100% Electric Cars Celebrated On National Plug In Day

The video above features media clips from the largest electric cars and vehicles plug-in parade in history. 170 plug-in vehicles paraded through the streets of Santa Monica in celebration of the annual National Plug In Day. National Plug In Day is organized by Plug In America, the Sierra Club, and the Electric Auto Association. 

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Fukushima Daichi Radiation Level 152,000 nSv/Hr. Sept 24th, 2013

This Google provided satellite view of radiation levels around Fukushima, Japan, provides another view of how much radiation there is around the plant itself, compared to other areas.

As can be seen in the measurement above, Fukushima Daichi is showing a radiation level of 152,000 nSv/Hr. on Sept 24th, 2013.

Fukushima Daichi Radiation Level 152,000 nSv/Hr. Sept 24th, 2013; via @AGreenRoad
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/09/fukushima-daichi-radiation-level-152000.html

Innovative Water Power Plant Uses Vortex Energy

A new way to generate electricity is being implemented in Switzerland. It’s a special water vortex power plant that bears the name of well known inventor, Bertrand Piccard. Our Swiss correspondent has more.

Bertrand Piccard has already made a name for himself as the man who flew the first non-stop round-the-world balloon flight. He’s also the man who invented the Solar Impulse — an airplane that runs only on solar energy. And now he’s promoting a new kind of water energy system in Schöftland, Switzerland.
[Bertrand Piccard, President, Solar Impulse]:
“With new technology we can produce much cleaner energy and be much more sustainable.
Piccard agreed to be the patron for this first-of-its-kind water vortex power plant in Switzerland. The plant, which now carries Piccard’s name, might take power generation to a new level.
[Bertrand Piccard, President, Solar Impulse]:
“The project that is here, that is integrated here is a turbine in a little river producing electricity on a cheap basis and in a very clean way.”
This pilot project basin is 21 feet wide and has a level difference of five feet. Depending on the amount of water, it can produce between 10 and 15 kilowatts of energy. That’s enough energy for 20-25 Swiss households.
[Bertrand Piccard, President, Solar Impulse]:
“A lot of people believe that we need more innovation and more development before being able to produce clean energy. This is not true.”
So far, 25 countries have expressed interest in building water vortex power plants and are ready to invest in this new water energy. Ecuador is one of them.
[Rafael Paredes, Ambassador of Ecuador in Switzerland]:
“We have the geographic characteristics to be easy to have this kind of machines and this kind of technology to use in our country.”
To build a water vortex power plant in a river, the land must have a downward slope of at least 2.3 feet and the water must flow at a minimum rate of 265 gallons per second.
The inventors have decided to build the water vortex power plant only in rivers that need to be re-naturalized so that they can guarantee maximum benefit to the environment. They also ensure that fish can pass the water power plant without being harmed, either up or downstream.
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DUF6 Depleted Uranium Storage – Accidents, Safety and Environmental Issues

According to Dr. Helen Caldicott MD, the uranium processing plants that produce DUF6 are extremely toxic to the environment. They destroy the ozone at an alarming rate, releasing over 90% of all of the ozone destroying CFC in the nation. The rays of the sun that come through the thinning ozone layer causes skin melanomas and the deaths due to this cancer.

The nuclear industry claims no one dies from nuclear plant radiation, but here a medical doctor is saying that the nuclear industry is a huge cause of deaths from cancer, before they even load fuel into a nuclear reactor. 

According to Wikipedia, “about 95% of the depleted uranium produced until now is stored as uranium hexafluoride, (D)UF6, in steel cylinders in open air yards close to enrichment plants. Each cylinder contains up to 12.7 tonnes (or 14 US tons) of UF6. In the U.S. alone, 560,000 TONS of depleted UF6 had accumulated by 1993. 
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In 2005, 686,500 tons in 57,122 storage cylinders were located near Portsmouth, Ohio, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and Paducah, Kentucky.,[151][152] 
The long-term storage of DUF6 presents environmental, health, and safety risks because of its chemical instability. When UF6 is exposed to moist air, it reacts with the water in the air and produces UO2F2 (uranyl fluoride) and HF (hydrogen fluoride), both of which are highly soluble and extremely toxic. (These chemicals are made into chemical weapons of mass destruction, such as sarin gas.) Storage cylinders must be regularly inspected for signs of corrosion and leaks. [153]
There have been several accidents involving uranium hexafluoride in the United States.[154] The vulnerability of DUF6 storage cylinders to terrorist attack is apparently not the subject of public reports. (What happens if terrorists fly a jet into one of these yards? What happens if they take over one of these yards, and threaten to puncture a bunch of tanks?)
Disposing of the whole DUF6 inventory could cost anywhere from 15 to 450 million dollars.[156]” (Why is the US taxpayer paying to dispose of the nuclear industry toxic waste garbage over and over again? Whatever happened to; if you make a mess, clean it up?)


DUF6 cylinders: painted (left) and corroded (right)
Source; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depleted_uranium

Accidents involving uranium flouride will continue to happen, as long as nuclear plants and nuclear weapons continue to be produced and operate.

1944

“In 1944, a research and development pilot plant for thermal diffusion was temporarily shut down for piping modifications. During reactivation of the plant, a weld ruptured on an 8-ft long cylinder containing gaseous natural UF6 that was being heated by steam.

