[ RadSafe ] Findings of enriched U in Fallujah and elsewhere

Joe Toole joetoole at jt9958.freeserve.co.uk
Tue Oct 18 10:25:22 CDT 2011

<<[as well as Fallujah]...Enriched Uranium signatures have also turned up in other recent battlefields, notably in the Lebanon, where soil from a missile crater in Khiam and also dust from an ambulance air filter both showed the presence of Enriched Uranium in 2006, a finding reported in The Independent by Robert Fisk. The authors are unable to explain why these weapons contain or produce slightly enriched Uranium and call for the military to now reveal the truth about the weapons systems being employed in modern battlefields. >>

It is not clear from Prof Busby's post where these mass spectrometric measurements were done. What I do think is that that the laboratory has an uncorrected measurement bias. Try running a soil or grass sample from Green Audit's back garden in the same lab, you may scare yourself. To extrapolate an uncorrected measurement bias to conclude the existence and widespread use of enriched uranium weaponry is rather silly.

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