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Alleged buried Shell nuclear reactor at Earley, Reading



Hello Ray

Thank you for your email.

I note with interest your news about the imminent return of Professor Dr Chris Busby to the land adjoining the former Shell Terminal at Earley, Reading, to carry out tests using new equipment. Please be advised that I received last night, a confidential Shell internal document dated 21 January 2010 containing the clearest denial yet by Shell on “the alleged nuclear reactor at Earley“.

It says…

“We have given a categorical written assurance that Shell has never been involved in “atomic” or “nuclear” research at Earley or elsewhere in the UK, and that no nuclear bunker is buried under the former Shell terminal. According to the European Commission, the data show radioactivity levels substantially below those considered harmful to human health. Any radioactivity found on the site has nothing to do with Shell’s activities.”

Please feel free to pass this information to Professor Dr Busby as it is at variance with the report he prepared in July 2009.

So who should the residents of the housing estate built on the former Shell terminal believe? Shell, which has an international track record of deadly pollution, or Professor Busby BSc, PhD, C.Chem, MRSC, the renowned scientist, who is one of the worlds leading experts on radioactive contamination?

We have to bear in mind the evidence that Shell was unsuccessful in at least the initial and second attempts at decontamination of toxic chemicals at the site, otherwise there would not have been a third attempt.


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