An estimated 400 Lbs of UF6 was released, which reacted with steam from the process and created HF and uranyl fluoride. This accident resulted in two deaths from HF inhalation and three individuals seriously injured from both HF inhalation and uranium toxicity.

1978

In 1978 a cylinder containing liquid depleted UF6 was accidentally dropped and ruptured in a storage yard at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant. Cold weather limited the dispersion of the UF6.

Cleanup efforts were conducted to collect as much of the released material as possible. No one was injured in this accident. (Note: Storage cylinders contain liquid UF6 only for a few days immediately after filling. Once the cylinder cools the UF6 is a solid and would be released much more slowly if an accident resulted in cylinder rupture).

1986

Another UF6 accident involving a cylinder rupture occurred at a commercial uranium conversion facility (Sequoyah Fuels Corp., Gore OK) in 1986. The accident occurred when an over-loaded shipping cylinder was reheated to remove an excess of UF6. The cylinder ruptured, releasing a dense cloud of UF6 and its reaction products.

This accident resulted in the death of one individual from HF inhalation. An additional 31 workers were exposed to the released cloud.

In addition to these accidents, ten depleted UF6 cylinders containing solid UF6 in storage have been breached over the past 45 years. Most of the breaches were due to corrosion around dents caused by mishandling, with the others due to corrosion around welding defects or from external corrosion alone.”
source; http://web.ead.anl.gov/uranium/faq/health/faq30.cfm

More DUF6 accidents, spills and contamination of environment are detailed in the following video…

An American Nuclear Tragedy


The Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant is a facility that produces enriched uranium for nuclear power plants. The plant is operated by United States Enrichment Corporation, a subsidiary of USEC Incorporated. It is the only operating uranium enrichment facility in the United States. The Paducah plant PRODUCES low-enriched nuclear fuel for NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS.

A 2000 story about abuses at a nuclear processing plant in Paducah, Kentucky that operated behind a wall of government secrecy for nearly 50 years. Former worker Joe Harding died at age 58 after suffering illnesses that included bone-like protrusions growing through his skin. He spent his last years fighting for a full accounting of the damage done to workers’ lives and local lands.

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DUF6 Depleted Uranium Storage – Accidents, Safety and Environmental Issues; via @AGreenRoad
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Michael Tellinger – Ancient 500,000 Year Old Sacred Mystery And Civilization Revealed

Michael Tellinger weaves together ancient civilization archeology in a way never seen before, together with Sumerian tablets, energy work, satellite energy detectors, GPS devices, Earth energy, banks, free energy systems, money systems, gold mines, electromagnetic energy and some psychic sleuthing. 

He also presents the UBUNTU plan, about how the world can be recreated in a completely new way, where money is not needed, and everyone gets what they need. 


You will be amazed, flabbergasted and feel the very ancient mystery of what is being presented, or your money back… 🙂

Michael Tellinger – Ancient 500,000 Year Old Sacred Mystery And Civilization Revealed; via @AGreenRoad
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/09/michael-tellinger-ancient-500000-year.html

“Do not go where the path may lead – Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” Emerson

A Green Road Magazine – Detailing The Science Of Sustainable Health. What benefits seven future generations, and causes no harm? 

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Holistic Living And Green Energy
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Exploring the Inner and Outer Mysteries of Life
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Peace, War, Human Rights, Justice, Prisons
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Drugs, Medicine and GMO’s
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Global Corporations And The 1%; Art And Science Of Deception
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Nuclear Accidents, Recycling Nuclear Weapons/Fuel
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Global Corporations And The 1%; Art And Science Of Deception
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Individual Radioactive Elements/Isotopes, USA Radiation Exposure Prevention and Reversal, Music
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Low Dose Radiation Dangers/Symptoms For Children And Adults
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Uranium Mining and Enrichment – Nuclear Bomb -Nuclear Fuel Manufacturing
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Low Level Nuclear Radiation In Food And Water
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/low-level-nuclear-radiation-in-food-and.html

Effects Of Internal Low Level Nuclear Radiation
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/effects-of-internal-low-level-nuclear.html

Animals and Low Level Radiation Effects
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/animals-and-low-level-radiation-effects.html

Nuclear Reactor Recertification
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/nuclear-reactor-recertification.html

Long Term Storage Of Nuclear Fuel, Nuclear Waste
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/recycling-or-long-term-storage-of.html

Why All Nuclear Power Plants Must Be Shut Down
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/why-all-nuclear-plants-must-be-shut-down.html


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82 Year Old Nun – Megan Gillespie Rice – Breaks Into Nuclear Plant, Splatters Blood On Walls – Why?

Last year three people broke into one of America’s most secure nuclear-weapons facilities. The perpetrators were an 82-year-old nun and two of her companions. We sat down to talk with Sister Megan Gillespie Rice before she headed to Tennessee to face trial.

The next video is her statement after she was released temporarily from custody. 

Sister Megan Rice talks with the media after being released from custody at the Blount County Detention Center in Maryville, Tenn., Friday, Aug. 3, 2012. Rice, along with Michael Walli and Greg Boertje-Obed, sneaked into the Y-12 nuclear weapons plant last week, and was released on her own recognizance with Walli under a set of conditions set by federal magistrate G. Clifford Shirley Friday. Boertje-Obed remains in custody at the facility.

