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Saturday, October 31, 2015

Let's Call it the Grim Reaper Asteroid

2015 TB145

Was just discovered a few days ago.    It's really large almost 2000 meters, over a mile across.

And it is ripping through space at insane speeds.

In, fact Nukepro's custom and free asteroid calculator indicates that it pack the energy  of

get this

around 984,000 large atomic bombs.

Did you notice these "late discoveries" are getting more frequent?    Could it be the Oort cloud we are passing through?   


  Info on Oort cloud here

http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/08/meterorite-attack-oort-cloud-and-we.html

Free asteroid calculator here, yes you can have the actual Excel spreadsheet.

 http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/01/updated-january-asteroid-risk-and.html

On 10-21.15 NASA said the object was around 400M in diameter



Huh, they can say with 100% certainty, yet this beast sneeks up on us with only days notice.


Friday, October 30, 2015

Entergy Prepping to Shut Down Fitzpatrick Nuclear, Another Nuclear Plant Losing Money

We could have a happy Monday.   Entergy is already shutting down Pilgrim, now they may shut down Fitzpatrick, and possibly Indian Point. 

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Shutting them down is better than fleecing ratepayers with huge increases.   Sometime Entergy threatens to leave a market and gets a huge increase is rates, this one is 31% over 4 years.    That will kill people on fixed incomes.
http://www.nola.com/business/index.ssf/2014/07/city_council_approves_31_perce.html

In general nuclear plants need to give local grid operators/governments 6 month notice prior to shutting down.

They also need months to procure and deliver fuel, and to set up the 1000 or so "migrant workers" needed for a refueling/outage.

And in general, they care about their employees as they do not want bad street cred in their industry, meaning the want to give people maximum notice to transmition, find a new job.

ODDLY Entergy also announces 3rd quarter earnings on Monday.   The said they would make a decision regarding closing Fitzpatrick or not over the weekend.

Interesting timing.    They also set up a special 800 number that employees could call in to see if they had a job.   Huh?    You want to employees to be calling in at unspecified times throughout the weekend to have a computer record tell them "You're Fired!".   

I mean, if it can't wait until Monday to announce at work, just send an email?   Why the drama?   Seems like a lot of work to set up a special 800 number for that purpose.

Could be part of an overall game, they are playing chicken with Cuomo, who wants Indian point shut down, but Fitzpatrick to remain open.     Grid supply could be touchy with 2 shutting down in same time frame.
http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2015/10/fitzpatrick_nuclear_workers_call_800_number_to_see_if_you_still_have_job.html

http://www.capitalnewyork.com/article/albany/2015/10/8581199/cuomo-cautions-against-comparing-indian-point-and-fitzpatrick-nuclear

The NRC has requirements for "financial qualification" to run a nuke plant

http://vtdigger.org/2013/03/21/watchdogs-say-entergy-not-qualified-to-operate-reactors/

Kimchee probiotic goodness

Recipe stolen from "betty" 

Kimchi is one of those things that seems so exotic but is so ridiculously easy to make at home — and fresh, homemade kimchi is infinitely better tasting than anything you can buy from the market.
If you’ve never had this fermented side dish, think of it like a spicy Korean version of sauerkraut. The smoke and fire comes from gochugaru, a Korean red pepper powder (sometimes also called Korean chile flakes or Korean chili powder, but definitely not to be confused with American red pepper flakes or American chili powder).

Homemade kimchi is a pungent and complex blend of flavors owing to traditional spices (gochugaru, garlic and ginger) as well as a puree of Asian pear and yellow onion, which adds a subtle sweetness without the need for sugar. I use red cabbage for the same antioxidant benefits I get from my ruby kraut. (But you can also use the more traditional napa cabbage.)

Similar to kraut, kimchi is full of probiotic goodness and it’s not solely limited to Korean dishes. I’ve made kimchi omelets, kimchi quesadillas, kimchi pizza, and even spooned a heaping of kimchi on a baked potato. This version is a medium spicy that won’t burn your tongue off, but still has enough heat and tang to make a meal interesting.



