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Nuclear spy devices triggering floods?

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Eldorado

In a village in the Indian Himalayas, generations of residents have believed that nuclear devices lie buried under the snow and rocks in the towering mountains above.

So when Raini got hit by a huge flood earlier in February, villagers panicked and rumours flew that the devices had "exploded" and triggered the deluge. In reality, scientists believe, a piece of broken glacier was responsible for the flooding in the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand, in which more than 50 people have died.

But tell that to the people of Raini - the farming mountain village with 250 households - and many don't quite believe you. "We think that the devices could have played a role. How can a glacier simply break off in winter? We think the government should investigate and find the devices," Sangram Singh Rawat, the headman of Raini, told me.

Full article at the BBC: Link

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Obviousman

I'd be difficult for them to understand there are seismic monitoring stations around the world, and that trace radioactive residue would be detectable. The simple answer is - of course - climate change, but then again how much of that would they understand?

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Trelane

It's probably Cobra Commander and Destro at it again. 

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