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Depleted uranium causing cancer epidemic in Serbia

DRAMATIC WARNING OF EXPERTS: CANCER EPIDEMIC threaten Serbia in 2019! https://www.telegraf.rs/english/2374290-dramatic-warning-of-experts-cancer-epidemic-threaten-serbia-in-2019
The number of cancer patients will dramatically increase 20 years after NATO aggression, because that is when uranium has strongest effect, said oncologist Vladimir Cikaric. Now we have 35000 people that suffer from cancer, and in three years that number could climb to 70.000
Cancer epidemics is threatening Serbia in three years, reports Informer.


THESE ARE THE PLACES IN SERBIA WHERE BOMBS WITH IMPOVERISHED URANIUM FELL: NATO map reveals the exact locations from the 1999 attack!

The reason for that is the depleted uranium that was left after the NATO bombing in 1999, and the strongest effect it has on human organism is after 20 years, claims for Informer famous oncologist Vladimir Cikaric.

According to him, there are 35.000 people suffering from cancer, and after 2019 that number could double to 70.000 because the effect of the depleted uranium from Kosovo and from Pcinjski area is spreading over the entire country.

Cikaric reveals that the number of malign sicknesses increased in Serbia after NATO bombing by 110% and the worst is yet to come.

– Serbia is number one in the mortality rate from tumors in Europe, and we have almost three times higher mortality than carcinoma in comparison to the world. The reason is that the dust from the depleted uranium in Pcinski area and Kosovo spread across the entire country. We all breathed it. Because of that we now have drastic increase of leukemia and lymphoma, but also all other types of carcinoma. However, the worst is yet to come. Depleted uranium has the strongest effect after 20 years and it turns healthy cells into cancer cells. That means that from 2019 the number of people who will get sick with cancer will increase, according to some assessments, there will be 70.000 people, which is twice the number we have now. Real health disaster is in front of us, which we can not prevent – warns Cikaric.

According to some reports, 80% of Serbs is in danger.  (Telegraf.co.uk / Informer)

January 2, 2020 - Posted by | depleted uranium, EUROPE, health

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  1. I was speaking about it just last week with a Serbian woman, migrant in my little town, and she was just telling me about it. A lot of cancers have been developping all around her, her family relatives, friends, neigbors, co-workers,etc. I have been wondering if some staistics are available. Maybe Chris Busby would be interested to look into it….

    Comment by dunrenard | January 2, 2020 | Reply

  2. They always neglect the fact that most radionuclides are pyrophoric especially uranium, plutonium, radioactive lead, thorium, radium, iridium, and alkali metals like strontium90, cesium137, rsodium. The world is flooded with mined, fracked and artificial radionuclides since they stared playing with nuclear. Minute amounts of thorium and uranium dust and other radionuclide can set off wildfires and fires. Pyrohoric plutonium caused the rocky flats mess and WIPP fires
    Look at the INL wildfire that did 900,000 acres. The Wipp fires that happened when plutonium ignited kitty litter. The Santa Susana Fire that burned ventura county.
    The Chernobyl WildFires, the Mayak Wildfires, the Hanford wildfires. There are many more. The primary reason dplleted uranium is used in ammunition is because of the heat it generates on impact, from it’s

    Pyrophoricity.
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    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyrophoricity

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    The pyrophoricity of hydrides and oxides forming on the surface of plutonium can cause it to look like an ember under certain conditions.
    A pyrophoric substance (from Greek: πυροφόρος, pyrophoros, ‘fire-bearing’) is a substance that ignites spontaneously in air at or below 54 °C (129 °F) (for gases) or within 5 minutes after coming into contact with air (for liquids and solids).[1] Examples are iron sulfide and many reactive metals including plutonium and uranium, when powdered or thinly sliced. Pyrophoric materials are often water-reactive as well and will ignite when they contact water or humid air. They can be handled safely in atmospheres of argon or (with a few exceptions) nitrogen. Class D fire extinguishers are capable of dealing with pyrophoric fires.

    The creation of sparks from metals is based on the pyrophoricity of small metal particles, and pyrophoric alloys are made for this purpose.[2] This has certain uses: the sparking mechanisms in lighters and various toys, using ferrocerium; starting fires without matches, using a firesteel; the flintlock mechanism in firearms; and spark-testing ferrous metals.

    Pyrophoric materialsEdit

    SolidsEdit
    White phosphorus, the original “phosphor”[citation needed]
    Alkali metals (lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, caesium), including the alloy NaK
    Finely divided metals (iron,[3] aluminium,[3] magnesium,[3] calcium, zirconium[citation needed], uranium, titanium, bismuth, hafnium, thorium, osmium, neodymium)
    Some metals and alloys in bulk form (cerium, plutonium)
    Alkylated metal alkoxides or nonmetal halides (diethylethoxyaluminium, dichloro(methyl)silane)
    Potassium graphite (KC8)
    Metal hydrides (sodium hydride, lithium aluminium hydride, uranium trihydride)
    Methane tellurol (CH3TeH), an analog of methanol where tellurium replaces oxygen
    Partially or fully alkylated derivatives of metal and nonmetal hydrides (diethylaluminium hydride, trimethylaluminium, triethylaluminium, butyllithium), with a few exceptions (i.e. dimethylmercury and tetraethyllead)
    Copper fuel cell catalysts, e.g., Cu/ZnO/Al2O3[4]
    Grignard reagents (compounds of the form RMgX)
    Used hydrogenation catalysts such as palladium on carbon or Raney nickel (especially hazardous because of the adsorbed hydrogen)
    Iron sulfide: often encountered in oil and gas facilities where corrosion products in steel plant equipment can ignite if exposed to air
    Lead and carbon powders produced from decomposition of lead citrate[5][6]
    Uranium is pyrophoric, as shown in the disintegration of depleted uranium penetrator rounds into burning dust upon impact with their targets; in finely divided form it is readily ignitable, and uranium scrap from machining operations is subject to spontaneous ignition[7]
    Neptunium
    Several compounds of plutonium are pyrophoric, and they cause some of the most serious fires occurring in United States Department of Energy facilities[8]
    Petroleum hydrocarbon (PHC) sludge
    LiquidsEdit
    Diphosphane
    Metalorganics of main group metals (e.g. aluminium, gallium, indium, zinc and cadmium etc.)
    Triethylborane
    tert-Butyllithium
    Diethylzinc
    Triethylaluminium
    Hydrazine is hypergolic with oxidants like dinitrogen tetroxide or hydrogen peroxide, but not truly pyrophoric.

    GasesEdit
    Nonmetal hydrides (arsine, phosphine,[i] diborane, germane, silane)
    Metal carbonyls (dicobalt octacarbonyl, nickel carbonyl)
    Notes

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    Comment by kt | January 3, 2020 | Reply

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