The most dangerous nuclear power plant

The most dangerous nuclear power plant

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    The most dangerous reactor by far has never been permitted, inspected or approved by anyone, it is poorly shielded and the radiation kills thousands of people every year most through malignant melanoma and if it goes rogue on us it is set to destroy our power grids and satellite networks and indirectly kill millions. It is of course the sun and virtually everyone is totally oblivious to the hazards, if things play out the way the usually do it will be virtually impossible to get their attention till it is too late. I am speaking of the next Carrington event and it is not a question of if but when.

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