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Topic - Texas Nuclear risks
Posted: August 30 2017 at 12:15am By Dutch Josh
From YouTube;

Also is interesting. The coming days a 50 foot/15 meter waterrise-also near the nuclear plant-Colorado river. There are no dykes to protect the plant.

Also reports of dams breaking. (DJ; The reservoir is north of Houston-water giving way to stream west of Houston may influence the waterlevels near the nuclear plant. To avoid further (large) damage to down-town Houston they take an increased risk at the nuclear plant ?) In my opinion there is an increase of earthquake risks due to the amount of water pressure on Texas. Emergency stopping of fracking, tsunami-risks from the Atlantic, Central America quakes....