Letter, from Riverrider
I was just over a JWR’s site reading a post about hidden nuclear sites, like military and research reactors. One huge site was missed, and is poised to ruin his “American Redoubt” forever. It’s in the north-east corner of Oregon, housing spent fuel rods and nuclear waste as well as chemical munitions by the thousands of tons.
They are constantly struggling to keep the water levels up, drawing from the river that leads to major metro areas in the west. The constant radioactive leakage from the cooling tanks is going who knows where, they can’t find it. now, in grid down, how are they planning on keeping the water level high enough to prevent nuclear firestorm? good question, nobody knows.
If it were to flame up, its close proximity might set off thousands of rounds of deadly vx nerve gas, sarin, dobin, mustard, who knows what else uncle sugar has stored there. It’s so dangerous and vulnerable to terrorists they have their own high-speed ninja security detail, swat doesn’t come close to these ex seal/sf gunners.
Hows JWR’s redoubt look now? As for my area I just found out we have several research reactors in close proximity, and even a site that dismantles nuclear devices for the military. Joy joy……………. Happy memorial day, think of a trooper this weekend. ltc Kelley, ssg Booker, shot down over Iraq, you are not forgotten. Patrolman Glenn Lawson, killed in the line of duty, rest easy my friend….
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