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found this article today too....
only reason it interested me was these words

World War II Manhattan Project

Last week, the body of the late Palestinian leader Yassar Arafat was exhumed and tissue samples taken to be tested for signs of poisoning by the radioactive element polonium-210. As I wrote then, rumors have circulated since Arafat died in 2004 that this was not a natural death, that he was murdered by hostile agents from Israel.
[link to www.wired.com]

if you dont know what that is Manhattan Project you can look here
[link to en.wikipedia.org]


and reading that made me think of this
Thread: Fukushima scientists died... in Florida on thanksgiving

and that reminded me of where this lady worked before she passed away in the boat accident
*snip*
"Nina worked for about 20 years at Sandia National Laboratories and made many contributions to industrial hygiene, safety and radiation protection," said Sandia Environment, Safety & Health director Sid Gutierrez, her supervisor. "She served as both a staff member and later as an outstanding manager. She was recently promoted to senior manager and was well-respected by her peers and staff alike.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Lab history
Sandia National Laboratories' roots go back to World War II and the Manhattan Project. Prior to the United States formally entering the war, the U.S. Army leased land near Albuquerque, New Mexico airport known as Oxnard Field, to service transient Army and U.S. Navy aircraft. In January 1941 construction began on the Albuquerque Army Air Base, leading to establishment of the Bombardier School-Army Advanced Flying School near the end of the year. Soon thereafter it was renamed Kirtland Field, after early Army military pilot Colonel Roy S. Kirtland, and in mid-1942 the Army acquired Oxnard Field. During the war years facilities were expanded further and Kirtland Field served as a major Army Air Forces training installation.
 
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