She makes the point that it is the DUTY, RESPONSIBILITY and OBLIGATION of all Christians to confront and dismantle the nuclear monster that has been destroying lives, countries, communities, while causing millions of people to suffer and die. The nuclear industry is based on lies, secrets and coverups, plus almost total control of the mass media, regulators, and nuclear scientists who are all controlled by $$$ and the power of fear plus intimidation.

If an 82 year old nun can stand up and do this, what about us? What are we doing? What are we standing for? Those who will stand for nothing end up condemning the world to the worst horrors imaginable.

82 Year Old Nun – Megan Gillespie Rice – Breaks Into Nuclear Plant, Splatters Blood On Walls – Why? via @AGreenRoad
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/09/82-year-old-sister-megan-gillespie-rice.html

1,000 US Foreign Military Bases In Foreign Countries – 2 Trillion Dollars And Rising Cost


Abby Martin goes over the effect of prolonged US military presence in bases all over the world, highlighting the case of Okinawa, Japan, which has hosted over 60 years of US occupation and thousands of young troops who are almost immune from prosecution against crimes committed on the island.

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The USA has more military bases in foreign countries with more troops, than most other countries have in their entire military based on their own soil. Why is the US still building new military bases overseas, when the Cold War is over and done with? 

In the video below, massive local protests against a new US military naval base are featured. Bet you do not hear about this on the corporate controlled mass media news…



Could this expansion of new military bases globally have something to do with the imperial takeover of the whole world, via the US military industrial complex that President Eisenhower warned as about? Why is this new base construction all around the world happening at a time when the US could use jobs and stimulus here at home?

Peace, War, Human Rights, Justice, Prisons
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How do foreign military bases benefit the US in terms of creating jobs and stimulating the economy. Doesn’t it seem like these military bases create a huge sucking sound, transferring wealth to all of these foreign countries? Who benefits and profits in the US other than the global military industrial complex? Are they hiding their profits overseas along with the military bases?


Global Corporations And The 1%; Art And Science Of Deception
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/corporations-art-and-science-of.html

Why does the US still need these military bases when the ‘Cold War’ is over, and the war on terrorism does not require them, other than to threaten the host countries, terrorize the citizens and create environmental as well as cultural destruction in every location where they are placed?


1,000 US Foreign Military Bases In Foreign Countries –            2 Trillion Dollars And Rising Cost; via@AGreenRoad
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2013/09/1000-us-foreign-military-bases-in.html

“Do not go where the path may lead – Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” Emerson

A Green Road Magazine – Detailing The Science Of Sustainable Health. What benefits seven future generations, and causes no harm? 

Access videos and articles by clicking on the Pages link in left upper corner, or type in your search words in search box at top right side corner, at;
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/?view=magazine

About A Green Road…
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/green-road-blog-home-page.html 

Spiritual, Interfaith, Consciousness; How To Create Heaven On Earth
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/spiritualinterfaithconsciousness.html

Holistic Living And Green Energy
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/green-energy-green-living.html

Exploring the Inner and Outer Mysteries of Life
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/mystery.html

Peace, War, Human Rights, Justice, Prisons
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/human-rightsjusticeprisons.html

Drugs, Medicine and GMO’s
http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/p/natural-health-drugs-medicine.html

Global Corporations And The 1%; Art And Science Of Deception
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Nuclear Accidents, Recycling Nuclear Weapons/Fuel
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Global Corporations And The 1%; Art And Science Of Deception
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Individual Radioactive Elements/Isotopes, USA Radiation Exposure Prevention and Reversal, Music
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Low Dose Radiation Dangers/Symptoms For Children And Adults
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Uranium Mining and Enrichment – Nuclear Bomb -Nuclear Fuel Manufacturing
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Low Level Nuclear Radiation In Food And Water
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Effects Of Internal Low Level Nuclear Radiation
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Animals and Low Level Radiation Effects
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Nuclear Reactor Recertification
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Long Term Storage Of Nuclear Fuel, Nuclear Waste
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Why All Nuclear Power Plants Must Be Shut Down
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The Domino Effect, The Butterfly Dynamic And Why All Civilizations Fall Eventually

A domino can knock over another domino about 1.5x larger than itself. A chain of dominos of increasing size makes a kind of mechanical chain reaction that starts with a tiny push and knocks down an impressively larger dominos. 


A tiny domino that can hardly seen, can ultimately knock over a domino larger than the sun, if one could build dominos that large and stack them in order properly. The original idea for this video came from Lorne Whitehead, American Journal of Physics, Vol. 51, page 182 (1983).


The first domino may only be an a subatomic particle inside of an atom, which then bumps into an atom, which bumps into a molecole, which bumps into a small nano sized dust mote, which then bumps into; you get the picture. Or, it could be something unforeseen which has major repercussions, such as the Carrington Effect, combined with loss of power on a global basis, which then results in 400 nuclear power plants melting down.


