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FTR #472 Miscellaneous Articles and Updates

Record­ed August 15, 2004

Tak­ing a break from cov­er­age of the events in and around 9/11, this broad­cast brings up to date two paths of inquiry cov­ered in past programs—the sub­ject of AIDS as a pos­si­ble bio­log­i­cal war­fare weapon and the Port Chica­go explo­sion of 1944. (For more about AIDS as a bio­log­i­cal war­fare weapon, see—among oth­er pro­grams—RFA#16—avail­able from Spitfire—as well as FTR#’s 4, 11, 19, 24, 25, 35, 56, 73, 76, 102, 132, 140, 148, 156, 212, 220, 225, 229, 269, 282, 316, 324. For more about the Port Chica­go Explo­sion, see—among oth­er programs—Miscellaneous Archive Show M23—available from Spitfire—as well as FTR#’s 129, 163, 444.) The research pre­sent­ed here rein­forces the work­ing hypothe­ses about AIDS and Port Chicago—that both were man-made events and not the acci­dents as which they are usu­al­ly por­trayed.

Pro­gram High­lights Include: Proof that peo­ple of North­ern Euro­pean extrac­tion (“Aryans”) con­tain a gene that pro­vides immu­ni­ty to infec­tion by the AIDS virus; proof that no oth­er races con­tain this gene; dis­cus­sion of the impli­ca­tions of this find­ing; pro­jec­tions by Ger­man pow­er bro­kers work­ing in con­junc­tion with the Under­ground Reich that Africa would be an area of major inter­est to Ger­mans and oth­er North­ern Euro­peans as a poten­tial tar­get for col­o­niza­tion; sci­en­tif­ic evi­dence of a “radi­a­tion plume” in Suisun Bay that may have derived from Port Chica­go; dis­cus­sion of the pos­si­ble util­i­ty for ter­ror­ists of the Mark II device appar­ent­ly used at Chica­go.

1. Begin­ning dis­cus­sion of the gene pro­vid­ing peo­ple of North­ern Euro­pean extrac­tion with immu­ni­ty from the AIDS virus, the pro­gram high­lights the CCR5 (Delta 32) gene’s role in pro­vid­ing some peo­ple with immu­ni­ty from bubon­ic plague. (Bubon­ic plague infects hosts in a man­ner not alto­geth­er dis­sim­i­lar with the man­ner in which the AIDS virus infects and destroys its vic­tims.) “ . . . In Sep­tem­ber 1665, George Vic­cars, a tai­lor in the small, cen­tral-Eng­land vil­lage of Eyam, received a par­cel of cloth rid­den with plague-infect­ed fleas from Lon­don. Four days lat­er, Vic­cars died. By the end of the month, five more vil­lagers had suc­cumbed to the plague. The pan­icked town turned to their rec­tor, William Mom­pes­son, who per­suad­ed them to quar­an­tine the entire vil­lage to pre­vent the bac­teri­um from spread­ing through­out the region. It seemed like sui­cide. A year lat­er, the first out­siders ven­tured into Eyam, expect­ing a ghost town. Yet, mirac­u­lous­ly, half the town had sur­vived. How did so many vil­lagers live through the most dev­as­tat­ing dis­ease known to man?”
(“Secrets of the Dead—Case File: Mys­tery of the Black Death; Back­ground”; Secrets of the Dead; p. 1.)

2. “Local Eyam lore tells befud­dling sto­ries of plague sur­vivors who had close con­tact with the bac­teri­um but nev­er caught the dis­ease. Eliz­a­beth Han­cock buried six chil­dren and her hus­band in a week, but nev­er became ill. The vil­lage gravedig­ger han­dled hun­dreds of plague-rav­aged corpses, but sur­vived as well. Could these peo­ple have some­how been immune to the Black Death?” (Idem.)

3. “Dr. Stephen O’Brien of the Nation­al Insti­tutes of Health in Wash­ing­ton D.C. sug­gests they were. His work with HIV and the mutat­ed form of the gene CCR, called ‘delta 32,’ led him to Eyam. In 1996, research showed that delta32 pre­vents HIV from enter­ing human cells and infect­ing the body. O’Brien thought this prin­ci­ple could be applied to the plague bac­te­ria, which affects the body in a sim­i­lar man­ner. To deter­mine whether the Eyam plague sur­vivors may have car­ried delta 32, O’Brien test­ed the DNA of their mod­ern-day descen­dents. What he found out was star­tling . . .” (Idem.)

