EVACUATE NOW!: This is Not a Drill

REUTERS / Denis Sinyakov - Forest fires hit areas remaining radioactive since the Chernobyl disaster in 1986.

REUTERS / Denis Sinyakov - Forest fires hit areas remaining radioactive since the Chernobyl disaster in 1986.

(San Francisco) – Russia is burning down this summer. The smoke is engulfing Moscow and the European Union. Embassies are emptying.

What’s the deal?

Thousands of forest fires are burning all over Russia. More importantly, the nuclear weapons factories and reactors around Mayak and the former Soviet Union’s Uranium Project are going up in smoke. The smoke is toxic and radioactive in every possible sense of the words.

Russian forest fires are burning down old H-Bomb factory areas and the Chernobyl poisoned woodlands. This holds the virtual certainty of at least 241,000,000 Lethal Doses of radioactivity becoming air borne during a fire. Due to peculiar nuclear forces the tiny ceramicized radioactive particles stay in the air for months
or even years till they are “rained out” by some form of precipitation.

Snowflake edges are particularly good scavengers of radioactive particles.

Two US Air Force C130s just flew into Moscow. Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab, or one of the seven other nuclear weapons labs in the US, are more than likely involved. Ask yourself this. What on earth could
have scared the Russian nuke forces enough to call in their old hated Cold War foe – the US Air Force – for help?

There is a simple way to let the people of the world know what is going on with airborne Chernobyl and Mayak data. We paid for all the data, anyway, whether Russian, American or European Union Data.

Free the Data. Release it to the InterNet all over the world and let people decide for themselves which country is safe enough for their families to live in.

If you are planning a trip to Europe or Russia – don’t go. If you are already there – leave immediately. If you have family or friends there – get them out if you can. This is not a drill. It is the real deal.

Another way to look at the Mayak national sacrifice zone in Russia is that the old Soviet Union manufactured 30,000 global thermonuclear weapons. There were numerous “accidents” at Mayak that weren’t supposed to happen and “officially” never did happen. The government lied, of course.

Russia burns, Mark Sircus, M.D.

Thousands of forest fires are burning in Russia around old H-Bomb factories.

The 1,000 sq km around the Mayak bomb factory is one of the most contaminated areas on Earth because the Mayak Uranium Project manufactured the most poisonous substances on Earth for the most lethal weapons on Earth.

Manufacturing thermonuclear weapons is a really nasty business. As far as Weapons of Mass Destruction goes, there are the real McCoy.

As of 8/15/2010 all personnel in Russia and the European Union are advised to evacuate immediately. I repeat. This is not a drill.  If you can’t leave, get your kids out. It may be too late already.

Next article in Russian Fire Series:UPDATE NO 1– EVACUATE NOW!: This is Not a Drill


1. Russia Burns, Mark Sircus, MD, http://tinyurl.com/3agtr23

2. Radioactive Contamination of the Techa River and its Effects Dmitriy Burmistrov*#, Mira Kossenko *) and Richard Wilson+) Research Center for Radiation Medicine, Chelyabinsk +) Harvard University, # now at Menzie-Cura and Associates Inc, Department of Physics, Harvard University, http://tinyurl.com/2ep4dma

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165 Responses to "EVACUATE NOW!: This is Not a Drill"

  1. Imelda  August 30, 2010 at 7:57 am

    Just two each bob : )))

  2. JS  August 19, 2010 at 2:35 pm

    This is pure fear-mongering, and a lame attempt to instill panic. Please, get a grip and do some research. You have no idea what you’re talking about. Based on reports from NASA <1% of the Chernobyl isotopes are in the trees. Even if that 1% were re-released into the atmosphere, the damage would be local – doubtfully any further west than Kiev or further East than Kazakhstan. And at that, we're talking about something only about 3x over normal background radiation.

    Moreover, prevailing winds are from the west, you fool. If you'd bothered to take a look at your satellite images, you could see that. Mayak is on the far side of the Urals. What on Earth are you thinking, calling for US personnel to evacuate from all of Europe? Does that include six timezones west in England, too?

    The entire EU doesn't need to be evacuated. That's the most idiotic thing I've read or heard all day. Please, do some research before you shoot your mouth off trying to scare people.

