I got the following comments from David in Scotland. I'm going to suggest that he drop towerbusters in the area that the US Navy routinely deposited nuclear waste from their submarines, then report back to me abbout what he observes in the following weeks. It's apparnetly quite easy to neutralize radioactive material with simple orgonite but we need more empirical evidence for the record, I think. Don't just take our word for it!
Here it is:
We had US Navy Holy Loch submarine base here for 34
years. When Cuba crisis happened, all the wives were
down at Dunoon pier crying. When asked, 'Is this
because they thought they were going to war?' the
answer was,'No, but their husbands were not sure
the [submarine] tender ship, having been moored for
so long, would float.'
Also, they regularly dropped missiles during loading
of subs and Commander of Ist US Navy sub fleet,
interviewed a few years ago, said he was now retired
but when he arrived in River Clyde asked the
Admiralty where he could discharge radioactive
coolant. They said where he was and he did dump
opposite my home town of Dunoon! Saying they would
not have allowed that on the Potomac! Our ADMIRALTY
HAD NO RADIOACTIVE PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE in early 60s.
2000 US Navy at war in Vietnam and we, thks to our
then Prime Minister refused and in his memoirs
related the overt and covert surveillance and
interference with smear jobs and support for his
opposition party as a result of his refusal. US
even tried to buy some of our regiments.
You appear interested in this and may like to see
site Tridentintoploughshares thatís an eye opener of
US activity here in UK.
You hopefully have found some of those rectangular,
double ponds that are used to vent the coolant water
from underground, 'unregistered' nuclear reactors.
This is apparently the same as the water that the
subs vent from their own reactors. Apparently, the
double ponds allow the contaminated water to release
the deadly orgone radiation that they pick up while
cooling the reactors underground. Since this gets
released in the atmosphere and since we routinely
shut down these underground nuke reactions by
tossing a towerbuster into each coolant pond I
presume it's fairly easy to also 'fix' the
contaminated water where subs discharge the coolant
water, if that's even needed. I'll ask David if
there is evidence of long term effects from that
I know that the previous submarine base in
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, contaminated the
Piscataqua River this way and the radioactive
poisons endured for years after that base was
closed, so the Navy probably dumps genuinely
radioactive material along with the coolant
everywhere that it keeps subs (including the
Potomac--what an arrogant schmuck that admiral is!)
but just won't admit it. The predators who run the
US Navy will be held accountable sooner than later,
I think, and the reason we actively oppose them so
often in the international chatblast sessions is on
account of their ongoing campaign to murder whales
and dolphins, internationally.