OT- Possible nuclear event type "dealy" in South Bend area

Submitted by TheLastHarbaugh on June 8th, 2012 at 12:54 AM

Reddit is covering it (so take that for what you will), but military helicopters, and hazmat vehicles have all been mobilized in the surrounding Ohio, Indiana, West Michigan areas.

http://www.reddit.com/r/politics/comments/uqlq9/reddit_i_think_there_is_a_giant_nuclear_coverup/

They have links to all sorts of pictures, articles and other info.

There's also this:

http://c4i.me/site/2012/06/07/nuclear-event-north-america-usa-89/

Radiation levels spiked in the area. It was then reported to be an error, but precautions are being taken. Some people are saying it's a test, but radiation levels are presently being measured at 5 to 7 times the norm.

The supposed reactor in question was being repaired for a leak, and people all over SW Michigan have been taking pictures of military aircraft. So something is definitely going down. Whether it be a drill, or simply the government doing their job to make sure nothing is out of the ordinary.

I'm not a scientist of any sort, but just thought I ought to pass the info along.

Stay aware, and stay safe. 

If worst comes to worst, operation human shield is in effect for the Big House.

Mods - Do what you will with this.

EDIT: There have also been loud "booms" reported in the area by residents. 

Corresponding Youtube clip:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ahh2BYvw3HA&feature=youtu.be

Comments

news2me

June 8th, 2012 at 7:36 AM ^

It was only a zombie attack on the President. They decided they could attack our government by causing an earthquake in Ann Arbor, which inadvertantly resulted in minor damage to two nuclear reactors near Cedar Point and South Bend. (Zombies are experimenting in causing the perfect storm and got a little out of control.) The military responded by blowing up all suspicious looking objects from Pennsylvania to the Illinois border. Everyone calmed down as soon as the MSU zombie studies team showed up. The MSU team persuaded the zombies to enjoy a Coke, and sing Kumbaya with the Sparty Mascot. Now...

Let's be thankful we are so close to East Lansing:  It should give one a good feeling of security, and reassurance. Reports of couches on fire were false rumors caused by an alien host with a lousy sense of humor who were on their way to destroy another planet. That is all.

Drill

June 8th, 2012 at 10:39 AM ^

I have a few friends who are nuclear engineers in the area, and one actually just checked out the area with a geiger counter and it read completely normal.

bcoaker

June 9th, 2012 at 12:26 PM ^

 This went down...

Red Dragon is an annual CBRN-driven exercise, using Army Reserve chemical units to respond, assess, and decontaminate mass casualties.
Realistic disaster scenarios, developed in coordination with local first responders and authorities, as well as civilian medical personnel, will take place between June 1-3, in Atlanta, Ga., Lake Forest, Ill., Fort McCoy and across Wisconsin.

Read more: http://www.dvidshub.net/feature/RedDragon#ixzz1xJWsaGGt