    • Imelda  August 19, 2010 at 3:33 pm

      I have to disagree with you over the wind direction. Yes the wether system was westerly, but that is changing, alot of our wind now is coming from an easterly direction, in British Isles. The weather systems are changing, the thermohaline circualion is slowing down, the ice caps melting is causing the water to become less saline and more freshwater, hence it carries less heat in the gulf stream, thus cooling the atmosphere. Organised chaoso versus natural chaos, or both.

    • Bob Nichols  August 19, 2010 at 4:58 pm


      You are really trying my patience. You can shoot off you mouth all you want, that is your right, I suppose. You can try to show off all you want.

      However, you are not at all entitled to your own facts.


      Now, Google, “Mayak” to start and try getting your facts straight. Get with the program.

      Bob Nichols

    • Imelda  August 19, 2010 at 6:17 pm

      Apologies for my spelling, sometimes i type too fast and don’t check before i post. It does look bad and slightly illiterate.

    • Mary  August 20, 2010 at 3:03 am

      “Get with the programm”. Sorry for my curiousity but does it’s meaning similar to “RTFM”?

    • Imelda  August 20, 2010 at 7:07 am

      Mary, you made me smile this morning(RTFM)lol and God knows i needed it 🙂

    • Mary  August 20, 2010 at 7:23 am

      Imelda, good to see girl smiling 🙂 Smile with us – we have good rains for 2 days now, so this oven is over.

      Somehow I dont’s see “reply” button under few messages, maybe here is fixed lenght of discussion. So will reply you here. Man can be enigmatic due to sooooo many reasons. Maybe he felt shy in another country. Maybe he wanted to impress and intrigue you. Maybe he indeed had access to fresh “state secrets” though in this case hard to understand how he could live outside Russia, there is restriction to leave country for 5 years if I’m not mistaken. Who knows but him…

    • Imelda  August 20, 2010 at 9:02 am

      They are strange guys these physicists, researching at European universities. This is going back to ’97, but ran into him again recently and when asked him about his thoughts on LHC he said,’ Ah, i know nothing about it’. tehe, very enigmatic indeed. My 19yr old son was with me, and he said ‘mum, I have always been convinced he was KGB and still his’ I suppose, who knows, only he and his government. 🙂

    • Imelda  August 20, 2010 at 9:04 am

      Also, it’s good to hear about the rains, some good news for a change; I wouldn’t like to imagine this choking smog. I’m smiling with you 🙂

    • JS  August 20, 2010 at 4:42 pm

      I googled Mayak. It’s on the other side of the Urals from Europe, right next to Ozersk. That’s not “my” fact, it’s a fact. Also, whether or not the winds are coming from the East today or yesterday in England, the prevailing wind is still from the West. It’s always from the West in Europe, between 30º and 60º North. That’s because of the jet stream. The jet stream is not shutting down at the moment, Imelda. It is still going from West to East in the Northern hemisphere, and it always will, whether there are ice caps or not, because the rotation of the planet creates something called the Coriolis Effect.

      As has been pointed out, 5 out of 6 Chernobyl cleanup workers survived. I’m not saying that it’s not bad for you; but to tell Americans to evacuate Western Europe is just plain irresponsible. That’s not trying to “show off”, it’s just common sense.

      And by the way, this “get with the program” and “capiche” stuff. What’s that, you try to sound like Tony Soprano when someone disputes what you’re saying?

    • Bob Nichols  August 20, 2010 at 6:08 pm


      This is Bob Nichols.

      “Always” is a mighty big word when you are trying to talk about the weather.

      You sure you want to stick with “Always?”

    • Bob Nichols  August 20, 2010 at 7:27 pm


      Yea, the wind actually blows every way there is in the EU.

      That is how DU and desert sand from Iraq ended up in high volume air filters at the Atomic Weapons Establishment in Aldernaston, England, in only nine days from Pres George Bush’s Shock and Awe Bombing of Baghdad.

      This documented wind from the Iraq desert exposed everybody along the way to poisonous uranium oxide. That would be hundreds of millions of people in the EU. They are mostly shooting blanks now, too. Those countries are extinct.

      They got an average of 22 million DU particles in their lungs in 5 weeks.

      Ain’t war grand on civilians?

      Bob Nichols

    • RAFE OBRIEN  August 21, 2010 at 12:20 am

      Can’t be worse than 18 months in Viet Nam. But did remind me to go pee.
      The Alpha and Omega! But King O is resting again; He will take care of all that have been dooped!

