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anti-nucleaRist bloG #40 / 03 July 2010 toxins of NSDU-238, methane, hexane & pyrotechnics-Chemicals

anti-nucleaRist bloG #40 / 03 July 2010

toxins of NSDU-238, methane, hexane & pyrotechnics-Chemicals

tO peace-people,


While the cleanups of NSDU-238 in Basra, and along the no-Human-zone of 600 feet by 15 miles of roadway, and to a depth of 4-6 inches, has yet to be “start: clean-Ups of all aerosolized ‘microns’ of  ur-234, th-234, ur-236 and the nice-Stuff w longest of all half-Life’s: amer-Uranium isotope 238 w some  hard to get at pu-239” we may as well sit-back and watch the commercials on teevee as they attenuate how well BP is doing on Wall-street? Case of the blues, no worry, the little-Gusher in the bay-of-Fiasco’s is yet to drop the drone into submersibles that will gather data so that BP can explore the utility for making technologic “drilling” at pressures of 5,000 feet below the surface. But, don’t wait. The Halliburton crutches were thrown into the idea that underwater pumps, fittings, ½ million dollar shut-off valves may need to be tested, before BP drills into the subterranean and extracts billions of gallons of crude-Crud w chemicals like methane, laced to the release should—if oNLY—the well provide for THE RONG PHOOEL?


NSDU-238 clean-ups (Phytoremediation) preferred, would be better than releasing: “the team: cIAS/Pentagons hard-Putting methods, “including Nobel laureate F. Sherwood Rowland and Chemistry department Chairman Donald Blake, has detected concentrations of toxic chemicals such as alkyl nitrates, methane, hexane and butane compounds that can irritate or burn skin and eyes or cause dizziness, according to studies.” BP oil disaster at 75 days By David Walsh 3 July 2010  Otherwise, cleaning-Up, bio-Remediation of NSDU-238, should have started in 1991, Iraq, but then, this is “geyser-Gusher weekend” a way to explode toxic “pyro-Technics” over-the heads-of-Public” just for more than enough pollution-progress…       “R”


The Gulf oil spill–Part four—The environment By C.W. Rogers and Andre Damon 3 July 2010

This video, the fourth in a series, explores the environmental impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Experts say the disaster is likely to wipe out whole species, and may put an end to fishing and shrimping in the gulf for decades.


The Gulf oil spill–Part 3—The social impact By C. W. Rogers and Andre Damon 1 July 2010

This video, part three of a series, explores the social consequences of the BP oil spill. The disaster has destroyed the livelihoods of tens of thousands of fishermen and small business people, and experts say it may uproot whole communities and trigger mass migrations.


The Gulf oil spill–Part 2—The effect on human health By C.W. Rogers and Andre Damon 30 June 2010

This video, the second in a series, explores the health consequences of the BP oil spill. It features interviews with Nathalie Walker, an attorney and co-director of Advocates for Environmental Human Rights, as well as environmental chemist Wilma Subra. 


The Gulf oil spill–Part 1—The economic impact By C. W. Rogers and Andre Damon, June 29, 2010

In this video, the first of a series on the Gulf Coast oil spill, the WSWS interviews Dean Blanchard, the owner of a shrimp processing and distribution company located in Grand Isle, Louisiana.


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end all wArs– from NSDU-238 usages to too many thermo-nuc;eaRs,

the peace-warrior,

“R” Addison

–notes: My Space blog #37 …

Tags/ Gulf oil spill, effect on human health, the Ecology, social impact, NSDU-238 clean-ups, pressures of 5,000 feet below, NSDU-238 clean-ups, (Phytoremediation) preferred, deepwater horizon, C.W. Rogers and Andre Damon, WSWS, grabnd isle–Louisiana


Bio-sketch (2-27-16)…

I started into believing that I would be able to show my data and my photogRapHics in 1996. By 1998 I was learning computers would gain ascendant methods thru technics of programming for a future connected to data and information. That was nuclear-Molecular finding(s) to share and my personal-Activism w first account specifics and engendering(s).

As cameras went 'digital-Tech' I fond that editing was also to follow in 2004. Then, in 2005 my first digital camera had replaced usage(s) of s.l.r. 35 mm's. I have no mercy nor pity for the thieves who have stolen my hard werk, as anxiety of what I allowed was mid-stReam--anyway! Those asshole-Pukes have cost me $1,000's on a fixed income and I remain single, sole-Survivor of two-Families w.o. offspring!

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