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Experts Say Future Hanford Accidents INEVITABLE
Hanford officials say cleaning up the rest of the contaminated areas and waste storage will cost $100 billion and take 50 years at the current pace. The experts want larger portions of the money spent sooner to speed up the cleanup or else leaks of radiation will be inevitable...
What Your Kids are Texting They Don’t Want You to Know
What your kids are doing, especially on social media or while they're texting friends, is coming up with ways to hoodwink you, Mom and Dad, as to what the heck they are talking about.
Your sneaky little buggers have worked out several codes to avoid writing actual words...
Beer Chilled in 10 Minutes: Not Magic, Science! Learn How Here
Our neck of the woods will be aggressively hot over the next couple of days, and if blowing the froth off a few barley pops is your desire, but the thought of warm beer is a real deal breaker, well now, thanks to science, here's how to get chilled beer in under ten minutes for the rest of your …
High Contamination Levels Don’t Guarantee Tank Leakage
According to news reports, Hanford tank farm workers using devises to inspect and measure contamination levels between the double shells of a waste storage tank found 3x the 'normal' level of contamination. But sources tell Newstalk870, that does NOT necessarily mean there's a leak. T…

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