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French company Areva chooses Idaho to build $2 billion U-235 enrichment
plant on top of the Snake Plain Aquifer – the size of Lake Erie – right next
door to Yellowstone National Park, one of the largest volcanic systems in
the world. If it erupts, we have the Perfect Storm: a Radioactive Super
Idaho has received over 1 million tons of radioactive and hazardous waste
from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Kuwait, and Lower Slobovia.
Boise, ID –
OK, girl friends, hold on to your radioactive bras and pour yourself another
hot cup of Rocket Java.
glow on your rosy cheeks is not from your makeup but rather from all the
radioactive garbage and enrichment processing going on -- or slated to
happen soon -- at America’s nuclear waste dump site: Idaho.
enough that the Idaho state legislature and Governor “Butch” Otter signed
off on tax break legislation to encourage French company, Areva Inc., to
choose Idaho to build its $2 billion U-235 enrichment plant near Idaho
Falls, which is located on top of the Snake Plain Aquifer – the size of Lake
Erie – right next door to Yellowstone National Park, one of the largest
volcanic systems in the world, but now we discover that Idaho has been
receiving over 1 million tons of radioactive AND hazardous waste – including
lead – from the federal government and dumping it at a private site 40-80
miles south of Boise over the past five years.
our nitwit legislators and Governor have set us up for a Perfect Radioactive
Volcanic Storm. See previous articles
Legies create Perfect Storm: yellowcake plus Yellowstone plus Snake Plain
Aquifer equals radioactive Super Volcanic blast
03-25-2008 Gov Butch
Otter signs corporate welfare Bill for $2 billion Uranium-235 enrichment
plant to set Idaho up for Perfect Nuclear Storm: a radioactive, volcanic
firestorm on top of Snake Plain Aquifer's Lake Erie More....
editors at the Idaho Statesman newspaper, the largest news rag in Idaho,
missed the point in their Sunday Editorial “The nuclear past meets the
nuclear future.” The left Liberal editors try to claim that “past nuclear”
dumping of radioactive waste from the end of WW II through today’s shipment
of 80 rail cars loaded with 6,700 tons of sand contaminated with radioactive
waste and lead, was – and still is -- environmentally unsafe while
juxtaposing Areva’s building of a new U-235 enrichment plant as a clean and
environmentally safe future implementation of nuclear energy.
editors at the Statesman – and the state legies, and Governor -- have missed
primary problem with building Areva’s U-235 enrichment plant at Idaho Falls
is not radioactivity per se, although that’s bad enough, but rather the
LOCATION of building a nuclear enrichment plant on top of the equivalent of
Lake Erie – the Snake Plain Aquifer -- right next to the Yellowstone
Volcanic system when terrorists are quite capable of using ELF (Extremely
Low Frequency) and EM (Electro-Magnetic) machines to trigger earthquakes and
volcanic eruptions wherever they choose. As the Defense Dept has publicly
announced, the weather is already being manipulated with these EM
Interferometer devices and a cat and mouse game of blowing each other’s
planes out of the sky is already ongoing on a limited basis by various
nations and rogue groups.
initial problem that the Idaho legies, Gov Otter, and the Statesman still do
not understand is that of the five possible states in which Areva could have
built their U-235 enrichment plant, such as Texas or Ohio, Idaho was the
worst possible choice because terrorists don’t have to attack the nuclear
site directly, just indirectly by triggering an earthquake and/or volcanic
eruption and let Mother Nature take care of the domino effect to create a
Super Radioactive Volcanic Eruption. It’s just plain stupid to build a
nuclear enrichment plant on the edge of a cliff and hope nothing bad
the Statesman editors appear to think that the Areva enrichment plant is
safer because it is a newer construction and, thus, is somehow better than
the dumping of radioactive sand into or onto the Idaho desert. Not true.
They’re both horrible but the old nuclear method of just dumping radioactive
sand onto the desert – compared to the possible worldwide destruction and
havoc that would be caused by the Perfect Radioactive Storm if Areva’s U-235
enrichment plant is blown up via a terrorist-implemented earthquake/volcanic
explosion – is far better, i.e. easier to clean up, than creating Areva’s
Perfect Storm that would affect the entire globe, possibly wiping out all
flora and fauna. The editors’ comparison of nuclear danger in their two
examples is exactly backwards.
physicists are just now beginning to understand that there exists another
harmful aspect of nuclear power plants, enrichment plants, and the explosion
of nuclear bombs (testing or warfare). And that is, the implementation of
nuclear fission releases a previously unknown higher frequency form of
radiation, a new form of electrical energy, that reacts with oxygen to
create huge quantities of ozone in the lower atmosphere, the exact wrong
place. This destroys microorganisms necessary for all life forms on Earth
and, if not curtailed, could eventually destroy all flora and fauna. Until
we understand this more clearly, we should stop building and implementing
all nuclear fission.
there is much that Earth humans do not understand about the use of nuclear
energy and it is not safe since we do not know how to use it properly or
clean it up back to its non-radioactive state. The fact that we are storing
millions of tons of radioactive waste in Idaho shows that we don’t know how
to neutralize it back to U-238 or less.
At a more
global level, we should take the following steps:
The immediate halt of all atom bomb tests.
Prohibition of all atomic weapons whereby all existing material must
gradually be destroyed or made harmless.
The shutting down of all atomic power and enrichment plants and
replacing that energy with sources not harmful to the environment (solar
energy, free Tesla energy from space, etc.) Note: getting off all energy
sources that require transmission across wires – the Energy Grid – protects
America from terrorists and other energy “blackouts.” Solar and Tesla free
radiant energy from space meets this requirement and should be implemented
real irony in Idaho’s acceptance of Areva to build a U-235 nuclear
enrichment plant at the worst possible location in the world is that Idaho
is home to one of the nation’s most brilliant, new, clean energy start-up
companies, Energenx, Inc. Energenx is run by inventor and CEO John Bedini,
whose Post Falls company creates machines that extract Tesla’s free radiant
energy from space to revive previously thought dead batteries and run
generators, moving and solid state, that pull energy from the “vacuum” all
information about free energy from space, Tesla’s discovery in the late
1890s, has long been known by physicists, the U.S. Congress, and Big Oil but
has been conveniently kept under wraps for obvious special legislative
reasons by the current Administration. Can you imagine the response by Big
Oil, OPEC, the Bush Administration, the War in Iraq, and the Petro Dollar
arrangement with Saudi Arabia if some little inventor showed up with a
machine that extracts free energy from space and costs about $250 to build
with spare parts available from a trip down to Radio Shack? Yeah, you
guessed it. Men in black T-shirts show up, slam you against the wall, and
“suggest” that your family would be better off if they stuck to using
gasoline for the near future. Or, the inventor mysteriously has a “heart
attack” on the way down to the grocery store to pick up a quart of milk.
This is not fantasy or science fiction. It happens and is continuing to
happen. So those in the media who prattle on about nuclear energy being
safe, or oil is OK, or gosh whizzers we just don’t have any other forms of
clean energy, are just uninformed fools babbling about things they know
nothing about. It is more political than you can imagine.
way, there are now 1,100 uranium mining claims staked within five miles of
America’s Grand Canyon. In 2003, there were only 10 uranium claims. If we
don’t wise up soon, the entire North American continent – not just Idaho –
will become the nuclear waste dump of planet Earth. – FM Duck
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