Red Cabbage Kimchi
 
Makes 3 quarts
Ingredients
2 pounds red cabbage, chopped
1/4 cup pickling salt
1/2 pound daikon, julienned
1/2 pound carrot, julienned
6 green onions, sliced into 1-inch segments
4 cloves garlic, minced
1-inch piece fresh ginger, peeled and minced
1 small Asian pear (or apple), peeled, cored and chopped
1 small yellow onion, chopped
1 cup dechlorinated water
1/2 cup gochugaru (Korean red pepper powder)
2 tablespoons fish sauce
Method
Red cabbage tends to be a tad tougher than napa cabbage, so I chop mine into thin, bite-sized pieces.
 http://www.gardenbetty.com/2013/07/red-cabbage-kimchi/


Read more at http://www.gardenbetty.com/2013/07/red-cabbage-kimchi/#0Ub3q7kcFH7fHQSZ.99

Fukushima Reactor 3 Now and Sooty Ice Still Not Melting As Fast as They Thought, Maybe Even Growing

Reactor 3, the vertical "covers" look a lot like just a visual barrier, seems odd.

You can also see the equipment pool reaching all the way to the outside wall.

Why don't they just lift up the cap and peer in there with a camera?

Meltout through bottom of reactor, corium steaming away in water, layer of steam bubbles surrounding it.

Hydrogen explosion in main building, compressing steam bubbles to liquid, that creates the sharp increase in reactivity necessary to trigger the Prompt Moderated Criticality.

There, fixed it. Also keep in mind, they spend 10s or even 100's of million to cover things up with visual screens just so we can't see them….what else would they do on an agenda?

Further discussion at bottom
Ice in Greenland, look at how sooty it is, looks like snow after 10 meltdowns in a big city it's so dirty.

Some say Greenlands ice is increasing last 4 years, others say it's not melting as quick as they thought.

With all that soot, I would think soot would be a huge cause of melting
Hmmmm, seems like plague and radiation are correlated quite well
PhilipUpNorth
Overhead view of reactor ruins:
http://grnba.com/iiyama/html/crushedGP/pict6.jpg


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Russia's President Is Skeptical That Anthropogenic (man made) Global Warming is Real


stock here, what a bummer, had a nicely annoatated article all typed in, and blogger reverted back to just this starting post.   Annoying.   No time to redo it, I was just leave as is for now.


While Western media have examined the role of rising temperatures and drought in this year’s record wildfires in North America, Russian media continue to pay little attention to an issue that animates so much of the world.
The indifference reflects widespread public doubt that human activities play a significant role in global warming, a tone set by President Vladimir Putin, who has offered only vague and modest pledges of emissions cuts ahead of December’s U.N. climate summit in Paris.
Russia’s official view appears to have changed little since 2003, when Putin told an international climate conference that warmer temperatures would mean Russians “spend less on fur coats” while “agricultural specialists say our grain production will increase, and thank God for that”.
The president believes that “there is no global warming, that this is a fraud to restrain the industrial development of several countries including Russia,” says Stanislav Belkovsky, a political analyst and critic of Putin. “That is why this subject is not topical for the majority of the Russian mass media and society in general.”

Putin’s scepticism dates from the early 2000s, when his staff “did very, very extensive work trying to understand all sides of the climate debate”, said Andrey Illarionov, Putin’s senior economic adviser at the time and now a senior fellow at the Cato Institute in Washington.
“We found that, while climate change does exist, it is cyclical, and the anthropogenic role is very limited,” he said. “It became clear that the climate is a complicated system and that, so far, the evidence presented for the need to ‘fight’ global warming was rather unfounded.

Thursday, October 29, 2015

Twitter Participants -- Social Media to Promote Radiation Protection and Nuclear Control

from a distance
meltingmermaid, I saw your tweets out there! Congratulations.
Here are just SOME of the great tweeters to follow, imho.
MarcoKaltofen
https://twitter.com/MKaltofen
Enenewser Obvious
https://twitter.com/cecalli_helper
arclight
https://twitter.com/arclight2011
bo
https://twitter.com/jackiemopsy
mothersforpeace
https://twitter.com/search?q=mothersforpeace&src=typd
Radchick
https://twitter.com/RadChick4Cast
CaptD
https://twitter.com/1CaptD
Enformable
https://twitter.com/Enformable
NuclearHotseat
https://twitter.com/NuclearHotseat
DaveParrish
https://twitter.com/oste8minutes

from a distance
FukushimaInfo
https://twitter.com/wakeupnowbe
TomKraanen
https://twitter.com/Baka_62
Mali Lightfoot
https://twitter.com/malivirtually
ThatArcher
https://twitter.com/ThatArcher
OccupyFukushima
https://twitter.com/fukushima_actu
That should get you started!
Again, there are many more great tweeters out there, to whom I apologize for not being to think of right now!

