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Author:  CrimsonEagle [ Sat Sep 30, 2006 3:20 pm ]
Post subject:  Depleted Uranium Dust

Everybody SING!!! They have the whole world in there hands, they have the whole wide world in their hands, they have the whole world in their hand, and then they strangle the living shit out of it.

My wife says I seem to be angry. Do I seem angry to you? I'm walking a fine line right now guys. A very fine line.


http://www.uruknet.de/?p=m27096&hd=0&size=1&l=t

Author:  eternalwanderer [ Sat Sep 30, 2006 11:50 pm ]
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Yep the stuff isn't exactly sunshine and flower petals. Course I'm not directly sure it's as deadly as that source is saying, I don't believe either them or the Pentagon pukes both of them have an agenda. Truthfully it's probably somewhere in the middle. And I'm saying this as a former tanker who has been around the stuff on a nearly daily basis and knows it does have effects.

But especially when dealing with Basra there are several potential other sources. One that place was being illuminated with active EM emitting sensors during the troop buildup phase like nothing in the history of human experience. Having full-powered high resolution military radars and other active EM sensors pointed at you is like getting exposed to a continous stream of x-rays and they were doing this for weeks. Two I have heard though not verified that new directed energy weapons were used in the assault on Basra. Especially something that I think may be a form of particle weapon mounted on modified M-1s. The thing about particle weapons is that they release a massive burst of highly penetrating radiation when the beam is generated. If these weapons were indeed used they are almost certainly the source as a weapon-grade particle beam would release orders of magnitude more radiation than DU dust which has been reduced to a much lower level of emission from even U in its natural state.

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