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Nearly nature, nearly perfect But, near Hanford (part 1) via

By Paul K. Haeder

The Hanford story is a puzzle, and the connection to Spokane is both ironic and scary in many ways. Part two of this series will look more closely at the “hot milk” connection to Spokane, the spikes in miscarriages and birth defects in our own River City, and the overall deception government and contractors deploy when working in secrecy. Ironically, there are so many leaks and messed up mitigation angles to the Hanford story that all the science and all the spin can’t do what needs to be done–clean up the spills from old era tanks, stop the flow of radioactive muck to the Columbia and remove and contain the waste, some of which has a half life of thousands of years.

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See Part 2, When Cold War Starts, The Hot Milk Gets Poured

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