Silly to even do it, massive published literature on U excretion! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dr. L. Brnd
    • 14.01.10 | 19:19 (IST)

    Israelis do not need to conduct unethical uranium excretion studies on their reactor employees, because the US, Britain, France and even Russia have already conducted many such unethical uranium excretion studies on THEIR reactor employees, and published the results in scientific journals, decades ago. What were these idiots possibly hoping to learn? We don't know, because they never sought protocol approval. Shabby and amateurish. This is no way to run a top secret reactor that is supposed to stay out of the news and out of the courts.

    from the article: At the Dimona nuclear reactor, employees no longer drink uranium
    First published 01:14 14.01.10 | Last updated 10:57 14.01.10
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