Again my friend has been busy kicking down the side door of the EPA to find us the rad graphs, that the sheeple aren't suppose to see, so enjoy.
Grand Rapids Mich.
Fort Wayne Ind,
Salt Lake City UT.
And this little news blurb on a spike of Cancers near St Louis from an old dump.
A little off topic but I don't think anyone will mind?
Sounds just like Love Canal NY all over again. Remember that? I have a great Love Canal story.
In the 70's when Nixon [with the Canadian government's OK] was making Agent Orange in the little menonite town Elmira Ont. north of Kitchener Ont.,
the menonites thought the Uniroyal factory was making tires. I told a menonite lady up here the story too. She had moved up here from Elmira. A
lightbulb went off. She said "Oh that's why there so many birth defects there"
When the hippies and parents finally shut Vietnam down ole tricky dicky had a 5 year stockpile of agent orange sitting in Elmira, that he had to get
rid of. 1/5 was bought by [Now in the Carlyle group] Frank McKenna, Premier of New Brunswick. He watered the agent orange down 10 to 1, and used it to
spray New Brunswick for the spruce bud worm, and told folks to "stay inside and don't hang your laundry out". The other 4/5ths went by tanker truck
to Love Canal NY and was dumped in a pit 40 feet from the Niagara river. Hooker chemical [Buffalo] was dumping in there as well as others too. A dude
I worked with driving dump trucks took one load down, then quit when he realized what they were doing. I also met a chemist who worked at Elmira
Uniroyal and he verified the whole story years later.
See, the way the EPA was set up you couldn't transport different toxic, lethal chemicals together in the same tanker truck, but 15 different tankers
with different toxins could dump in the same pit. On the one load my buddy took in, before he quit, he was talking to a scientist [on site watching]
who said "By dumping all these toxins together in the same pit and letting them all mix together they have created 120,000 deadly compounds that they
know nothing about"
There was Manhatten project radioactive waste in there too, from the 1950's.
Love Canal went on to Infamy, thank to Lois Gibbs and her brave neighbors.
Eight years later there was a blurb in the newspaper about the mist from the Falls eating the paint off the houses every year. Gee, I wonder why?
Oh, a footnote: When you live on a main drag in Niagara Falls Ont. You have to keep your house in tip top shape because of all the tourist buses going
past. Well The homeowners launched a lawsuit to make the city pay for all exterior house paint when they found the mist off the falls was eating the
paint off their houses every year.
I never heard if they won.