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Old 16-04-2018, 11:19   #1
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I may well be being a bit thick here but, when a building is used for making or storing of dangerous weapons grade chemicals, and it is blown to pieces, what happens to the material.

Is it destroyed or dispersed into the atmosphere?
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Old 16-04-2018, 21:08   #2
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You're not being thick, I had wondered the same thing given that at Salisbury it seemed only minimal exposure to chemical weapons presented near fatal consequences.
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The chemicals destroyed by bombing this week I believe as choline what was not destroyed by the heat of the explosions will dissipate into the atmosphere and be broken down by the uv of the sun.

Better to take the risk of blowing these facilities to smithereens than allow their continued use
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I may well be being a bit thick here but, when a building is used for making or storing of dangerous weapons grade chemicals, and it is blown to pieces, what happens to the material.

Is it destroyed or dispersed into the atmosphere?
It will have all been moved away from the bombed facilities. That way there is no reason to think of contamination caused by the bombing.

It probably went to the Russian airbases along with their airforce and helicopters.
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I appreciate gas based weapons would dissapate, but nerve agents, as we`ve seen in Salisbury are a bit more of a problem.

I wonder if they did have time to move everything, knowing how these regimes operate it is likely, however I`m sure the targets would have been under 24 hr close up surveillance right up to the attack, I suppose a lot of what goes on these days is `symbolic`
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