>>463832>And the other mention of adverse effects is just eating the stuff.
And breathing it. And getting particles imbedded in your skin. Say it with me, "And breathing it. And getting particles imbedded in your skin." All of the sources we have looked at have talked about those methods of having uranium introduced into your blood stream.>this is talking about industrial levels of waste DU
It is talking about how it is not as safe as they had initially thought to store depleted uranium near the surface. How much is "industrial levels?" How much depleted uranium gets produced by power plants in comparison to how much the military rains on a battlefield?>The US government is worried about industrial levels of waste over the long term. Nobody is worried about DU used in munitions.
Again, in terms of volume what is the difference?>So Serbian faggots can stop bitching about getting bombed with DU to stop their genocide.
Yeah, they probably did try to cook the study honestly. I remember that investigation.>And for the record, I'm not in the military, nor have I ever been in.
Really? You talk like a marine, and, no, that is not a compliment. I suppose that would explain why you haven't developed a healthy distrust of anything that the DoD calls "safe." It would also explain why you think that the VA just hands out money without having its arm twisted first.>You're just lying.
Every last one of them is saying that depleted uranium is more dangerous in theory but that they have not seen it in effect yet in affected soldiers.>Yes, by directly having shrapnel inside you.
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