Friday, September 18, 2015

Radiation From Manhattan Project Causing “Cancer Clusters” In US City

The Manhattan Project was the military program that developed the atomic bomb. This project was considered by most people to be a conspiracy theory for years until the bombs eventually dropped. Whole towns were built to test the first nuclear weapons. All of the residents were sworn to secrecy and spread out between one of the 30 testing sites across North America and the UK. The Manhattan project started out as a small testing operation in 1939, but in the few years it was in operation, it grew to employ over 130,000 people, all under strict secrecy.

Although the program is over it has left a nasty mess behind at the various test sites, as well as sites that were used to harvest and process uranium. it was admitted by The US Army Corps of Engineers last month that residential areas of St. Louis County in Missouri have been contaminated with radiation from the Manhattan Project.

When the Manhattan Project experiments were being carried out, the only uranium plant in the country was located in St. Louis, and the activities there ended up contaminating Coldwater Creek. Over the years, residents that lived along the creek discovered that they were more prone to cancer because of where they lived. After enough families began to complain, tests were done on the area and large doses of radiation were detected all along the creek.

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