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Air Force Base Leaks PFC-Tainted Water Into Colorado Sewer System, Creek


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Air Force Base Leaks PFC-Tainted Water Into Colorado Sewer System, Creek

Andrea Germanos, staff writer

The U.S Air Force said Tuesday that a Colorado base had released roughly 150,000 gallons of water containing elevated levels of perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) into the Colorado Springs Utilities sewer system and a nearby creek.


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"Someone will have to answer to this," he added.

Sure, the general public will have to answer for or deal with it, like always.


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The US military is at war with Earth and Humanity. Military consciousness is an ugly plague honed to kill. The US military is a barbaric force of invasion that even smothers our uniformed children in the smoke of foul plastic burn pits.

The military industrial complex is anti-life.


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I recommend that the author talk with someone who has used PFC's before posting this article. I have worked extensively with PFC's and I can tell you that there are a whole host of issues. 1. PFC's are generally inert, so limited human toxicity. 2. Some PFC derivatives are used as blood (human blood) substitutes in severe emergencies. 3. PFC remain stable in the environment for an extremely long time. 4. Finally, without knowing the concentration of the PFC's, 150,000 gallons of water containing PFC's is meaningless.