posted on May, 16 2012 @ 06:58 AM
I think this is a non-story, other than discussing the social ignorance associated with it.
As has been pointed out, if anyone had discussed this before it was public knowledge they would have been ridiculed.
FYI, there are plenty of places that the public knows nothing about right now, just as there have been throughout the history of centralized
government. People don't see it, but there are still thousands of secret locations storing plenty of dangerous materials used in research and
Perhaps the scariest part about all of it is the lack of transparency. When you have these things in the hands of corporations, with no one to really
answer to, you have to wonder how a government can claim to be working for national security.
That material might not have been adequate for a nuclear device, but it would certainly have been adequate for a "dirty bomb". It was unaccounted
for as far as we are all concerned.
I think people need to look into who knew about this, how it was secured, who had access and how those people were monitored.
When you have a government reducing freedom in the name of "national security", and then you find stories like this, you have to wonder just how
competent they are, and what their true motivations are...