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SoCal Woosley Fire -> Radioactive Contamination?
« on: November 14, 2018, 11:28:45 PM »
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  • Woosley Fire Potentially Started At Site Of Nuclear Meltdown, May Contain Radioactive Contamination

    Jim Satney November 14, 2018

    https://prepforthat.com/woosley-fire-santa-susana-field-laboratory/


    A Los Angeles journalist’s photographs are providing evidence of how the destructive Woosley wildfire could be spreading toxic and deadly contamination.

    KCAL9’s Stu Mundel’s photos show the fire beginning in the proximity of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory, or SSFL. The consequences attached to such a realization are disastrous for the surrounding communities which have long fought the laboratory’s alleged contamination issue.

    Here’s the breakdown. It all makes sense if you follow along.
    Southern California Edison reported a disturbance the Chatsworth substation, which is located on SSFL property, a mere two minutes prior to a fire erupting. In 1959, a Sodium Reactor Experiment reactor partially melted down in the same location. KCAL9’s Stu Mundel posted pictures of the incident here:

    Why is this important?

    Here’s a Google’s maps image to help lend perspective. You can see the proximity of the 1959 nuclear meltdown, the substation with the confirmed incident, and the noted starting point of the Woosley fire.


    The Edison report says that a “Chatsworth substation” incident took place on Thursday, at 2:22 pm. The Woosley fire began at 2:24 pm on the same day.

    That seems a bit too convenient to not be related. And if true (which seems to be the case), the implications for the surrounding communities and potentially easterly regions is tragic.

    Chatsworth Substation Located On Top Of Previous Nuclear Meltdown
    Santa Susana Field

    Laboratory before Woosley fire charred the surrounding lands.

    The Chatsworth substation sits within the perimeter of the Boeing Rocketdyne Santa Susana complex. The substation is approximately three football fields west of the Woosley fire starting point. Likewise, the substation is equally approximately three football fields east of the SRE complex, the site of the 1959 nuclear meltdown.

    The substations purpose was to provide electricity to the reactor. This electricity helped to power the main grid. This, of course, was the case prior to the meltdown incident.

    What does all of this mean?

    Woosley Fire May Be One Massive Radioactive, Contaminated Event

    The Woosley fire’s potential starting point is ground zero for gargantuan nuclear contamination. Over the years, according to Denise Duffield, Associate Director of Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles, there have been numerous other dangerous spills on the same property.

    “Though we must wait for fire authorities to conclude their investigation, it is ironic that an electrical substation built for a reactor that melted down six decades ago now may now be associated with a catastrophic fire that began on the SSFL site that is still badly contaminated from that accident and numerous other spills and releases,” said Denise Duffield, Associate Director of Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles (PSR-LA.)

    Nuclear reactor meltdowns, toxic spills, nuclear testing events, have amounted to decades of soil contamination at the highest of levels.
    In fact, numerous studies have confirmed that increased incidents of cancer throughout communities near the site (clearly, before the Woosley fire erupted). Now the Woosley fire is emanating intense toxicity all over southern California and as far away as Massachusettes.

    Lord have mercy.

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    Re: SoCal Woosley Fire -> Radioactive Contamination?
    « Reply #1 on: November 15, 2018, 12:03:34 AM »
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    Rocky Peak Bel Canyon fire as it started. We were on our way to the NewBerry Park fire when I took this. @KCBSKCALDesk
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    Re: SoCal Woosley Fire -> Radioactive Contamination?
    « Reply #2 on: November 15, 2018, 12:15:39 AM »
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    Re: SoCal Woosley Fire -> Radioactive Contamination?
    « Reply #3 on: November 15, 2018, 04:43:40 AM »
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    Time-lapse video clearly reveals atmospheric spraying over "Camp Fire" smoke in Northern California. Highly toxic smoke from climate engineering fueled record wildfires is constantly contaminating our breathable air column. But is the wildfire smoke the only source of contamination in our air? No, the ongoing global climate engineering operations are dispersing untold quantities of highly toxic heavy metals, polymers and chemicals directly over and into the smoke canopies. Geoengineering programs are nothing short of weather and biological warfare. GeoengineeringWatch.org wishes to express our deepest and most sincere condolences to all the victims of the catastrophic, unprecedented, and completely unnatural wildfires.


    Dane Wigington
    GeoengineeringWatch.org


    Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, November 10, 2018, #170
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    Dane Wigington
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    The “Camp Fire” is now officially the most destructive wildfire in California history. This is a tragic fact following an entire summer of extreme fire destruction in the US west. The official narrative from Washington is that the extreme fires are due to a lack of forest management, this is a blatant lie. Fire season is now a year round threat in so many parts of the world, while constant deluge is occurring elsewhere. So much that once was, now is no more. Though many are still unaware or willfully blind, the changes that are unfolding are already impacting us all. The wheels that are turning will continue to accelerate with many factors already far past the breaking point. There are countless issues that cannot be hidden for much longer. The November 10th installment of Global Alert News is below.

    https://youtu.be/WeZVYst0IMY?list=PLwfFtDFZDpwtijqkJiOyc-WJOaGWOfVGG
    Lord have mercy.

     

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