Super Solar Storm To Hit Earth – ‘Carrington Effect’; 400 Nuke Plants Will Melt Down/Explode; via A Green Road Blog http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2012/03/super-solar-storm-predicted-to-hit-2013.html


Theoretically, a person knew which way a chaotic stream of events was going to happen, they could start a hurricane by blowing a certain direction with their breath, in an outdoor park. A butterfly could also initiate a hurricane. 

Wikipedia says that; “In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change at one place in a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large differences in a later state. The name of the effect, coined by Edward Lorenz, is derived from the theoretical example of a hurricane’s formation being contingent on whether or not a distant butterfly had flapped its wings several weeks earlier.
Although the butterfly effect may appear to be an esoteric and unlikely behavior, it is exhibited by very simple systems. For example, a ball placed at the crest of a hill may roll into any surrounding valley depending on, among other things, slight differences in initial position.
The butterfly effect is a common trope in fiction, especially in scenarios involving time travel. Additionally, works of fiction that involve points at which the storyline diverges during a seemingly minor event, resulting in a significantly different outcome than would have occurred without the divergence, are an example of the butterfly effect.
The phrase refers to the idea that a butterfly’s wings might create tiny changes in the atmosphere that may ultimately alter the path of a tornado or delay, accelerate or even prevent the occurrence of a tornado in another location. Note that the butterfly does not power or directly create the tornado. The flap of the wings is a part of the initial conditions; one set of conditions leads to a tornado while the other set of conditions doesn’t. 
The flapping wing represents a small change in the initial condition of the system, which causes a chain of events leading to large-scale alterations of events (compare: domino effect). 
Had the butterfly not flapped its wings, the trajectory of the system might have been vastly different – it’s possible that the set of conditions without the butterfly flapping its wings is the set that leads to a tornado.

The butterfly effect in the Lorenz attractor
time 0 ≤ t ≤ 30 (larger) z coordinate (larger)
TwoLorenzOrbits.jpg LorenzCoordinatesSmall.jpg
These figures show two segments of the three-dimensional evolution of two trajectories (one in blue, the other in yellow) for the same period of time in the Lorenz attractor starting at two initial points that differ by only 10−5 in the x-coordinate. Initially, the two trajectories seem coincident, as indicated by the small difference between the z coordinate of the blue and yellow trajectories, but for t > 23 the difference is as large as the value of the trajectory. The final position of the cones indicates that the two trajectories are no longer coincident at t = 30.
Java animation of the Lorenz attractor shows the continuous evolution.

The butterfly effect is most familiar in terms of weather; it can easily be demonstrated in standard weather prediction models, for example.[5]


The potential for sensitive dependence on initial conditions (the butterfly effect) has been studied in a number of cases in semiclassical and quantum physics including atoms in strong fields and the anisotropic Kepler problem.[6][7] 


Some authors have argued that extreme (exponential) dependence on initial conditions is not expected in pure quantum treatments;[8][9] however, the sensitive dependence on initial conditions demonstrated in classical motion is included in the semiclassical treatments developed by Martin Gutzwiller[10] and Delos and co-workers.[11]


Other authors suggest that the butterfly effect can be observed in quantum systems. Karkuszewski et al. consider the time evolution of quantum systems which have slightly different Hamiltonians. They investigate the level of sensitivity of quantum systems to small changes in their given Hamiltonians.[12]Poulin et al. presented a quantum algorithm to measure fidelity decay, which “measures the rate at which identical initial states diverge when subjected to slightly different dynamics”. 
They consider fidelity decay to be “the closest quantum analog to the (purely classical) butterfly effect”.[13] Whereas the classical butterfly effect considers the effect of a small change in the position and/or velocity of an object in a givenHamiltonian system, the quantum butterfly effect considers the effect of a small change in the Hamiltonian system with a given initial position and velocity.[14][15] 
This quantum butterfly effect has been demonstrated experimentally.[16] Quantum and semiclassical treatments of system sensitivity to initial conditions are known as quantum chaos.[8][14]
Chaos reigns in Nature, but in a good way. For example, if a rabbit population goes out of control, that is not good in the long term for either the rabbits or the environment they live in, because they will destroy it totally if allowed to continue, so a group of predators will come in from other regions, enough to take out the excess that is causing unbalance. Or a disease will infect 90% or more of the rabbits. Or most of the overpopulated lemmings will get the urge to run off a nearby cliff. 
These natural overpopulation reducing schemes are all chaotic in Nature. But within the chaotic means and variety of methods by which they happen, they all serve to bring back into balance what was out of balance. 
The form of a collapse in any population of animals or humans takes the shape of a bell curve, or even a sharp mountain peak wave, with all populations of predator and prey reaching equilibrium eventually and staying there over the LONG term. 

