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Attack at Pelindaba nuclear facility
The Pretoria News ^ | 9 November 2007

Posted on 11/09/2007 4:02:45 PM PST by Lexington Green

A brazen attack by four gunmen on the Pelindaba nuclear facility has left a senior emergency officer seriously injured.

Anton Gerber, Necsa emergency services operational officer spoke to the Pretoria News from his hospital bed hours after the attack.

He was shot in the chest when the gunmen stormed the facility's emergency response control room in the early hours of Thursday morning.

The shooting comes four months after Necsa's newly appointed services general manager Eric Lerata, 43, was gunned down in front of his Montana home after returning from a business trip in France.

Pelindaba is regarded as one of the country's most secure national key points.

It is surrounded by electric fencing, has 24-hour CCTV surveillance, security guards and security controls and checkpoints.

The attack comes as the country prepares to preside over an International Atomic Energy Agency convention on nuclear safety.

The convention is aimed at achieving a high level of global nuclear safety via safety related technical co-operation; establishing and maintaining effective defences in nuclear installations against potential radiological hazards and preventing accidents with radiological consequences.

A visibly shaken Gerber, who was rushed to Eugene Marais hospital, on Thursday said that he was sitting in the control room with his fiancée Ria Meiring when he heard a loud bang.

Meiring, who was working nightshift, is the supervisor of the control room.

Gerber said he kept Meiring company. "I do not like it when she is at work at night and I go with her to keep her company and ensure that she is safe," he said.

Describing the attack Gerber said they were inside the electronically sealed control room when they heard a loud bang.

They then spotted the gunmen coming into the facility's eastern block.

It is believed that the attackers gained access to the building by using a ladder from Pelindaba's fire brigade and scaling a wall.

The men are thought to have forced open a window by pulling out several louvers.

Pushing Meiring underneath a desk, Gerber attacked two of the gunmen as they forced their way into the control room and ran straight for the control panel.

"I did not know what they were going to do. I just kept on hitting them even when one of them attacked me with a screwdriver.

"I knew that if I stopped they would attack Ria or do something to the panel.

"I could not let anything like that happen," he said.

Unbeknownst to Gerber one of the robbers had shot him in the chest as he fought them off.

The bullet narrowly missed his heart breaking a rib before puncturing his lung. Doctors said the bullet missed his spine by 2cm.

Gerber, who at one stage thought he was going to die, said he had been very scared.

"The facility is meant to be safe. There are security guards, electric fences and security control points. These things are not meant to happen," he said.

Necsa spokesperson Chantal Janneker confirmed the attack.

She declined to say how the gunmen had gained access to the facility or whether they had stolen anything.

Janneker said Necsa was conducting an internal investigation into the attack.

Once the police investigation was complete Necsa would divulge what happened, she said.

Later in the afternoon, Pretoria News was phoned by a man identifying himself as a Necsa legal adviser, saying the newspaper will be breaching the National Keypoints Act by publishing the story.

He said that Necsa may seek a court order preventing dissemination of the story.

He claimed that the interview with Gerber was "unethical" as "he was under sedation and thus incoherent" when it was conducted.

Pretoria News sought and was granted permission to interview Gerber, by hospital management, and Gerber himself. While he was obviously in pain, he appeared coherent and made sense throughout the interview.

His recall of the events was sequential and to the point. He also agreed to have his picture taken in his hospital bed.

North West police spokesperson Superintendent Louis Jacobs said that no arrests had been made.

"A case of armed robbery and attempted murder are being investigated," he said.


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KEYWORDS: energy; nuclear; nuclearplant; nukes; pelindaba; southafrica; terrorism
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1 posted on 11/09/2007 4:02:46 PM PST by Lexington Green
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To: Lexington Green

Routine crime day in South Africa...

And over in Brazil (e.g. Rio) there are 108 people shot dead every night. Every Week. Every Year.

Makes Iraq look like a peaceful beach resort in contrast.


2 posted on 11/09/2007 4:08:52 PM PST by Southack (Media Bias means that Castro won't be punished for Cuban war crimes against Black Angolans in Africa)
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To: Southack

When does the pullout begin of Rio?


3 posted on 11/09/2007 4:10:54 PM PST by My Favorite Headache (No One Gets To Their Heaven Without A Fight)
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To: Lexington Green

Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
References

* South Africa’s Nuclear-Related Facilities
* 26 km W of Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa, 12/30/1991 @ terraserver.com

Pelindaba Nuclear Research Center
25°48’S 27°54’E
The AEC designed and produced the initial nuclear device at Pelindaba. A second device in late 1979 at Pelindaba but it was suitable only for use in a test. The only criticality test for the HEU core was conducted at Pelindaba. Facilities at the Pelindaba complex also included facilities for machining high explosives (HE) for implosion weapons and for related testing and firing. AEC personnel continued advanced weapons design research at this facility for the remainder of the duration of the nuclear weapons program.

