[ RadSafe ] Apologies regarding DU

StevenFrey at aol.com StevenFrey at aol.com
Fri Mar 3 11:03:46 CST 2006

You gotta love these antinuclears. Every time the world seems about to  run 
out of hubris and bombast, they ride to the rescue.
Steve Frey, MS, CHP
In a message dated 3/3/2006 11:34:56 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
james at bovik.org writes:

I am  sorry that my government has not yet been able to hire staff
responsible  for evaluating the safety of depleted uranium weapons
capable of measuring  gas condensates of the combustion products.

I am sorry that my  government has not been able to offer victims
of uranium inhalation  poisoning appropriate medical care for the
toxicological details of their  exposure.

I am sorry that my government and its staff has produced so  much
propaganda suppressing the fact that depleted uranium burns  to
produce poison gas.

I am sorry that my government has hired  people who think the use of
a powerful weapon which has been known likely  to lead to congenital
malformations in the civilian families of the exposed  is in any way
representative of courage, personal, or professional  responsibility.

I am sorry that my government has hired people who  address only
their personal emotional reaction to the issues I raise,  including
vague threats of legal action, instead of the questions  involved.

I am not sorry that there are still people like Dr. Johnson,  who
though they may have participated in a serious mistake, are  still
willing to take the personal and professional responsibility  to
support scientific measurements to resolve and help correct  the
problem, instead of complaining about my opinion of their  honor.

James  Salsman

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