Normalized Gaussian curves with expected value μ and varianceσ2. The corresponding parameters are a = 1/(σ√(2π)), b = μ, c = σ

Chaos reigns in human civilizations as well. The same laws that cause the collapse or extreme reduction in animal overpopulations also exist in human societies. 
Civilizations have risen and fallen throughout all time, since humans became more than simple animals, subject totally to the chaotic whims of Nature. Our modern global society is not immune to the forces of chaotic Nature which will eventually serve to reduce the overpopulated planet to a sustainable level, whatever that is. 
Wikipedia; “Societal collapse usually refers to the disappearance of human societies along with their life support systems. Societal collapse broadly includes both quite abrupt societal failures typified by collapses (such as that of the Mayan Civilization), as well as more extended gradual declines of superpowers (like theRoman empire in Western Europe). The general subject arises in anthropology, history, sociology,politics and other fields, and more recently in complex systems science.
What distinguishes the more dramatic failures of human societies, seeming to deserve the term “collapse”, from less dramatic long term decline is not widely agreed on. The subject may include any other long term decline of a culture, its civil institutions or other major characteristics of it as a society or acivilization.
Common factors that may contribute to societal collapse are economic, environmental, social and cultural, but they manifest combined effects like a whole system out of balance. In some cases a natural disaster (e.g. tsunami, earthquake, massive fire or climate change) may seem to be an immediate cause. Other factors such as a Malthusian catastrophe, overpopulation or resource depletion might be the proximate cause of collapse. 
Significant inequity may combine with lack of loyalty to a central power structure and result in an oppressed lower class rising up and taking power from a smaller wealthy elite. The diversity of forms that societies evolve corresponds to diversity in their failures too.
Population dynamics
In the general study of cultural change and population dynamics, a whole system displays complex ecosystem changes. Organizational adaptability relates importantly to organizational diversity.
Several key features of human societal collapse can be related to population dynamics[1]
Reversion/Simplification: A society’s adaptive capacity may be reduced by either a rapid change in population or societal complexity, destabilizing its institutions and causing massive shifts in population and other social dynamics. 
In cases of collapse civilizations tend to revert to less complex, less centralized socio-political forms using simpler technology. These are characteristics of a Dark Age. Examples of such societal collapse are: the Hittite Empire, the Mycenaean civilization, the Western Roman Empire, the Mauryan and Gupta Empires in India, the Mayas, the Angkor in Cambodia, and the Han and Tang dynasties in China.
Incorporation/Absorption: Alternately, a society may be gradually incorporated into a more dynamic, more complex inter-regional social structure. This happened in Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, theLevantine cultures, the Mughal and Delhi Sultanates in India, Sung China, the Aztec culture in Mesoamerica, the Inca culture in South America, and the modern civilizations of China, Japan, and India, as well as many modern states in the Middle East and Africa.
Other features
Destratification: Complex societies stratified on the basis of class, gender, race or some other salient factor become much more homogeneous or horizontally structured. In many cases past social stratification slowly becomes irrelevant following collapse and societies become more egalitarian.
Despecialization: One of the most characteristic features of complex civilizations (and in many cases the yardstick to measure complexity) is a high level of job specialization. The most complex societies are characterized by artisans and tradespeople who specialize intensely in a given task. 
Indeed, the rulers of many past societies were hyper-specialized priests or priestesses who were completely supported by the work of the lower classes. During societal collapse the social institutions supporting such specialization are removed and people tend to become more generalized in their work and daily habits.
Decentralization: As power becomes decentralized people tend to be more self-regimented and have many more personal freedoms. In many instances of collapse there is a slackening of social rules and etiquette. 
Geographically speaking, communities become more parochial or isolated. For example, following the collapse of the Mayan civilization many Maya returned to their traditional hamlets, moving away from the large cities that had been the centers of the empire.
Destructuralization: Epiphenomena, institutions, processes, and artifacts are all manifest in the archaeological record in abundance in large civilizations. After collapse, evidence of epiphenomena, institutions, and types of artifacts change dramatically as people are forced to adopt more self-sufficient lifestyles.
Depopulation: Societal collapse is almost always associated with a population decline. In extreme cases, the collapse in population is so severe that the society disappears entirely, such as happened with the Greenland Vikings, or a number of Polynesian islands. 
In less extreme cases, populations are reduced until a demographic balance is re-established between human societies and the depleted natural environment. A classic example is the case of Ancient Rome, which had a population of about 1.5 million during the reign of Trajan in the early 2nd century CE, but had only 15,000 inhabitants by the 9th century.
Foreign invasions
The decline of the Roman Empire is one of the events traditionally marking the end of Classical Antiquity and the beginning of the European Middle Ages. Throughout the 5th century, the Empire’s territories in western Europe and northwestern Africa, including Italy, fell to various invading or indigenous peoples in what is sometimes called the Barbarian invasions, although the eastern half still survived with borders essentially intact for another two centuries (until the Arab expansion). 
This view of the collapse of the Roman Empire is challenged, however, by modern historians who see Rome as merely transforming from the Western Empire into barbarian kingdoms as the Western Emperors delegated themselves out of existence, and the East transforming into the Byzantine Empire, which only fell in 1453 CE.
North Africa‘s populous and flourishing civilization collapsed after exhausting its resources in internal fighting and suffering devastation from the invasion of the Bedouin tribes of Banu Sulaym and Banu Hilal.[2] Ibn Khaldun noted that the lands ravaged by Banu Hilal invaders had become completely arid desert.[3]
In the brutal pillaging that followed Mongol invasions, the invaders decimated the populations of China, Russia, the Middle East, and Islamic Central Asia. Later Mongol leaders, such as Timur, though he himself became a Muslim, destroyed many cities, slaughtered thousands of people and did irreparable damage to the ancient irrigation systems of Mesopotamia. These invasions transformed a civil society to a nomadic one.[4]
Encounters between European explorers and populations in the rest of the world often introduced localepidemics of extraordinary virulence. Smallpox ravaged Mexico in the 1520s, killing 150,000 inTenochtitlán alone, including the emperor, and Peru in the 1530s, aiding the European conquerors.[5]Some believe that the death of up to 95% of the Native American population of the New World was caused by Old World diseases.[6]
