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Nuclear Drill, Operation Black Rain, was going on in West, Texas

posted Apr 22, 2013 16:35:52 by RickMatheson
Operation Black Rain
Black Rain is a nuclear disaster drill being staged April 18-19 involving a scenario of a ‘radiological catastrophe’ at Comanche Park Nuclear Power Plant in Glen Rose, Texas, about 60 miles north of West. The drill is being staged by the Texas Emergency Medical Task Force. The drill imagines:

The North Central Texas region is impacted by a radiological catastrophe at Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant. The blast and residual fallout results in many injuries and fatalities within the immediate hazard area and the densely populated DFW Metroplex area is affected by blackouts and rolling brownouts due to loss of power generation. Blast and fallout damage results in a critical taxing of the medical community and generates a potential need for medical evacuation and vast number of worried well within the metropolitan population.
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West is 70 miles from the Nuclear facility. So unless they had a flame thrower that went 70 miles to start the fire that burned for hours before the explosion it's a simple coincedence. Fire fighters unwittingly put water on a chemicle fire and that's a no no. The chemicals cause the H2o molecule to split and the hydrogen fuels the explosion. On top of that the silos with amonium nitrate added to the severity of the blast. From what I understand the plant had not passed recent inspections.
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RickMatheson said Apr 22, 2013 19:33:42
This is a pic of the cloud from the Waco explosion.

ALSO notice the Pyroclastic cloud. This only occurs from Volcanoes or nuclear detonation.
The blast wave of this explosion in Waco is estimated to have been traveling at 4000 - 7000 mph that flattened homes, smashed windows and could be felt as far as 80 miles away.

This is a photo of a mini nuke.
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