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PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2011 3:06 pm    Post subject: UTAH NEWS  Reply with quote


Mormon church burns down  
December  18,  2010 PROVO, Utah

A 4 alarm fire that gutted the Provo Tabernacle.
Mormons got so tired of Christians saying they are not christians that they changed their name to LDS - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but that still does not make Mormons chrisitans.  The Jesus of Mormonism is NOT Yeshua, Messiah, the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.  It is 'another Jesus.'

Mormonism - is it christian - or not?   Its NOT!

HARBINGER  WARNINGS - Isaiah 9 prophecy

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 27, 2011 3:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

UTAH  Dugway Army base on lockdown
January 26th, 2011

Feb. 2, 2012 UPDATE
Lost VX nerve agent closes Dugway Proving Ground

DUGWAY - The U.S. Army's Dugway Proving Ground was on lockdown Wednesday evening as part of "an ongoing security operation," according to spokeswoman Paula Thomas.
Reports of nearly 1,000 employees stranded at the base, some in their cars, went unconfirmed but Dugway Proving Ground Commander Col. William E. King, IV, said food and beverages were being brought in.

"As you know measures like these (lockdown of our gates) are not taken lightly," he said. "No one is in immediate danger but these steps are required." King said he would open the gates "as soon as I can."
The gates to the facility were closed prior to the 5:30 p.m. shift ending. Workers normally scheduled to go home were not allowed to leave, while those coming into the area were also not let in.

Dugway encompasses more than 800,000 acres of Utah's west desert, where more than 2,000 people call home. It is a government-owned facility used by the U.S. Army Reserves and the U.S. National Guard for maneuver training. It is also a U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command center where tests are occasionally run on defenses against biological and chemical weaponry.

Utah base open after missing nerve agent vial located
January 27, 2011
A Utah military facility that tests chemical and biological weapons was opened Thursday after a nearly 12-hour lockdown that officials said was prompted by a missing vial of "nerve agent."

"On January 26, during a routine inventory of sensitive material in the chemical laboratory, Dugway officials discovered a discrepancy between the records and the agent on hand," said a statement issued by the U.S. Army's Dugway Proving Ground. "As a precaution, the commander immediately locked down the installation and began efforts to identify the cause of the discrepancy."

The facility was put on lockdown about 7:25 p.m. ET on Wednesday, spokeswoman Paula Thomas said. Authorities said only that the move was "to resolve a serious concern within the Test Area."
The discrepancy was found to be less than a milliliter, or less than one-fourth of a teaspoon, of VX "nerve agent," the statement said.

A vial containing 1 ml was located about 3 a.m. Thursday (5 a.m. ET), the statement said. As of about 6:15 a.m., authorities said personnel had been allowed inside and would be allowed to go home shortly.
"All personnel are uninjured and safe," the facility said in a news release. "The public is safe as well."

VX is an amber-colored, odorless and tasteless oily liquid that does not evaporate easily unless temperatures are high, officials said. "It evaporates very slowly, almost like motor oil."
People can be exposed to the agent through skin contact -- the most toxic way -- or through eye contact or inhalation, the statement said. VX affects the body's ability to carry messages through the nerves.

About 1,500 employees and contractors are stationed at the proving ground, which covers 798,214 acres and is located in the Great Salt Lake Desert, around 85 miles southwest of Salt Lake City.
"Testers here determine the reliability and survivability of all types of military equipment in a chemical or biological environment," according to Dugway officials.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 12:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Utah Army post reopens after nerve agent found
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DUGWAY PROVING GROUND, Utah (AP) - The Army said Thursday that Dugway Proving Ground, where military weapons are tested, was locked down for hours because a small amount of a nerve agent was unaccounted for.

The amount missing was less than one-fourth of a teaspoon of VX nerve agent, which affects the body's ability to carry messages through the nerves.

The missing vial prompted a lockdown late Wednesday afternoon that lasted nearly 14 hours.

Post commander Col. William E. King said the nerve agent was never unsecured but had been incorrectly placed in a mislabeled container after a test on Tuesday at a base lab. The error was detected during a routine inventory check.

"It's an unfortunate oversight but one that we take very seriously," King said at a news conference outside of the base gates in Utah's Skull Valley, about 85 miles southwest of Salt Lake City.

King said he has halted all testing and handling of chemical weapons on the post until an internal review of procedures can be conducted. Staff will also be retrained.

Surveillance camera video from the lab showed no one had access to the vial during the hours it was unaccounted for. The vial was both stored in a secondary container and locked inside a vault, and multiple security systems are in place, King said.

"It's not very easy to get in to our vault," he said.

After an initial investigation, King said he believes there was "no malicious intent" on the part of the two base employees who had conducted the tests. However, Army and FBI investigators were still talking with the pair on Thursday to determine what went wrong.

King said he did not yet know whether any disciplinary action would result from their actions.

No one was in danger and the lockdown was ordered as a precaution, King said.

Between 1,200 and 1,400 people were inside the facility at the time. They included military personnel, contractors and civilian workers. About 850 people live on the base.

"All of our employees are safe and there is no damages that I know of," Bonnie Robinson, a post spokeswoman, said Thursday morning.

Dugway is used to test military weapons, but its primary mission is defending troops against biological and chemical attacks.

Encompassing more than 800,000 acres of desert, the post also is used by the U.S. Army Reserves and the U.S. National Guard for maneuver training.

VX is just one of numerous deadly chemicals tested and handled at the base. A persistent chemical agent, VX can be "very deadly" if it makes contact with the skin, but the amount of material in the misplaced vial was so small that only a few people might have been affected, King said.

