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Originally posted by Marrr
reply to post by hiii_98
Then I suggest you head back there with a cutting torch and proceed to sear metal. Perhaps the dynamite just out of sight behind the door won't ignite this time. Another thing, this is private property is it not? You have no business even considering "breaking into" this place.
Originally posted by hiii_98
Originally posted by karpator
would someone be able to lockpick it maybe? but then again if the lock is rusted it wont work so good
i think its stupid that i dont have stuff like this in my neighbourhood or some where i know
I think it would be possible to lock pick..not easy but possible. The lock itself is surrounded by a boltcutter like housing. You actually have to stick your hand into a thick metal tube to get to the lock itself. I really more recommend putting a light through the hole that someone else already cut into the door and then putting in a small camera and pearing around rather than breaking anything...
[edit on 22-7-2009 by hiii_98]
DOE restricts access to the radiological control area of the site where the mill tailings and the highest concentrations of soil contamination exist. This area is fenced and signs are posted in accordance with the requirements of Title 10 Code of Federal Regulations Part 835 and relevant DOE guidelines. Staff are on site 7 days per week and perform security, maintenance activities, erosion control measures, storm water prevention activities, and health and safety oversight of the field activities.
Originally posted by PsykoOps
All I can say is: Pics or didn't happen