4. “For a dis­ease-caus­ing microor­gan­ism to infect the human body there must be a gate­way or por­tal through which it enters into human cells. The plague bac­teri­um works this way, hijack­ing the white blood cells sent to elim­i­nate it. Trav­el­ing inside the white blood cells to the lymph nodes, the bac­te­ria break out and attack the focal point of the human immune sys­tem. Dr. Stephen O’Brien felt that the mutat­ed CCR5 gene, delta 32, may have pre­vent­ed the plague from being able to enter its host’s white blood cells.”
(“Secrets of the Dead—Case File: Mys­tery of the Black Death; Clues and Evi­dence”; Secrets of the Dead; p. 1.)

5. “Eyam pro­vid­ed O’Brien an ide­al oppor­tu­ni­ty to test this the­o­ry. Specif­i­cal­ly, Eyam was an iso­lat­ed pop­u­la­tion known to have sur­vived a plague epi­dem­ic. Every­one in the town would have been exposed to the bac­teri­um, so it’s like­ly that any life-sav­ing genet­ic trait would have been exposed to the bac­teri­um, so it’s like­ly that any life-sav­ing genet­ic trait would have been pos­sessed by each of these sur­vivors. ‘Like a Xerox machine,’ says O’Brien, ‘their gene fre­quen­cies have been repli­cat­ed for sev­er­al gen­er­a­tions with­out a lot of infu­sion from out­side,’ thus pro­vid­ing a viable pool of sur­vivor-descen­dants who would have inher­it­ed such a trait. . . .” (Idem.)

6. “ . . . DNA sam­ples could only be col­lect­ed from direct descen­dents of the plague sur­vivors. DNA is the prin­ci­ple com­po­nent of chro­mo­somes, which car­ry the genes that trans­mit hered­i­tary char­ac­ter­is­tics. We inher­it our DNA from our par­ents, thus Eyam res­i­dent Joan Plant, for instance, may have inher­it­ed the delta 32 muta­tion from one of her ancient rel­a­tives. Plant can trace her mother’s lin­eage back ten gen­er­a­tions to the Black­well sib­lings, Fran­cis and Mar­garet, who both lived through the plague to the turn of the cen­tu­ry. The next step was to har­vest a DNA sam­ple from Joan and the oth­er descen­dants. DNA is found in the nuclei of cells. The amount is con­stant in all typ­i­cal cells, regard­less of the size or func­tion of that cell. One of the eas­i­est meth­ods of obtain­ing a DNA tis­sue sam­ple is to take a cheek or buc­cal swab.” (Idem.)

7. Note that no oth­er eth­nic groups or races have the delta 32 gene that pre­vents infec­tion by HIV. “After three weeks of test­ing at Uni­ver­si­ty Col­lege in Lon­don, delta 32 had been found in 14% of the sam­ples. This is a genet­i­cal­ly sig­nif­i­cant per­cent­age, yet what, real­ly, did it mean? Could the vil­lagers have inher­it­ed delta 32 from else­where, res­i­dents who had moved to the com­mu­ni­ty in the 350 years since the plague? Was this real­ly a high­er per­cent­age than any­where else? To find out, O’Brien assem­bled an inter­na­tion­al team of sci­en­tists to test for the pres­ence of delta 32 around the world. ‘Native Africans did not have delta 32 at all,’ O’Brien says, ‘and when we looked at East Asians and Indi­ans, they were also flat zero.’ In fact the lev­els of delta 32 found in Eyam were only matched in regions of Europe that had been affect­ed by the plague and in Amer­i­ca, which was, for the most part, set­tled by Euro­pean plague sur­vivors and their descen­dants.” (Idem.)

8. “Mean­while, recent work with anoth­er dis­ease strik­ing­ly sim­i­lar to the plague, AIDS, sug­gests O’Brien was on the right track. HIV, the virus that caus­es AIDS, tricks the immune sys­tem in a sim­i­lar man­ner as the plague bac­teri­um, tar­get­ing and tak­ing over white blood cells. Virol­o­gist Dr. Bill Pax­ton at the Aaron Dia­mond AIDS Research Cen­ter in New York City noticed, ‘the cen­ter had no study of peo­ple who were exposed to HIV but who had remained neg­a­tive.’ He began test­ing the blood of high-risk, HIV-neg­a­tive indi­vid­u­als like Steve Crohn, expos­ing their blood to three