Theories
The coupled breakdown of economic, cultural and social institutions with ecological relationships is perhaps the most common feature of collapse. The most accessible and thorough discussions of the subject are the review of the scientific anthropology literature by J.A. Tainter and the popular but thorough book of similar title by Jared Diamond.
According to Jared Diamond’s theory, there are five interconnected occurrences that may reinforce each other: non-sustainable exploitation of resources, climate changes, diminishing support from friendly societies, hostile neighbors, and inappropriate attitudes for change.[7]
Joseph Tainter theorizes that societies essentially exhausted their own designs, and were unable to adapt to natural diminishing returns for what they knew as their method of survival. It matches closelyToynbee’s idea that “they find problems they can’t solve”.
Linking social/environmental dynamics
Modern social critics commonly interpret things like sedentary social behavior as symptomatic of societal decay, and link what appears to be laziness with the depletion of important non-renewable resources. However, many primitive cultures also have high degrees of leisure, so if that is a cause in one place it may not be in another—leisure or apparent laziness is then not a sufficient cause.
What produces modern sedentary life, unlike nomadic hunter-gatherers, is extraordinary modern economic productivity. Tainter argues that exceptional productivity is actually more the sign of hidden weakness, both because of a society’s dependence on it, and its potential to undermine its own basis for success by not being self limiting as demonstrated in Western culture’s ideal of perpetual growth.
As a population grows and technology makes it easier to exploit depleting resources, the environment’sdiminishing returns are hidden from view. Societal complexity is then potentially threatened if it develops beyond what is actually sustainable, and a disorderly reorganization were to follow. The scissors model of Malthusian collapse, where the population grows without limit and resources do not, is the idea of great opposing environmental forces cutting into each other.
For the modern world economy, for example, the growing conflict between food and fuel, depending on many of the same finite and diminishing resources is visible in the recent major commodity price shocks. It is one of the key relationships people, since the early studies of the Club of Rome, have been most concerned with.
Energy return on energy invested theories
A related economic model is proposed by Thomas Homer-Dixon[8] and by Charles Hall[9] in relation to our declining productivity of energy extraction, or energy return on energy invested (EROEI). This measures the amount of surplus energy a society gets from using energy to obtain energy.
There would be no surplus if EROEI approaches 1:1. What Hall showed is that the real cutoff is well above that, estimated to be 3:1 to sustain the essential overhead energy costs of a modern society. Part of the mental equation is that the EROEI of our generally preferred energy source, petroleum, has fallen in the past century from 100:1 to the range of 10:1 with clear evidence that the natural depletion curves all are downward decay curves. An EROEI of more than ~3, then, is what appears necessary to provide the energy for societally important tasks, such as maintaining government, legal and financial institutions, a transportation infrastructure, manufacturing, building construction and maintenance and the life styles of the rich and poor that a society depends on.
The EROEI figure also affects the number of people needed for sustainable food production. In the pre-modern world, it was often the case that 80% of the population was employed in agriculture to feed a population of 100%, with a low energy budget. In modern times, the use of cheap fossil fuels with an exceedingly high EROEI enabled 100% of the population to be fed with only 4% of the population employed in agriculture. Diminishing EROEI making fuel more expensive relative to other things may require food to be produced using less energy, and so increases the number of people employed in food production again.
Models of societal response
According to Joseph Tainter[10] (1990), too many scholars offer facile explanations of societal collapse by assuming one or more of the following three models in the face of collapse:
The Dinosaur, a large-scale society in which resources are being depleted at an exponential rate and yet nothing is done to rectify the problem because the ruling elite are unwilling or unable to adapt to those resources’ reduced availability: In this type of society, rulers tend to oppose any solutions that diverge from their present course of action. They will favor intensification and commit an increasing number of resources to their present plans, projects, and social institutions.
The Runaway Train, a society whose continuing function depends on constant growth (cf.Frederick Jackson Turner‘s Frontier Thesis): This type of society, based almost exclusively on acquisition (e.g., pillage or exploitation), cannot be sustained indefinitely. 
The Assyrian andMongol Empires, for example, both fractured and collapsed when no new conquests were forthcoming.Tainter argues that capitalism can be seen as an example of the Runaway Train model in thatgenerally accepted accounting practices require publicly traded companies, along with many privately held ones, to exhibit growth as measured at some fixed interval (often three months). 
Moreover, the ethos of consumerism on the demand side and the practice of planned obsolescence on the supply side encourage the purchase of an ever-increasing number of goods and services even when resource extraction and food production are unsustainable if continued at current levels.
The House of Cards, a society that has grown to be so large and include so many complex social institutions that it is inherently unstable and prone to collapse. 
This type of society has been seen with particular frequency among Eastern bloc and other communist nations, in which all social organizations are arms of the government or ruling party, such that the government must either stifle association wholesale (encouraging dissent and subversion) or exercise less authority than it asserts (undermining its legitimacy in the public eye).
By contrast, as Alexis de Tocqueville observed, when voluntary and private associations are allowed to flourish and gain legitimacy at an institutional level, they complement and often even supplant governmental functions: 
They provide a “safety valve” for dissent, assist with resource allocation, provide for social experimentation without the need for governmental coercion, and enable the public to maintain confidence in society as a whole even during periods of governmental weakness.
Tainter’s critique
Tainter argues that these models, though superficially useful, cannot severally or jointly account for all instances of societal collapse. Often they are seen as interconnected occurrences that reinforce each other.
Ahu Tongariki near Rano Raraku, a 15-moai ahu excavated and restored in the 1990s
For example, the failure of Easter Island‘s leaders to remedy rapid ecological deterioration (“Dinosaur”) cannot be understood without reference to the other models above. The islanders, who erected large statues called moai as a form of religious reverence to their ancestors, used felled trees as rollers to transport them. 
