What is Depleted
Depleted uranium (U-238) is made from uranium hexaflouride, which
is the non-fissionable by-product of the uranium enrichment process
completed at facilities in Tennessee, Ohio, and Kentucky. The process
U-234 and U-235 to make nuclear bombs and reactor fuel.
The remaining uranium, which is 99.8% uranium 238, is called depleted
uranium. The term depleted implies it isn't dangerous,
when in fact, it is deadly. This waste product is disposed of by
producing weapons, armor, and concrete (DUCRETE).
For more information, see:
A good description of DU:
DU - Hysteria or Real Health Threat? by Judy Blyth
Use of DU: A Crime Against Humanity by Doug Rokke
A description of DU: