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She said they recovered a shotgun, handgun and two assault rifles, inside Allman's abandoned vehicle. Behind the Arco station by old HP, But she still believes he is armed.
“During the press conference, Sheriff Laurie Smith named a host of law enforcement agencies involved in the manhunt, including the FBI, US Marshals, Homeland Security, and San Jose, Santa Clara, Campbell, and Sunnyvale police departments.”
liquid mercury was used as a coolant for some nuclear reactors; however, sodium is proposed for reactors cooled with liquid metal, because the high density of mercury requires much more energy to circulate as coolant.
Mercury was a propellant for early ion engines in electric space propulsion systems.
Today this cement plant is the single highest source of mercury emissions in the Country (more than any oil refinery) and located in one of the highest populated areas in the nation.
It has been rumored for years that the military’s black operations has perfected incredibly advanced gravity-defying triangular supersecret aerial platforms like the TR-3B's whose propulsion system as follows: " A circular, plasma filled accelerator ring called the Magnetic Field Disrupter, surrounds the rotatable crew compartment and is a technology using , Mercury based pressurized heated into plasma and accelerated to create a super-conductive plasma with the resulting gravity disruption. The MFD generates a magnetic vortex field, which disrupts or neutralizes the effects of gravity on mass within proximity, The requirement for a dense material moving at relativistic speeds would explain the use of Mercury plasma (heavy ions)."
The portrait of the 47-year-old quarry worker and single dad that emerged Thursday -- a day after he gunned down three co-workers and wounded seven other people -- was not that of a spiritual, peace-loving man who snapped. It was one of a coldblooded killer who sheriff's officials said kept a handgun at home hidden in the cutout pages of a Bible. Sheriff's officials revealed Thursday that Allman used a rope and piece of plywood to jam shut a door and trap about a dozen co-workers in a trailer at a Cuperitno quarry during a predawn meeting Wednesday. Then he began shooting. While on the run a little more than an hour later, Allman made a walkie-talkie call back to the terrified survivors. His message: He was coming back to finish them off, sheriff's officials told this newspaper. He never returned. Wednesday's massive hunt for Allman moved about five miles away to a neighborhood across the street from a Hewlett-Packard campus. A surveillance video released Thursday by the Sheriff's Office shows Allman walking past a liquor store with a rifle slung over his shoulder. Soon after, sheriff's officials believe he placed assault rifles in two hiding places along Homestead Road -- and left a shotgun in the trunk of his 1999 Mercury. Sheriff's officials said Thursday they believed he could have been preparing for a final shootout. Carrying a bulging bag of ammo, he next turned up in the HP parking lot, where he shot a 60-year-old woman in a botched carjacking. Then he disappeared. As helicopters searched overhead and schools locked their doors, officers picked through the neighborhood with German shepherds and bloodhounds, clued to Allman's scent through his abandoned car. Deputies said they were not sure how Allman had evaded them all night. He could have hidden in a home or a garage, but there's no evidence he knew anyone there. Deputies finally confronted Allman about 7:30