The uranium microparticles are now spread worldwide, and would be
ingested/carried by bees along with pollen (uranium becomes attached to
other small particles) and carried back to the hive.
It is just a surmise. I don't know what else would reach the kind of
threshold for killing off entire hives.
I really hope I'm wrong.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Les Schaffer" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, April 18, 2007 12:25 PM
Subject: Re: this may be very scary
> Eric Entemann wrote:
>> That strikes me as most highly improbable. By what mechanism would you
>> surmise that extremely dense uranium oxide particles be spread worldwide,
>> or even significantly outside the area where the weapons were used? And
>> what evidence of radioactivity has been detected?
> the proposed mechanism for humans is *ingestion*, followed by *trapping*
> in lungs and other organs, followed by alpha *emission and localized
> damage* within one penetration depth of the emitted alpha particle. does
> Jonathan have ANY mechanism we can think about for bees? frankly, this
> sounds bizarre. can climate change be ruled out, for example?