Uranium Poisoning

Uranium, the basis for the entire nuclear energy and military weapons cycles, while not itself highly radiotoxic, has been shown to amplify the genotoxicity of background gamma radiation by 500,000 times the normal rate when absorbed into the DNA of the body (See Dr. Chris Busby Video http://youtu.be/FfNyZ9Kryb8).

With a half-life of 4.6 BILLION years, it is time we start learning more about the nuclear industry and why nothing could be more insane than driving steam-powered turbines with it for energy, or blasting the "enemy" into bits with it (e.g.... depleted uranium munitions), when it blows back globally to poison the aggressors and their progeny for eternity.

Also, do yourselves a favor and bookmark this document: 2010 Recommendations of the European Committe on Radiation Risk: The Health Effeccts of Exposure To Low Dose Ionizing Radiation http://www.euradcom.org/2011/ecrr2010.pdf This explains how a revolution in science has occurred, explaining how present concepts of radiotoxicity assumed by all world governments, all mainstream medical and media outlets, minimizes the true radiation risks associated with internal emitters (inhalation or ingestion of radioisotopes) by up to 1000 FOLD.

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Written by Capt. Randall
Few things strike fear into the hearts of men like the invisible terror of nuclear radiation. While the mention of a mushroom cloud sealed the sales pitch to invade Iraq a decade ago, today the subject of radiations whether from electromagnetic fields like cell phones, medical equipment, depleted uranium weaponry or Fukushima ( the elephant in the room ) has oddly been removed from mainstream conversation.

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