Radioactive dating uranium
The opening paragraph is as follows: The last major remnant of Saddam Hussein’s nuclear program – a huge stockpile of concentrated natural uranium – reached a Canadian port Saturday to complete a secret U. operation that included a two week airlift from Baghdad and a ship voyage crossing two oceans. We have been hearing from the far-left for more than five years how, ‘Bush lied.’ Somehow, that slogan loses its credibility now that tons of uranium in 2003 after invading Iraq.
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I wonder why this hasn’t been on the evening news . It was guarded and kept safe by our military in a site with large sand beams surrounding the site.
They had to sit on this information and the uranium itself, for fear of terrorists attempting to steal it.
The uranium was the remnants of decades-old nuclear reactor projects that had put out of commission many years earlier: One reactor at Al Tuwaitha was bombed by Israel in 1981, and another was bombed and disabled during Operation Desert Storm in 1991. The Iraqis were allowed to keep the material because it was unfit for weapons use without costly and time-consuming enrichment. Both sides (and their supporters) accused the other of lying and double-dealing, and more than five years after the beginning of tons of yellowcake from the Tuwaitha Nuclear Research Center in Iraq, material which was sold and shipped to Cameco, a Canadian uranium producer. There are also health dangers associated with concentrated forms of natural uranium, and since little is secure in Iraq, officials wanted to remove it.After the American invasion in 2003, Tuwaitha was looted.Yet, the real lie came from Wilson, who interpreted his own meaning from the prime minister’s statements and concluded all by himself that the claim of Saddam attempting to purchase yellowcake was ‘unequivocally wrong.’ Curiously, the CIA sat on this information and did not inform the CIA Director, who sided with Bush on the yellowcake claim.This was made public in a bipartisan Senate Intelligence Committee report in July 2004.