Because the islanders firmly believed that their displays of reverence would lead to increased future prosperity, they had a deeply entrenched incentive to intensify moai production (“Runaway Train”). 
Because Easter Island’s geographic isolation made its resources hard to replenish and made the balance of its overall ecosystem very delicate (“House of Cards”), deforestation led to soil erosion and insufficient resources to build boats for fishing or tools for hunting. 
Competition for dwindling resources resulted in warfare and many casualties (an additional “Runaway Train” iteration). Together these events led to the collapse of the civilization, but no single factor above provides an adequate account.
Mainstream interpretations of the history of Easter Island also include the slave raiders who abducted a large proportion of the population and epidemics that killed most of the survivors (see Easter Island History#Destruction of society and population.) Again, no single point explains the collapse; only a complex and integrated view can do so.
Tainter’s position is that social complexity is a recent and comparatively anomalous occurrence requiring constant support. He asserts that collapse is best understood by grasping four axioms. In his own words (p. 194):
human societies are problem-solving organizations;
sociopolitical systems require energy for their maintenance;
increased complexity carries with it increased costs per capita; and
investment in sociopolitical complexity as a problem-solving response reaches a point of declining marginal returns.
With these facts in mind, collapse can simply be understood as a loss of the energy needed to maintain social complexity. Collapse is thus the sudden loss of social complexity, stratification, internal and external communication and exchange, and productivity.
Toynbee’s theory of decay
The British historian Arnold J. Toynbee, in his 12-volume magnum opus A Study of History (1961), theorized that all civilizations pass through several distinct stages: genesis, growth, time of troubles, universal state, and disintegration. (Carroll Quigley would expand on this theory in his The Evolution of Civilizations.)
Toynbee argues that the breakdown of civilizations is not caused by loss of control over the environment, over the human environment, or attacks from outside. Rather, ironically, societies that develop great expertise in problem solving become incapable of solving new problems by overdeveloping their structures for solving old ones.
The fixation on the old methods of the “Creative Minority” leads it to eventually cease to be creative and degenerates into merely a “Dominant minority” (that forces the majority to obey without meriting obedience), failing to recognize new ways of thinking. He argues that creative minorities deteriorate due to a worship of their “former self,” by which they become prideful, and fail to adequately address the next challenge they face.
He argues that the ultimate sign a civilization has broken down is when the dominant minority forms a “Universal State,” which stifles political creativity. He states:
“First the Dominant Minority attempts to hold by force – against all right and reason – a position of inherited privilege which it has ceased to merit; and then the Proletariat repays injustice with resentment, fear with hate, and violence with violence when it executes its acts of secession. 
Yet the whole movement ends in positive acts of creation – and this on the part of all the actors in the tragedy of disintegration. The Dominant Minority creates a universal state, the Internal Proletariat a universal church, and the External Proletariat a bevy of barbarian war-bands. ”
He argues that, as civilizations decay, they form an “Internal Proletariat” and an “External Proletariat.” The Internal proletariat is held in subjugation by the dominant minority inside the civilization, and grows bitter; the external proletariat exists outside the civilization in poverty and chaos, and grows envious. He argues that as civilizations decay, there is a “schism in the body social,” whereby:
abandon and self-control together replace creativity, and
truancy and martyrdom together replace discipleship by the creative minority.
He argues that in this environment, people resort to archaism (idealization of the past), futurism(idealization of the future), detachment (removal of oneself from the realities of a decaying world), andtranscendence (meeting the challenges of the decaying civilization with new insight, as a Prophet). 
He argues that those who Transcend during a period of social decay give birth to a new Church with new and stronger spiritual insights, around which a subsequent civilization may begin to form after the old has died.
Toynbee’s use of the word ‘church’ refers to the collective spiritual bond of a common worship, or the same unity found in some kind of social order.
The great irony expressed by these and others like them is that civilizations that seem ideally designed to creatively solve problems find themselves doing so self-destructively.
Systems science
Researchers, as yet, have very little ability to identify internal structures of large distributed systems like human societies, which is an important scientific problem. Genuine structural collapse seems, in many cases, the only plausible explanation supporting the idea that such structures exist. 
However, until they can be concretely identified, scientific inquiry appears limited to the construction of scientific narratives,[11] using systems thinking for careful story telling about systemic organization and change.
History includes many examples of the appearance and disappearance of human societies with no obvious explanation. The abrupt dissolution of the Soviet Union in the course of a few months, without any external attack, was evidently caused by some kind of structural change in its internal complex system.
Although a societal collapse is generally an endpoint for the administration of a culture’s social and economic life, societal collapse can also be seen as simple a change of administration within the same culture. 
Russian culture would seem to have outlived both the society of Imperial Russia and the society of the Soviet Union, for example. Frequently the societal collapse phenomenon is also a process of decentralization of authority after a ‘classic’ period of centralized social order, perhaps replaced by competing centers as the central authority weakens. 
For example, the black plague contributed to breaking the hold of European feudal society on its underclass in the 15th century, societal failure may also result in a degree of empowerment for the lower levels of a former climax society, who escape from the burden of onerous taxes and control by exploitative elites.
Societal collapse antidotes
The general “antidote” to collapse is resilience, based in part on social cohesion, economic sustainability and adaptive capacity.[12]
Examples of civilizations and societies that have collapsed
By Reversion/Simplification
Hittite Empire
By Incorporation/Absorption
Tokugawa Shogunate of Japan, ending with the Meiji Restoration
Places that are believed to represent past “societal collapses”[edit source | editbeta]
Norse colony on Greenland
See also
Malthusian and environmental collapse themes
Behavioral sink – rat colony collapse
Drivers of collapse used to be limited for the most part to individual countries or regions, with a few notable exceptions, such as the Ice Ages, huge meteor strikes and super mega volcanic eruptions, which were global population reduction methods, of all populations on Earth, including human ones. 

