The World’s Most Dangerous Dams With Spectacular Possiblities From Our Planners Hovering Above Nuclear Plants

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“This will not be reported on major news channels, however  Lake Strom Thurmond, also known as Clarks Hill Lake in Georgia, is a reservoir at the border between Georgia and South Carolina in the Savannah River Basin. It was built between 1946 and 1954 by the Army Corps of Engineers at the confluence of the Little River and Savannah River. At 71,000 acres (287 km²), it is the 2nd largest artificial lake east of the Mississippi River. It was a shallow quake about 3 miles deep (the worst kind as far as damage goes). And it is reported to be 5.4, not 4.4 in magnitude. Make no mistake about it, failure of the Strom Thurmond Dam will place the Savannah River Power plant under a tidal wave and obliterate it.”

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We Interrupt Your Favorite Program To Report The 5.4 Quake Near Augusta Is Near The Thurmond Dam-Holding Back A Lake With 1200 Miles Of Shoreline Flowing Toward The Savannah River Nuclear Plant-The Vogtle Nuclear Plant Was About Ground Zero But No Damage Reported-Whew

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Savannah_River

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This will not be reported on major news channels, however  Lake Strom Thurmond, also known as Clarks Hill Lake in Georgia, is a reservoir at the border between Georgia and South Carolina in the Savannah River Basin. It was built between 1946 and 1954 by the Army Corps of Engineers at the confluence of the Little River and Savannah River. At 71,000 acres (287 km²), it is the 2nd largest artificial lake east of the Mississippi River. It was a shallow quake about 3 miles deep (the worst kind as far as damage goes). And it is reported to be 5.4, not 4.4 in magnitude. Make no…

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23 thoughts on “The World’s Most Dangerous Dams With Spectacular Possiblities From Our Planners Hovering Above Nuclear Plants

  1. There was a Church in South Carolina that was still standing after the 7.0 magnitude Earthquake in 1886 at Charleston, South Carolina it was made of Rammed Earth.

    Can’t say if it was this ones or not
    Church of the Holy Cross (Stateburg, South Carolina)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_the_Holy_Cross_(Stateburg,_South_Carolina)

    Parts of South Carolina at high risk of earthquakes
    http://www.wyff4.com/news/usgs-parts-of-south-carolina-at-high-risk-of-earthquakes/27015294

    The 1886 Charleston, South Carolina, Earthquake
    http://pubs.usgs.gov/circ/1986/0985/report.pdf

  2. You remember the Dec 22, 2008 Coal Ash Disaster it even derail a train
    5.4 million cubic yard spill of coal waste from the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Kingston Coal Plant.
    It went into the Emory Rivers and the Clinch river where does this river go from there into the Tennessee river
    What upriver from Clinch river Oak Ridge TN what upriver from Oak Ridge is Bull Run fossil plant and Clinton city and Norris Dam.
    Clinch river map

    The “Christmas Coal Ash Spill” Remembered

  3. AMERICAN CHESTNUT BLIGHT – Greatest forest loss in history

    They ever made bread from chestnut
    Chestnut Flour Waffles

  4. Savannah River Nuclear
    Tritium production
    http://www.savannahrivernuclearsolutions.com/programs/def_prgms01.htm

    SRS Video Releases
    http://www.srs.gov/general/news/video.htm

    On November 28, 1950 the U.S. Government announced that a nuclear weapons facility would be developed on 300 square miles of land taken from three counties in rural South Carolina.

    Savannah River Site

    1950s the building of the Savannah River Site
    a series of small southern communities which were erased to make way for the Savannah River Plant in 1951. The towns of Ellenton, Dunbarton, Myers Mill were thrown into the atomic age: their residents forced to leave and their houses destroyed or moved.

    In 1950 the residents of Ellenton, South Carolina were displaced from their homes by the federal government. Their land would be used to construct a plant to produce materials for the H-bomb

    Augusta Outdoors: Ghost Towns – Close to Home, Only a Memory Away

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