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Do any of those many papers discuss DU particulate levels far from the point 
of production?  I would imagine DU is easily identifiable by the large 
U238/U235 isotopic ratio, once the difficult work of sample collection is 
done.

It's hard for me (admittedly fairly ignorant about biology) to imagine that 
tiny amounts of DU would have any discernible effect on bees during their 
short lifetimes.  Alpha particles targetting navigational neurons?

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From: Jonathan Campbell <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Re: this may be very scary
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2007 16:11:04 -0400

For DU research references, please see:

http://www.idust.net/

Jonathan

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