The AEC continues to operate the SAFARI-1 research reactor within the confines of a nuclear license by the Council for Nuclear Safety and with a mainly commercially directed focus. SAFARI-1 is a 20MW Materials Test Reactor of the tank-in-pool type (Oak Ridge design). It is currently being utilised mainly for commercially oriented projects. Institutional cooperation is low but steadily increasing following a decision to actively enhance this aspect of the reactor’s role in South Africa. This latter role of SAFARI-1 is receiving particular attention while the former serves to offset the costs involved in running the facility.

The SAFARI-1 reactor is supported by a comprehensive infrastructure, including -

* a large inventory of highly enriched uranium
* an MTR fuel manufacturing plant
* extensive hot cell facilities
* an Isotope Centre
* a pipe storage facility for interim storage of spent fuel
* two disposal sites for low and medium-level radioactive waste
* theoretical reactor physics support
* radiochemistry, including radiopharmaceutical research
* radioanalysis

The two most important commercial products produced by SAFARI-1 are fission Mo-99 and the transmutation doping of silicon. The former application is rapidly growing and will contribute significantly to covering the running costs of SAFARI-1 in the future. In the mid-1990s the Atomic Energy Corporation of South Africa expanded its Mo-99 production capacity at its Safari-1 research reactor to 1000 curies per week. Other commercial applications relate to isotope production, materials modification, neutron activation analysis and the provision of general irradiation services.

In the late 1990s. to carry out its regulatory control function on safeguards of nuclear materials more cost-effectively, the AEC’s vault of highly enriched uranium for the SAFARI-1 reactor, together with a number of other locations elsewhere in the world, were fitted with Remote Monitoring Systems by the IAEA. These systems allow the IAEA to carry out direct surveillance of any nuclear material store through encrypted direct signals to Vienna.

In 1998 the AEC commissioned its interim retrievable dry store at Pelindaba for spent fuel from SAFARI-1 after receiving the necessary safety and safeguards approvals from the Council for Nuclear Safety and the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, respectively. As a result, 120 spent fuel elements were transported from the spent fuel racks in the pool of SAFARI-1 research reactor to the retrievable dry store on Thabana.


4 posted on 11/09/2007 4:10:58 PM PST by Rome2000 (Peace is not an option)
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To: Southack

“And over in Brazil...”

“No Blood for Carnival!”

“Bring the Revellers Home Now!”


5 posted on 11/09/2007 4:15:34 PM PST by PsyOp (Truth in itself is rarely sufficient to make men act. - Clauswitz, On War, 1832.)
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To: Lexington Green

“..Gerber attacked two of the gunmen as they forced their way into the control room and ran straight for the control panel.”

Very brave, but very foolish. Bring something more to a gunfight than just courage. Still can’t understand what Gerber was doing in the control room without being on shift duty. Can anyone just walk in and out of the place? Who were the intruders, what did they want and where was security? The intruders ran straight for the control panel. What did they do after they reached it? Too many unanswered question. Was this just a “dry run” of our ROP citizens?


6 posted on 11/09/2007 4:16:35 PM PST by 353FMG (Government is the opiate of the masses.)
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To: Lexington Green
She declined to say how the gunmen had gained access to the facility or whether they had stolen anything.

That's reassuring. Glad this facility is monitored by the IAEA.

7 posted on 11/09/2007 4:18:48 PM PST by OCC
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To: Lexington Green

Pelindaba nuclear facility

Is that on one of Jupiter’s moons?


8 posted on 11/09/2007 4:25:35 PM PST by eleni121 (+ En Touto Nika! By this sign conquer! + Constantine the Great)
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To: Lexington Green
Doesn't sound overly secure - a boyfriend can go in to sit while his girlfriends on duty? good thing he WAS there - but why wouldn't there an armed guard or three who didn't need an unarmed, untrained body guard - and one has to wonder - just how far DID they get - and what did they do?

It doesn't seem plausible that they just turned and ran away when all there was between them and their goal was a man shot in the chest.

9 posted on 11/09/2007 4:42:42 PM PST by maine-iac7 ("...but you can't fool all of the people all of the time" LINCOLN)
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To: Lexington Green

OK, I totally freekin’ give. Where the hell is this story from? One guy was shot in front of his Monatana home....but none of the other names ring any kind of bell.


