The Record for May 29

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1:22 a.m. Steamboat Springs Police Department officers found a dog loose at Walton Creek and Whistler road and took it to the shelter.

2:01 a.m. Officers contacted a person at Fourth Street and Lincoln Avenue and gave a ticket for public urination.

2:12 a.m. Officers contacted an intoxicated person in the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue.

2:34 a.m. Officers investigated a suspicious car in the 2100 block of Curve Plaza and found someone sleeping inside.

2:58 a.m. Officers contacted an intoxicated person at Fifth Street and Lincoln Avenue and took the person to detox.

6:16 a.m. Officers checked on the welfare of a person in the 400 block of Tamarack Drive.

8:41 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a found wallet in the 1100 block of Lincoln Avenue. The wallet was returned to its owner.

10:29 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a missing elderly person in the 500 block of Rollingstone Drive. The person was found on a bus.

10:44 a.m. Officers helped Colorado Division of Wildlife officers with a bear cub that was stranded on an island in the Yampa River near the first block of Anglers Drive. Officers helped reunite the cub with its mother.

11:28 a.m. Officers were called to a report of a wallet found at U.S. Highway 40 and Mount Werner Road. The wallet was returned to its owner.

1:07 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a broken window in the 2000 block of Snow Bowl Plaza.

1:54 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a possible missing young adult in the 200 block of Willett Heights Trail. The person was found.

2:23 p.m. Officers helped Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue emergency responders with a man who was experiencing stomach pain in the 900 block of Pine Grove Circle.

3:45 p.m. Officers helped emergency responders with an intoxicated woman in the 400 block of Tamarack Drive. She was taken to the hospital and then to detox.

6:35 p.m. Officers were called to a report of rocks on the road in the 3600 block of Lincoln Avenue.

8:22 p.m. Officers were called to a report of a bear in the first block of Anglers Drive. The bear was gone when officers arrived.

9:34 p.m. Officers helped emergency responders with someone on Conifer Circle.

10:45 p.m. Officers were called to a report of loud noise at a bar in the first block of Seventh Street. Officers asked people at the bar to close the door.

11:52 p.m. Officers stopped a car at Lincoln Avenue and Dream Island Plaza and arrested a 38-year-old Steamboat man on suspicion of driving under the influence.

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StopTheBrutalChemtrails 3 years, 2 months ago

United States 5/21/2011 8:27 AM

CAN YOU BUST THIS? FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR!

There are only 35 days or less until the fuel sustains a full-scale fission criticality. The boron, (which stops nuclear fission from occurring) will have exceeded its lifespan by this time…
Tepco had already made a request as of march to evacuate the reactors. Though they are being forced to see it until the end by the Japanese government. God bless their souls. As it surely is a death mission.

The first death was reported on Friday. Meaning, that the situation is already well beyond cataclysmic. In all reality, the worlds biggest dirty bomb will be released in no more than 35 days…

Tepco will likely evacuate the site between the dates: June 16th – June 28th… “This is because boron is limited and can no longer sustain its self within the current settings”.

Meaning: the fuel will release amounts of neutrons in such excess that the boron “in any quantity” will be now be unable to capture enough neutrons to stop a criticality.

At this time neutrons will begin to react against atoms, leading to a spike in temperatures exceeding any known cooling process… The fuel will then go core through the floor, and reach the water table in no less than 1-6 hours… At that time the fuel will both be released in atmospheric and oceanic / form. Plaguing Japan first and foremost. I presume that over 100,000- 10,000,000 deaths will be attributed to the event alone.

Japan will likely be forced to abandon the main island entirely within that time.

The continental united states will see the radiation within 2 days. The radiation will sweep across the northwest, as far north as Vancouver canada, and as far south as new mexico. The main area’s to be astray from are seattle through sandiego. The radiation will likely be 350 – 800cmp. (fyi 200cpm is when you should run indoors)…

This will continue as a global norm for at least two months, at that time reactors 5 and 6 will likely begin the path to china syndrome. If you are in a temporary fallout shelter, by august, you should be planning to find a more permanent location to settle…

Come November, the situation will likely start over again, now reaching 1000cpm or more. It will be anywhere up to a century for the initial radiation plumes to settle… The 600,000 spent fuel rods, will likely contaminate the entire planet killing 45% or more, of life on earth…

“Once the reaction from neutrons has dwindled to a 100-300 cpm internationally”; The biological life forms will begin to emerge from the now very few uncontaminated portions of the planet… Though human dna will likely be mutated, and lifespans will be lowered to 20 – 44 years old in adult males, and 25 – 50 years old in Adult females.

http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message1499495/pg1

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StopTheBrutalChemtrails 3 years, 2 months ago

So in short uncontrolled fission taking place inside the zirconium cells, lead to a temperature spike inside the core fuel cells to reactor 1. Once the heat reached beyond boiling point the tops of the fuel rods were exposed to the now present oxygen. Creating a violent reaction damaging the rods…

This allowed the nuclear fuel pellets to escape their containment, dropping to the bottom of the reactor core. At that point Tepco then had no choice but to induce nitrogen into the reactor (as the melting of zirconium creates vast amounts of hydrogen)… While the nitrogen settled the hydrogen the remaining fuel collected in the bottom of the reactor, creating so much fission the fuel melted through 6 feet of metal and concrete landing in the reactors basement. Now were playing a dangerous waiting game.