Also, Stock - these folks in Japan reporting out the reality:
@microcarpa1
@asuka_250
@Birdhairjp
@Shogannai
@Thoton
@satoshi501
@bojacobs
@fccjapan
@JapanFocus
- See more at: http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/10/social-media-to-promote-radiation.html#comments

Also, Stock - these folks in Japan reporting out the reality:
@microcarpa1
@asuka_250
@Birdhairjp
@Shogannai
@Thoton
@satoshi501
@bojacobs
@fccjapan
@JapanFocus
Also, Stock - these folks in Japan reporting out the reality:
@microcarpa1
@asuka_250
@Birdhairjp
@Shogannai
@Thoton
@satoshi501
@bojacobs
@fccjapan
@JapanFocus
- See more at: http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/10/social-media-to-promote-radiation.html?showComment=1446203172786#c4857838938283251809
Also, Stock - these folks in Japan reporting out the reality:
@microcarpa1
@asuka_250
@Birdhairjp
@Shogannai
@Thoton
@satoshi501
@bojacobs
@fccjapan
@JapanFocus
- See more at: http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2015/10/social-media-to-promote-radiation.html#comments

Alpha Radiation Decay Graphic

Saw this on a Facebook page

Alpha doesn't fly far in air.    So it is unlikely to do damage, until it gets into your body. 

Then it is like an MMA fighter giving you body shots.


Safecast, Mapping of Radiation

http://safecast.org/tilemap/?y=37.57&x=141.27&z=8


One Liners About Nuclear and Radiation

Gasser
~Top Ten One Line Tippers~

10. Nuclear a forever Reality.
9. Slowly poisoning humanity.
8. Erasing life's living quality.
7. Shortens happy longevity.
6. Produces mental disability.
5. Destroys Genome quality.
4. Produces much mortality.
3. Erodes workforce stability.
2. Prone to ELE eventuality.
1. Beyond moral practicality.

~Gasser Classic~

Gasser
Urban Ghetto one liner
Say bitch, is the Atomic Genie shooting caps off in yo ass?
Ya, must be that radioactive meat the WHO says is killing you.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Effective Action, Or Wasting Our Time. Stock Out

I have put quite some time into this effort, this effort to eliminate civilian nuclear power plants.  

Some of my buddies in my Bachelor of Science, and especially my Masters of Science programs have giving me quite a bit of grief regarding my decision on my this decade take on how the nuclear industry has been implemented.    Seriously, even to the point of losing friends.

Once indoctrinated into the sanctum of science, many believe that science is the fix for everything, that science cannot do more damage than good.

They are wrong.

That said, I feel that much of my efforts have not motivated people to take effective action, and that is very disappointing.    I am not doing this to hear myself speak.

However, I have a litmus test, and it is one that must be completed by next Monday.

If I see here posted, 25 comments from people who posted to the NRC on the "Hormesis Hobgoblin" or the EPA boondoggle, then I shall resume.

It seems like a proper documentation and explanation of what is going on should harness 20,000,000 responses.....but I will settle for 25.  

If I can't get 25 comments here or to my direct email, I am done, waste of time. 

stock@hawaii.rr.com

$1.4B of nuclear propaganda is too strong, if I can't see 25 responses.  I won't fight a losing battle no matter how right it is.    You got game? Show it now, or stop coming here for a moral " I knew it".   We don't need you if all you got it a "told you so, things are effed up".

stock out. 
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stock, first let me thank you, your hard work is appreciated.

Second, yes, there are a handful of Enenewsers stuck at Enenews, but it's really just a handful…because MOST Enenewsers work really hard OUTSIDE of Enenews to spread the word.
There are so many examples of Enenewsers who have branched out and who work countless hours and are doing amazing things.