10 posted on 11/09/2007 4:44:40 PM PST by blu
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To: maine-iac7

Maybe they couldn’t find the ‘China Syndrome’ button and gave up.


11 posted on 11/09/2007 4:44:55 PM PST by RightWhale (anti-razors are pro-life)
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To: blu

South Africa


12 posted on 11/09/2007 4:49:46 PM PST by savedbygrace (SECURE THE BORDERS FIRST (I'M YELLING ON PURPOSE))
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To: maine-iac7

I agree. Something about this story, as told by Gerber, doesn’t pass the smell test. To begin with, he shouldn’t have been there with his fiance. Perhaps she was responsible for the security of her location, and perhaps she was distracted by Gerber’s presence. And, if he was unarmed, as apparently was she, his explanation of being there out of concern for her safety makes little sense. The evildoers gained access to the control panel by breaking out a couple louvers on a window. WTF?


13 posted on 11/09/2007 4:53:22 PM PST by lonevoice (It's always "Apologize to a Muslim Hour"...somewhere)
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To: _Jim

ping


14 posted on 11/09/2007 4:53:36 PM PST by null and void (No more Bushes/No more Clintons)
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To: Lexington Green

bookmark


15 posted on 11/09/2007 4:53:46 PM PST by Ruy Dias de Bivar
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To: Lexington Green
Pelindaba is regarded as one of the country's most secure national key points. It is surrounded by electric fencing, has 24-hour CCTV surveillance, security guards and security controls and checkpoints.

In other words, it was an inside job.

16 posted on 11/09/2007 4:54:51 PM PST by Excuse_My_Bellicosity (Oh, the huge manatee!!!)
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To: Southack
And over in Brazil (e.g. Rio) there are 108 people shot dead every night. Every Week. Every Year Where is this info. found?
17 posted on 11/09/2007 4:56:46 PM PST by School of Rational Thought (Truthism Watch)
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To: Lexington Green
sitting in the control room with his fiancée Ria Meiring

So much for security. If you work there, they'll let you bring in anybody. Sounds like a disgruntled employee brought in some friends to wreak a little havoc.

18 posted on 11/09/2007 4:58:02 PM PST by Excuse_My_Bellicosity (Oh, the huge manatee!!!)
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To: Rome2000; archy; Travis McGee; TEXASPROUD

Pamwe Chete......BTTT !


19 posted on 11/09/2007 4:59:04 PM PST by Squantos (Be polite. Be professional. But, have a plan to kill everyone you meet. ©)
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To: Lexington Green

Unless you have detailed knowledge about how a nuclear power plant works, pressing buttons on the consoles will probably only scram the reactor. Disabling safety systems would require somebody who had detailed knowledge of the electronics of the power plant—and it wouldn’t be done in the control room. There is a way to cause core damage in a reasonably short period of time (an hour or so), but I’m not going to discuss how. Needless to say, it would have to be an inside job and you would need to take complete control of the power plant for longer than 5 minutes to do so.


20 posted on 11/09/2007 5:01:06 PM PST by burzum (None shall see me, though my battlecry may give me away -Minsc)
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To: Lexington Green

I wonder if the shooter’s name is Mohammed?


21 posted on 11/09/2007 5:01:19 PM PST by rdl6989
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To: Lexington Green

bump


22 posted on 11/09/2007 5:06:35 PM PST by VOA
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To: 353FMG

Could you explain why you think his actions were foolish? Allowing access to the panel or his girl-friend would seem to have been a pretty poor alternate option. I think the guy deserves kudos.

As for him being there, he works for the place. He has security clearance. What’s wrong with him being there? I’m glad he was there.


23 posted on 11/09/2007 5:11:36 PM PST by DoughtyOne (Mrs Crinton have Pay Feava. There she go now. "Ah Hsu Ahhh Hsu Ah Hsu!" Crintons worth every penny.)
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To: Cindy; BurbankKarl; Lijahsbubbe; Brad's Gramma; Lexington Green


The details in this story are chilling yet bring to mind further as of yet, unanswered questions. The South Africa nuclear energy group NECSA's legal advisors are threatening to seek court order to block further publication of the story.

Is security at Pelindaba so lax that anyone with access to the local fire brigade's ladder could have gained entry?

What damage was done to the control room?

What was stolen from the facility?

Was the South Africa nuclear facility an open, easy terrorist target?

Was this a clever breach of security?

Was this an inside job or ...?

From the article:

  • "...The shooting comes four months after Necsa's newly appointed services general manager Eric Lerata, 43, was gunned down...

