[ RadSafe ] uranium solubility and acute and chronic exposures on the Russia-Georgia border
bcradsafers at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 11 18:59:53 CDT 2008
The problem is not about radiation from DU - it is about people shooting and bombing each other.
DU is off topic as the major character of the tragic conflict isn't a radiation issue. If there are
radioactive atoms coming from DU - that aspect is totally insignificant in this context. You have
plenty of natural radioactive atoms in the soil around you - that should be enough to provide some
If you are trying to imply that a mutation burden could lead to some genetic changes on a population
level it just tells that you haven't studied any of the key messages from the evolution biologists and
what they developed over the last 80 years.
My personal ideas only,
Bjorn Cedervall bcradsafer at hotmail.com
> Date: Sun, 10 Aug 2008 22:14:32 -0700> From: BenjB4 at gmail.com> To: radsafe at radlab.nl> Subject: [ RadSafe ] uranium solubility and acute and chronic exposures on the Russia-Georgia border> > 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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