Depleted uranium ammo to Ukraine by Britain and what that means for the war in Ukraine ”

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BREAKING: Putin: “We will react to Britain sending depleted uranium ammo to Ukraine.” Above is the state made by Russian president Putin. The question is what is "depleted uranium"?. The more important question is why is Britain sending such weapons to a desperate nation like Ukraine πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦ at war with Russia. Prior before now Chinese president had brokered a Peace deal between Iran and Saudis πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¦. Xi has also called on putin on a private meeting to end the war in Ukraine reminding putin that Ukraine is their kin. Just when Putin was about to accept a cease fire,the west sent a depleted uranium weapon. The west will rather see a totally destroyed Ukraine than let the Eastern block members take the credit for ending the most fierce modern day war. Back to where we started, Depleted uranium is a heavy metal that is commonly used in military applications such as armor-piercing ammunition, tank armor, and radiation shielding. It is called "depleted" because it is a byproduct of the uranium enrichment process, which removes the highly radioactive isotope uranium-235 and leaves behind the less radioactive uranium-238. While depleted uranium is less radioactive than natural uranium, it is still considered to be a hazardous material due to its chemical toxicity and potential for radiological contamination. Depleted uranium is a very dense material, making it ideal for use in armor-piercing ammunition, where its high density allows it to penetrate even the thickest armor plating. When depleted uranium penetrates a target, it creates a cloud of metal vapor and dust that can be inhaled or ingestehumans or animals. This can lead to both chemical toxicity and radiation exposure. The health effects of exposure to depleted uranium are a matter of some controversy, with some studies suggesting that it may increase the risk of cancer, birth defects, and other health problems. However, other studies have found no significant increase in health risks associated with exposure to depleted uranium. One of the main concerns about depleted uranium is its potential to contaminate the environment. When depleted uranium is used in military operations, it can become dispersed over a wide area, contaminating soil, water, and vegetation. This can pose a long-term risk to the health of both military personnel and civilians who live in affected areas. Due to its potential hazards, there are strict regulations governing the use, handling, and disposal of depleted uranium. In some countries, the use of depleted uranium in military applications is prohibited, while in others it is heavily restricted. Proper training and protective equipment are also necessary to minimize the risks associated with working with depleted uranium. haven explained above,i believe you must gotten the concept of what is happening, like we predicted the war is turning to nuclear war slowly because the west is beginning to send nuclear weapons and a desperate Ukraine wouldn't mind using it on Russians and that will trigger a response from Moscow to the west and Ukraine. God help us all

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