"VX, normally from a warfare perspective, would be put out in gallons," he said.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2011 10:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lost VX nerve agent closes Dugway Proving Ground

2 Feb 2011

A container of VX nerve agent triggered alarms at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah Wednesday when it was temporarily misplaced. The missing VX vial ultimately appeared. However throughout the search Dugway Proving Ground was put under lockdown until the next morning. Military services use of VX nerve agent, the deadliest chemical tool ever dreamed up by chemists, was banned in 1993 by the Chemical Weaponry Convention. Scientists have obtained large personal loans to review this item even further.

Absent VX hides in plain sight
Dugway Proving Ground was closed at 5:24 p.m. MST Wednesday. There were 2,200 individuals on the base. This was when the lockdown began. It seemed some VX nerve agent had disappeared. It was not matched right during inventory. The 801,505-acre installation was closed immediately for a search. This is what Dugway commander Col. William E. King did. The VX nerve agent was just hiding. It was right there though. Workers accidently mislabeled the vial of deadly substance after evaluating sensor equipment. A Dugway Proving Ground spokesman said the VX nerve agent was accounted for and nobody was ever in danger.

What VX does to individuals
One milliliter, or one fifth of a teaspoon, of VX nerve agent was within the bottle absent at Dugway. The median lethal dose of VX nerve agent is about 734 micrograms through the skin and 30-50 micrograms if inhaled. A gram of VX nerve agent would be devastating. About 200,000 people could die from it. VX is just like motor oil in that it is viscous. It won’t ever evaporate away. If a human is exposed to VX, the toxin destroys the individual's nerves, and death by paralysis occurs in minutes. The only known human victim of VX was killed in Osaka, Japan, by a member of the Aum Shinrikyo terrorist group in Dec. 1994.

VX continues to be a threat
VX nerve agent is coveted by terrorists. In 1998 a pharmaceutical plant in Sudan linked to Iraq and Al Qaeda was suspected of attempting to synthesize VX. Chemicals used to produce VX were found after the U.S. military services jets destroyed the plant. There was enough VX made to kill all life on earth, over and over again, by U.S. and Russia in the cold war. Artillery shells, missiles and land mines could all carry VX. That was the point of it. The United States VX stockpile was destroyed. In December 2008, the last went away. The United States and Germany continue to subsidize Russia's efforts to destroy its stockpile of VX.

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I remember numerous 1990's Hollywood movies that had plots centered around VX nerve gasses - one of which was the 1996 Nicholas Cage/Sean Connery movie "The Rock"(the clip is on youtube). I guess it was to condition the masses.
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June 8, 2014  SALT LAKE CITY
- 2 Utah residents tracked after coming in contact with deadly MERS virus.
Health officials confirm they have been tracking two Utahns who came in contact with the deadly MERS virus as they traveled. The two Utahns live in Davis County, said Salt Lake County Health Director Gary Edwards, and they traveled on the same flights as a patient with Middle East Respiratory Virus (MERS) coming back from Saudi Arabia. They didn’t find out until after their flight was over that their health could be compromised, he added. “There have been three cases in the United States,” Edwards said. “Two of those individuals flew; had multiple legs coming from Saudi Arabia coming back to the United States. There have been a few individuals who were on those flights.” The first two cases in the U.S. were brought back by health care workers who were in Saudi Arabia. The first case of MERS in the U.S. was confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on May 2, 2014, the CDC website said. The third person to get MERS, in the middle of May, came in contact with one of the original MERS patients.

Salt Lake and Davis County health officials were asked by the CDC to investigate them as they try to track how MERS operates. The two people in Utah have not shown any symptoms, which means they don’t have the virus, Edwards said. “What we learned from these few examples is that it apparently does not spread easily person to person,” he said. “There has to be much closer contact, such as healthcare, or family members who are providing care.” There is no cure for MERS and it is not known how long the threat will last. It first showed up in Saudi Arabia in 2012, the CDC reported. Symptoms include cough, fever and shortness of breath. The virus kills about a third of those it infects. -KSL
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China owns Utah farm
June 29, 2014
Chinese-owned hay farm in the United States east of Salt Lake City UTAH.
Its a 22,000-acre ranch, lush with green alfalfa destined for China.  Three years ago Chinese  purchased it for less than $10 million. Chinese investors are increasingly buying farms.
Lu Tian Yuan also owns an alfalfa farm in Mongolia, in northern China.
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Utah man dies from plague in 4th fatal case in US this year
August 28, 2015
-  A Utah man in his 70s died after contracting the plague.
Plague is a rare disease that is carried by rodents and spread by fleas.
11 other cases have been reported in 6 states since April 1.
Cases of plague have been reported each year in the U.S. since 2000.

Plague is naturally occurring in Utah rodents and is often seen in prairie dog populations.
In July that an outbreak of bubonic plague killed 60 to 80 prairie dogs in an eastern Utah colony.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 19, 2015 11:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BLM wants Utah
October 19, 2015 -  Land Grab Alert!


Utah lawmakers, sheriffs want to rein in renegade BLM.
Multiple rural county sheriffs from Utah testified about the abusive use of police power by Bureau of Land Management.  They say it is time to rein in their authority.  Sheriffs spoke in favor of HB155 to limit BLM from exercising police power over state and local laws.

BLM visits drought-stricken Utah
The parched ranges of western Utah and two other states are drawing a BLM visit.

County officials are objecting to BLM resource management plan, including provisions to close an open travel ATV area, introduce condors to the national recreation areas, and reduce recreational uses on two national conservation areas and other BLM land in the county.

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