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Emergency declared at Brunswick nuclear power plant in North Carolina... all personnel blocked from entering the facility as "hot shutdown" under way


Emergency declared at Brunswick nuclear power plant in North Carolina… all personnel blocked from entering the facility as “hot shutdown” under way Monday, September 17, 2018 by: Mike Adams Brunswick , emergency , FEMA , Flooding , hot shutdown , Hurricane Florence , NRC , nuclear meltdown , nuclear power , storm - (Natural News ) The U.S. ... The Brunswick power plants, in other words, are running blind. Hurricane Florence achieved a direct hit on the Brunswick ...

Hurricane Florence achieves DIRECT HIT on Brunswick nuclear power plant in Southport, NC... pray for our safety


Nuclear Regulatory Commission has now declared an emergency at the Brunswick nuclear power facility due to extreme flooding. ... As the map shows, below, the Brunswick power plant is located just South of Wilmington, North Carolina. "...

Fukushima in America? Twelve nuclear power plants are in the path of Hurricane Florence... flooding, storm surge threaten cooling operations


Those two reactors, located NE of Myrtle Beach, North Carolina, are known as “Brunswick Steam Electric Plant, Unit 1” and “Brunswick Steam Electric Plant, Unit 1.” ... To the East of the Brunswick power plant is Zeke’s Island, a thin barrier between the Brunswick power plant and the Atlantic Ocean. "...

Biologists say Monsanto's glyphosate is devastating wildlife; deer populations down 50 percent


Stop Spraying New Brunswick member Peter Gilbert said that the decline of the deer population is due – at least in part – to the use of glyphosate in New Brunswick forests: "Glyphosate is not the only factor involved in the decline of the deer population in New Brunswick, but it's very indirectly the result that we get when we use glyphosate in forestry techniques that involve clear-cutting plantations. ... The mysterious firing of a potential glyphosate whistleblower The ...

Researchers discover ruins of lost colonial tavern in North Carolina: Cache of artifacts is a "time capsule" of history


However, what’s fascinating about this case is that, according to records and historical maps of Brunswick Town, that piece of land is supposed to be empty. ... Charles Ewen, lead archaeologist of the dig site, even hypothesized that it may have also been a brothel that served the sailors that came into Brunswick Town’s port. "...

Canadian govt. accused of covering up adverse effects of glyphosate after firing top health official researching Monsanto herbicide


Was former New Brunswick chief medical officer of health, Dr. ... Follow real-time breaking news headlines on Glyphosate report at FETCH.news The world of independent media, all in one place. - More news on glyphosate report Biologists say Monsanto's glyphosate is devastating wildlife; deer populations down 50 percent Disqus Take Action: Support Natural News by linking to this article from your website Permalink to this article: https://www.naturalnews.com/054586_glyphosate_report_New_Brunswick_Dr_Eilish_Cleary....

'Transabled' people are cutting off their own limbs to become disabled in disturbing trend


After interviewing 37 people worldwide who suffer from "transability ," New Brunswick-based researcher Clive Baldwin found that most "transabled" people are men. ... Thomas University in Fredericton, New Brunswick. One subject interviewed by Baldwin wants to have his penis removed, while another wishes to be blind. "...

Parents call police to aid psychotic teen, cops show up and kill him


Reports said an officer from the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office, as well as another from the Boiling Spring Lakes Police Department, responded to the home soon after. ... The New Brunswick County Sheriff's Office told The Daily Caller that no statement has been released yet, but officials, including the district attorney and state investigators, are examining the shooting. "...

Edible Plastic Wrap for Food Kills Bacteria While It Flavors Your Burger


The latest breakthrough in edible food wrap comes from chemists and food scientists at New Jersey's Rutgers University in New Brunswick. ... Resources: Kathryn Uhrich, PhD, Professor of Chemistry, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey (2007, August 24). "...

Super Goji Berry: Choosing the Best Source Among the Marketing Hype


ORAC is also tested at Brunswick Labs, an independent laboratory in Wareham, Massachusetts US, which was partially subsidized by USDA. ... Here are the ORAC scores of certain fruits and vegetables for comparison (in not particular order): Cherries – 670 Red bell pepper – 710 Red grapes – 739 Oranges – 750 Beets – 840 Broccoli – 890 Alfalfa sprouts – 930 Plums – 949 Brussel sprouts – 980 Raspberries – 1220 Spinach – 1260 Strawberries – 1540 Kale - 1770 Black berries – 2036 Blueberries – 2400 ...

What happens when Hurricane Florence strikes? See this detailed analysis, threat assessment and preparedness video from Adams


Nuclear Regulatory Commission has now declared an emergency at the Brunswick nuclear power facility due to extreme flooding. ... The exact location of the strike isn’t yet known, of course, but a worst-cast hit could put the eye of the hurricane very close to the Brunswick power plant, causing a heavy storm surge of ocean water. "...

Butt jobs gone bad: Women have their rear ends injected with household caulk


Borah, who is also chief of plastic surgery at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, notes that many of his prospective patients back out after hearing about potential side effects, from scarring to the silicone shifting when they sit down, not to mention the risks posed by the anesthesia used in the procedure. "...

New chemical pesticides now being used on fish farms


"We have been told repeatedly by the aquaculture industry and by the Province of New Brunswick that pesticides are 'used up' by the time the tarps are released and the effluent is not harmful to marine life," said Sheena Young of the Fundy North Fishermen's Association. "...

Johnson & Johnson caught in another scandal, forced to pay $33 million settlement over recalled nonprescription meds


The New Brunswick, New Jersey-based company has since demolished these two failing facilities and reconstructed another huge consumer medicine factory in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania. "...

Heroin overdoses possibly linked to other causes


Outpatient behavioral health director of Addiction Resource Center in Brunswick, Eric Haram, says it is like playing Russian roulette when choosing to do the drug. "...

Food security under threat - Study links dwindling bee populations to decreasing crop yields in America


According to Rachael Winfree, senior author and a professor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources in the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences at Rutgers University-New Brunswick , many crops are pollination-limited, which means that “crop production would be higher if crop flowers received more pollination.” "...

Researchers develop a blood drawing robot that provides rapid test results


Yarmush, a professor at the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Rutgers University–New Brunswick (Rutgers) in New Jersey. "...

Researchers identify two traits responsible for the accumulation of toxic chemicals in aquatic food chains


"We need to learn from our previous mistakes and have more informed and responsible design and use of chemicals in the environment," said co-author of the study, Karen Kidd, a Canada Research Chair at University of New Brunswick Saint John, in a press statement. "...

Politicians feign concern about 'dangers' of cannabis; silent about pain medications that kill thousands


Doug Smith, a rehabilitation specialist from New Brunswick, Canada, who is among a growing number of doctors switching to cannabis rather than painkiller drugs as their recommendation of choice for patients. "...

Cheap, synthetic astaxanthin derived from petrochemicals flooding the natural products market beginning this month


Science testing reveals real differences According to a review paper published in Nutrafoods, "In vitro studies conducted at Creighton University and Brunswick Laboratories showed [natural astaxanthin] to be over 50 times stronger than [synthetic astaxanthin] in singlet oxygen quenching and approximately 20 times stronger in free radical elimination." "...