[PDF] Progress Report on Metabolism of Fission Products for Period Ending October 15, 1943:
[PDF] Progress Report on Metabolism of Fission Products for Period Ending 15 April 1944
Technical Progress Report on the Metabolic Studies of Fission Products,
Citation: Accession Number : ADA321704
Title : Technical Progress Report on the Metabolic Studies of Fission Products,
Corporate Author : TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICE (AEC) OAK RIDGE TN
Personal Author(s) : Hamilton, J. G.
Handle / proxy Url : http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA321704
Report Date : 02 MAY 1944
Pagination or Media Count : 3
Abstract : Incomplete tracer studies with product indicate that less than 0.05% of this element is absorbed from the digestive tract in any of the three valence states. The behaviour of plus 4 product following intramuscular and intrapulmonary administration is very similar to that of zirconium. The metabolic properties of plus 3 and plus 6 product are very similar to those of yttrium and plus 3 pre product.
Descriptors : *ZIRCONIUM, *YTTRIUM, *FISSION PRODUCTS, METABOLISM, INTRAMUSCULAR INJECTIONS, TRACER STUDIES.
Subject Categories : METALLURGY AND METALLOGRAPHY
RADIOACTIVITY, RADIOACTIVE WASTES & FISSION PROD
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
Pdf link: http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA321704
Hamilton, under contract, was engaged by the Health Division of the Manhattan Projoect to determine “Radiations effective against the Enemy”. This emerged after a directive by Compton of the Chicago Met Lab to Stone under Scope 3 of the Health Division activities. (see previous post)
The propaganda is that the Health Division was merely engaged in protecting workers, (a task at it which it utterly failed). In actual fact, Scope 3 shows the Health Division was in fact also engaged in the prediction of fallout effedts from both nuclear fission bombs and radiological weapons, The decision to use radiological weapons if the atomic bomb failed to work was taken in 1942 on the suggestion of E.O. Lawrence, who suggested the first nuclear reactor could produce “violently radioactive substances” for use in such weapons quite easily. The substance of choice, for which Lawerence held copious human biological data in relation to, was radio-strontium.
And so plans were made to explode in effect pulverised fuel rods (slugs as they were called at the time) upon the enemy.
in the event, of course, the bombs worked.
As the world moved into the “nuclear age”, more and more people have been “slugged”. There is no substantial different between the chemical components which make up nuclear weapons fallout and the emissions from breached nuclear reactor containment emissions (such as has occurred regularly throughout the history of nuclear reactors). Thus it can be seen that in relation to the statements of nuclear industry that the emissions from nuclear explosions are totally unlike the emissions from failed reactors is a falsehood.
Further, radio strontium is a routine emission from “normally” operating nuclear reactors. See next post.