    • Imelda  August 21, 2010 at 6:14 am

      Well, isn’t that strange JS, because according to scientists in 2008, it had been slowing down since 2001, and their fear was that if it stopped, then within minimum 10 yrs, Britain, Ireland and Scandanavia would be frozen over. Now, they are saying different, however, with the El Nino weather system expected to move in again, well, they may have to take that back. Time will tell.

    • Imelda  August 21, 2010 at 6:39 am

      JS maybe we should all be sceptical, what follows is a report from the same solar physicist 4yrs apart:

      May 10, 2006: The Sun’s Great Conveyor Belt has slowed to a record-low crawl, according to research by NASA solar physicist David Hathaway. “It’s off the bottom of the charts,” he says. “This has important repercussions for future solar activity.”

      Then on March 12, 2010 he reported the exact opposite:

      March 12, 2010: In today’s issue of Science, NASA solar physicist David Hathaway reports that the top of the sun’s Great Conveyor Belt has been running at record-high speeds for the past five years.

      Yes, i know, these particular comments refer to the sun’s conveyor, not the oceans.

    • Imelda  August 21, 2010 at 6:44 am

      However,At present the influx of fresher water has been distributed throughout the water column. But at some point, fresh water may begin to pile up at the surface of the North Atlantic. When that occurs, the Conveyor could slow down or cease operating.

      Signs of a possible slowdown already exist. A 2001 report in Nature indicates that the flow of cold, dense water from the Norwegian and Greenland Seas into the North Atlantic has diminished by at least 20 percent since 1950.5

    • Imelda  August 21, 2010 at 7:02 am

      JS, also this as follows

      Is the Atlantic conveyor belt shutting down now?
      On 1 December 2005, a team of scientists from NERC collaborative centre, the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, reported in Nature that the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, or Atlantic conveyor belt seems to have weakened by about 30% in the last decade or so.

      The team analysed measurements taken along a line at about 25°N from the Bahamas to Morocco in 2004, and compared these to measurements taken along approximately this line in 1957, 1981, 1992 and 1998. The results suggest that the Gulf Stream flow across 25°N has remained nearly constant in this period, but the Meridional Overturning Circulation has slowed from about 20Sv in 1957 to 14Sv in 2004.

    • Imelda  August 21, 2010 at 7:27 am

      Also JS,
      Global warming is slowing down the ocean current that carries warm waters from the tropics to the North Atlantic, scientists say.
      But British scientists say their new findings indicate that the threat of an ice age looks all too real for northern Europe and marine animals.
      Researchers at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, England, found that the flow of warm ocean currents toward northwest Europe has declined by 30 percent since the 1950s. The research, to be published tomorrow in the journal Nature, is based on data collected in a great swath of the Atlantic between West Africa and Florida.
      I have to say i am sceptical of scientists who are bought and paid for by governments threatening to pull their funding if they don’t publish what they want them to, and there is a worrying trend of this in the US.It pays to not take heed of the first 20 articles that come along.

    • Imelda  August 21, 2010 at 7:39 am

      Although on a personal note,JS, I’ll go for it slowing, because of recent times, when the sun is not visible, the temperatures can drop very low. Even at night it is much colder than it would normally be, even after a very hot day. Atmospheric cooling is most definately happening and the heat released by the gulf stream is what warms our atmosphere in Ireland, and something is changing, and nobody needs a scientist to tell them that.

    • Imelda  August 21, 2010 at 8:36 am

      Ah, JS, sorry but you are wrong,i misread you,the jet stream did indeed come to a standstill recently.But as you know there are a number of ‘streams’ that have a nock on effect on our climate:
      Raging wildfires in western Russia have reportedly doubled average daily death rates in Moscow. Diluvial rains over northern Pakistan are surging south – the UN reports that 6 million have been affected by the resulting floods.
      It now seems that these two apparently disconnected events have a common cause. They are linked to the heatwave that killed more than 60 in Japan, and the end of the warm spell in western Europe. The unusual weather in the US and Canada last month also has a similar cause.
      According to meteorologists monitoring the atmosphere above the northern hemisphere, unusual holding patterns in the jet stream are to blame. As a result, weather systems sat still. Temperatures rocketed and rainfall reached extremes.

      Renowned for its influence on European and Asian weather, the jet stream flows between 7 and 12 kilometres above ground. In its basic form it is a current of fast-moving air …

    • Imelda  August 21, 2010 at 8:41 am

      JS, it was in New Scientist you should be able to find it, this is the heading: Frozen jet stream links Pakistan floods, Russian fires

  3. Old MSgt  August 19, 2010 at 7:37 am

    Yawn. We didn’t evacuate the US for aboveground nuclear testing. Worry about the (many) other things much more likely to kill you instead.

