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Fracking wells around WIPP, also too, notice the fracking wells around the Gnome underground nuclear test site... damn... this is nuts!...

 
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Fracking wells around WIPP, also too, notice the fracking wells around the Gnome underground nuclear test site... damn... this is nuts!...
Note the fracking wells all around WIPP, and the underground nuke test site to lower left, very close. What could be wrong with this?

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Re: Fracking wells around WIPP, also too, notice the fracking wells around the Gnome underground nuclear test site... damn... this is nuts!...
It appears that the ceiling caved in on Room 7 of Panel 7 which is where they are currently working to store waste. If that is the case, there is a strong possibility that several of the casks have been damaged. Of major concern to me is that WIPP has accepted shipments of at least half a ton of the 15 tons of weapons grade plutonium deemed excess and stored at the K reactor at Savannah River. WIPP was never designed to accept high level waste like this and if one of these casks was damaged by a cave in it could be extremely bad.
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Re: Fracking wells around WIPP, also too, notice the fracking wells around the Gnome underground nuclear test site... damn... this is nuts!...
It appears that the ceiling caved in on Room 7 of Panel 7 which is where they are currently working to store waste. If that is the case, there is a strong possibility that several of the casks have been damaged. Of major concern to me is that WIPP has accepted shipments of at least half a ton of the 15 tons of weapons grade plutonium deemed excess and stored at the K reactor at Savannah River. WIPP was never designed to accept high level waste like this and if one of these casks was damaged by a cave in it could be extremely bad.
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surface detected plutonium.... it can't get worse.... retrieval teams not to enter for a few weeks....

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Re: Fracking wells around WIPP, also too, notice the fracking wells around the Gnome underground nuclear test site... damn... this is nuts!...
It appears that the ceiling caved in on Room 7 of Panel 7 which is where they are currently working to store waste. If that is the case, there is a strong possibility that several of the casks have been damaged. Of major concern to me is that WIPP has accepted shipments of at least half a ton of the 15 tons of weapons grade plutonium deemed excess and stored at the K reactor at Savannah River. WIPP was never designed to accept high level waste like this and if one of these casks was damaged by a cave in it could be extremely bad.
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surface detected plutonium.... it can't get worse.... retrieval teams not to enter for a few weeks....

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Oh it can get a lot worse. There is an estimated 120,000 barrels of transuranic waste already in the WIPP facility. A fire, or worse, a criticallity event of some sort could make what is happening at Fukushima seem like a small event. The longer DOE delays physical inspection the worse it is.
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Re: Fracking wells around WIPP, also too, notice the fracking wells around the Gnome underground nuclear test site... damn... this is nuts!...
It appears that the ceiling caved in on Room 7 of Panel 7 which is where they are currently working to store waste. If that is the case, there is a strong possibility that several of the casks have been damaged. Of major concern to me is that WIPP has accepted shipments of at least half a ton of the 15 tons of weapons grade plutonium deemed excess and stored at the K reactor at Savannah River. WIPP was never designed to accept high level waste like this and if one of these casks was damaged by a cave in it could be extremely bad.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 54419056


surface detected plutonium.... it can't get worse.... retrieval teams not to enter for a few weeks....

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Oh it can get a lot worse. There is an estimated 120,000 barrels of transuranic waste already in the WIPP facility. A fire, or worse, a criticallity event of some sort could make what is happening at Fukushima seem like a small event. The longer DOE delays physical inspection the worse it is.
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Already was a fire 2 weeks ago.... that's what started this... I wonder what we're not being told.... quite residential alert to close all windows, stay indoors and wear hazmat 4-6 respirators when outside..... got one handy?

Last Edited by Citizenperth on 02/22/2014 01:29 AM
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Re: Fracking wells around WIPP, also too, notice the fracking wells around the Gnome underground nuclear test site... damn... this is nuts!...
It appears that the ceiling caved in on Room 7 of Panel 7 which is where they are currently working to store waste. If that is the case, there is a strong possibility that several of the casks have been damaged. Of major concern to me is that WIPP has accepted shipments of at least half a ton of the 15 tons of weapons grade plutonium deemed excess and stored at the K reactor at Savannah River. WIPP was never designed to accept high level waste like this and if one of these casks was damaged by a cave in it could be extremely bad.
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surface detected plutonium.... it can't get worse.... retrieval teams not to enter for a few weeks....

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Rocky Flats near Denver, Colorado had multiple plutonium button fires during the 50's and 60's with open air releases that spread plutonium over large swaths of the city. The trace amounts released to the open air are nothing like the levels seen in Denver. WIPP is bad, but not enough is known about the conditions inside to make a real judgement. What has been released to the environment is a small amount compared to other releases so far.
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Re: Fracking wells around WIPP, also too, notice the fracking wells around the Gnome underground nuclear test site... damn... this is nuts!...
It appears that the ceiling caved in on Room 7 of Panel 7 which is where they are currently working to store waste. If that is the case, there is a strong possibility that several of the casks have been damaged. Of major concern to me is that WIPP has accepted shipments of at least half a ton of the 15 tons of weapons grade plutonium deemed excess and stored at the K reactor at Savannah River. WIPP was never designed to accept high level waste like this and if one of these casks was damaged by a cave in it could be extremely bad.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 54419056


surface detected plutonium.... it can't get worse.... retrieval teams not to enter for a few weeks....

