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Indeed. Pesticides, or DU would be my guesses. I still won't rule out the training grounds. Would be nice to check and see if there are other clusters of health problems or birth defects. Even in livestock.
Of interest on YTC is a NSA listening post with a few huge dishes that goes 7 stories deep that covers all Pacific rim comms like phones, internet, etc.
That is of interest.edit on 17-2-2014 by FyreByrd because: (no reason given)
Indeed. I had never even heard of it before now.........
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I'll have to check that out next time I go out to Pasco. I've always been curious about secret facilities in this state. I've heard rumors of underground bases near Mt. Rainier, but nothing concrete.
I know a few people, military and contractor, that ended up with health issues after coming back from Iraq. I really hope these don't end up long term for you. I had a few issues for two years after I cam back from Saudi, thankfully, they were relatively minor and went away. There is so much toxic garbage over there you just don't know what to expect will go wrong.
That's really weird about the goats. Especially the CIA guys. I wonder what was so special they drove you away from that....
A pre-stabilized laser emits a beam of up to 200 Watts that passes through an optical mode cleaner before reaching a beam splitter at the vertex of the L. There the beam splits into two paths, one for each arm of the L; each arm contains Fabry–Pérot cavities that store the beams and increase the effective path length.
LIGO's mission is to directly observe gravitational waves of cosmic origin. These waves were first predicted by Einstein's general theory of relativity in 1916, when the technology necessary for their detection did not yet exist. Observations of the binary pulsar PSR 1913+16 after its discovery in 1974 showed an orbital decay which matched Einstein's predictions. The Nobel Prize in Physics 1993 was awarded to Hulse and Taylor for this discovery.
57 trails, 8 planes, simultan. Yakima, April 7, 10:00 a.m. PostWed May 09, 2001
I have never seen anything like this. I have seen what I believed to be chemtrails while training in Yakima, WA, but nothing like these dark ones...very interesting.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Whistle-blower Donna Busche, who raised safety concerns at the nation's most polluted nuclear weapons production site, was fired Tuesday from her job at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.
Busche's complaints are part of a string of whistle-blower and other claims related to the design and safety of an unfinished waste treatment plant at Hanford.
Busche, 50, said she was called into the office Tuesday morning and told she was being fired for cause.
Busche is the second Hanford whistle-blower to be fired by URS in recent months. Walter Tamosaitis, who also raised safety concerns about the plant, was fired in October after 44 years of employment.
Central to the cleanup is dealing with 53 million gallons of highly radioactive waste left from decades of plutonium production for the nation's nuclear weapons arsenal. The waste is stored in 177 aging underground tanks, many of which have leaked, threatening the groundwater and the neighboring Columbia River.
The person responsible for overseeing the cleanup of the former nuclear weapons site in Hanford, Washington—the most contaminated in the United States—was fired on Tuesday after blowing the whistle on the dangerous conditions at the facility.
Donna Busche—manager of Environmental and Nuclear Safety for the San Francisco-based URS Corporation, a Hanford cleanup subcontractor hired by the federal government — is at least the third senior official who has been fired or forced out after raising the alarm about lack of safety at the site, according to the Los Angeles Times. She said executives told her she was being fired for “unprofessional conduct.”
“The Energy Department’s overall safety culture is broken and all they are doing now is sitting idly by,” Busche declared on Tuesday.
While URS claims Busche was not punished or retaliated against, Busche says she was "absolutely" targeted.