WIPP Gate Part 2
Published March 18, 2014 WIPP Gate Part 2.
Actual Radiation Readings From the WIPP Facility and Surrounding Areas ‘Post Containment’ Breach
And one other thing….reports comparing plutonium, cesium, americium, strontium as well as all of the other nuclear contamination being released by the WIPP facility into the environment to bananas, riding in an airplane or getting a dental x-ray, are being put out there to mislead you and give you a false sense of security that everything is OK when it’s not. Naturally occurring radiation from the sun or potassium in bananas is very different and yes, harmless compared to ionizing radiation created by nuclear power plants and nuclear weapons. Naturally occurring radiation does not change your molecular structure upon exposure. Ionizing radiation DOES!
Important Information about WIPP for NM & Texas Residents
ENE News: WIPP Expert-Nuclear waste is getting out above ground-“We don’t know how far away it’s gone”
BREAKING NEWS * Ceiling Collapse from Possible Explosion and Fire in New Mexico Nuke Storage Facility; Barrels of Nuclear Waste Smashed and Leaking
WIPP radiation leak still a mystery Local KRQE
ENE News: “We don’t know what happened… don’t know whether it could happen again” — “Big problem is…how much is continuing to be released?” — Officials “know very little about extent of problem or how to solve it”
Report: Officials backtrack on threat to public from WIPP leak — Now only “pretty sure” population centers are safe — Group calling for outside help, independent scientists to collect radiation samples — TV: Fears in Texas Panhandle
Threat Journal: On Thurs of this week AlertsUSA subscribers were notified via a text message to their mobile device that the Department of Energy had confirmed the airborne release of Plutonium-239 & Americium-241 from underground nuclear waste storage site near Carlsbad, NM.
ENE News: WIPP whistleblowers say mine collapsed directly on highly radioactive waste
Over 100 operating fracking wells within 1 mile of WIPP Site
WIPP site plume map
Potrblog: Good source for developing information on this event
Nuke Pro: Dose Rates