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 Quoting: Citizenperth


Oh it can get a lot worse. There is an estimated 120,000 barrels of transuranic waste already in the WIPP facility. A fire, or worse, a criticallity event of some sort could make what is happening at Fukushima seem like a small event. The longer DOE delays physical inspection the worse it is.
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Already was a fire 2 weeks ago....
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That fire was a "truck fire" in the experimental section of the mine. The "radioactive event" at WIPP is in the southwest section closest to Room 7 of Panel 7. Not enough is known yet to make any determinations. But this is a huge blow to nuclear proponents of safe storage and really puts Yucca Mountain into doubt.
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Re: Fracking wells around WIPP, also too, notice the fracking wells around the Gnome underground nuclear test site... damn... this is nuts!...
It appears that the ceiling caved in on Room 7 of Panel 7 which is where they are currently working to store waste. If that is the case, there is a strong possibility that several of the casks have been damaged. Of major concern to me is that WIPP has accepted shipments of at least half a ton of the 15 tons of weapons grade plutonium deemed excess and stored at the K reactor at Savannah River. WIPP was never designed to accept high level waste like this and if one of these casks was damaged by a cave in it could be extremely bad.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 54419056


surface detected plutonium.... it can't get worse.... retrieval teams not to enter for a few weeks....

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Rocky Flats near Denver, Colorado had multiple plutonium button fires during the 50's and 60's with open air releases that spread plutonium over large swaths of the city. The trace amounts released to the open air are nothing like the levels seen in Denver. WIPP is bad, but not enough is known about the conditions inside to make a real judgement. What has been released to the environment is a small amount compared to other releases so far.
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lucky 'ALL' cancers are natural..... smoking cause 'MOST' lung cancer.....
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Re: Fracking wells around WIPP, also too, notice the fracking wells around the Gnome underground nuclear test site... damn... this is nuts!...
It appears that the ceiling caved in on Room 7 of Panel 7 which is where they are currently working to store waste. If that is the case, there is a strong possibility that several of the casks have been damaged. Of major concern to me is that WIPP has accepted shipments of at least half a ton of the 15 tons of weapons grade plutonium deemed excess and stored at the K reactor at Savannah River. WIPP was never designed to accept high level waste like this and if one of these casks was damaged by a cave in it could be extremely bad.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 54419056


surface detected plutonium.... it can't get worse.... retrieval teams not to enter for a few weeks....

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 Quoting: Citizenperth


Rocky Flats near Denver, Colorado had multiple plutonium button fires during the 50's and 60's with open air releases that spread plutonium over large swaths of the city. The trace amounts released to the open air are nothing like the levels seen in Denver. WIPP is bad, but not enough is known about the conditions inside to make a real judgement. What has been released to the environment is a small amount compared to other releases so far.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 54419056


lucky 'ALL' cancers are natural..... smoking cause 'MOST' lung cancer.....
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Any plutonium release is bad, especially if inhaled. The standard catchphrase "no immediate danger" is usually true but only because it still takes a few years to develop a lung cancer from plutonium exposure.
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surface detected plutonium.... it can't get worse.... retrieval teams not to enter for a few weeks....

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 Quoting: Citizenperth


Rocky Flats near Denver, Colorado had multiple plutonium button fires during the 50's and 60's with open air releases that spread plutonium over large swaths of the city. The trace amounts released to the open air are nothing like the levels seen in Denver. WIPP is bad, but not enough is known about the conditions inside to make a real judgement. What has been released to the environment is a small amount compared to other releases so far.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 54419056


lucky 'ALL' cancers are natural..... smoking cause 'MOST' lung cancer.....
 Quoting: Citizenperth


Any plutonium release is bad, especially if inhaled. The standard catchphrase "no immediate danger" is usually true but only because it still takes a few years to develop a lung cancer from plutonium exposure.
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indeed.. I forgot to add the [sarcasm]
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Re: Fracking wells around WIPP, also too, notice the fracking wells around the Gnome underground nuclear test site... damn... this is nuts!...
room 7 and panel 7 = 77. how very MASONIC. are we talkign false flag here people? occurred on 2/14/14??
see IMF speech at National Press CLub and "the magic of 2 X 7 or 7 doubled in 2014"

Lagarde cryptic little numerology sermon starting to make sense now...
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Re: Fracking wells around WIPP, also too, notice the fracking wells around the Gnome underground nuclear test site... damn... this is nuts!...
Note the fracking wells all around WIPP, and the underground nuke test site to lower left, very close. What could be wrong with this?

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