HOW THIS IS DONE TO US
Deborah Tavares asked
to comment on a Truck carrying radioactive uranium compound that crashed on I-95 in Cumberland sparking evacuation on
March 31, 2021
You Need to Know this intentional crash operation creates what is called a Mobile Chernobyl
Service based in Tennessee.
According to U.S. Department of Transportation record, the company has a good safety record.
Records show it has five citations for hazardous materials issues since March 2019.
Two of the four 1,000-gallon containers of uranium hexafluoride the truck was carrying fell off as the truck overturned
Definition Radioactive Uranium:
Ingestion of high concentrations of uranium can cause severe health effects, such as cancer of the bone or liver.
Inhaling large concentrations of uranium can cause lung cancer from the exposure to alpha particles. Uranium is also a toxic chemical, meaning that ingestion of uranium can cause kidney damage from its chemical properties much sooner than its radioactive properties would cause cancers of the bone or liver.
Definition Uranium hexafluoride
* Uranium Hexafluoride is RADIOACTIVE. Ionizing radiation can cause mutations, cancer and/or reproductive damage. * Uranium Hexafluoride is a HIGHLY CORROSIVE CHEMICAL and contact can severely irritate and burn the skin and eyes with possible eye damage.
Subject: Re: HELLO BOB: A CRASH? Yeah right .. . Please comment . . . .Truck carrying radioactive uranium compound crashes on I-95 in Cumberland sparking evacuation on March 31, 2021.
NOTE: The truck was operated by Hittman Transport Service based in Tennessee.
Date: March 31, 2021 at 8:38:02 PM PDT
Bob Replies to Tavares -
They used the same "casks" when we did a demonstration 40 some odd years ago at the state capitol parking lot.
"Mobile Chernobyl" we dubbed the Casks.
The casks then and now are for making low enrichment fuel rods.
The really good stuff is the bomb grade U235 or Plutonium intended to power submarines. Those are accompanied by armed Marines. Admiral Rickover insisted on the most potent fuel rods.