29 March 2011

fancy new gizmo for our covert ops across the globe

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And other astonishing revelations....


I fell for this headline and ran right over to JAIF to verify the long-overdue seven, but... well... you know....
Japan's prime minister insisted Tuesday that the country was on "maximum alert" [country, maybe; nukes industry, definitely not] to bring its nuclear crisis under control, but the spread of radiation raised concerns about the ability of experts to stabilize the crippled reactor complex.


"The removal of the contaminated water is the most urgent task now, and hopefully we can adjust the amount of cooling water going in," he said, adding that workers were building sandbag dikes to keep contaminated water from seeping into the soil outside.

The discovery of plutonium, released from fuel rods only when temperatures are extremely high, confirms the severity of the damage, Nishiyama said.

Plutonium is a highly toxic substance which breaks down very slowly, remaining dangerously radioactive for hundreds of thousands of years [which, you will agree, constitutes extreme "very slowly"].

"If you inhale it, it's there and it stays there [for a darn short] forever," said Alan Lockwood, a professor of Neurology and Nuclear Medicine at the University at Buffalo and a member of the board of directors of Physicians for Social Responsibility, an advocacy group.
Why do we bother clicking these links?


How many people have insisted the United States would start WWIII before the crash? I've lost count.


Quoth jo6pac: Nothing to see here. Move along.


I very seriously despise Bernard-Henri Lévy. Period.


Take a few moments for pretty HERE.


You gotta thank the aliens who engineered us for this much at least.

love, 99


  1. "The world is full of ... governments and other authorities who are capable of breaking into that system,"

    Well, Duh!

  2. Here's may be the good news on ww3, second story.
    Go to Vampire Wars

    And more on the way?

    Yep everything is on schedule, please move along.
    Time to go work in the garden but it's not a victory garden for sure.

  3. http://www.zerohedge.com/article/syrian-president-assad-accepts-resignation-government


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