Much-Needed Water in Nevada is radioactive: What’s next?
A sea of ancient water tainted by the Cold War is creeping deep under the volcanic peaks, dry lake beds and pinyon pine forests covering a vast tract of Nevada. Over 41 years, the federal government detonated 921 nuclear warheads underground at the Nevada Test Site, 75 miles northeast of Las Vegas. Each explosion deposited a toxic load of radioactivity into the ground and, in some cases, directly into aquifers. “”It is one of the largest resource losses in the country,” said Thomas S. Buqo, a Nevada hydrogeologist. “Nobody thought to say, ‘You are destroying a natural resource.’ ” In a study for Nye County, where the nuclear test site lies, Buqo estimated that the underground tests polluted 1.6 trillion gallons of water. That is as much water as Nevada is allowed to withdraw from the Colorado River in 16 years — enough to fill a lake 300 miles long, a mile wide and 25 feet deep.” (LA Times, 2009). One hundred atmospheric nuclear tests were detonated at the Nevada Test Site (originally the Nevada Proving Grounds) between 1951 and 1963. Read more HERE. ( Nuclear test at the Nevada Proving Grounds, November 1951 — US Govt’. photo)
END TIMES TRUTH
Over one trillion gallons of fresh water aquifers beneath the Nevada desert was radiated during atomic tests dating back to the 50′s, and now the fissure cracks are steaming that water from the increased heating of the core of this planet. As the steam moves upward, it will be released into the atmosphere and surrounding area. The Nevada desert will soon crack open with fissure openings atop the ground. The ocean of radiation that replaced the once precious drinking water beneath the Nevada desert is just one of the many signs of this dying world.
What was once an occasional incident has become a alarmingly regular occurrence – we’re getting reports of sinkholes every other day now! The sink holes are bad enough, but soon there will be fissures around the globe as the earth’s crust starts the process of breaking apart from the shifting of the inner core against its mass and the planet opens relief fissures to handle the pressures exerted.