Thursday, February 20, 2014

We See Risk of "Back Draft" Explosion @ DOE WIPP Site: We Would EVACUATE If We Lived Within 100 Miles

A source who has been proven to have credible inside information about the Department of Energy's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in New Mexico, has confirmed seeing a photo showing SMOKE coming from a shaft at the WIPP site which is NOT supposed to have smoke.

We take this to mean that DOE does not have Air Flow Control over the underground fire. DOE reportedly has attempted to shut off Air Flow into the mine. Since this effort does not appear to have been 100% successful, we see a risk of a "backdraft" induced explosion occurring at the site, if air breaks though their current efforts. The only way to be "sure" would be to start permanently sealing all the shafts, and that is NOT going to happen.

At this point, we would be set to evacuate the area and head West, if we lived within 100 miles of the location. If we lived further out, we would hope the distance would provide us enough warning time to react if there were additional explosions. But that would mean having the evacuation route mapped out, and the car and equipment ready to evacuate on a moments notice.

Those are the things WE would do in this situation, at a minimum wearing a p100 mask when outside is wise; along with having one ready to grab and go.


  1. Hence the mass migration mitigation and massive KI purchases?

  2. KI won't help unless they had a criticality. DOE statements that radiation levels are dropping are indicative of a fission event, but they might just be weasel words to mean the Plutonium is settling out of the air and onto the salt in the mine. The extremely concerning thing is that DOE now admits they took a surface swipe which read 4.4 MILLION disintegrations per minute (likely per square centimeter). Since they say they don't have anyone underground, the swipe must be from taken at the surface from one of the shafts, and that Plutonium didn't get their by crawling up the wall. That Plutonium had to be explosively airborne to deposit there.