[ RadSafe ] Deadly Uranium?
rwhelbig at gmail.com
Thu Apr 17 07:15:53 CDT 2014
This MSDS http://www.ibilabs.com/Uranium%20Sulfate-MSDS.htm says that this
chemical is hazardous to ingest, but does not say that a single particle is
potentially lethal -
On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 4:56 AM, Roger Helbig <rwhelbig at gmail.com> wrote:
> That's what the lying campaign begun by Saddam Hussein and kept on by
> Sunnis in Fallujah, Palestinians, Syrians, Iranians, Serbs and their
> propagandizers and around the world sympathesizers about depleted uranium
> has wrought. Now, you need to teach the Assistant Prosecutor that he has
> been mislead and that he should look for evidence and not shoot from the
> hip based on something he saw on the Internet in a blog or YouTube posting
> and convince the media that they should learn first and report second
> instead of spreading the lies - Blaine Howard took on the CNN comments of
> the founder of the Uranium Medical Research Centre, Dr Asaf Durakovic, who
> made the comment that one atom of DU was potentially fatal - more RADSAFERS
> should do the same and make the media realize that they have been had by
> professional manipulators who profit, like Durakovic, by their lies.
> I just called the District Attorney's Office in Sussex County NJ at (973)
> 383-1570 and ended up leaving a voice mail message with Duty Detective
> Jason Berrigan - I suggested that the First Assistant District Attorney
> contact someone at Rutgers and learn more about the chemistry of uranium.
> Usually DA's don't shoot from the hip, they deal in evidence.
> Roger Helbig
> On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 4:00 AM, Estabrooks, H Bates (IHK) <
> estabrookshb at y12.doe.gov> wrote:
>> Can anyone explain this comment from the attached article?
>> "Two containers reportedly held a substance tentatively identified by
>> authorities as uranium sulfate, a potentially lethal chemical.
>> 'If you inhale a single particle, it's fatal,' Sussex County First
>> Assistant Prosecutor Gregory Mueller said."
>> Bates Estabrooks
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