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Fukushima incident + US continued deliberate Uranium bomb dust dispersal = Humanity threat?

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posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:58 AM
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Dunno, do you?

In any case, why are Uranium demands increasing as Fuku effect wanes?!?

proedgewire.com...


There is no doubt that uranium will be one of the more exciting resources in 2013.




How exciting indeed, theres plenty of this 'resource' blowing around in the air..

This german video exposee is supposedly banned by NATO US/EU allies:


Even Hawaiians protesting Uranium.. for its reaching that far evenmoreso than Fuku:










posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 02:37 PM
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Originally posted by minnow
Dunno, do you?

In any case, why are Uranium demands increasing as Fuku effect wanes?!?

proedgewire.com...


There is no doubt that uranium will be one of the more exciting resources in 2013.
It's exciting to investors looking to make a profit based on the low uranium prices after the Fukushima disaster. Markets often over-react to negative news and then bounce back and this is what is happening to the price of uranium. China is still building 100 nuclear reactors which will drive demand for uranium, but at least China isn't entirely on a fault zone like much of Japan.

The rest of the stuff you posted, the videos, have nothing to do with the crisis in Japan. They are about depleted uranium except the last which is about chemtrails....and the fact that you're even posting that chemtrail video says little for your ability to post material related to the topic. It's also a violation of the terms and conditions of this site to post videos like that without even mentioning the content or why you think it's relevant.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

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