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Toxic Yellow Dust- Radiation Of Uranium Destroyed Many Tribes

The Navajo tribe lives along the Colorado River Gorge in the southwestern United States. If you sit down to talk with them, two types of yellow dust will come up. A gift from God, the symbol of all life on earth is that dust — yellow pollen. Without this yellow dust, the earth would not be full. And one kind of yellow dust is the cause of human destruction, uranium. The current generation of Navajo is today endangered due to uranium contamination.
Uranium Radiation has destroyed many tribes
Uranium Radiation has destroyed many tribes
In 1789, Heinrich Clapperth discovered a new metal from pitchblende. The metal is a transient, radioactive, atomic number or atomic number 92. He named the metal uranium after the planet Uranus. However, did not know that the nuclear age would begin within half a century of his discovery. The world will witness the Hiroshima-Nagasaki catastrophe.

Uranium ore is found in a mixture of three types of minerals and rocks. For one ton of uranium, 1,000 tons of ore has to be mined. It is then chemically produced into uranium oxide, of which only 0.611 percent is uranium-235, which is used in nuclear fission. The rest is unusable uranium-238. Usable uranium is stored as a yellow cake. 75 percent of it is used in nuclear reactors. This yellow cake is the yellow dust of Navajo.

Uranium mining has been one of the world's most lucrative businesses since the creation of the atomic bomb by the Manhattan Project during World War II. The Manhattan Project gave birth to some of the most furious stories in the history of physics. But the ruthless history of colonization and tribal destruction associated with it has been suppressed.

In 1915, British geologist Robert Rich Sharp discovered the existence of uranium in the Belgian-ruled Congo province of Shinkolobui. Large quantities of uranium are smuggled from here to the United States. In her book, Spices in the Congo, Susan Williams outlines the details of uranium mining.

In various ways, uranium was smuggled in a completely unprotected state. The people of Shinkolobui village were used for that purpose. The people of this region still carry uranium poison in their bodies. Yellow dust is pushing them towards destruction. Like the Congo, the Manhattan project supplied uranium to mines near Canada's Great Bear Lake. Uranium was discovered there in 1930.

Not only in Navajo, Shinkolobui, or the Great Bear Lake area of ​​Canada but also in the whole world, the tribes are most affected by uranium contamination. They have to lose their homeland to build mines. It has radioactivity on it. Uranium ore-based uranium-236 emits the most radioactivity in the mine-adjacent area.

Heavy uranium-236 is broken down into radioactive metals such as boron, thorium, radium, and polonium. These affect the structure of the cell's DNA and produce harmful mutations. The result is multiple fatal diseases, including cancer. Generation after generation carries this mutation. The last step in uranium-238 fission is to produce toxic lead, lead-206. This metal poisons all natural resources.

The songlines and traditional stories of the ancient tribes of Australia repeatedly mention the warnings of the ancestors: there is poison hidden deep in the heart of the earth. That poison has to be left there. Following this warning, the world's first uranium atlas was unveiled by the Rosa Lumexburg Institute in Germany on July 18 on the platform of an international webinar.

This book contains a map of uranium mining around the world. There is also a complete record of how much uranium a country has mined since World War II, which mines are still under construction, and which have been shut down. However, the purpose of publishing this webinar and book is not only to provide information but also to highlight those who have been directly affected by uranium mining.

The date of publication of the book is very important. The first nuclear weapon was made on July 16, 1945, in the desert of New Mexico by the hand of the Trinity Test. This history is known to all. What is not well known is the catastrophic accident at Church Rock Uranium Mill in 1989. Most of those who died were from the Navajo tribe.

This incident polluted all the reservoirs, including the Navajo River. As a result, generation after generation carries the deadly disease. The day of the accident at Church Rock Uranium Mill was also July 18. Therefore, the book was published on 18 July to give a place in the forefront of history to radioactivity and endangered species.

Asia has a special place in the uranium atlas. There is also the story of how the search for uranium began in northern Russia and Kazakhstan during the Cold War. The case studies of Jadugura, Bhatin, Narpahar, and Mahuldihi in India are also mentioned.

Since the early 1970s, there have been several movements around the world against the use of nuclear weapons, as well as uranium contamination. Multiple organizations are formed, including Friends of Earth International. The movement is currently being pursued by organizations such as the Nuclear-Free Future Foundation, Beyond Nuclear, and the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War.

However, hundreds of nuclear reactors are still operating around the world. The mines are supplied with uranium ore in these reactors. Yellow dust is poisoning the soil, forest, and water. Life is poisoning.

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