Lets see how fast the public opinion changes once they, ISIS Terrorist Use Weapons Grade Depleted Uranium As A Dirty Bomb.

  But of course, some opinions state Depleted Uranium, does not cause harmful side effects to humans. Its all fake news.

Published on Jun 19, 2017 by TTTG Networking

 ISIS Terrorist & Weapons Grade Depleted Uranium, a content most news media forums do not talk about. And I find it amazing how easy it is to find the documents on line, of the how to. I wonder if the word dirty bombs is still used by our officials in office.
With all the Military power of the UN, NATO, and OTAN, combined with the united efforts of so many countries, only Russia under President Putin has caused more damage to ISIS, then all the combined forces put together.
My Opinion Of Course !

  ISIS And Weapons Grade Depleted Uranium-YouTube



 Following the resolution of Operation Desert Storm in 1991, American troops returned home to a rousing welcome from a grateful public. But for many of these veterans, their war had just begun. Widespread incidents of memory loss, eyesight impairment and cancer were reported among the troops, and their offspring born after the conflict often presented with physical abnormalities and severely debilitating conditions like leukemia. Were these the effects of some highly advanced form of post-traumatic stress syndrome, or something else?
But of course the past is forgotten by many.

  Born at the Burnt Land- YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfUS2Di38is

 Born At The Burnt Land
by onderkoffer

Topics uranium, iraq, US army


Following the resolution of Operation Desert Storm in 1991, American troops returned home to a rousing welcome from a grateful public. But for many of these veterans, their war had just begun. Widespread incidents of memory loss, eyesight impairment and cancer were reported among the troops, and their offspring born after the conflict often presented with physical abnormalities and severely debilitating conditions like leukemia. Were these the effects of some highly advanced form of post-traumatic stress syndrome, or something else?

The troubling answers to that mystery lay the foundation for Born at the Burnt Land, a thought-provoking exploration of the deadly unforeseen complications which linger long after a war has come to a close. In the case of the Gulf War, these complications weren't limited to American troops. Many Iraqi citizens experienced these symptoms as well, particularly those who resided closest to the regions of battle.

Thus, health investigators began an exhaustive search to uncover the possible culprits behind these mystifying illnesses and maladies. The single common denominator among the afflicted was an exposure to depleted uranium, a hazardous element used to create various destructive weapons of war. Essentially a waste product of the nuclear industry, depleted uranium is an inexpensive ingredient used in the construction of protective armor and projectile weaponry such as missiles and bullets. It also contains the most elevated toxicity level of all the elements, and burns at an alarmingly high temperature. When even the smallest amount of depleted uranium is absorbed within the body, its presence remains for an entire life span as it "attaches" itself to a person's DNA and causes irreparable damage.

In spite of these findings, United States government and Iraqi Ministry of Health officials hesitate to confirm the harmful consequences associated with the use of depleted uranium. The film speculates that this defiant stance is motivated in large part by greed. After all, weapons manufacturing is big business, and the banning of depleted uranium could result in a significant loss of revenue. Relying on the expertise of assorted scientists and health officials, Born at the Burnt Land makes a compelling and harrowing argument for change, and successfully shows that the wounds of war can often resound for generations.


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Tif,

Its, ISIS & Weapons Grade Depleted Uranium-YouTube

In an attempt to pin a host of medical maladies on DU munitions... investigators began an exhaustive search for probable causes: 

"Thus, health investigators began an exhaustive search to uncover the possible culprits behind these mystifying illnesses and maladies. The single common denominator among the afflicted was an exposure to depleted uranium, a hazardous element used to create various destructive weapons of war." 

However, the conclusion that our Military personnel were exposed to only one common denominator is ridiculous at best... they dismissed all the cultural and commercial sources of cancer and serious health issues present in our daily routines in America... everything from Fluoride in the water too antibiotics in meat... not to mention Genetic Modified Organisms (GMO's) and a whole host of cancer causing chemicals commonly found in our culture.  

The fact is that there are thousands if not millions of probable ways our soldiers and their children may contract genetic disorders or disease... not just DU munitions.  There are no reputable long term studies that positively isolate DU munitions as the single source for any of the claims being made.

The fact is that most of the predictions and claims  made by alarmist attacking DU munitions are unprovable and indemonstrable..

Bla bla bal yada yada ,

 Damn ! I'm sounding like Tif now,

Have a nice day Ronald.

