Depleted Uranium round use in Ukraine and possible problems in the future

Though come to mind. Since both sides are using mainly old soviet tech with some modern equipment, how much depleted uranium round are in use in the war and what are the consequences of this on the long run?
Ukraine is the worlds bread basket, so how much of radioactive material will get into food Ukraine exports?
We already have studies from both gulf wars https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23729095/
Stating increase of cancer, birth defects and so on. DU is not that dangerous in its solid form but if consumed it can be very severe issue as we now know. Also it will turn into dust and be eventually be eroded when in the ground possibly contaminating water and food far as i understand it, or have i been mistaken and its only the dust inhaled? In gulf this is bigger issue since all that sand grinding away shells and winds picking it up, but what about in Ukraine? Will there be issue of radioactive food products being exported. Given how corrupt the Ukraine was before the war proper, bribes at the customs might let trough contaminated shipments even if those are tested for radioactivity.
Is this the new health crisis design to fuck up the world population, unintentionally or intentionally depending on who you ask?

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Iraq is the worst kind of example to make any survey about uranium effects, previous genetic problems, lots of household toxics, a lot of smoke/emissions of toxic explosives/military equipment and just to make it worse, they could be exposed to chemical weapons in some moment. North of Iraq is a clusterfuck of chemical toxics. If you wan some reference about Uranium see Kosovo.

    DU rounds aren't the only APFSDS, there's also of steel and tungsten. Besides that I yet have to see a video of a tank kill using something that isn't a HEAT or a missile.
    Besides that the climate in Urkraine would probably make the uranium powder go to the ground quickly and unlike nuclear fusion uranium decay isn't very absorbed by plants/animals. Unlike Iraq that is a dry country and a shithole where tanks are opened to make IEDs.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Most studies were conducted during our intervention in former Jugoslavia. They're pretty accurate imho.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Sure lots of toxins etc shit around, that could be also causing issues, but i dont trust government research blaming those reasons, after what come to light from Vietnam and use of agent orange. If my info is correct locals had increased health issues after the war as well, so sure it could be other sources as well i guess. Still something that should be looked at.
      Yeah i know there is other ammo than APDSDS like 20-30mm ammo and even in small arms ammo. US was using DU rounds close as Syrian war so i'm pretty sure they shipped plenty into Ukraine and Russian weapon systems used DU as well last time i check. I mean if reports are accurate they are low on ammo so anything and everything is yeeted to front line including smaller caliber DU ammo, just in what quantity are those used is the question. I know tungsten and steel penetrators but steel is not as effective and tungsten is pretty expensive so not that much of it around, so i'm fairly certain they still use DU, but again in what quantity and how it effects the other materials around. Direct consumption of DU particles is bad but how much could be in those crops. Of course everything is depending on how much fighting area has had and when crops are put to grow as well, but i'm just thinking what are the worst case scenario of this was prolonging it self and after effects.

      I dont know much about kosovo war, i really need to look into it more. Thanks for the note though.

      There's no DU rounds being used in ukraine. The tanks have only been seen using 3bm42 and 3bm22 AP rounds, a steel + tungsten round. Most of the time they just spam HE rounds at everything.

      As above they are scraping what ammo they can get so there out to be DU ammo in Ukraine from stockpiles and received as aid, simply just to get rid of it.

      Depleted Uranium is not radioactive, you nonce. It's highly toxic though.

      Its still radioactive, but no dangerously so when in solid form, but once it turns to fine dust and is inhaled it can penetrate body far more effectively and cause issues. See gulf war effects to coalition troops, witch of course were hidden to deny any compensation since it supposedly was not war related. Similar to agent orange in Vietnam war.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >See gulf war effects to coalition troops
        you don't seriously believe gulf war syndrome was due to du, do you?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >you don't seriously believe gulf war syndrome was due to du, do you?

          How big is the correlation between gulf war syndrome and the mandatory anthrax vaccinations?

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Not as much as the correlation in people who were downwind of strikes on chemical stockpiles

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >US was using DU rounds close as Syrian war so i'm pretty sure they shipped plenty into Ukraine
        Nope.
        US DU is primarily in 120mm Tank ammo APFSDS rounds.
        None of those fit Ukrainian tank guns, retard, so theyre not shipping them to Ukraine.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The russian tank ammo is DU.
        No need for the west to ship DU rounds to Ukraine.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >See gulf war effects to coalition troops, witch of course were hidden to deny any compensation since it supposedly was not war related.
        Recent studies found gulf war syndrome was caused by microdosing zarin from blown up Iraq chemical weapons stocks.
        https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/sarin-nerve-gas-gulf-war-illness.html

        >Similar to agent orange in Vietnam war.
        Yeah.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Also read they had burn pits and the fumes got them. Oh wait: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burn_pit
          Such a terrible idea...

