranium fuel rods or tanks holding contaminated water.
Typhoon Guchol hit Japan this week and moved up the main island of Honshu, prompting warnings of floods and landslides from the Japan Meteorological Agency. The Fukushima Dai-Ichi plant wasn’t damaged by the storm, which passed north of the crippled nuclear station, Tokyo Electric spokesman Taichi Okazaki said by telephone on June 21.
Typhoons rake through Japan’s islands most summers. The difference this year is Guchol arrived just a month after one of the most powerful tornadoes ever recorded in the nation hit Tsukuba, about 170 kilometers (106 miles) southwest of the Fukushima Dai-Ichi facility. The tornado, one of four to make landfall on May 6, ripped through an area 17 kilometers long and 500 meters wide, the weather agency said in a May 16 report.
The twisters killed a teenage boy, injured 50, wrecked nearly 300 houses and raised concern among scientists about tornado risk at the Fukushima plant, where explosions last year blew roofs off pools holding spent uranium fuel rods.
“Uranium spent fuel pools of No. 3 and No. 4 reactors are currently naked,” Kazuhiko Kudo, a research professor of nuclear engineering at Kyushu University, said on June 5. “A tornado with winds of 100 meters per second like the one that hit Tsukuba could suck up the pool water,” exposing the fuel rods. He raised the concern during a meeting assessing safety measures at the crippled plant in May, he said.
As dismantling and decommissioning the reactors will take decades, Tepco should review the plant’s safety measures against not only aftershocks and tsunamis but also tornadoes and huge typhoons, even if the possibility of extreme phenomena are very low, said Kudo, one of 12 members of the advisory panel to the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency, or NISA.
- This Has Been The Worst Year For Natural Disasters In U.S. History (Economic Collapse, Sep. 9, 2011):
There has been a natural disaster that has caused at least a billion dollars of damage inside the United States every single month so far this year. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, there have been 10 major disasters in the United States this year. On average, usually there are only about 3 major disasters a year. At this point, disasters are happening inside the United States so frequently that there seems to be no gap between them. We just seem to go from one major disaster to the next. Last year, FEMA declared an all-time record of 81 disasters inside the United States. This year, we are on pace for well over 100. We just got done dealing with Hurricane Irene, and now we are dealing with historic wildfires in Texas and unprecedented flooding up in the northeast part of the country. This has been the worst year for natural disasters in U.S. history, and we still have nearly four months left to go. Hopefully after everything that has happened this year it has become abundantly clear to all of us why we need to prepare for emergencies. The world is becoming an increasingly unstable place, and you never know what is going to happen next.
As of 110am CST a possible tornado listed on titan storm tracking via intellicast.com. heading towards New York City , NY .
Expect severe weather up to and including tornadoes in the following areas due to HAARP Ring activity over each named town:
Des Moines Iowa
North Indiana along the Michigan Border as far west as Chicago as far east as Lorain Ohio / Cleveland Ohio.
Also watch Grand Rapids , Grayling, Mio, Michigan— although the state of Michigan may just be the accellerator moving the storms along their track…. we shall see about michigan getting severe.. i don’t quite know yet on this… since it seems the whole state is covered by two of the rings…
The rest of the named areas can also be seen by pausing this video and making note of the area, and then compare 2 days later to see what was hit.
The red triangle on the map shows the tornado in Iowa.. also the blue shows Hail, the Yellow markers show damaging winds and hail, and the green markers indicate “strong cell” thunderstorms.
also, here is the HAARP ring forecast I made from about 24 hours ago… calling specifically for Omaha to Davenport to get severe up to tornados…
Heading towards downtown Des Moines Iowa …see it now.. here is intellicast..
- FIFTY tornadoes in just 10 hours: At least 15 die as new wave of twisters slams into Midwest… but how much more can America take? (Daily Mail, 8:20 PM on 25th May, 2011):
- 15 people killed in three states – at least another 60 injured
- 151mph winds recorded – and more severe weather expected
- Tornado warning for Kansas City as more touch down on Wednesday
- Rescue workers search for missing, including three-year-old boy
- Dead include 64-year-old woman driving to escape tornado
- Pope Benedict XVI says he is praying for U.S. tornado victims
- Around 500 people have now died in the U.S. from tornadoes this season
- Oklahoma governor declares a state of emergency in 68 of 77 counties
5/25/2011 — Springfield Illinois — intense HAARP ring and Ghost storm
seen on intellicast RADAR now… A very intense large HAARP ring return, with “ghost storm” to accompany it.
This means severe weather in 24-48 at the center of the Ring.. which is Springfield Illinois.
5/25/2011 — expect another very busy weather day = entire midwest under severe threat
Just a heads up .. in case you somehow missed it all yesterday .. today will be a bit more of the same.. severe across the board most likely.
My forecast from earlier today covers several areas, and names the specific towns that may have a threat watch associated with them due to the HAARP Ring activity.
Hundreds of people died yesterday. These storms are as severe as they can get.. F5 tornadoes, softball sized “spiked mace” type hail, torrential rain, flash flooding, and heavy lighting activity.
Beware today if you live in the midwest, if you hear a tornado siren, PLEASE do not dismiss it !! Take warning and move to the proper interior location.
much love to one another, and stay safe in you are in the area from Texas north to North Dakota, west to Colorado, and east to New York State.. bascially 2/3 of the country.
5/25/2011 — St. Louis, Memphis, Little Rock Paducah, Chicago, Shreveport = 24 – 48 severe
Several “HAARP Rings” VLF UHF appeared over St. Louis, Missouri – Memphis, Tennessee – Little Rock, Arkansas – Chicago Illinois / North Indiana – Shreveport and Baton Rouge Louisiana.
All areas may expect to get severe weather up to and including tornadoes in the next 24-48 hours based upon the “appearing” of the “HAARP Rings” with the epicenter of each ring being the aforementioned cities.
More information will be updated as more rings appear throughout the night tonight and into tomorrow.
5/24/2011 — Dozens of tornadoes develop = Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, North Carolina, Virginia
5/24/2011 — Tornadoes in Oklahoma City, Kansas, forming near North Carolina, and Virginia
5/24/2011 — Severe storms heading to St. Louis, Des Moines, Topeka, KC, and OKC
Each area from two days ago HAARP ring outbreak and Scalar Square activity.. is going to get hit today with severe weather up to and including tornadoes.
Areas to be hit today are:
Saint Louis, Missouri
Kansas City, Missouri
Des Moines, Iowa
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
This list WILL expand to cover more of the cities forecasted by the HAARP ring forecasters over the past few days.
for the past 24 hours I hit the road and last night was NOT able to upload.
So if you are curious about the HAARP ring activity that led up to TODAY’s severe outbreak.. search youtube for “haarp ring” over the past 24 hours.
Several of the other haarp ring forecasters have been on top of this..
and SOO many more.. these are just off the top of my head!
Joplin Missouri was hit last night with a tornado that killed possibly over 100 people.
ALERT! now another storm, possibly a tornado is coming DIRECTLY towards Joplin again!! 635am CST 5/23/2011 … all the media is there covering last nights storm.. stay tuned!!!!