xeni at February 17th, 2014 20:33 — #1
boundegar at February 17th, 2014 21:23 — #2
Oh good, no danger to human health. Like Fukushima then.
chgoliz at February 17th, 2014 23:26 — #3
It's too far away, and too recent, to explain either Texas or Arizona.
dioptase1 at February 18th, 2014 07:32 — #4
WIPP doesn’t accept high-level waste or spent fuel rods. It was built to contain the relatively low-level radioactive clothing, tools, pipes, rags, debris, concrete, and dirt contaminated with plutonium at military bomb building facilities like Rocky Flats, Colo., and Savannah River, South Carolina.
Yeah, there are better sources, but this quote was nice and succinct.
lokay5 at February 19th, 2014 04:41 — #5
Air-borne radiation? No problem. There's no "immediate"' health threat.
The cancer and leukemia won't appear for years.
xeni at February 22nd, 2014 20:33 — #6
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