Well Ronald,

 Some of the best Scientist in the Filed, on "Weapons Grade Depleted Uranium "  state different, They are the most respected Scientist in that filed.

 Now this forum is about, ISIS & Weapons Grade Depleted Uranium, so are you saying its impossible for them to create a (WMD) out of Weapons Grade Depleted Uranium...?

 I did take the time to research what is written in Arabic,  its the finger print of where the DU came from, what states, and what countries. And thats amazing for a what people call them, oh yea cave people, just dumb people.

[PDF] North Korea's Estimated Stocks of Plutonium and Weapon-Grade ...
isis-online.org/uploads/isis.../dprk_fissile_material_production_16Aug2012.pdf
by D Albright - ‎2012 - ‎Cited by 17 - ‎Related articles
Aug 16, 2012 - Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS). North Korea's ... Has it made weapon-grade uranium (WGU)? How much could .... could be enriched to 10-20 percent, and targets of natural or depleted uranium in which.


https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=ISIS+%26+Weapons+Grade+Deplete...

 

There is no such thing as weapons grade DU...  DU is not fissile material. It can't be used to create a fission or fusion explosion or be made into an effective kinetic weapon. It is used by the military to manufacture munitions.  

Any enrichment of DU would change its core atomic value and it would no longer be DU.  Can a dirty Bomb be made with DU... only as a chemical weapon...not a kinetic weapon. Powdered lead could also be made into a chemical weapon of mass destruction... so what?  Now we need to ban lead?

Is it possible to enrich... DU... yes, it is possible but not practical... as DU is a product of the enrichment process to begin with. Depleted uranium (DU; also referred to in the past as Q-metal, depletalloy or D-38) is uranium with a lower content of the fissile isotope U-235 than natural uranium. (Natural uranium contains about 0.72% of its fissile isotope U-235, while the DU used by the U.S. Department of Defense contain 0.3% U-235 or less). 

Most depleted uranium arises as a by-product of the production of enriched uranium for use as fuel in nuclear reactors and in the manufacture of nuclear weapons. DU emits less alpha radiation than natural uranium. DU used in US munitions has 60% of the radioactivity of natural uranium  [4] Trace transuranics (another indicator of the use of reprocessed material) have been reported to be present in some US tank armor.[4]

The point is that DU may be toxic as are all heavy metals... however, it is no riskier than lead and some other metals used in munitions manufacturing. The Health Hazards associated with DU are not greater than with LEAD.

See: http://www.world-nuclear.org/information-library/nuclear-fuel-cycle...

There is no science based evidence to prove that DU from military munitions have created catastrophic long term illness. Iraqi populations are growing with only anecdotal evidence of any serious impact on public health due to DU munitions.  There is a hard core GREEN ARMY out there attempting to ban all things military... so don't get all wrapped up in the occasional story popping up regarding DU munitions.

Sorry your wrong Ronald.

 NATO Publications - Depleted Uranium - 17 September 2001
www.nato.int/du/docu/d010917a.htm
Sep 24, 2001 - Report by the Health Service on examining Federal Foreign Office staff for contamination with depleted weapons-grade uranium in Kosovo ...

Results of Recent Examinations of German Foreign Office Staff for Contamination with Depleted Uranium in Kosovo

AD HOC Committee on Depleted Uranium (AHCDU)


Report by the Health Service
on examining Federal Foreign Office staff
for contamination with depleted weapons-grade uranium in Kosovo

Summary:

Medical tests for radioactive contamination in Kosovo showed no indication that Federal Foreign Office employees have been exposed to depleted weapons-grade uranium. A health hazard can be ruled out. The report analyzes the results of the tests and provides recommendations for occupational and radiation medical care for personnel seconded to Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Background:

Since December last year, the public in Europe has been more frequently discussing potential health risks caused by the use of munitions containing depleted uranium in Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Federal Foreign Office Health Service informed and advised the employees concerned about all issues relating to occupational and radiation medicine. For health care reasons and to gain more factual information, the Federal Foreign Office has also provided a "biomonitoring" service. Measuring uranium excretion levels should determine whether accidental exposure to depleted uranium had occurred. The group of people examined is described in the Federal Foreign Minister's paper, reference no. 101-1- (SV Pristina) of 12 January 2001.