thou­sand times the amount of HIV nor­mal­ly need­ed to infect a cell. Steve’s blood nev­er became infect­ed. ‘We thought maybe we had infect­ed the cul­ture with bac­te­ria or what­ev­er,’ says Pax­ton. ‘So we went back to Steve. But it was the same result. We went back again and again. Same result.’ Pax­ton began study­ing Crohn’s DNA, and con­clud­ed there was some sort of block­ing mech­a­nism pre­vent­ing the virus from bind­ing to his cells. Fur­ther research showed that that mech­a­nism was delta 32. Sci­en­tists study­ing HIV first learned about the gate­way-block­ing capac­i­ty of the CCR5 muta­tion in 1996. Sev­er­al drug com­pa­nies, then, quick­ly began explor­ing the pos­si­bil­i­ty of devel­op­ing phar­ma­ceu­ti­cals that would mim­ic delta 32 by bind­ing to CCR5 and block­ing the attach­ment of HIV. . . .” (Ibid.; pp. 1–2.)

9. The dev­as­tat­ing impli­ca­tions of the find­ings dis­cussed above were elo­quent­ly pre­sent­ed in an online edi­to­r­i­al: “This is the night­mare of AIDS no one wants to believe. As we come clos­er to cel­e­brat­ing, on Decem­ber 1, yet anoth­er World AIDS Day, let’s take a good hard look at what’s real­ly going on before we pour more of our ever dimin­ish­ing hard earned mon­ey down yet anoth­er hor­ren­dous sink­hole. It has been found that some Cau­casians who have test­ed pos­i­tive for the HIV virus were found to take a very long time to actu­al­ly devel­op ‘full-blown’ AIDS (as they call it). It has since been dis­cov­ered (since 1997) that 20% of Euro­pean Cau­casians have the so-called ‘Aryan’ genet­ic dis­po­si­tion. If both your par­ents, in oth­er words, are of Aryan descent, it appears you can nev­er die of AIDS even though you might be infect­ed.”
(“Aryan Genes Immune to Death from AIDS” by geminiwalker_ink; p. 1.)

10. “The rea­son for this is in the genet­ic cod­ing of the killer T‑cells, which are part of the body’s immune sys­tem pro­tec­tive shield. These are the cells that are attacked by the HIV retro­virus. The loca­tion of the attack has been dis­cov­ered. It is on the CCR5 gene in the 3rd DNA gene pair. The par­tic­u­lar loca­tion is the Delta 32 RECEPTOR SITE. If either of your DNA pairs (from either your moth­er or your father) is DELTA 32 POSITIVE then the HIV virus can attach itself at that point. If you are DELTA 32 NEGATIVE then HIV just floats around in your blood harm­less­ly for you.” (Idem.)

11. “But even though you may be DELTA 32 NEGATIVE at both sites, you can sup­pos­ed­ly still spread the virus. What has been dis­cov­ered is that these 20% of Euro­pean Cau­casians are mem­bers of the Aryan gene pool. Also it has been dis­cov­ered that the far­ther north you go in Europe, say in Nor­way, Fin­land, Swe­den, etc., you find the high­est per­cent­age of peo­ple that are DELTA 32 NEGATIVE at the CCR5 gene allele.” (Idem.)

12. “That this would be a sim­ple coin­ci­dence is beyond all human rea­son. To say that HIV sud­den­ly crawled out of the wood­work in Cen­tral Africa by some­one being bit­ten by a green tree mon­key is one thing. But then to say that the only human gene pool on Earth that is immune to HIV is the Aryan Race is a coin­ci­dence that even Howdy Doo­dy wouldn’t buy.” (Idem.)

13. “What we are look­ing at is a geno­cide per­pe­trat­ed on racial groups of the world that makes the Nazi Holo­cause look like Romper Room. Add to that the glob­al traf­fick­ing in drugs that specif­i­cal­ly tar­gets minori­ties, the poor, and peo­ple of col­or, and while it may not look like the holo­caust dur­ing WWII, it doesn’t have to. The AIDS epi­dem­ic isn’t a mys­te­ri­ous vir­u­log­i­cal dis­ease, it is cal­cu­lat­ed mur­der. And a geno­cide that is beyond human com­pre­hen­sion. And since it is the ven­er­at­ed Aryan Race that is immune to it, then one has to assume that they are the ones who pro­mul­gat­ed it.” (Ibid.; p. 2.)

