anti-nucleaRrist bloG #57/ 10-04-11 @ 8:22 pm
using Uranium Generates ‘waste(s) specifics’ impact of alpha radiation
The u-S, France, Japan and Russia must amalgamate their “radionuclides” from processes called “spendt-Nuclides” which is basically another radionuclide of hazardous uranium, that can be made into pu-239 or is already pu-239 in need of further enriching for h-boMBs! Storage is deadly because of differing ‘chemical make-ups’ and the handling should be efficient and remain organized! Oftentimes spoken, “the more you have the worse you’d feel”! Also, w pu-239 “what you have you don’t need” can be mighty confusing, too. The consort of practicality would be to find a method to separate as one reduces the molecular function, but this is never logical w radio-Isotopes? Radiation-monitoring and defense go handily, when controlling the amounts made into lesser “packets”. Is this then being done, as logic is rationale for non- use! The IMperium uses this amenity as focal-points for maintaining the Oligarchs who support the military-Hegemony, who support the technocrats, who control the bureaucrats. The overall context of politics, weld, that’s merely “plutocracy” because democracy is not fully allowed, in that way the IMperium relegates the superficial need for NSDU-238 or insouciance to the rest of the world’s people in an ignominy that this nuclear-Contamination! The geographical- Spreading in the past 22-years is their “INsurance”… killing civilians is what they practice most to maintain…”R”
“Activist Murdered at Uranium Enrichment Plant Demo– Russia: In the early morning of 21st July, neo-nazi skinheads launched a vicious and unprovoked attack on an anti-nuclear protest camp in Angarsk, Siberia, Russia.
The nazis violently attacked activists in their sleeping bags and tents with iron rods, knives and air pressure guns. 21-year-old Ilya Borodaenko from Nachodka suffered a head-fracture during the attack and later died in hospital from his injuries. At least nine others have been reported to be seriously injured, one of whom has had both legs broken. Tents were set on fire and several belongings were stolen.
The camp had started the week before and was aimed at protesting against a planned centre of uranium enrichment in Angarsk. Ever since the arrival of the activists, the police tried to intimidate them and had entered the camp in an attempt to gather information about planned actions. The organisation who planned the camp, the ‘Ecological Wave of Baikal’, had planned various rallies in the surrounding area to inform locals about the plans and drum up support for the campaign.
Although the protesters knew about the planned attack and had organised night guards, they were much too few to stop the attack. Police said at least 15 assailants raided the camp at the Yelovskoye Reservoir near the city of Angarsk. Police claim that two attackers have been arrested, and at least 13 others have been identified. Rosa-Atom (the state agency for Russia’s nuclear industry) has plans to establish an International Uranium Enrichment Centre (IUEC) at the Angarsk uranium enrichment plant (AUEP) to supply fuel to Russian and other nuclear power stations.
The site is within the boundaries of the town of Angarsk, 30 km from Irkutsk and 100 km from Lake Baikal, which is the world’s deepest lake and classed by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee as a World Natural Heritage Site. With neither a buffer safety area nor radiation-control zone, campaigners say the new proposals pave the way for another nuclear disaster.
One of the main points of debate is that of the storage of nuclear waste. As Russia will produce uranium fuel for many nations, it will be obligated to reclaim the spent nuclear fuel once it is burned in foreign reactors. This is because many countries have no or little nuclear storage space of their own. According to the ‘Ecological Wave of Baikal’, at present, waste in the form of depleted uranium hexafluoride (DUH), produced as a result of uranium enrichment, is kept at the Angarsk plant in storage casks in the open. The ‘Ecological Wave of Baikal’ is one of a few groups who continue to ask questions and in doing so have gathered an ever increasing number of supporters within the local community.
“We declare a decisive no to Rosatom’s plans to build the International Uranium Enrichment Centre in Angarsk, no to illegal imports from abroad of radioactive waste in the form of uranium tailings to the Angarsk Electrolysis Chemical Combine,” reads a resolution issued by the No to Chernobyl at Baikal assembly which took place in Irkutsk last December, drawing some 150 people. Eight thousand signatures have already been collected in support of the movement. Source: http://www.indymedia.org.uk ”
Take a look around and do not guess. How many “educated persons” are relating the facts and factorable aspects of NSDU-238 usages since 1990– which includes field-Trials of use and import to IDF (Israels) in 1972! How many biologists dwell upon community insects and reptilean-Balance in your community; in the community next door? How many cities near you have ‘green-strips’ that protect creekways and riverines ‘habitats’ and DO NOT — USE asphalt bicycle paths nor asphalt/concrete service roads “paved”? Leaving NSDU-238 around post-Illegal use should be declared UN- lawful because their use is as harsh a remedy w.o. seeking remedies allowed as “toxic-Radiation has ever been found and not necessitating utilization” whatsoever!! Take a look at how insouciance looks, then follow-Thru on your own further base assertives. “R”
“NPRI has found in our research that the health risks of depleted uranium tend to be substantially understated by government bodies, which in some cases have made public statements which directly contradict the results of their own research. The toxic effects responsible for cancers and possible birth defects have latency periods of a few years to possibly a couple of decades. Studies conducted only since the early 1990’s have documented the impact of alpha radiation, the bystander effect, genomic instability, mutagenic capabilities of uranyl ions, all issues presenting a very real human health risk.
While most media and government attention regarding the use of depleted uranium has centered on soldiers, with this report, NPRI cautions that the most vulnerable population is children. In conflict areas such as Iraq, where residential areas have been ravaged by tanks and munitions, the DU- contaminated debris has become the children’s new playground. Dr. Mike Repacholi, the World Health Organizations coordinator for occupational and environmental health recognizes that “young children could receive greater depleted uranium exposure when playing within a conflict zone because of hand-to-mouth activity that could result in high depleted uranium ingestion from contaminated soil.”1 Not only are they more likely to ingest DU, but they are 10 to 20 times more susceptible to the carcinogenic effects then adults.2
Children suffer the greatest risk from depleted uranium exposure, yet they have no
voice in the DU debate. Those children, as well as the broader civilian and military population exposed to DU, deserve the utmost consideration when determining the scientific basis for assessing risk.”
“Depleted Uranium: Scientific Basis for Assessing Risk”
pdf July 2003 by Nuclear Policy Research Institute www.helencaldicott.com/depleted.pdf
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–notes: Peace-Warrior pReffeRed bloG post #10
Tags/ assessing risk, depleted uranium hexafluoride, DU=NSDU-238, green strips, mutagenic, pu-239, NSDU-238 exposure, scientific basis, Angarsk, IMperium, uranyl ions, uranium ingestion, mutagenic capabilities, uranyl ions