The World’s Most Dangerous Dams With Spectacular Possiblities From Our Planners Hovering Above Nuclear Plants
This will not be reported on major news channels, however Lake Strom Thurmond, also known as Clarks Hill Lake in Georgia, is a reservoir at the border between Georgia and South Carolina in the Savannah River Basin. It was built between 1946 and 1954 by the Army Corps of Engineers at the confluence of the Little River and Savannah River. At 71,000 acres (287 km²), it is the 2nd largest artificial lake east of the Mississippi River. It was a shallow quake about 3 miles deep (the worst kind as far as damage goes). And it is reported to be 5.4, not 4.4 in magnitude.
This lake encompasses 1200 miles of shoreline and 71,100 acres of water. It dams some 120 miles of smaller lakes. Should the dam have been effected by the recent earthquake a virtual tidal wave would have swept down the Savannah River over the Savannah River Nuclear power plant and large areas of the south would soon have resembled Fukushima. The dam is two miles up river from Augusta Georgia and should it go, there will be no more Augusta, Georgia. At present the report is no damage as usual. Nothing to worry about until the next eruption of the New Madrid which has occurred every 200 years and is … well overdue.
Plant Vogtle, a nuclear power plant in the area which provides power to 500,000 people in the area came out smelling like a rose according to officials who took a stroll around the plant. This is per the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
As posted earlier there were sonic booms, waves across floors and people reporting it felt like a train was roaring outside their homes. Bathroom tiles were reported cracked in Athens, Georgia. Should any unexpected problems crop up, I fully expect a suicide army of workers to come from Japan and make things right exactly as they are doing in Fukushima. Wait-Fukushima is still spewing plutonium all over the globe.