14. “Of course, one shouldn’t assume any­thing, so we will con­tin­ue to explore this ter­ri­bly dis­tress­ing the­o­ry as evi­dence presents itself. This dis­ease has the abil­i­ty to wipe all of human­i­ty off the earth. If it is true that every­one is at risk, that HIV is sex­u­al­ly trans­mit­ted and that moth­ers and chil­dren are most at risk, half the pop­u­la­tion would be gone already—in one gen­er­a­tion. That, clear­ly, isn’t hap­pen­ing. But some­thing else is. . . .” (Idem.)

15. With Africa among the areas most pro­found­ly threat­ened by the virus and with Third Reich alum­ni impli­cat­ed in the devel­op­ment of AIDS (see the pro­grams dis­cussed above), it is inter­est­ing to view Germany’s (and North­ern Europe’s) plans for Africa as a major focal point for colo­nial­iza­tion. Could HIV be the “Aryan” infec­tion that will facil­i­tate the task of sub­ju­gat­ing Africa? The per­son quot­ed here is Kon­rad Ade­nauer, Chan­cel­lor of the Fed­er­al Repub­lic of Ger­many, quot­ed in a 1950 arti­cle. “ ‘ . . . A fed­er­at­ed Europe will become a Third Force in the world, not as strong as Rus­sia or the Unit­ed States, but pow­er­ful enough to inter­vene successfully—in a deci­sive moment—to safe­guard the peace . . . Ger­many has again become a fac­tor with whom oth­ers will have to reck­on in inter­na­tion­al affairs . . . There is also a long-range eco­nom­ic goal: the col­o­niza­tion of Africa . . . If we Euro­peans col­o­nize Africa, we cre­ate at the same time a sup­pli­er of raw mate­ri­als for Europe which will be of the great­est impor­tance.’”
(Ger­many Plots with the Krem­lin; by T.H. Tetens; Copy­right 1953 [HC] by Hen­ry Schu­man, Inc.; p. 16.)

16. Next, the pro­gram switch­es focus from AIDS to the Port Chica­go explo­sion. (Vet­er­an lis­ten­ers should note that Peter Vogel’s online book about Port Chica­go is no longer avail­able for free on the Inter­net. Researchers must now pay for the book.) Dis­cus­sion begins with a let­ter home writ­ten in July of 1944 by an offi­cer sta­tioned at Port Chica­go. “ . . . Did the late Richard Rendle­man, Sal­is­bury busi­ness­man, leg­endary golfer and good friend to all who knew him, see the first atom­ic bomb blast dur­ing World War II? Not on Hiroshi­ma. On U.S. soil at the Navy’s Port Chica­go on the Cal­i­for­nia coast where he was sta­tioned dur­ing World War II. ‘There’s not only a rea­son­ably cred­i­ble hypoth­e­sis that it’s pos­si­ble,’ says his son, Dr. Dick Rendle­man, finance pro­fes­sor at the Uni­ver­si­ty of North Car­oli­na at Chapel Hill, ‘but there’s also doc­u­men­ta­tion that it could have hap­pened.’”
(“Did He See First Atom­ic Explo­sion?” by Rose Post; Sal­is­bury Post; 5/31/2004; p. 1.)

17. “ . . . Peter Vogel, author of ‘The Last Wave from Port Chica­go,’ has worked on this, Rendle­man says, for 20 years, ‘and he believes it was actu­al­ly the first atom bomb explo­sion. The Hiroshi­ma bomb did even­tu­al­ly go through Port Chica­go. Peo­ple from the Los Alam­os labs were on the scene the morn­ing after this explo­sion. And there were all sorts of oth­er doc­u­ments that led Vogel to believe it was the first atom bomb. . . . Nobody has ever been able to say what real­ly hap­pened that night. ‘There is spec­u­la­tion,’ Mar­garet Styles says. ‘No hard core proof. Some believe it was actu­al­ly an exper­i­ment’ with an atom bomb. . . .” (Ibid.; p. 2.)

