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Idaho St. University “Lost” Nuclear Grade Plutonium-Poses Threat for Dirty Bombs

 

 

Idaho State University was recently for losing a small amount of radioactive, weapons-grade plutonium.

The amount is too small to make a mature nuclear bomb. However, the amount is large enough that could be used in the construction of a dirty bomb, according to the NRC.

Dr. Cornelis Van der Schyf, vice president for research at the university, made the excuse that the school forgot to dispose of the material. Is that even believable?the good professor stated that  “The radioactive source in question poses no direct health issue or risk to public safety.” Really? At least it doesn’t until it is made into a dirty bomb.

The University was only fined $8,500.  This is hardly enough to compensate for the danger posed by the school. Was the material stolen by terrorists, sold to terrorists, is it the next Deep State false flag? We have no idea, and the public safety be damned.

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By | 2018-05-08T13:22:14+00:00 May 8th, 2018|Breaking News, Featured, Main|4 Comments

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  1. MadMagyar May 8, 2018 at 8:27 pm

    A gram? That ain’t much, though made into a dirty bomb it could contaminate a few thousand people in a confined area, like a large city’s downtown area. It’d take a large cleanup, too. But I’ve held a DU penetrator in my hands (0.66 POUNDS of depleted uranium). And so have many Air Force A-10 service and armament technicians. “Depleted” uranium is just that, natural uranium depleted of a certain percentage of its main fissionable isotope U-235. But it’s STILL very radioactive and can produce quite a lot of gamma and beta rays, because it’s still producing daughter elements that are themselves radioactive. I’d be more concerned about the military losing a few of those. Or Iraqi kids playing in the craters left around the tanks we blew up in the first Gulf War. The nuclear fuel production industry loses a lot more than that just in statistical measuring and bookkeeping errors each month.

  2. gene May 9, 2018 at 3:46 am

    Slap on the wrist

  3. DB May 9, 2018 at 8:37 am

    How about putting Cornelis’ (nice name) a** in jail until the plutonium is found. Then maybe he will “remember” what he did with the “harmless” plutonium.

  4. Mathew Donahue May 11, 2018 at 8:47 pm

    Is this cause for concern? Remember, the commies have suitcase nukes, and the Chinese/North Koreans are going to EMP us, and the dam is going to flood CA, and FEMA will intern us color listed folks, and the UN is going to take our guns, and Red Dawn is going to happen, and Trump’s God’s man, with his divorces, affairs, lies, greed, arrogance, and boastfulness, all qualities of a Godly man (’cause he doesn’t drink, and says what others have said I think!)

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