  • ...Pelindaba is regarded as one of the country's most secure national key points.

    It is surrounded by electric fencing, has 24-hour CCTV surveillance, security guards and security controls and checkpoints.

  • The attack comes as the country prepares to preside over an International Atomic Energy Agency convention on nuclear safety.

    The convention is aimed at achieving a high level of global nuclear safety via safety related technical co-operation; establishing and maintaining effective defences in nuclear installations against potential radiological hazards and preventing accidents with radiological consequences.

  • ...A visibly shaken Gerber (Necsa emergency services operational officer) ... said that he was sitting in the control room with his fiancée Ria Meiring when he heard a loud bang.

    Meiring, who was working nightshift, is the supervisor of the control room...

  • It is believed that the attackers gained access to the building by using a ladder from Pelindaba's fire brigade and scaling a wall.

    The men are thought to have forced open a window by pulling out several louvers..."

  • ...Necsa spokesperson Chantal Janneker confirmed the attack.

    She declined to say how the gunmen had gained access to the facility or whether they had stolen anything."


24 posted on 11/09/2007 5:30:24 PM PST by bd476
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To: bd476

Bump to read LATER! Thanks for the ping, bd...


25 posted on 11/09/2007 5:33:07 PM PST by Brad’s Gramma (Mother of the Bride here, treat me with respect for once, will ya? ;))
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To: Southack
And over in Brazil (e.g. Rio) there are 108 people shot dead every night. Every Week. Every Year.

A few years back I took an afternoon tour of Rio.At one point,while we were at a nearby National Park (Tejuca Park?) the guide pointed out a favela that could be seen in the distance.She said that it was so violent that neither the police nor the Army dared to enter it *ever*...day or night.

26 posted on 11/09/2007 5:42:10 PM PST by Gay State Conservative (Wanna see how bad it can get? Elect Hillary and find out.)
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To: Southack
My bet is that the four had some inside help getting through the perimeter and inner security. That, or they do not have a a very good security system.

CCTV, security guard check points, and electric fence is a first step...but they better have multiple motion sensors (IR and doppler and quad beam), spotlights, sirens, guard dogs, etc. as well as a quick reaction team in case of penetration.

27 posted on 11/09/2007 5:55:00 PM PST by Jeff Head (Freedom is not free...never has been, never will be. (www.dragonsfuryseries.com))
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To: Gay State Conservative

What is a favela?


28 posted on 11/09/2007 6:43:56 PM PST by Domestic Church (AMDG...)
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To: Cindy; Rome2000; Lexington Green
NECSA and some of their projects

From NECSA's About Us page:


29 posted on 11/09/2007 6:50:20 PM PST by bd476
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To: Domestic Church
"What is a favela?"

A shanty town.

30 posted on 11/09/2007 6:59:53 PM PST by blam (Secure the border and enforce the law)
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To: blam

Thanks!


31 posted on 11/09/2007 7:09:38 PM PST by Domestic Church (AMDG...)
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To: Lexington Green

>>>>”A case of armed robbery and attempted murder are being investigated,”

This was not a robbery. They ran for the control panel, not the cash box.


32 posted on 11/09/2007 7:37:02 PM PST by MindBender26 (Having my own CAR-15 in Vietnam meant never having to say I was sorry......)
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To: MindBender26
I wouldn’t trust the story as told. There are other possible things which may have netted intruders usable/sellable materials on the black market, and worth millions to the ROP qaeda world terrorism types.
33 posted on 11/09/2007 7:49:50 PM PST by MHGinTN (Believing they cannot be deceived, they cannot be convinced when they are deceived.)
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To: Lexington Green

“A case of armed robbery and attempted murder are being investigated,” he said.

So um, breaking intoa secure nuclear facility is not a crime ?..or attacking an official S.A. Federal worker- no federal charge there ?...Trespassing and causing damage on the grounds of a Federal facility ?.....either the reporter missed some info or the police report overlooked a few ‘small’ items...and some security—protected by louvers ?...Excuse me ?


34 posted on 11/09/2007 7:57:28 PM PST by billmor
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To: Rome2000
I wonder if this incident has anything to do with this ?
35 posted on 11/09/2007 7:58:07 PM PST by cardinal4 (http://artoriuscastus.blogspot.com/)
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To: School of Rational Thought
Where is this info. found?

Brazil has 100 million fewer citizens than the United States, but a staggering 25 percent more gun deaths at nearly 40,000 a year.