18. High­light­ing a key point of debate with regard to the Port Chica­go explo­sion (the presence/lack of resid­ual radi­a­tion), the pro­gram presents infor­ma­tion (from a skep­ti­cal observ­er) that rein­forces Peter Vogel’s work­ing hypoth­e­sis. “As of the week this is being writ­ten, it’s been 60 years since the acci­dent at Port Chica­go on July 17, 1944, where a muni­tions ship explod­ed. The explo­sion was so large that some m

yths and urban leg­ends claim it was a nuclear acci­dent, 10 months ear­li­er than the Trin­i­ty test. This web page is about my effort to col­lect real data on back­ground radi­a­tion lev­els in the area with a mobile Geiger counter data col­lec­tion sys­tem. Then the point is to see if the urban leg­ends still hold water. . . .”
(“Back­ground Radi­a­tion Mea­sure­ments near Port Chica­go” by Ian Kluft; p. 1.)

19. In eval­u­at­ing the sig­nif­i­cance of the infor­ma­tion that fol­lows, it is impor­tant to under­stand that the author of this doc­u­ment was open­ly dis­mis­sive of Peter Vogel’s hypoth­e­sis. “ . . . What­ev­er the sto­ry, I’m not into con­spir­a­cy the­o­ries. The ‘leaps of log­ic’ typ­i­cal­ly found in them are annoy­ing at best, and seri­ous mis­in­for­ma­tion at worst. Most are writ­ten to sound con­vinc­ing and can take in a large audi­ence. The best-known exam­ple in this case is an online book released in 2002, The Last Wave from Port Chica­go by Peter Vogel as an accu­mu­la­tion of his ear­li­er research. . . .” (Ibid.; p. 3.)

20. After dis­cussing the equip­ment and method­ol­o­gy he used to test for resid­ual radi­a­tion at Port Chica­go, Kluft presents an account of his 7/15/2004 expe­di­tion to Griz­zly Island State Wildlife Area. “ . . . Once off the paved road and dri­ving on the lev­ee on Griz­zly Island, I was able to turn the screen so I could glance at the data col­lec­tion. The high­est num­ber I saw here was 15uR/hr, which is def­i­nite­ly not nor­mal. What I didn’t notice until review­ing the data at home was that the high­est num­ber at Griz­zly Island was actu­al­ly 17 uR/hr. There’s at least a 2 mile stretch along Griz­zly Island Road with these abnor­mal­ly-high lev­els. (Though these num­bers are not dan­ger­ous, I only took them from on the road, which is made from import­ed mate­ri­als. Lev­els could be dif­fer­ent off the road. So Griz­zly Island could use an inspec­tion by experts.) . . . Travis [Air Force Base] seems to be ruled out as the source of the radi­a­tion on Griz­zly Island, the Potrero Hills and the Mon­tezu­ma Hills because there is no evi­dence of a plume lead­ing there . . .” (Ibid.; p. 6.)

21. The author presents his con­clu­sions, all the more sig­nif­i­cant because of his overt skep­ti­cism of Vogel’s work­ing hypoth­e­sis. “ . . . CONCLUSIONS: The Griz­zly Island data is dis­turb­ing. With the new data col­lect­ed on July 15, it looks like I’ve dis­cov­ered a pos­si­ble 2‑mile wide radioac­tive plume, which faces Port Chica­go. The nuclear acci­dent the­o­ry at Port Chica­go isn’t look­ing so far-fetched any more. But it cer­tain­ly still isn’t proven by a long shot either. The 2‑mile stretch has large patch­es of 13–17 uR/hr read­ings. 10–12 is about nor­mal back­ground, the high­est you’d expect in most cities. (That’s at sea lev­el. Aver­age back­ground is high­er with more ele­va­tion.) Back on the July 11 dri­ve, one pos­si­bil­i­ty was that the ele­vat­ed read­ings could be some­thing nat­ur­al in the Mon­tezu­ma Hills, pos­si­bly gran­ite rocks or some­thing else in the ground there. But now we see it’s also on the flats and marsh­es at the shore of the Bay. So we can rule out a geo­log­i­cal cause linked to the hills. It cer­tain­ly isn’t just in the hills. . . . So just like on July 11, the high­est back­ground radi­a­tion read­ings on the July 15 dri­ve were at the point clos­est to the Port Chica­go acci­dent loca­tion, now only 5 miles from it. And it’s in a direc­tion that would be nor­mal­ly down­wind on a clear sum­mer night in this area. I found both sides of the high­er-back­ground area, and the shape con­tin­ues to match that of a north­east-bound plume from Port Chica­go, or ship­ping on Suisun Bay in front of the base. . . .If we ask ‘what hap­pened there?’ the July 17, 1944 explo­sion has to be includ­ed on the list. I can’t ignore the coin­ci­dence that the mea­sured ele­vat­ed radi­a­tion is in the place it would have to be if the nuclear acci­dent sce­nario was true. That doesn’t prove it’s true, but if con­firmed it would take away an objec­tion many of us had about it. Name­ly that no one knew of any radi­a­tion in the area. . . . The area that we found ele­vat­ed back­ground [radi­a­tion] appears to me like it’s par­al­lel to the direc­tion of the run­ways (wind direc­tion), and lined up with Port Chica­go. That was the thing that star­tled me most when I noticed it. . . .” (Ibid.; pp. 6–8.)

