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    Map of nuclear plants in the United States



    http://www.nrc.gov/reactors/operatin...-reactors.html

    If we lost the grid these plants have the potential of Meltdown after a certain period of time. They have to keep the rods cooled and that requires water, fuel, operators, etc. Something to keep in the back of your mind. Lessons learned from 5 mile island, Chernobyl and Fukishima.

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    Yup there is no safe place.
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    Wyoming looks good...Alaska better....Colorado is already fried so I avoid that place.

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    I need to move! That Alabama (3) is too close for comfort. Your supposed to be 70 miles away to be safe.
    That could be
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