The GE reactor design has an emergency platform designed under the reactors containment in the event a meltdown was to occur, that feature was built to not only prolong a meltdown but also prevent fission as best it can… However, with the fuel heating up, you must consider that the water being implored with high levels of boron are doing little to nothing to prevent the fission from occuring…

That being said, Its only going to be a short amount of time before the fuel likely surpasses the emergency system, and makes its way into the water table. After that happens, soil and water will produce steam clouds that will contaminate vast areas of the planet… =ing the evacuation of the site… Game Over.

http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message1499495/pg1

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StopTheBrutalChemtrails 3 years, 2 months ago

I assume this will be more like a nuclear fountain… Think of a geyser of radiation spewing into the atmosphere for the next 10 – 1000 years Like they are now except 20 times worse… One that will create temperatures that are unbearable to work near, rising to 120f. or greater…

It will contaminate everything its stream touches. Fukushima would become a wasteland, of contamination and japan would need to extend the evacuation zone to at least 300km likely much much more area. though

A china syndrome has never happened thus the math is beyond me… The contamination would spread in any nation internationally and nationally. (as it has now). but in much higher doses. likely 150 -350cpm… Note this is on the premiss that only one reactor has reached criticality…

However: In the event there is an explosion, Well thats just bad… We would witness at least 3 – 300000 tons of metric nuclear waste, instantly turned into particle form…

The release would do either one of three possible things… 1. a really bad case scenario: Assist reactors 2-6 in achieving a full fusion criticality, leading to an apocalyptic amount of radiation in such high density that anyone that is in its path would perish by suffocation; 2. The better, and yet less likely scenario: achieve a level of detonation, while completely staying within a safe proximity of the other troubled reactors on site, (which is very unlikely)… somehow redirecting most of the initial mass over and into the ocean… Thus spreading only minute levels of radiation globally… Then there is the worst case scenario… 3. (fyi, This is also a product of result #1)… If the fusion some how took the full site (all 6 reactor) in one big kaboom (meaning a full fusion criticality) …

In lamen terms: There will be absolutely nothing left; Ever witness a: coronal mass ejection??? Now, have you ever heard of the earth creating one??? If there were an explosion leading to a full fusion criticality, You wouldn’t need to worry about flights or planning… That would register as an ELE. (extinction level event)…

The explosion would likely blow the entire atmosphere off the planet.

food for thought: G.E. owns comcast; Is this why USA media is blackballing the story… ?

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Scott Wedel 3 years, 2 months ago

So the earth didn't end on May 21 so you need to post why it will happen soon?

This theory is easy enough to debunk because the reactors are no longer dependent upon boron which was needed when there was no water in the reactors.

Now they are able to keep the reactor cores under circulating water.

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rhys jones 3 years, 2 months ago

Couldn't we put this off 'til 12/21/12, when all Heck is supposed to break loose anyway? Really, we've got to get our global disasters in sync here. I would've packed for the last Rapture, but I fully expected to be naked, later that day. Boy, was I disappointed!! Where do we need to go now? South America? Australia? Should I take my shorts?

I sure hope the volcano in Yellowstone doesn't go active first -- it's overdue too, you know. Comets, asteroids -- it's not a question of if, but how, and WHEN??

One last question: Are we safe through Hot Tuna? They can go ahead and take me, right after that.

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bandmama 3 years, 2 months ago

Ok, maybe I am just a little bit on the slow side, but what does this rant in the comments section have to do with someone going pee pee on 4th and Lincoln? Just wondering....

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bandmama 3 years, 2 months ago

highway, We both forgot to mention the upcoming flooding event, has anyone started building a boat yet???

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rhys jones 3 years, 1 month ago

b'mama -- Apparently these forums are an open format -- just grab a soapbox and start ranting; somebody will carry the conversation for you. It's sort of like fishing -- you throw out your bait, and see what bites.

I think our ultimate destruction in the next month is sort of funny -- that would make our squabble over medical marijuana dispensaries somewhat moot, no? I mean dang, if it ain't a Rapture or nuclear holocaust, the potheads will destroy our town!! There's just all sorts of gloom and doom forthcoming, in any event.

Just to keep this forum SOMEWHAT on topic, I must comment on the quantities of drunks and the problems caused therefrom we continually see in this column, and NOBODY SEEMS TO MIND. Certainly not the lawyers. We see no evidence that pot has ever hurt a soul, in any way, yet there is now a "grass-roots" movement and group locally, devoted to the eradication of the dispensaries. Why isn't there a movement to shut down the alcohol dispensaries? A far more dangerous substance, in every respect. (And who's paying for the anti-dispensary group? What is their agenda?)

White man speak with forked tongue -- I patronized Sunpie's, the Boathouse, and the Pub last night, glad to be back in the 'hood. I believe there is much to be said for moderation and self-control, whatever your poison. And I LOVE the free bus!!

And mama, if the water gets up this high, no, I haven't started on my Ark; I'm hoping the Blazer will float. We'll paddle it over to RMR to stock up on meds, then see where it lands. It'll only hold 2 people, and MAYBE a good, quiet, dog or cat...

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