From 11 to 16 January 2001, a doctor from the Health Service (H.J.) visited Pristina where she examined and advised around 60 persons from the German Liaison Office, OSCE and UNMIK. 41 urine samples and 2 water samples (tap water from the German Liason Office in Pristina and mineral water) were taken to Munich to be analyzed in the Research Centre for the Environment and Health by Dr. P. Roth. The results are now available.

Results and discussion:

There are no normal levels for uranium excretions in humans, only regional reference levels, calculated according to age, reflecting the natural absorption of uranium from the environment. On a global scale, the reference levels for the Federal Republic of Germany used for these tests are extremely low.

Almost all levels found in the test persons from Pristina were within the narrow German margins of reference. Only 4 readings were above the limits; the maximum levels were found in one locally contracted member of staff in Pristina and in one seconded person who has spent an extended period of time in Kosovo.

On the basis of the water analyses, it may be assumed that the reference levels of natural uranium exposure in Kosovo are higher than in Germany. Therefore, the reference level taken by the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) for persons not exposed to uranium has been used as a comparison. This is 500 nanogrammes of uranium excretion in 24 hours (ICRP publication, No. 23). In comparison to this reference level, all readings were relatively low.

It may be safely concluded from the readings that there is no health risk to any of the persons examined. The Health Service and external experts agree upon this point.

The data gives no indication that accidental exposure to depleted weapons-grade uranium could have occurred. This assessment is supported by the examination results from the Federal Armed Forces of their personnel in Kosovo and particularly by the recently published United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) report.

Recommendations:

Individual results for samples from members of staff no longer active in Kosovo are not yet available. However, the following recommendations can be derived from the results available:

  1. Follow-up tests on the subjects of this study are not necessary because all readings are within the expected margins for persons not exposed to uranium. A health risk can be ruled out.
  2. It is not necessary to extend the tests to staff currently or formerly posted to Bosnia and Herzegovina, since no exposure is to be assumed for staff in Bosnia and Herzegovina due to the negative results in Kosovo. A proportionally much higher number of weapons containing uranium have been deployed in Kosovo. The results of tests for Bosnia and Herzegovina would hardly be conclusive in any case, since too much time has elapsed.
  3. In a study by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) published on 13 March 2001, there were no indications of environmental pollution from depleted uranium in Kosovo presenting a health hazard. To ensure that there will also be no contamination of drinking water with depleted uranium in the future, UNEP recommends regularly monitoring the quality of drinking water in Kosovo and in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Our analysis of tap water from Pristina leads us to believe that there is a higher natural uranium concentration in drinking water in Kosovo than in Germany. Consequently, information from local health authorities and UNEP on the quality of drinking water is to be further evaluated and, if applicable, supplemented by our own readings.
  4. The Health Service will inform the test persons of any results still outstanding. There will only be a new evaluation in the event of unexpected new findings.

Results of Recent Examinations of German Foreign Office Staff for Contamination with Depleted Uranium in Kosovo

AD HOC Committee on Depleted Uranium (AHCDU)


Report by the Health Service
on examining Federal Foreign Office staff
for contamination with depleted weapons-grade uranium in Kosovo

Summary:

Medical tests for radioactive contamination in Kosovo showed no indication that Federal Foreign Office employees have been exposed to depleted weapons-grade uranium. A health hazard can be ruled out. The report analyzes the results of the tests and provides recommendations for occupational and radiation medical care for personnel seconded to Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

This report specifically states there was no health hazard found from DU in Kosovo. The report went on to say:

It may be safely concluded from the readings that there is no health risk to any of the persons examined. The Health Service and external experts agree upon this point.

Ronald,

 Look they were testing for Weapons Grade Depleted Uranium, hello I read the blog ! You stated there was no such thing..hello !

 Ronald I do not need to be schooled, I am all grown up........!

 

Hello... there is no such thing as weapons grade DP... DP is not fissile material... it can not be used as a weapon, in the conventional sense of the term. In nuclear engineering, fissile material is material capable of sustaining a nuclear fission chain reaction.  DP can not create a nuclear fission chain reaction.

Not everything one reads in a blog is true... especially where there are political or ideological goals behind posting the blog... obviously we are dealing with tree huggers in many of the posts attempting to make the claim that DU needs to be banned.  The same people who managed to  get lead banned in bullets, because they are harmful... are now attempting to ban DU in bullets... Oops... aren't bullets supposed to be harmful?

Hello Mr. Nelson,

 Tell it to NATO, you could not debunk this on a good day.

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