I don't want to leave anyone out but here's just a sampling of the great work being done by Enewsers—>

Look at
your blog,
Doc's blog,
Dennis Riches' blogs,
vital1's website,
Michael VanB's website,
majia's book on Fukushima + blog,
Radchick with her work on mutations + the Wigner effect + doing interviews + writing for climateviewer,
Libbe HaLevy and her great interviews at NuclearHotseat,
arclight with his radioshow and writing for nuclearnews,
Joy at Daily Kos,
Lucas with Enformable,
msmilky,
Lonnie Clark reading anti-nuc books on youtube and hosting a radio show 3 days a week,
Mimi of Radcast,
the Fukushima Hounds,
chemfood making cards/flyers,
some really active tweeters like bo + Obvious +
Obvious oversees caferadlab website and is very active on Reddit,
and a LOT of Enenewsers contribute to
NETC and
RADIATIONNETWORK,
Onotological and his great work,
all of the selfless Cam watchers,
or-wells and
Gasser's literary work,
poordaddy + his Fukushima songs,
Kevin Blanch traveling the world,
Dana traveling the oceans…so many more!

I AM SO SORRY TO THOSE NOT MENTIONED.
THANK YOU ALL!!

stock here:
Adding Majia to the list 


http://ziemianarozdrozu.pl/artykul/3178/kronika-rozdroza-2015-pazdziernik

Monday, October 26, 2015

"Properly" Stored Dry Cask Used Nuke Fuel, and Nuke Dumps, Do Still Damage Babies

No time to develop into a nice article, this guy BasM really knows his stuff, so I want to document this information source.




Those nuclear waste dumps, harm DNA of new babies born up to 40km in their surroundings.
Due to the neutron-argon41 mechanisms DNA of babies born nearby the dump (within 5km) are less harmed and those at a distance of 20-30km away are harmed most!
This summer Germany closed its main nuclear storage site after several studies, a conference day with all pro and anti, and this final report (Okt.2014): http://www.helmholtz-muenchen....





  • "Due to the neutron-argon41 mechanisms DNA of babies born nearby the dump
    (within 5km) are less harmed and those at a distance of 20-30km away
    are harmed most!"
    Why would the harm be greater at 20-30km than at 5km? What would be the mechanism by which this "neutron-argon41 mechanism" harms babies' DNA?





      The mechanisms is illustrated in part 2 (Teil 2) of this presentation: http://www.helmholtz-muenchen....
      Shortly; the DNA damage is caused by (mainly gamma) radiation from argon41 (half life 108minutes). The argon41 is created by the collision of argon40 nuclei (in the air) with escaping neutrons from the nuclear waste dump (neutrons can pass through thick steel, etc). The air is relative hot due to heat of the nuclear waste casks, so it will rise.
      But the argon41 adheres to small water droplets and comes gradually down to the earth surface (as shown at the Belgian Mol experiment) where it is inhaled etc. The coming down takes time during which period the wind transported the argon41 already longer distance (depending on wind speed, but mostly >5km).






  • Sheesh, thats like a whole different language, lol





      Sorry.
      There is little US/UK research in this field. So the Germans are leading.
      German language is highly similar to English (English, Dutch, German are just dialects from each other). Google translates does a good job.
      Some of the research is published in English scientific journals and generated critical comments and responses. This Pubmed page gives a nice overview (note that no.5 is the original publication): http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pu...
      All critical comments come from Germans who felt rightfully that those studies may result in real consequences. Of course they also presented their point of view at the conference regarding Gorleben causing DNA harm (and hence Gorleben's future). The lower link in the middle column of this page deliver all presentations: http://www.nlga.niedersachsen....



      lol I was just joking around. I am an exceptional American, I speak english, spanish, japanese, and dog. But really if I read German in German, I can pretty much understand what they are talking about, although that breaks down when it turns more scientific.
      When I hear the spoken German word, I can't understand hardly anything. Danke shone