40000/365=109.59

36 posted on 11/09/2007 8:35:26 PM PST by show me state
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To: Southack
What the heck does Brazil have to do with South Africa (in this case)?

I am moving there soon (Brazil) and I am just wondering why an incident in S.A. is linked to have anything to do with Brazil?

Or are you just off topic?

37 posted on 11/09/2007 9:13:24 PM PST by mickeylee
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To: Lexington Green
Pelindaba is regarded as one of the country's most secure national key points.
It is surrounded by electric fencing, has 24-hour CCTV surveillance, security guards and security controls and checkpoints

It is believed that the attackers gained access to the building by using a ladder from Pelindaba's fire brigade and scaling a wall.

hmmm, One of the country's most secure facilities....foiled by a DAMNED LADDER!

Does anyone else see the problem here.

38 posted on 11/09/2007 9:22:12 PM PST by SwankyC
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To: Gay State Conservative
"She said that it was so violent that neither the police nor the Army dared to enter it *ever*...day or night."

I heard that there was a place like that near New Orleans- Algiers or something like that.

39 posted on 11/09/2007 9:22:46 PM PST by matthew fuller (Crop-circles, killer rabbits and UFO'S are caused by GLOBAL WARMING!)
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To: DoughtyOne

“I think the guy deserves kudos.”

I think so, too. It was foolish of him not be armed. What’s the use of security if armed intruders can get to you with little effort. He is lucky to be alive. The whole report leaves many questions unanswered. The armed intruders rushed to the control panels. Did they get there and what did they do? How did they get away?


40 posted on 11/09/2007 9:27:17 PM PST by 353FMG (Government is the opiate of the masses.)
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To: Lexington Green

Those Amish sure do get around don’t they?


41 posted on 11/09/2007 10:53:49 PM PST by NRA2BFree
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To: Rome2000
Could this be Al Q related ?

Could there be a cash order out to the mercenary community for some fissionable material ?

42 posted on 11/09/2007 11:57:02 PM PST by KTM rider (..left or right,......... socialist, or socialist light ?)
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To: Lexington Green

This story is of major importance if it is even mostly accurate.


43 posted on 11/10/2007 12:13:38 AM PST by AFPhys ((.Praying for President Bush, our troops, their families, and all my American neighbors..))
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To: 353FMG

I’m sure more will come out later, but there were armed guards at the facility. It remains to be seen what actually took place here. If there weren’t normally armed guards in the area he was in as a rule, I guess it’s a little unfair to fault him for not being armed to visit and accompany his girl friend.

There are questions. I’ll be anxious to see the full story myself. Good point.


44 posted on 11/10/2007 12:30:26 AM PST by DoughtyOne (Mrs Crinton have Pay Feava. There she go now. "Ah Hsu Ahhh Hsu Ah Hsu!" Crintons worth every penny.)
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To: All

This is a 20 MW test reactor. Most power reactors run 650 to 1200 MW, so the core contains very roughly 1/50th the nuclear material of a power reactor. it’s in a pool, a configuration with which I am familiar and have first hand experience, but I am not familiar with a “tank-pool” configuration.

This was a trained team, with a rehearsed plan for entry, a plan that worked.

It is clear the team knew what to expect, which indicates familiarity with the plant, quite possibly inside knowlege, even possibly inside assistance.

This may very well be connected with an succesful assassination attempt.

This trained team got within feet of their objective, the control panel, though we don’t know what their plan was.

First guess, Al Qaeda.

Second guess, enviro-terrorists, like Greenpeace.

Head’s up, people, whatever was attempted here is of grave concern to the entire planet.


45 posted on 11/10/2007 3:22:11 AM PST by jeffers
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To: DoughtyOne

btt


46 posted on 11/10/2007 3:34:05 AM PST by sure_fine (• " not one to over kill the thought process " •)
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To: PsyOp
"“Bring the Revellers Home Now!”"

Plans are to transfer 5,000 Mardi Gras surge revelers to Brazil to re-enforce the 20,000 revelers who are keeling over in large numbers.

47 posted on 11/10/2007 5:01:18 AM PST by Eastbound
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To: Straight Vermonter

ping


48 posted on 11/10/2007 5:17:10 AM PST by Wiz
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To: mickeylee

lol. I was wondering that too. Funny how threads diverge sometimes. I’m too busy to go back and trace it...


49 posted on 11/10/2007 7:29:56 AM PST by Rennes Templar ("The future ain't what it used to be".........Yogi Berra)
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To: Southack

What? Can I get a link to this data?


50 posted on 11/10/2007 8:35:30 AM PST by edcoil (Reality doesn't say much - doesn't need too)
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