The two-headed bear and glow-in-the-dark deer are expected to be big draws

Newest U.S. national park also most polluted nuke site
The nation’s most polluted nuclear weapons production site is now its newest national park.

Thousands of people are expected next year to tour the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, home of the world’s first full-sized nuclear reactor, near Richland, about 200 miles east of Seattle in south-central Washington.

Please do not feed the giant mutant centipedes.

Just how close is Unit B to the 53 million gallons of highly radioactive water and associated high level waste?

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2 thoughts on “The two-headed bear and glow-in-the-dark deer are expected to be big draws

  1. ClareB December 20, 2015 / 7:19 pm

    It looks like the National Monument is sort of a C shape surrounding most of the Hanford Site, then sliding down the Columbia River. This is where Isaac worked summer 2009. He hardly has any hair left (non sequitur?)….On a day hike at a radioactive materials storage site –now park– just outside STL, I felt nervous as we walked past the concrete bunkers. I hope all I was affected by was the hundreds of ticks that were all over me.That was like a Japanese post-nuclear horror film in itself.

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    • Bear December 20, 2015 / 7:30 pm

      “…hundreds of ticks that were all over me.That was like a Japanese post-nuclear horror film…”

      How big were those ticks?!

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