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            PS: they are still using them.
            THE FUCK.
            I mean you guys still use landfills, so your burning technique is subpar I guess.
            For example germany mostly burns all residual waste nowdays but they also have afterburners and shit so they don't generate dioxins.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >kraut speaking about things they don't know anything about
              many such cases

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >they don't know anything about
                Oven technology is one of the few things they are actually good at. I would listen to them.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Very interesting, I read about german experiences with accidental exposure of personel to sarin and tabun, sarin could cause lasting damage but tabun didnt.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There's no DU rounds being used in ukraine. The tanks have only been seen using 3bm42 and 3bm22 AP rounds, a steel + tungsten round. Most of the time they just spam HE rounds at everything.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Depleted Uranium is not radioactive, you nonce. It's highly toxic though.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    BigC

    >Ukraine is the worlds bread basket
    what the fuck are you talking about

    • 3 weeks ago
      T-I-G-E-R-S

      OP is making a shit attempt at concern trolling, all fields

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        No not really, just had though to pop up in my head on morning when thinking about equipment used in Ukraine. Also continuing this train of though that could be the next major crisis manufactured by globalists that could be pushed, like was with corona chan

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Ukraine is worlds third largest exporter of food, supplying for around half a billion people alone top of its own population.

      >See gulf war effects to coalition troops
      you don't seriously believe gulf war syndrome was due to du, do you?

      I dont see why not to believe in it, based on past experiences and how shitty compensation vets get from hazards they face.
      At very least vets are not well, only question is what they got exposed to. Is it DU, chemicals or vaccinations. Inability or interest to even study this kinda says something.

      >US was using DU rounds close as Syrian war so i'm pretty sure they shipped plenty into Ukraine
      Nope.
      US DU is primarily in 120mm Tank ammo APFSDS rounds.
      None of those fit Ukrainian tank guns, retard, so theyre not shipping them to Ukraine.

      Yes US 120mm, how about all those soviet era weapon systems? There is still many countries that have DU ordinances and what would be the quickest and least expensive way to get rid of them? Donate them to Ukraine and let them deal with it later. Also Russia has multiple weapon systems and say brits have few that still use DU ammo like BM-46 Svinets rounds. In this i'm not looking blame just how much DU ammo is used in Ukraine from boths sides. Same applying to

      The russian tank ammo is DU.
      No need for the west to ship DU rounds to Ukraine.

      >See gulf war effects to coalition troops, witch of course were hidden to deny any compensation since it supposedly was not war related.
      Recent studies found gulf war syndrome was caused by microdosing zarin from blown up Iraq chemical weapons stocks.
      https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/sarin-nerve-gas-gulf-war-illness.html

      >Similar to agent orange in Vietnam war.
      Yeah.

      mmh could be, but since US is the winners, same apply to ww2 and any other war, winners write the history. I would take that as pinch of salt, but it could be one possible explanation. Still dumping DU into ground, vehicles etc might not be the best idea anyways.

      https://i.imgur.com/SH8ILk6.png

      >depleted ukrainium rounds
      HATO!!!!!!!

      Ou fuck off. War is hell and there is no black and white, good and evil side in war. I dont trust Russia, but nether i believe what western propaganda peddles.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >At very least vets are not well, only question is what they got exposed to. Is it DU, chemicals or vaccinations. Inability or interest to even study this kinda says something.
        What are you even talking about? There's been hundreds of studies on this topic. The most promising one so far goes into detail about similarities between it and small doses of Sarin as shown earlier in this thread by another anon

        >See gulf war effects to coalition troops, witch of course were hidden to deny any compensation since it supposedly was not war related.
        Recent studies found gulf war syndrome was caused by microdosing zarin from blown up Iraq chemical weapons stocks.
        https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/newsroom/articles/year-2022/sarin-nerve-gas-gulf-war-illness.html

        >Similar to agent orange in Vietnam war.
        Yeah.

        Your ignorance changes nothing.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >depleted ukrainium rounds
    HATO!!!!!!!

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I only support it for bunker busting. Anything else is overkill and likely to harm non-combatants.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It was to my understanding that most old soviet AP rounds were tungsten, not DU. DU was an arms race cope from the west, no? I guess the west is probably sending lots of older NATO-spec DU stuff to the Ukrainians now.

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