Daily Archives: June 19, 2011

Help the Cause * Dutchsinse is Multi-Talented * Listen to His Song

Who knew Dutchsinse had so many talents…

Be a Champion — by ‘Just Bryn’ / produced by Dutchsinse & Jud Mahoney (uk)

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If you want to help support my cause…. THIS is what I worked on these past several months.. download and share it! hope you all like it :^)

Just Bryn singing “Be a champion”

download the song for free @ my blog:

http://www.dutchsinse.com/blog/?page_id=939

If you want to help support my work.. you can try to get this song “on the air”… i.e.. radio!

If this song/album sells.. I will be able to do my video work full time with no worries!!!! please help share this song ANY way you can.

Free for distribution and re-download.

This is just ONE of the several awesome songs I co-produced with Jud Mahoney over in the UK. Download and share it — and again, please.. request this song by Just Bryn to be played by your local radio station!!!!

Im serious!

These video shots are from the Radiation measurement road trip , june 2011

much love

dutchsinse

Everyone who has been helped by Dutchsinse’s work remember while you listen to this beautiful rendition.

Nebraska Nuclear Event or Overt Cover Up?

I am more interested in what Dutchsinse discovers at he reports he will be taking readings…

6/18/2011 — ☢ Nebraska ‘meltdown’ rumors — going up to take measurements ☢

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Too many unasked and unanswered questions linger via ‘official’s reports’…

Flooded Nebraska Nuclear Plant lifts media blackout about meltdown

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OMAHA, Neb. — Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman toured the flooded Missouri River this week and saw the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant, seemingly inundated by water.

The same image that the governor saw reached the Internet and had led to a wave of rumors. But Omaha Public Power District officials said the images don’t tell the whole story.

They said the flood water pumped into a giant donut around the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant was put there to keep flood water out. Officials called it an “aqua berm.”

The OPPD showed videos taken almost two weeks ago to demonstrate the efforts to keep the facility dry.

“I want (people) to understand the plant is safe (and) will continue to be safe,” said Dave Bannister, an OPPD nuclear plant officer.

Officials said on Friday that the plant is on the lowest emergency status, but they are prepared if it rises another 10 feet.

“We have a lot of margin of where we are today. And, if things were to progress, we still have margins and actions to be able to address that,” Bannister said.

Officials said they also want to dispel the rumors going around the Internet about a possible nuclear meltdown.

OPPD Chief Executive Officer Gary Gates said, “It’s frustrating because some of the information is not right.”

In April, OPPD asked for a no fly zone over the plant because they shut down the reactor for routine refueling.

“It has nothing to do with radiation. There is no release of radiation from the site,” Bannister said.

Officials said the situation is totally different than the nuclear power plant in Japan that was hit by both earthquake and tsunami. They said they are confident with weeks they’ve had to prepare.

“I can assure you a Fukushima event will not occur at Fort Calhoun,” Gates said.

OPPD said they will not restart the reactor until the river stabilizes.

Read more ketv.

Presently I would be more inclined to be prepared as this makes more sense than ‘official statements’…

Nebraska Governor Dispels Nuclear Meltdown Rumors In Ft. Calhoun Nuke SHTF FEMA GTFO

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Nebraska Governor Dispels Nuclear Meltdown Rumors In Ft. Calhoun Nuke Meltdown

OMAHA, Neb. — Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman toured the flooded Missouri River this week and saw the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant, seemingly inundated by water.

The same image that the governor saw reached the Internet and had led to a wave of rumors. But Omaha Public Power District officials said the images don’t tell the whole story.

They said the flood water pumped into a giant donut around the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant was put there to keep flood water out. Officials called it an “aqua berm.”

The OPPD showed videos taken almost two weeks ago to demonstrate the efforts to keep the facility dry.

“I want (people) to understand the plant is safe (and) will continue to be safe,” said Dave Bannister, an OPPD nuclear plant officer.

Officials said on Friday that the plant is on the lowest emergency status, but they are prepared if it rises another 10 feet.

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Be vigilant, the truth may just fallout!!!!