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Monday, 24 February 2014

New Mexico's 'incident' has suddenly brought a shut-down of detectors

24 February, 2014

"...For the first time, all Radiation Detectors in the nationwide "RADnet" operated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are suddenly "OFFLINE." Right now, this nation is completely, totally vulnerable to the movement of radioactive materials into positions to enable an attack and we would have no warning whatsoever. This is the perfect opportunity for a "dirty bomb" attack or some type of "false flag" attack against ANYPLACE in the ENTIRE United States.*** THIS STORY IS UPDATED BELOW AS OF MON. FEB. 24. ***

EPA is claiming there is a "technical glitch." No word on when -- or if -- RADnet will be operational again.

UPDATE: Monday, February 24, 2014 -- It now appears that the OFFLINE status of the EPA "RADnet" may be **DELIBERATE.** According to sources in New Mexico, the "RADnet" had to be shut down to conceal the leak of radiation from the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in Carsbad, New Mexico, which is onlging and presently spreading radiation into the air from its ventilation system. That plant is the only location in the United States that receives, processes, then stores (deep underground) radioactive materials from former nuclear warheads.

The WIPP suffered an "incident" on February 10, wherein radiation detectors at the WIPP sounded an alarm that radiation was coming out of the ventilation system. Within a brief time, the ventilation system went into "filtration mode" to filter any air that was coming out of the underground storage area.

According to the (POTR), a proven reliable source with inside information on the internal happenings at the WIPP Plutonium disaster has provided a radiation reading for Saturday 2/22/14, taken before and after HEPA filtration of the exhaust air from the WIPP mine shaft. Based on that information, and using risk mitigating assumptions, POTR calculated that Plutonium and Americium are CURRENTLY being RELEASED INTO THE OUTSIDE AIR at a rate of 400,000 Disintegrations Per Minute (DPM), for every single minute the ventilation system is running. For those more comfortable with the Becquerel as a unit of measure, that works out to the plant exhausting 6,667 Becquerels of Plutonium and Americium PER MINUTE into the outside air...."


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