[ RadSafe ] uranium solubility and acute and chronic exposures on the Russia-Georgia border
sjd at swcp.com
Mon Aug 11 18:39:54 CDT 2008
What "both sides" are you talking about? Georgia and the "former"
Soviet Union? The real question is, was either side using DU. First, show
that the Russians or the Georgians are using depleted uranium. As far as a
"single dose" concerned, it depends on the size of the dose. Since you
(JS) have no statistics for dose or for dose rate, your "single dose"
assertion is a waste of time. (Get a job, James!)
At 10:14 PM 8/10/08 -0700, James Salsman wrote:
>Were both sides using DU in this conflict? I'd like to see a
>watershed map of Europe and Asia and concentrations in the adjacent
>sea and sand.
>A single dose of uranyl can result in reproductive toxicity, so the
>effect is not limited to chronic exposure.
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