posted on Feb, 5 2017 @ 09:17 PM
a reply to: FosterVS
One man's infomercial is another man's "community outreach. " ;-) People like to think these dumps are safe. Probably with 100% accurate knowledge of
the waste, they could be safe. But institutional history is rough. People go in and out of organizations all the time, and at some point items lack
Blast from the past
During one of those plutonium dispersal tests at the Tonopah Test Range, they nuked a few animals. Post autopsy, they just buried at animals on the
range. Sometime later it was decided that leaving a bunch of nuked animals in the ground was a bad idea. The report indicated that they had to find
former employees to remember where they were buried.
You can fence off an area that is contaminated and anyone who can read will stay away, but critters won't. The desert has many burrowing animals.