What would be the impact of either a natural or man-made electromagnetic pulse event in the United States on the nation’s 100 nuclear reactors? Is there a way to prevent the escape of radiation that would be generated by the meltdown of each reactor’s nuclear core should its backup generators, which hold at most a few weeks’ supply of fuel, stop functioning?
Ambassador Henry Cooper, former director of the Strategic Defense Initiative, in a new report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin, said there is a way to prevent such a catastrophic development. Cooper stressed that he is an advocate of nuclear power, but the U.S. needs to correct the vulnerability of the nation’s nuclear power plants and their interconnecting grid infrastructure. READ MORE