|A mysterious geyser of water in Farmington yesterday|
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The fire threatening the Los Alamos nuclear radiation laboratories is only 3 percent contained and continues to expand and endanger 20,000 steel drums full of plutonium infested waste stored above ground on a concrete slab.
Lab officials continue to assure us that there is no danger of plutonium getting into the environment. Supposedly everything else at the lab is OK, too. More than 10,000 experiments were underway at the lab when it was evacuated Wednesday, according to a Fox News story, such as ones trying to extend the life of old nuclear bombs from the 1960s.