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Scottish nuclear submarine faulty reactor kept secret

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I read Tony's report on Press TV, http://edition.presstv.ir/detail/359803.html
So I contacted him and he suggested I post here.

Here is something you might find of interest which I suspect was accepted as possible by some.
(I sent this message below to Mr Salmond.)

Respected Alex;

Thank-you for recently exposing the secret nuke submarine problem which has caught worldwide attention.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-26496254
Is there any link with that - to the spat of dead whales that have been washing up on our shores?
I spotted the whale in Melness (see link below) and I informed John Thurso MP.
Then the whale was tied to the pier for several days. (picture on the Melness website)
Then someone came and took it away ... MOD?
Is there a report?
Would they be looking for nuke toxicity in the whales?

http://www.melness.org.uk/newphotopage.html

http://news.stv.tv/scotland/232622-mink ... t-in-rope/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-e ... e-25695370

A similar situation is happening on the USA's Pacific coast.

http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2014/0 ... est-coast/
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Extra £50m for Dounreay nuclear clean up
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-h ... s-28034766

This story raises some questions.
"clean up" infers that there is some dirt. Within this context, it must mean potentially lethal nuclear waste. Does this mean that if this "Extra £50m" did not manifest then the situation would be that of a state of nuclear dirt still being available for cleaning? If the answer is no, then what is the "Extra £50m" going to be spent on?
The pub?
or is it simply more msm, bs?
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harry108 wrote:Extra £50m for Dounreay nuclear clean up
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-h ... s-28034766

This story raises some questions.
"clean up" infers that there is some dirt. Within this context, it must mean potentially lethal nuclear waste. Does this mean that if this "Extra £50m" did not manifest then the situation would be that of a state of nuclear dirt still being available for cleaning? If the answer is no, then what is the "Extra £50m" going to be spent on?
The pub?
or is it simply more msm, bs?
Hi Harry,

In the context of £1.6billion budget for the facility (for storage of low level radiation) then an extra £50million is not a particularly bad overspend. I think the real figure to concentrate on is not the extra £50 million but the £1.6 billion! The other aspect to consider is the 300 years that the facility will be off limits to anything approaching an organic life form. This is the reason I hate nuclear power, the cr*p being left for future generations.

Consider the low level waste facility over in the states...

The New Mexico Waste Isolation Pilot Plant - built at a cost $19 billion - now rendered completely useless after an accident earlier this year and now, after spreading plutonium into the atmosphere, requires 13 layers of concrete to make it safe.

http://www.dcbureau.org/201406059835/na ... aster.html

You would have thought that a $19 billion disaster would make the news but apparently MSM does not report important news...
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