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He's meantime changing gears to New York again we have Allison -- joining us talking about her war games -- patter on the -- you know a couple of times talking about some incredibly interesting stuff everything from.
-- the last time was a Super Bowl and how.
The troops -- able to watch the Super Bowl even inside submarines.
Around the globe and Allison joins us now talking about.
A really -- -- -- you can find her column.
-- detect section of foxnews.com war games we'll put that up there on the screen so people at home can see it.
You can -- right -- inside the last Manhattan Project facility in Manhattan.
And she joins us sliding to -- are also -- -- and lower case Berry on Twitter.
I -- fascinating article at that pulled appear in front of me -- -- what they're printed it out even I don't know my computer.
Com -- talking about the the difference in changes everything from the other nuclear weapons and worries still what.
It more more more worrisome now for for many Americans explain -- the overview of the article in general.
Actually it was an exciting at him but I think you present the setup as some kind do you.
Very exciting yesterday I got to go inside.
And bring a camera for the first times our viewers get an exclusive look inside the super cool national lab.
I it's in the heart of Manhattan believe it or not it's the last remaining facility from me Manhattan Project.
Our viewers probably remember the Manhattan Project from it was project that basically built our first atomic bombs have kind of a big deal.
And the last remaining debt and it's been you know assert that ever happened centuries and it needed a bit of updating to be frank.
-- -- really pleases he house state of the art and modern is our viewers getting a chance right now actually to get a look inside some of them -- technical spaces.
This is from the health and physics lab -- where.
First responders in Manhattan York the surrounding areas the tristate area as trained on how to detect radiological threats.
So this could be -- -- dirty bomb this could be a traditional Saudi traditional nuclear bomb.
Any of these threats of threats they're trained to learn how to -- detected on a person and a backpack.
Me be carried by a vehicle these sorts of things we've just got to look -- right now we're looking at some of the new advances for first responders and the firefighting community.
Terribly important stuff.
Talking to the fire chief and our viewers it's yes a little bit of that interview he had a great chat about.
Just how important and yet I think people -- all get -- dangerous.
But I think people will to realize perhaps.
That there also they have -- huge responsibility Adam for a lot of other dangerous environments that we might imports encounter.
You know ideological attack -- -- attack a bioterrorist attack.
These sorts of things are firefighters would be going into those situations they train for that as well and responsible for getting -- you know so.
We want to protect our first responders as well as the people that they're extracting.
Us our viewers -- just looking at some of the new advances they can find more information about that of course in the column but.
Terribly in -- -- is so cool and exciting to be there and get to explore the new.
Yeah if you to the -- there almost twenty years to the day of the first attacks on the Twin Towers and how there's some sort of you know.
Think about what happened back in the ninety's and of course eventually happen on 9/11.
-- -- -- happened and how the threats really do still exist they may be our art or different but they're somewhat similar when you consider the radiological threat to that talk about that that also if in -- to be the worry was in the Cold -- that a large nuclear weapon would come our way but now we mean.
I hate to put that the fear out there but for you don't know -- realize it you can carry stuff like this in a backpack or smaller nowadays so there.
There is a necessity for this type allowed especially in large large metropolis -- that metropolitan area.
Absolutely and that that to the areas that -- NC were specifically looking at Adam.
One was the gamma -- and I'm not you know I don't like I was kind of hoping they are looking at making -- and the fantastic -- ends -- that but if unfortunately no superpowers all well at this in the guy who runs -- -- he did his Ph.D.
thesis and looking how at how possibly get worries that actually seen here as a -- that was cool but.
In the lab itself yet that lab the -- -- has worked on -- are you deploy.
Very subtle you know I don't think New Yorkers realize this but throughout the city they deploy these 25.
Detection stations if you will.
They're quite -- these kind of -- and the environment but they're actually -- -- they function as sort of a ring of steel of theological ring of steel.
Which is a term of art at has developed in London avenue and amendments -- is set to doctor Taylor adds alerts -- That's you know surveillance ring of -- in this case this is a real logical ring of steel.
Which is really critical because earlier we get detection could the better it is for everyone you can get people out fastener -- -- -- -- -- and people never want to believe this.
She get this to -- him but.
If you asked me what they should do you in the event of an attack and sometimes it's actually better to shelter in place so.
This sort of information is critical not just knowing that there is a threat but the level the volume of the threat.
When you combine this sort of data with fleeing studies modeling an immunological data you know how the weather in the wind is working.
It really can give the -- -- is -- much better informed picture.
On how to advise people what they should shelter -- place that they should evacuate in the best way to do so the safest way to tease.
Right yeah in fact it's great information -- for those people who live outside New York City.
Absolutely article itself as fascinating -- talks about a threat that all the states and maybe year -- someone who goes to new Yorker for that matter any large city gives you an idea of what our.
Authorities are doing -- -- that right there the exclusive look inside the last Manhattan Project facility in Manhattan Allison Barrie has that.
On online right now foxnews.com of the technology section I do recommend it's a great read is an easy read and we appreciate coming on as always else I'll think about Adam.
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