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Rocky Flats Whistleblower
Rocky Flats Diary: Radioactive Stalactites and Contamination Pranks : Whistle-blower: A nuclear plant employee's work notes form the basis of a lawsuit. Years of negligence and safety violations are alleged. articles.latimes.com/1991-11-10/news/mn-1886_1_rocky-flats

MROHP Interviews: Jacqueline "Jacque" Brever  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuFs0-bgAYk

and “Jacque Brever: Exposing the Toxic Truth & Breaking Through the “Glove” of Captivity Surrounding Rocky Flats” https://rockyflatspodwriting.wordpress.c...cky-flats/
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Rocky Flats expert Professor Warf.

Radiation Chit Chat:

An episode of "As it Happens" which was produced March 17, 1991 and includes James Warf, Toni Churg and Jack Jennings. A general discussion of Nuclear Radiation and the consequences of commercial and military use of uranium, plutonium and other reactive material.


65 pounds of Plutonium lost into the air ducts at Rocky Flats Facility near Denver Colorado. That was an interesting comment. Stated by Professor Warf at about 20:30 plus on the recording.
I've done a good deal of research on Rocky Flats since it's been in my backyard nearly my entire life.

In case you have not seen or heard of the following, I recommend these videos/info regarding RF and some of the troubling past.

First, I'd check out the Interview with the lead FBI investigator Jon Lipsky:
5 parts, start here:

Next, watch this wonderful 3 part video used as part of the Colorado grand jury testimony on 'Practices of the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant'

Next, a former RF worker that recently wrote a book about her time in the Denver area and working there:
Kristen Iversen - Full Body Burden - Growing Up in the Nuclear Shadow of Rocky Flats

Another 6 part interview of a former RF employee Judy Padilla and her accounts of work environment.

There was also a great 1hr program produced by PBS called 'Dark Circle' about rocky flats. I believe it was made in the early 1980s well before the FBI raid. Sadly, i can't find it on YouTube, only a handfull of short clips.

Pia, thanks for sharing one of the MROHP interviews, I've watched almost all of them. Here are a few more I can strongly recommend:
Jerry San Pietro
Jerry McKamy
Lee Scott Newman
Pam Solo

Honestly all of the RF interviews from MROHP were a good watch. There was some great info from old timers that you might just not hear any where else. I learned alot about RF but I also learned alot about some of the physics of the elements used too!
Thanks for sharing.
"All models are flawed, some are useful."
George E. P. Box
Health study planned for Cold War neighbors of Rocky Flats

Metro State University wants to contact those who lived within 10 miles of the plant from 1952 to1992

By John Aguilar
The Denver Post


Those who lived in the area at that time or know someone who did can visit http://www.rockyflatsdownwinders.com for more information.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
Wasn't sure where to post this, Rocky Flats got scattered.  A search also found Rocky Flats lawsuit settlement http://caferadlab.com/thread-928.html besides this one.  Want to add this.
Rocky Flats 'downwind' health survey shows unusual rates of rare, thyroid cancers
Quote:Jensen said thyroid cancer is the ninth most common cancer in the U.S., but is the second most common in the neighborhoods near Rocky Flats, according to the survey. Thyroid cancer can be caused by radiation, but Jensen said it is too early to know whether there is a link between the thyroid cancer cases and Rocky Flats.  “Nothing is definitive,” she said.  Jensen said the other unusual statistic found during the survey is the number of “rare” cancers.  Out of a total of 848 cancer cases reported during the survey, 48.8 percent were categorized as “rare.”
I lived in the far corner of the survey area while growing up, both parents died of cancers.  Rocky Flats was known to make plutonium triggers for nuclear bombs and some plutonium releases were found to have occurred.  No mention was ever made of radio-iodine releases which is known to produce thyroid cancer.  Maybe plutonium reprocessing releases of other radionuclides which were allowed and not mentioned publicly contributed to the thyroid and rare cancers.  Nothing is ever definitive when they wait so long to look.  Even this survey will be skewed as many have already died of their cancer and won't be taking the survey.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."

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