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Sunday, May 29, 2011

A false flag?

WASHINGTON — The United States is running out of a rare gas that is crucial for detecting smuggled nuclear weapons materials because one arm of the Energy Department was selling the gas six times as fast as another arm could accumulate it, and the two sides failed to communicate for years, according to a new Congressional audit.

The gas, helium-3, is a byproduct of the nuclear weapons program, but as the number of nuclear weapons has declined, so has the supply of the gas. Yet, as the supply was shrinking, the government was investing more than $200 million to develop detection technology that required helium-3.
New York Times
How important this news can be?
The fact that they talk about NOT BEING ABLE to detect nuclear weapons will justify some leak of it?
Some wanted leak?
Some false flag nuclear attack?
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