Don’t be Fooled: there is no amount of Plutonium that is not dangerous to your health.

Via on Apr 18, 2012

From my friend Maitri:

Please read! Boulder, Denver folks, and all who live, visit, and care about the surrounding area…this headline is from yesterday’s Times-Call. Even though officials claim

“the amount of plutonium contamination at the eastern edge of the site is well below levels that would be dangerous to human health”

we need to remember one thing—there is no amount of plutonium that is not ultimately dangerous to human health.

Don’t be fooled by officials influenced by corporations with no concern for long term environmental and social consequences.”

~ Maitri

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One Response to “Don’t be Fooled: there is no amount of Plutonium that is not dangerous to your health.”

  1. Jill Barth says:

    I posted this to the elephant green Facebook page and @mindfulgreen on Twitter.

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