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Jersey News Outlet Cries ‘Global Warming’ as Blizzard Approaches

mrc.com | Raising fuel prices across the board is the only way to lessen the future impact of the forthcoming, and unavoidable, global warming disaster, according to Ellie Whitney, guest opinion columnist for The Times of Trenton. Ironically, she said this as New Jersey, along with much of the northeast, is prepping for a major winter storm that includes blizzard warnings.

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Gas Price Spike In California Reveals Fragile Infrastructure

www.naturalnews.com | If you're in California, you're paying sky-high prices for gasoline this week. At some stations, prices are over $5 a gallon. But you might not be aware of why you're paying this price. The answer may be more than a little disturbing: California's energy infrastructure is so fragile that a power outage at a single gasoline refinery caused state-wide prices to skyrocket.

Yep, an Exxon Mobil refinery in Torrance was knocked offline several days ago by a local power outage. This, in turn, caused a sudden spike in gasoline prices state-wide. This whole fiasco may have been set off by something like a single electrical transformer failing somewhere along the electrical supply chain.

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Coming Ethanol Crash

wnd.com | When gas prices plummeted during the recession and at least half of US ethanol producers went bankrupt in the 2008-2009 ethanol crash, ethanol production continued to increase. But ethanol will crash again in the face of a summer drought, and this time the crash will be more definitive.

The difference this time around is that the ethanol will not crash because of product value, but because of under-supply of feedstock, like corn.

The US is now experiencing its worst drought in over half a century; the United Nations is warning of a food crisis and EIA is warning that exports will be significantly affected. In the meantime, corn-ethanol producers are struggling to defend a federal mandate that sets out ambitious ethanol requirements.

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TEPCO Has No Plan to Deal With Fukushima Reactor Collapse

Infowars.com | TEPCO says they don’t know what to do if Reactor 4 collapses, instead declaring it safe from earthquakes after finding it leaning and with a bulged exterior wall.

The Wall Street Journal just reported that TEPCO doesn’t have a plan to deal with the collapse of Spent Fuel Pool 4 at the Fukushima nuclear reactor in Japan.

The revelation comes as a US army general warns the entire Northern Hemisphere is at risk of becoming largely uninhabitable if the building collapses which is a sentiment being echoed by a host of scientists, nuclear experts and researchers.

Instead, they assure their computer simulation shows the building is strong enough to handle another strong earthquake.

They make this claim even though they have just found the entire building leaning to the northwest and an exterior wall is bulging.

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Fukushima Plant Continues To Threaten

Infowars.com | Mike Adams presents a Fukushima mega-meltdown special on the Friday, May 11 edition of the Alex Jones Show. Adams talks with Arnie Gundersen, the chief engineer of energy consulting company Fairewinds Associates and a former nuclear power industry executive. Mr. Gundersen continues to warn about the cataclysmic potential of the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant and is now warning about serious problems at the San Onofre nuclear plant in San Diego.

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Fire Reported At Idaho Nuclear Facility

kpvi.com | Idaho National Laboratory (INL) fire officials report the fire on the roof of a building at the Materials and Fuels Complex at the Idaho Site is out. The fire is believed to have occurred while workers were welding on the roof of the

building. No injuries have been reported, and employees – although delayed – will be traveling home as usual.

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Idaho National Laboratory (INL) Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has been activated and is gathering information about a reported fire on the roof of a building at the Materials and Fuels Complex at the Idaho Site. Officials report that at this time there is no visible smoke or flames. The building has been evacuated and all employees are safe. No injuries have been reported.

Based on the information gathered so far, there is no risk to the public. INL personnel are responding to investigate the incident; state, county and tribal officials are being notified. Additional information will be provided as soon as it becomes available.

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