22. Anoth­er Inter­net post­ing by an observ­er open­ly crit­i­cal (at first) of Vogel’s hypoth­e­sis calls atten­tion to the poten­tial dan­ger posed by the acqui­si­tion and use by a ter­ror­ist group of a Mark II-type weapon. (That was the device appar­ent­ly used at Port Chica­go.) It is to be hoped that US intel­li­gence agen­cies are fac­tor­ing the Mark II/Port Chica­go even­tu­al­i­ty into their plan­ning for ter­ror­ism. “ . . . Assum­ing that it [Port Chica­go explo­sion] hap­pened about as Vogel has doc­u­ment­ed, the most alarm­ing thing about this inci­dent to me (aside from the shame­less coverup) is that the Mark II weapon con­tained only about five kilo­grams of mod­er­ate­ly enriched fuel, and it used that fuel inef­fi­cient­ly. But that was enough to cause major dam­age! There are per­haps 300 uni­ver­si­ty or govm’t research reac­tors world­wide that con­tain this much fuel, many with even high­er enrich­ment. Scary thought.”
(“Nuclear Ter­ror­ism on US Soil” by Jones Beene; p. 2 )

23. The author makes the cen­tral point of his pre­sen­ta­tion: “The sad news for the future of ter­ror­ism on US soil is that even when such a crude bomb is detonated—as ‘inef­fi­cient’ and poor­ly designed as it was—and even if only one per­cent of the fuel actu­al­ly fis­sions, the results can be dev­as­tat­ing. A sec­ond cho­rus of sad news derives from the fact that CF [Cold Fusion] and LENR do in fact relate close­ly to this kind of weapons tech­nol­o­gy, which was patent­ed, by the way. And it is prob­a­bly for this pre­cise rea­son that progress in the CF field has been squashed and offi­cial­ly ignored (because if offi­cials had actu­al­ly inter­vened 15 years ago, then that would have been a ‘give-away’ as to the real under­ly­ing moti­va­tion).” (Idem.)

24. “If you read the whole doc­u­ment, you will prob­a­bly real­ize that they key patent, now expired, which describes how and why mod­er­ate­ly enriched Ura­ni­um deu­teride is able to work at all as a bomb (and most experts will tell you straight-faced that it will not work) was held by no oth­er than who else . . . MIT. The very folks who doc­tored their own ear­ly results to show that CF was just . . .patho­log­i­cal sci­ence. I think that I now under­stand why they chose those words: patho­log­i­cal sci­ence.” (Idem.)

25. “There are two well doc­u­ment­ed ‘smok­ing guns’ here, which defy all attempts at expla­na­tion. 1) Two high rank­ing offi­cials from Los Alam­os Nation­al Lab­o­ra­to­ry appeared in Port Chica­go in 1944, an out-of-the way back­wa­ter port that would have tak­en days to dri­ve to, in a time when there were no com­mer­cial flights, the morn­ing after an explo­sion that occurred after 10 the evening before, and had not even made the nation­al newspapers—despite the fact that there was absolute­ly no appar­ent rea­son for the involve­ment of a secret lab which sup­pos­ed­ly had its hands-full with unre­lat­ed impor­tant research. Obvi­ous­ly they had been there for some time, for some rea­son.” (Ibid.; pp. 2–3.)

26. “2) About 500 pages of clas­si­fied doc­u­ments are admit­ted­ly held in the LANL archives, despite the act that there was offi­cial­ly no nuclear mate­r­i­al at Port Chica­go, nor had there ever been. . . nor was the place remote­ly relat­ed to any­thing they were doing . . . except that it was the ide­al test­ing ground for under­stand­ing a water based deliv­ery sys­tem of the type that could have been used, had the for­tunes of war turned against us.” (Ibid.; p. 3.)


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