This is a very long article. But please don't postpone reading it. Instead scroll down to THE FIFTH RISK and read that part. This explains the long talk by David Abelson at the RFSC (Rocky Flats Stewardship Council) meeting about DOE funding. If DOE funding to Rocky Flats is cut, the 15 or so full-time DOE workers will not be there to monitor and contain the contaminants on the Superfund Site. If the "Refuge" is opened to the public, it will surround an un-monitored Nuclear Superfund site that contains plutonium and other contaminants.