Explosive Dispersion Etc Etc Etc - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mike Valentine Smith
    • 21.12.08 | 08:01 (IST)

    What troubles me most about this bombing is that if the target was indeed some kind of plutonium processing plant, then wouldn't the toxic matter then be blown up into the atmosphere and poison the whole region and a wide plume would them form and maybe expand over time? Wouldn't all that require a mass evacuation a la Chernobyl? Something about this isn't "Kosher" eh? And if the plant was blown up before the Plutonium was delivered; then where the **** is it now? That's if they have any at all. This tech can't be "put back into the bottle". Whether it happens in 5 years, 50 or 100, a few hate filled brainwashed suicidal idiots (who may delude themselves into thinking that they're doing "good") will set off one of these....and even if it's just a "dirty bomb" the consequences would likely escalate to a broad conflagration. Ultimately the best assurance of real security for all is peace. The Arab "street" is hungry for peace, prosperity *and* freedom! War is a racket. Shalom!

    from the article: Inside Intel / Not a reactor - something far more vicious
    First published 00:00 22.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 22.11.07
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