New (and better documented) data has been released by CEMRC showing that Cesium 137 was initially detected during the explosion at WIPP. This detection is a bad sign for two reasons:
(1) It shows that the explosion and its after affects were strong enough to affect the highly radioactive "Remote Handled" TRansUranic waste (RH-TRU).
(2) It is indicative of severe underground destruction, as RH-TRU wastes are stored in sealed boreholes drilled into the walls of the Panel rooms.
Many questions still remain, a good portion of which could be cleared up IF more raw data was released on the ambient air detections. We suspect there is good reason why that data seems to be obfuscated, as there is no plausible deniability that those readings were mitigated by HEPA filters.
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