Preparing for Power Outage / Lights Out Kit

Alright guys welcome back. In this video we talk a little bit about being prepared. Now recently we had a ice storm in our area and that left me and my wife without power for about four days. And that got me thinking about things that you might get together to get you through that […]

Trapped on Kursk (Navy Nuclear Submarine Disaster)

August 10th, 2000. The time is almost 2200 hours. We’re standing on the docks of the Zapadnaya Litsa port in the Ara-Guba Bay – just inside the Arctic Circle. We have been here since noon, waiting for our weapons to be loaded on board, and everyone is getting restless – we have to be at […]

Chernobyl, Ukraine 🇺🇦 – Inside the Nuclear Exclusion Zone


Biggest Disasters Waiting To Happen!

Have you ever wondered what will cause the world to end? There are a lot of ways we could go, but a lot of people are wondering about disasters that could happen sooner rather than later. Join us as we break them all down for you! 9. “The Big One” If I say to you […]

Onagawa power plant given green light by Japan’s nuclear watchdog to restart reactor

Japan’s Onagawa nuclear power plant,… which was damaged along with Fukushima in the massive 2011 earthquake and tsunami,… has been given the green light by Japanese regulators to restart its reactor. Lee Seung-jae reports. It’s been more than eight years since an enormous magnitude-9-point-oh earthquake and tsunami sparked the Fukushima nuclear disaster. However, all these […]

Seoul calls on Japan to disclose current status of water contamination

South Korea China and Japan met at the tripartite environment ministers meeting in Qatar Kyushu Japan over the weekend where Seoul called on Tokyo to disclose the current status of the contaminated water caused by the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster South Korea’s Environment Minister Jo Myung BAE sat down Sunday with his Japanese counterpart […]

Are U.S. Nuclear Plants Ready for a Fukushima-Like Meltdown?

bjbj”9″9 JEFFREY BROWN: In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, how should government regulators here set the safety bar for nuclear power plants in the U.S.? This week, the head of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced his resignation, and news reports suggest that battles within the commission over safety requirements may partially account for […]

I Am Responsible For the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster

I live in Pripyat, in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. I came to this quiet woodland region several months ago, after graduating from the Moscow Engineering and Physics Institute, to work as a technician at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. But, my peaceful life turned into unimaginable chaos just over a week ago, on the […]

What is nuclear fusion?

Lockheed Martin are traditionally a defence firm, notably the pentagons biggest supplier, however as military spending in the western world decreases, they have been diverting focus towards energy. Specifically the creation of compact fusion reactors, long thought to be a pipe dream as fusion reactors create many times more energy than is currently possible, but […]

Fallout from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant – Richard Broinowski

I want to talk to you tonight about Fukushima, what happened there. There’s been so much distortion and disinformation that I’d like to set the record straight and I want to begin by talking about the Fukushima Daiichi reactor. Daiichi means “number one”. It’s a complex, it’s not a reactor itself. In Fukushima Daiichi, which […]