  4. oneStarman - Walla Walla, WA  August 19, 2010 at 4:54 am

    LAST YEAR at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in the Center of Washington State a large brush fire on a highly radioactively contaminated area sent radioactive smoke into the prevailing winds to be spread across most of the country. Of course, because you are in America you were not informed. This year – because gigantic tanks of liquid radioactive waste cannot be contained – they are being paved over. Out of sight – out of our minds.

  5. ow lafaye  August 18, 2010 at 9:34 pm

    A 90% reduction in the earth’s population will have a salubrious effect on the continuation of the species and will almost guarantee a peaceful world. That 10% just might be able to hang onto present technology without having to resort to the hunter/gatherer mode as has been the case in the past.

    I am perfectly willing to die of a worldwide calamity such as you folks describe, especially at my age.

    Think of the children…bow to what is now inevitable…this is only the beginning.

  6. Jonas  August 18, 2010 at 3:50 pm

    Even the David Icke site forum have debunked this. Very lame.

    • Rob Record  August 18, 2010 at 8:37 pm

      I don’t think hey have ‘debunked’ it..


    • Imelda  August 19, 2010 at 7:16 am

      You go to David Ickes forums? I live in British Isles and as far as Icke may speak the truth regarding some things; what i see is a man who is getting rich while his audience sleeps, it’s entertainment for them, that’s all.

  7. Daniel  August 18, 2010 at 11:59 am

    Bob Nichols, thanks for writing this doomsday article. Thank God you have such a small following on the Internet and few people read this shit that you call “news”. You’ve recycled news on the net and just added a big dose of stupidity. You’re article has Russians begging for America to come save the day with the recommendation for all people in Russia and Europe to evacuate. Where should they evacuate to, America? Asia? What a joke.

    Like if America was burning like Russia is, America would be able to handle this situation significantly better. Look at Katrina and the gulf oil spill. By writing worthless crap like this article, you’ve managed to scare my family and others into this “evacuate now while you are still alive” nonsense.

    I love how you’ve attracted doomsday Christian’s to your site too talking about Babylon and this triggering the Lord’s return.

    You are worthless.

    • oneStarman - Walla Walla, WA  August 19, 2010 at 5:00 am

      LAST YEAR at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in the Center of Washington State a large brush fire on a highly radioactively contaminated area sent radioactive smoke into the prevailing winds to be spread across most of the country. Of course, because you are in America you were not informed. This year – because gigantic tanks of liquid radioactive waste cannot be contained – they are being paved over. Out of sight – out of our mind

    • Bob Nichols  August 19, 2010 at 5:09 pm

      Ooops! Really! That is not good! Can you shoot us a url or Net address you think is good on the Hanford tanks, oneStarman?

      For those of you unaware of what oneStarman is talking about, Hanford is the American equivalent of part of the big Russian Mayak nuke bomb factory operation.

      Good Report, oneStarman. I have thought of Hanford as a National Sacrifice Zone for a long time. When is the radioactive sludge expected to reach the river, or has it already?

      Bob Nichols

    • Imelda  August 19, 2010 at 6:28 pm

      Hi Bob,
      found this when i googled hanford nuclear Reservation radioactive sludge 2010:

      Our Organic Northwest
      Posted on May 04, 2010 at 11:36 AM in Home Gardening and Cooking … for how the Hanford Nuclear Reservation deals with its high-level radioactive sludge. …

    • Imelda  August 19, 2010 at 6:49 pm

      bob, check out this link, it’s recent, just what aposter above was saying anout them paving over radioactive waste:

    • Imelda  August 19, 2010 at 6:52 pm

      oneStarman, in regard to your post, i just found this on net, seems it’s not the first time they have paved over waste, this is in berlin and only recently:


    • ABritMum  August 20, 2010 at 7:02 am

      Daniel, I don’t agree with this particular article but there is no need to be so offensive to the writer or other readers!

