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A 2015 graphic commemorates the 60th anniversary of the North American Aerospace Defense Command’s work tracking Santa’s Yuletide journey. NORAD graphichttp://www.defense.gov/Media/Photo-Gallery/igphoto/2001321906
What is NORAD? While it is North American Aerospace Defense Command the name appears chosen to emphasize its role in protecting against nuclear weapons attack during the Cold War:
“The North American Aerospace Defense Command conducts aerospace warning, aerospace control and maritime warning in the defense of North America.” http://www.norad.mil/AboutNORAD.aspx
Nordic Reindeer remain highly contaminated from above ground nuclear weapons testing, especially Soviet weapons testing, and the Chernobyl Nuclear Accident.
If Santa weren’t given a free pass into airspace could the radioactive reindeer set off false alarms? Is this why the US FDA raised the US radiation in food limit to be 15 times higher than that allowed for the Japanese? Will Santa fly into Japanese airspace? Reindeer are particularly at risk from nuclear…
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