"Gizmodo.com reports that in the basement of Kodak's New York property lay 3.5 pounds of enriched uranium. Which means they had enough to build an
No-one knew about it - not cops, firies, New York officials - except for a few top Kodak execs and White House types."
So was there one under the WTC?
Now I know 9/11 was a complete fraud and inside job, but we dont know the whole truth. All kinds of theories of how/what caused so much
pulverisation; one that came up every so often was a secret reactor deep under the WTC. This gives that theory a whole lot of cred.
Just so everyone knows, the nuclear reactor that Kodak kept was located at Kodak Park, which is in Rochester, NY (in western NY) and is 340 miles from
NYC. I live 20 minutes from Rochester and drive by Kodak Park all the time. So this one has nothing to do with WTC or 9/11.
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by CINY8 because: (no reason given)
Apparently Kodak acquired the reactor in 1974 to check for impurities and other assorted testing. It was dismantled in 2006.
great. Problem solved than. Wonder why that didn't work for Saddam about the wmd's. Stupid Saddam, he should have just told the westerners that they
are using it just to do some testing and sh*t. No biggie. That would fly.
edit: This is clearly a conspiracy...samkent stated that they were using it to build x-ray machines for dentist. So obviously they are lying to cover
up the dentist agenda.
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What do you exactly think they could have done with this rather small reactor? Clearly they would not have been authorised to have it in their
possession if there was any likelihood of the material being misused. It was clearly all accounted for as it should be and nothing went missing. There
was no more risk, perhaps less even, than with any other organisation with the correct clearance and security procedures in place. Just because you
don't understand the technology or the administration involved in it's distribution doesn't mean there is a problem.
I would imagine that he was trying to prove that theory that a mini nuke was used to bring down the towers is not that far fetched. Although I would
not connect this incident with the event, implications are interesting if you wanna draw parallels.
The point of my post, my good man, is that we are not in the know. I'm not connecting it to anything. I'm just saying...we are so ready to jump and
defend the administration, but it is clear from many cases that things are hidden from the public. The public is than forced to concoct wild theories
about events, since real data is hidden. Like this little baby.
Tell me...how many people would be protesting in front of Kodak if it was publicly known that there is a nuclear reactor in some basement near the
NYC? And that only a couple of guards are watching it? How many?
Ah yes I see, but contrary to what the article says if I remember rightly there would not be enough U235 to reach critical mass anyway. As this would
have been a research reactor it would not even have been highly enriched and even if it was and the device was built using a highly efficient neutron
reflector, critical mass would still far exceed the amount stated. You would need over 100lbs of 235 of high purity (i.e. >80%) to achieve critical
mass (without a neutron reflector), with a neutron reflector maybe 30-50 lbs. Whereas a research reactor utilises 235 of
Reactor was in ROCHESTER NY where Kodak had its headquarters . Rochester is almost 400 road miles
from New York City
I went to school in Rochester
Kodak turned the material over to the government in 2007, under heavy security. But for more than 30 years, the company had a device called a
californium neutron flux multiplier, or CFX, in a specially built labyrinth beneath Building 82 at its labs near Rochester, New York. The device was
about the size of a refrigerator.
Very true, there is definitely a lot concealed from the public. Some rightly, some wrongly. In this case it is probably best that it was not public
knowledge this material was there. While I certainly hope they did not have just a couple of guards preventing unauthorised access, if this was
the case the fact it wasn't public knowledge was why it remained there without incident and wasn't stolen to be 'misused'
additionally...is it ok to threaten countries that are researching nuclear power for their own gain, when you allow private corporations to own and
experiment with nuclear reactors ? And god knows how many that we know nothing about....
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