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?

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Subject: this may be very scary
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2007 08:26:20 -0400

I've sent a memo to Leuren Moret, asking her if the bee collapse might be 
caused by worldwide DU contamination. I think she's on vacation or tour, she 
hasn't answered yet. Everything points to toxic threshold phenomenon, and I 
suspect it might be DU. I hope I'm wrong, would be nice if it's pesticide, 
then it's fixable.


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