TRight-wing 'Boogaloo' men arrested on terror charges, conspiracy to incite violence - Business Insider Three self-proclaimed members of the far-right "boogaloo" movement were held on domestic terrorism charges after federal prosecutors accused them of trying to spark violence during police brutality protests in Las Vegas.The "boogaloo" movement was defined in the charging document as "a … Continue reading Right-wing ‘Boogaloo’ men arrested on terror charges, conspiracy to incite violence – Business Insider
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Gov. Andy Beshear has ordered Kentucky State Police to investigate the early Monday incident that featured Louisville Metro Police and National Guard personnel fatally shooting the owner of a popular West End barbecue business at 26th Street and Broadway. The victim was David McAtee, the popular owner of a barbecue business next … Continue reading Appears LMPD And National Guard Have Shot Dead A Local Business Owner in Louisville.
"At some point during the inhumanly cold Himalayan winter straddling 1965 and 1966, a peculiar collection of box-shaped objects one sprouting a six-foot, insect-like antenna plummets nine thousand feet down the sheer flanks of a remote peak. Ripped from its moorings by an avalanche, the jumbled apparatus slides down a funnel-shaped hourglass of hard snow … Continue reading CIA Lost A Plutonium Spying Device In Nanda Devi; Contaminating The Ganges River
"Under our current law, a suspected terrorist on the FBI's No-Fly List can't board an airplane -- but they can still legally purchase guns and explosives.This loophole, known as the “Terror Gap,” is a threat to public safety that Congress needs to address immediately.The events in Boston last week reminded us that people on the … Continue reading Suspected Terrorists on FBI’s No-Fly List Can Still Legally Purchase AK-47’s and Explosives In USA
Recently, a couple of terrorists used crude pressure cooker bombs in Boston. Everyone heard about this event, and it was covered 24/7 for a week solid. A massive effort is launched to find them, and President Obama declared that we will not tolerate terrorism or being held hostage in our homes by terrorists. Yet, have … Continue reading Hijackers Took Oak Ridge Nuclear Reactor Hostage; We Are All Hostages To Nuclear Power And Military Industry
Despite the prediction in the video above, the vote for gun background checks failed in the Senate. Isn't it odd and quite wonderful, how democracy and community can work very quickly when it comes down to finding and catching 2 terrorists who killed three people, in less than a week? But when it comes to preventing 30,000 … Continue reading 3 People Killed By Terrorists? Go All Out, Problem Solved! 30,000 Murdered Per Year? Do NOTHING!
The City of New York launched an undercover investigation to expose how a dangerous loophole in the law allows criminals to get guns. Watch our undercover footage that shines a spotlight on illegal sales at gun shows.For more information, visit http://www.GunShowUndercover.orgSee all footage and read the report at http://www.nyc.gov/gunshowFor more information about gun violence, click … Continue reading 30% of all Guns Used In Crime Come From Gun Shows
In an article at PhysOrg.com, nuclear energy specialists from four British universities suggest that, although thorium has been promoted as a superior fuel for future nuclear energy generation, it should not be regarded as inherently proliferation resistant.Production of 233U (through the irradiation of thorium-232) invariably produces small amounts of uranium-232 as an impurity, because of parasitic … Continue reading Thorium Nuclear Bomb Proliferation Risks
In the video above, viewers can watch as a Geiger Counter measures radiation from a Cobalt 60 source. Putting glass, aluminum and even lead sheets in between the Cobalt 60 and the detector makes no difference, as the Gamma radiation passes through all of them. This is what makes Gamma radiation so dangerous. It takes … Continue reading Radioactive Cobalt 60 Properties, Dangers, Half Life, Weapons Application
The nuclear industry claims that nuclear power plants are safe from terrorist attacks. What if that is not true? Would that change your opinion about the 'safety' of all of these nuclear power plants located near cities? What if a small armed group of terrorists took over a fully functioning nuclear power plant, along with their … Continue reading Atucha Nuclear Reactor Taken Over By Terrorist Guerrillas
The Union Of Concerned Scientists says that "reprocessing would increase the risk of nuclear terrorism. Less than 20 pounds of plutonium is needed to make a nuclear weapon. If the plutonium remains bound in large, heavy, and highly radioactive spent fuel assemblies (the current U.S. practice), it is nearly impossible to steal. In contrast, separated plutonium is … Continue reading Why Extracting Plutonium from Nuclear Reactor Spent Fuel is a Bad Idea: