Originally Posted by svcambria
The biohazardous stuff was supposed to be incinerated in the furnaces on that atoll. The radioactive stuff is the land fill for the air strip. The Army broke down all the facilities and towed them away about ten years ago...
So what happens to the smoke from incinerated biohazardous stuff. US army has some magic furnaces that make no smoke and leave no ashes / residue? And the ashes and residue - were they dump right into ocean or rather left on the fill to let the tropical rains slowly wash it away - to the ocean?
And the radioactive stuff has been used in the land fill and suddenly stopped radiating?
Apparently, the laws of physics stop binding in some circumstances. Like when a government
of a big country asks them ;-)
C'mon. If you do believe the stuff on Johnston Atoll is so innocent - why don't you keep it at home?