  8. Aquila  August 18, 2010 at 5:56 am

    Is this the way America tries to divert attention from the biggest disaster ever? (Mexican Gulf)
    It is true that radioactive material can get airborne trough those fires, but remind this that right after the Chernobyl disaster humans were used to close the gap of the exploded reactor and get rid of the most radioactive waste. Those humans, called the liquidators, often soldiers from engineering battalions were exposed to the most lethal radiation levels. From those 600.000 soldiers still 500.000 approximately are living this day. I made a study and presentation about the current habitat of the Chernobyl environment and guess what: Even with the high contamination level of all kinds of radioactivity the region established to repopulate animals that were gone for generations (Lynx, bears,…) Conclusion: Men is even a bigger enemy for nature than heavy radiation.
    Nobody will die from ARS (Acute Radiation syndrome) in Europe or Asia this week, this is just another fable from the global propaganda machine.

  9. ABritMum  August 18, 2010 at 5:31 am

    I have scowered the net for verification of this article and what it is reporting and cannot find any. As sceptical as I am about MSM News I would have to logically surmise this article is just scare-mongering and hype.

    • Mary  August 19, 2010 at 2:56 am

      I’m really wondering where author got his information from. There is NO information about forest fires or evacuation orders near Mayak. High emergency in region is on, but it’s on for half Russia and means “be careful and don’t make barbecues in forests”.

      And that “old hated foe” argument is even more ridiculous. Holy shit, we were trustful (or stupid) enough to cooperate with US regarding our army issues, who cares about couple of firefighters? What harm can they do? lol.

    • Bob Nichols  August 19, 2010 at 10:50 am

      ABritMum, Mary and Others,

      Hmm, are you folks using a computer? I don’t think so. Nope, looking out the living room window does Not constitute “scowering”.

      Try this: go here: http://tinyurl.com/2d8yg7b

      Get with the program.

      Bob Nichols

    • Imelda  August 19, 2010 at 3:42 pm

      Would be interesting to hear from someone in Russia, perestroika may have ended but the old soviet mindset is still there. I’d say for a guess they keep most of it under wraps. Look what happened when the submarine went down some years back.

    • Mary  August 20, 2010 at 1:48 am

      Ask 🙂

      And in turn I’d like to know what you mean by “old soviet mindset”. We were always interested in what people think about us. I’d say that “what will say in Europas” was common motto of Russian tzars for couple of centuries.

      Btw, there is rather widespread belief that silence with submarine was coverup to not let leak information about collision with foreign submarine which watched our fleet exercises. It has some sense… Russians in mass are rather disappointed with fact that in spite of agreement NATO keeps spreading (you may say that it’s again “old hated foe” thought, but would YOU be happy to see Russian military bases in Canada and Mexico?). So if there was INDEED collision with NATO submarine (and surely it asked no permission for supervision to our General Army Staff) it could be taken as very hostile move by public. So there is probability that president decided to loose face before russian public (he had so much credibility that could (and did) survive some mockery) than totally destroy current foreign policy.

    • Mary  August 20, 2010 at 1:20 am

      No, surely, we don’t use computer. We send comments here by pure force of mind. Have not you heard about this russian abitity? Oh no, how could I forgot! It is under wraps, I will be arrested in an hour for this leak 😀

      As I already told – state of emergency is declared for half of Russia territory. And I already explained what it means.

    • Imelda  August 20, 2010 at 6:06 am

      lol Mary 🙂 I wouldn’t be surprised if you’s could sent posts by pure force of mind, russians have always been a bit of an enigma. I suppose i was baseing my opinion on a Russian atomic Physicist i dated many years ago. There was always that sense from him that Russia was quite a sectretive place, like double bottomed 🙂 Maybe scientists have a more suspicious mindset and maybe doesn’t help when they’re in another country and they reckon they’ve met KGB, keeping an eye on them.So, need to go into the shelter yet then 🙂

    • Mary  August 20, 2010 at 2:32 am

      Ah, I think I understand now… Big country – lots of plants. Town SAROV was in extremely difficult situation and there was evacuation of materials. But it’s not Mayak center, that’s why when I searched for Mayak information I got zero. OZERSK (where Mayak with it’s radioactive woods is) is in completely another region. In that region fires were not far from SNEJINSK town, but they were finished fast and far from plant. And as far as I compare ScanEx map with East-Ural radioactive zone, there are no reported fires within this zone (checked all august). Don’t hide and duck 🙂

    • ABritMum  August 20, 2010 at 6:59 am

      Hi Bob

      Thanks for that link, and yes, I saw that the date it was released but it does not advise evacuation either and even states the Russians were prepared and any sites under threat had their weapons etc moved to safety??

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