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To introduce my videos I like to share a quick question and then quotes from the publications that I use as sources.
What happens when you have a 2010 treaty between the United States and Russia that prevents us from exceeding 1,550 warheads? What happens when new technology make the Pentagon build new weapons; forcing our old warheads to be decommissioned and their Plutonium removed? What happens when you have more plutonium than we have resources and technology enough to dispose of correctly and quickly enough…you have America’s Ominous Nuclear Secret…How Close Are You To A Catastrophic Detonation?
“Although many safety rules are in place, a slip of the hand could mean disaster.
In Energy Department facilities around the country, there are 54 metric tons of surplus plutonium. Pantex, the plant near Amarillo, holds so much plutonium that it has exceeded the 20,000 cores, called “pits,” regulations allow it to hold in its temporary storage facility. There are enough cores there to cause thousands of megatons of nuclear explosions. More are added each day.”
|America’s nuclear headache: old plutonium with nowhere to go | Article by Reuter’s
“”They are not in control,” John Martell, the Washington Department of Health official who oversees radioactive air emissions, said about the Energy Department and its contractors. “We want them to stop before they do become a public health threat.”
Tom Carpenter, executive director of the watchdog group Hanford Challenge, asserts that the demolition project used too many unskilled workers, attempted to do the work too fast and failed to adopt known safety measures that would have helped contain the contamination.
“They took shortcuts and stupid risks,” Carpenter said. “They gambled and lost.””
|Contamination from a nuclear cleanup forced a shutdown. Investigators want to know who is responsible | Article by LA Times
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