    • "the DNA damage is caused by (mainly gamma) radiation from argon41 (half life 108minutes)."
      Here is a table of gamma emission energies:
      https://www.cpp.edu/~pbsiegel/...
      Argon 41 has a gamma energy of 1293 KeV--so not quite as energetic as potassium 40 at 1460 KeV.
      "The argon41 is created by the collision of argon40 nuclei (in the air) with escaping neutrons from the nuclear waste dump (neutrons can pass through thick steel, etc)."
      I'm sure that happens, but the critical question is, how much does it happen? Here's a paper which modeled neutron emission from dry cask storage (page 17):
      https://www.mne.ksu.edu/~jks/p...
      Right at the surface of the cask, the average dose exposure rate from both neutrons and secondary photons averages around 0.07 millisieverts per hour. On page 28 of the study you cited, the chart there shows the absorption cross section for argon 40 is 0.2 % of its absolute cross section, which is 0.65 barns, That would mean its absorption cross section in the relevant spectrum would be 0.0013 barns. That's around 15 times larger than the corresponding absorption cross section for nitrogen 14, but nitrogen 14 is has 85 times the atmospheric prevalent of argon 40, so roughly 5.7 times as many neutrons would be absorbed by nitrogen 14 as by argon 40. And some neutrons will also be lost to oxygen and hydrogen. So we start with fairly low levels of neutron radiation right at the surface of the cask, and then maybe 15 percent of that results in argon 41 production.
      "The air is relative hot due to heat of the nuclear waste casks, so it will rise."
      The heat production by the time spent fuel goes into cask storage is around 1KW per tonne of fuel. So a cask with, say, 20 tonnes of fuel would start out with around 20 KW--about the energy of overhead sunlight falling on a 5 meter square. That small an amount of energy would quickly be lost in the normal behavior of thermals.
      "But the argon41 adheres to small water droplets"
      Argon is an inert gas at typical environmental temperatures. It seems unlikely that it would adhere to anything. Also, why would there be droplets except in fog or precipitation conditions?
      "and comes gradually down to the earth surface"
      Once mixed into the atmosphere, argon has virtually no tendency to unmix and settle.
      "(as shown at the Belgian Mol experiment) where it is inhaled etc."
      How much dispersal dilution will have occurred by this point? And how does this damage the DNA of babies?
      "The coming down takes time during which period the wind transported the argon41 already longer distance (depending on wind speed, but mostly >5km)."
      The half-life of argon 41 is only 1.8 hours. The more time it takes to reach the longer distances, the less of it there will be. In the U.S., the max allowed radiation from cask storage at the site boundary is less than 0.00003 millisieverts per hour, though measured values are typically well below that. Hard to see how that could pose any significant gamma hazard to baby DNA 20-30km away--especially when compared to in-body gamma emissions from potassium 40.


    • Thanks.
      This free publication may also give a better insight: http://www.iemss.org/sites/iem...
      BasM Jag_Levak 11 hours ago 
       
      AT JAG 
      Ar-41 gamma emissions
      Your table is too simple. The most important emissions are at 5.6MeV; 4.7keV; 3.7MeV and 1.2MeV.
      Total energy involved ~6MeV.
      Cask emissions
      Measurements with nice graphs: https://doris.bfs.de/jspui/bit...
      Gorleben has stationary measurement stations at the fence of its area. As the escaped neutrons have to pass the 50cm thick wall of the building and an high thick dike (berm), those measure mostly only sky-shined (reflected back to the surface via collisions with air nuclei) radiation. Abb.9 at page 24 shows that the sky-shined neutron radiation is ~0.2mSv/a: www.gns.de/binary.ashx/~defaul...
      Note that this sky-shined neutron radiation has little effect as also shown by m/f sex ratio of newborn in Gorleben (~2km away) and the measurement station in the village. The damaging effects are mainly at greater distances (20-30km away) due to the neutron-Ar41 mechanisms as e.g. shown at sheet 18 of this English presentation: http://www.helmholtz-muenchen....
      The heat production
      The power of the heat produced by the 113casks in the storage building is ~5MW. Enough to create the substantial upwards stream of air, which causes that the ar-41 need substantial time before it reaches the surface. Hence the DNA damage occurs mainly at 15-30km away (depends on the local wind speeds. At the Bezau NPP the DNA damage peak is more nearby).
      Argon41 coming down gradually
      Normal argon (ar-40) is indeed inert. But argon41 behaves differently as also shown by the Mol experiment.
      how does this damage the DNA of babies?
      The gamma radiation particles of the ar41 (partly also inhaled, etc) damage DNA, which is mostly repaired if the cell is stable.
      But sperm is produced via a.o. very fast cell division, shortly before conception.
      At cell division (and shortly thereafter) DNA damage cannot be repaired or is often repaired wrongly because a.o. the new cell isn't fully equipped for correct repair yet and/or the DNA is single stranded, etc.
      As male DNA is smaller it has a lower chance to be hit and killed by a radiation particle. So an increase in ionizing radiation creates an increase in the m/f sex ratio of new born as also stated by UNSCEAR in its 1958 report to the UN.
      The problem is that these new born have increased chance on Down syndrome, serious congenital malformations, etc. because the radiation particles damaged their DNA not enough to prevent multiplication. The radiation particles that hit the DNA will often only create some damage, not enough to prevent further cell division.
      Also shown by solid studies in areas ~1000miles away from Chernobyl. E.g: http://www.ibis-birthdefects.o...

