Large Sinkhole Caves In Further at Boone Dam, Upstream of Nuclear Plants
1 Large Sinkhole Caves In Further at Boone Dam, Upstream of Nuclear Plants on Tue May 05, 2015 3:15 pm
2 Re: Large Sinkhole Caves In Further at Boone Dam, Upstream of Nuclear Plants on Mon May 11, 2015 5:18 pm
Sink Hole Under Tennessee’s Boone Dam-7 Nuclear Plants Down Stream-Meltdowns An Absolute Certainty If Dam Fails-Are They Going To Fix -And The Answer Is In The Last 6 Months It Has Gotten WorsePosted on May 11, 2015 by Dublinsmick
On November 3, 2014 I post a piece about a sinkhole under the Boone Dam in Tennessee. There are 7 nuclear power plants down stream which are sure to melt down if the dam fails. You have read all about this in the papers right? Wrong nobody is talking about it. We get more about Miley Cyrus than a meltdown of 7 nuclear plants that could basically end all life in North America and parts distant. Chiappalone wins again.
The original article.
It looks like a wall of water, I didn’t see this on FOX News!
Looks like a real Shemitah Jubilee could be coming up. Beware the next operation could be called Jade Glow In The Dark.
Well here is the latest per enenews.
Top Official: “Sinkhole has sunk further… we have water coming through dam” upstream of nuclear plants; “Now agency’s top priority”; “Continued flow…could destabilize dam” — Section caved in at base — Gov’t not disclosing inundation maps over security concerns; Private meeting with facility in path (VIDEO)
WJHL, Apr 28, 2015 (emphasis added): [T]he head of the nation’s largest public utility… TVA President Bill Johnson toured Boone Dam [and] said water was moving through the base of the earth filled portion of the dam carrying sediment… “we do have water coming through the dam because the sinkhole has sunk further,” Johnson said pointing to a section of caved-in parking lot at the base of Boone Dam… Johnson said it is essential for TVA to figure out how to stop the flow of water through the base… because continued flow of sediment-laden lake water could destabilize the dam.
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