I have long been concerned about the suicides and abnormal behavior of the returning veterans. I found that nano particles, therefore aerosolized uranium, could travel directly to the brain via the olfactory channels. This has now been confirmed (download the study as a PDF and read further in this article referenced in the original email).
Before I went to Germany I looked up the current patients in the VA Hospital system and found the following:
U.S. Military Hospitals 2009:
- 17,538 (61%) admitted for mental health problems.
- 14,201 (39%) admitted for physical injuries.
The researchers have not yet understood the difference between uranium dust and fired aerosolized uranium. Dust is about 1,000 times larger than the aerosolized particles, and dust has medium solubility in body fluid while aerosolized uranium is ceramic, virtually not soluble in body fluid.
The most recent meeting of the Blue Ribbon panel asked to supervise all of the research on Gulf War Illness discussed this problem and declared in their most recent report that the Post Traumatic Stress of returning veterans in this war is less than in any previous war, yet there is more mental problems. They have said it indicates “minimal brain injury” cases.
- Dr. Lea Steele, Member of the Advisory Committee argued that although there is a percentage of GW veterans with PTSD, this percentage is small and less than
percentages of PTSD observed following other military conflicts. (Public Minutes of April 8-9, 2008 Meeting)
Please make this known in justice to returning veterans! Thanks!