But now, for the first time in recorded history, humans have voluntarily added another global life extinction method of their own volition; nuclear power plants. 

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Will humanity avoid the fate of the Greek story about the boy who flew too close to the sun, and due to having wax wings, the sun melted the wings and he fell to his death? Nuclear power plants and nuclear weapons are like the wings made of wax.

The hubris of nuclear experts will not overcome the power of natural events, such as 9.0 earthquakes, huge tsunamis, and Carrington Events, just to name a few of the many things that bring down nuclear power plants.

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Broken Arrows- Since 1950, 32 Nuclear Weapon Accidents Inside The USA



Since 1950, there have been 32 nuclear weapon accidents, known as “Broken Arrows.” Numerous people died, many were injured and dozens of areas were contaminated via airborne contamination from these radioactive sources. 

Eventually, one of these accidents will go all nuclear, and the mushroom cloud that is shown at the end of the first nuclear bomb test video above, will be something that will be seen inside the US, with a good chance that it will be near or inside of a city. The videos that follow, explore and explain the 32 nuclear accidents around nuclear weapons that have happened since 1950. Enjoy!






Since 1950, inside the United States, there have been 32 nuclear weapon accidents, known as “Broken Arrows.” Numerous people died, many people were injured and dozens of areas were contaminated via airborne contamination from these radioactive sources. 
A Broken Arrow is defined as an unexpected event involving nuclear weapons that result in the accidental launching, firing, detonating, theft or loss of the weapon. To date, six nuclear weapons have been lost and never recovered.
Now, recently declassified documents reveal the history and secrecy surrounding the events known as “Broken Arrows”.
There have been 32 nuclear weapon accidents since 1950. Six of these nuclear weapons have been lost and never recovered. What does this say about our defense system? What does this mean to our threatened environment? What do we do to rectify these monumental “mistakes”? 
Using spectacular special effects, newly uncovered and recently declassified footage, filmmaker Peter Kuran explores the accidents, incidents and exercises in the secret world of nuclear weapons.
Part II
Close to the town of Albaquerque, New Mexico, a hydrogen bomb was accidentally dropped. If it had gone off, say goodbye to the whole town. As it was, the explosives part of the bomb went off, but the nuclear part did not trigger. 
Another nuclear bomb was accidentally dropped in Florence South Carolina, exploding on impact, but not triggering the nuclear part of the device. It destroyed a home and almost killed a man living there, who was in the garage at the time. The bomb created a 30 foot deep crater hole, which was never filled in. No tadpoles, fish or anything else has ever been seen in the pond that is now there. Obviously, radioactive elements escaped, but were never dealt with. 
Part III
A nuclear bomb drops accidentally near Goldsboro North Carolina, and five of the six safety devices designed to keep the bomb from going off had failed. Only one safety device left out of six, prevented a 20 megaton nuclear bomb from detonating. 
“The U.S. Air Force nearly detonated an atomic bomb over North Carolina in 1961 that would have been 260 times more powerful than the device that destroyed Hiroshima, according to a declassified report published Friday in The Guardian.… only a single low-voltage switch prevented detonation. Fallout could have been deposited over Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York City, according to the report….… [Investigative reporter Eric] Schlosser told the newspaper … “We were told there was no possibility of these weapons accidentally detonating, yet here’s one that very nearly did.”
In Yuba City, a B-52 crashed with nuclear weapons aboard. The two bombs were destroyed completely, but did not explode, but the radioactivity contaminated the area. 
See Youtube for parts 4-6..
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