Austin’s Nuclear Secrets

I’ve heard for years that there were supposedly nuclear reactors on top of the local fault lines somewhere in Austin. With recent bomb threats against UT-Austin and the fact that we live over an old inactive fault line … one has to wonder about the safety issues.

The Infowars crew investigates a nuclear secret buried in Austin, Texas. A nuclear reactor started in the 60s is hidden beneath the monolith of the LBJ Library on the University of Texas campus, even as the nearby J.J. Pickle Research Center admittedly runs two research reactors. Meanwhile, nuclear waste is said to be dumped and sealed in limestone caves located in what was once the outskirts of Austin, according to an inside source.

The Horn: UT’s nuclear reactor safe despite skepticism, says university professor

Massive Nuclear Secret Uncovered In Austin, Texas.


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