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READ ME! Los Alamos Fire and Nuclear Weapons

Even though the wildfire in Los Alamos, NM has burned over 92,000 acres and threatened the nuclear lab there, the program will more than likely expand it's production of nuclear weapons.


This next article is from a fire in May, 2000, but it still has interesting thoughts on the contamination the lab may have on the surrounding environment as well as the smoke from fires around it.


I also read, and when I find it I can post it, that the lab has 20,000 barrels of nuclear waste stored in tents.

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energy, know what it is? can you define it?

if not. can you be led astray? can you be confused and made a fool of?
there is a major difference between a theory and a law love.

E=MC2 is a theory, not a law.

the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics. will serve you well.


I also read

about the huge amounts of water it takes to make nuclear weapons. It's all pretty gross.

All these nuclear accidents

are just to convenient and the lack of monitoring makes me think that population control is goal. The silent killer that makes them a huge profit at the same time. We are under attack but few will even realize it.

Prepare & Share the Message of Freedom through Positive-Peaceful-Activism.

You know

it's really sad that so much man-power was spent on saving Los Alamos (I mean it's nice that the plant didn't explode or something, but the pueblos really suffered). The Cochiti Pueblo to the south of the fire was very badly damaged because of it.



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So sad. The dangers these huge federal

projects put us all in is never considered when the schemes are talked up in the media and funded by Congress. No accountability is a recipe for taking excess risks.

Even when it's in their face!

Georgia Guidestones, anyone?


I think this is the year where we are being taught the hard way that we have to move away from nuclear power or else.