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Offline zeker

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kinda makes yall feel warm and fuzzy
« on: October 20, 2015, 05:19:01 PM »
EPA Radiation Sensors in Major U.S. Cities Turned Off Because They Don’t Work     
http://www.wsj.com/articles/radiatio...ork-1445276241

The limitations of the current system are actually much worse than the article depicts.
We've been working with other agencies to rectify, but it's frustratingly slow going...

•NukAlert-ER’s automated radiation measurement system reported more than 5,000 real-time
reports to FEMA’s RadResponder Network during the May 19th 2015 nationwide drill.

•Since February 2015, NukAlert-ER Automated radiation devices have sent the RadResponder
Network more than 1.5 million real-time reports from throughout the U.S.

•More than 18 million live radiation reports to corporate & Federal radiation databases.

See more here...
www.nukalert.com</blockquote>
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Re: kinda makes yall feel warm and fuzzy
« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2015, 05:22:03 PM »
perfect time to slip by with a suitcase nuke.. when the detectors are down..
 
and just HOW do 99% stop working?
 
"flip the switch ahmed"
 
 
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Re: kinda makes yall feel warm and fuzzy
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2015, 01:38:42 AM »
They (the US) has sophisticated detection systems at the borders and other ports of entry so they will be quite safe. That's haw the Chalk River nuclear leak was detected. The "low level" contaminated water leaked into the Ottawa river. This was then taken up by the Ottawa municipal water system. Ultimately after people drank it etc. it ended up in the sewage sludge. Ottawa being a clean city and oh so very concerned about the environment was shipping sewage sludge to the US. They got a better deal I guess. Anyway the trucks shipping the sludge set off the radiation detectors at the border and after that they had to deal with the problem.
It may never happen. Best to be prepared just in case.

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