The WHO Tries to Confound the Radiation Causes Cancer By Taking a Shot at Meat

Another play of the $1.4B budget of the nuke cartel....I guess they figured the banana lie was so well known....

Strategy: "confound" the situation.     Show that all kinds of normal things in our lives cause cancer....

http://www.nbcnews.com/health/cancer/do-i-have-stop-eating-processed-meat-key-questions-about-n451451


A Report from the WHO

 A new report declaring that processed meat causes cancer — and that red meat probably does, too — has the meat industry furious and bacon lovers worried.

Here are some answers to your questions about meat and cancer:
Does this mean I have to become a vegetarian?

The report doesn't say that just one bite of meat causes cancer. What it does say is that there are clear mechanisms for both processed and red meat to cause cancer, and that studies have shown across populations that the more meat people eat, the higher their risk of cancer.

LNT for meat!   almost funny

 Which meats are named in the report?

The group includes processed meat that has been salted, cured, fermented or smoked to preserve it or to add flavor. It gives specific examples — hot dogs, ham, sausages, corned beef, canned meat and some sauces.

It defines red meat as any muscle that comes from a mammal, including beef, veal, pork, lamb, mutton, horse, and goat...

Hmmm in 1900 we preserved meat by salting, curing, fermenting, or smoking.....and only 6% of us got cancer, so now its 66%.

Is it really those processes?

Nuke Dump "Fire" Can Kill 61,000,000 Americans -- EPA Shuts off the Beta and the Gamma Radiation Detection

Last week was a nuclear dump fire, in which the startling an amazing caught video of the explosions and volcanic ejections was just recently making the rounds.

 ENENEWS caught some Gamma 5 Radiation data from Las Vegas and published it, here.

 http://enenews.com/epa-data-shows-radiation-spike-major-city-after-explosions-nuclear-waste-facility-ap-drums-buried-waste-blasted-sites-fence-large-crater-reported-emergency-official-govt-brought-resources-ive-ne

Let me post the punchline at the front, how many people could be killed by what is KNOWN  to be a Beatty, and they did have documented sloppy practices.    61,000,000 People Can Be Killed!







They weren't supposed to dispose of any liquids at this site, but they did it ROUTINELY AND ILLEGALLY!




  
 I caught the EPA with their pants down (or at least the camera turned off while their pants were down) North and East of Vegas is St George Utah.

Then the Nevada nuclear dump fire "officially" started on the 18th of Oct.     Clearly it started a day or two before as the Gross Gamma count, started climbing.    This probably set off alarms at EPA because this site is otherwise very consistent.

So the EPA then just shuts off the monitor DATA.     Good work Gina McCarthy, she learned that trick during Fukushima.

stock here, look at this 4 months of continuous radiation monitoring results....no gaps, no strange behavior.



Looks like St George UT didn't even get the worst of the plume as most of it went almost straight north.    That must have been one heck of a plume.



Salt Lake City UT definitely saw a  Gamma spike from the Nevada Beatty Nuke Dump Fire, this is a logarithmic scale too, so small chart changes mean huge changes in reality.




"They" would have us believe that the Beatty nuke waste dump was just a little trench that they threw some old gloves into.   

Reality is far different, all these drums rust out, the materials, metals, fluids combine or even fractionally separate by density


And this is the guy responsible for Emergency Protection who states all those alphabet soup agencies mobilized so quickly it was impressive, but they didn't find any radiation, at all.
Vance Payne

Yes, he is bringing us a  lot of Payne.




GAOLRCED-98-40R Questions on Ward Valley
http://pbadupws.nrc.gov/docs/ML0827/ML082760004.pdf
1 Curie is 37 billion becquerels (radioactive shots per second).





From Mining Awareness --- Great stuff over there!



According to American Ecology, about 47 pounds of plutonium was disposed of at the Beatty, Nevada, facility. Also, US Ecology’s December 1994 plan to stabilize and close its disposal facility for low-level radioactive wastes at Richland, Washington, states that approximately 450 pounds of plutonium was disposed of at that facility, including about 270.3 pounds of plutonium-239. Finally, about 140 pounds of plutonium was disposed of at the Kentucky facility.GAOLRCED-98-40R Questions on Ward Valley http://pbadupws.nrc.gov/docs/ML0827/ML082760004.pdf

https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/
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