[ RadSafe ] On-Line Posting to Senator Rosa Franklin, Washington State Se...
james at bovik.org
Sat Apr 29 16:06:31 CDT 2006
> if they are asymptomatic, what treatment would you give them?
A good first step would be to stop assuming that aerosol dusts are
the only route of uranium oxide exposure, and start testing for
signs and symptoms of uranyl oxide gas, which disperses further
and in very different patterns than the aerosol. In the opinion
of uranium oxidation expert Carl Alexander, who has been publishing
scientific studies of uranium trioxide gas since 1960, the UO3 gas
is the most likely combustion product, stable, and likely toxic.
We won't know until the authorities consider the possibility --
why haven't they after all these decades?
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