[ RadSafe ] Highly Biased Poll on Depleted Uranium in Hawaii
maurysis at peoplepc.com
Tue Sep 1 08:06:41 CDT 2009
Passed this on to the 70 or so friends and family with whom I correspond
daily. Hopefully some of them will help add to the first choice in the
poll -- it would be fun if the tables might be turned a bit on the
Maury&Dog (Maury Siskel maurysis at peoplepc.com)
McClung, Danny wrote:
>Roger, I just voted. It will be hard to sway the bias of 2/3 who say they do not believe the Army reports concerning the status of DU munitions on the range there.
>Dan McClung, BS, RRPT
>Health Physics Consultant
>MERRT Program Manager
>Office of Public Health and
>Environmental Hazards (13A/C) Veterans Health Administration
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>From: radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl <radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl>
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>Sent: Tue Sep 01 01:31:25 2009
>Subject: [ RadSafe ] Highly Biased Poll on Depleted Uranium in Hawaii
>You might like to vote in the following and balance the bias a bit
>Shortcut to: http://www.westhawaiitoday.com/
> The U.S. Army says there is no danger or health risk posed by depleted uranium ordnance at Pohakuloa Training Area: I believe what the Army says and am not concerned for my health.
> I'd like to believe the Army's report but will not be satisfied without an independent risk assessment of the depleted uranium situation.
> I don't believe a word the Army says. Bring in outside experts and let the truth be known.
>This pertains to Army assessment of the DU used in the tailfins of practice Davy Crockett rounds fired on Hawaii range in early 1960s - the DU was used in the practice rounds to simulate the weight of the actual
>tactical nuclear weapon. One of those actual rounds was fired at the Nevada Test Site in 1962, the last above ground atmospheric nuclear test ever conducted.
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