Friday, May 31, 2013

Halliburton using Depleted Uranium fracking?

I call this Fracking Terrorism
 

Halliburto​n proposing the use of * depleted uranium (and other nasty things) in perf-guns


to see a close up of the pipes after explosion...Unused and spent perforating gun used in oil and gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing. The pipe on the bottom left, shows holes created by the explosive charges mounted inside the pipe.

 
A perforating gun assembly for use in a wellbore. The perforating gun assembly includes a carrier gun body and a charge holder disposed within the carrier gun body. A plurality of shaped charges are supported within the carrier gun body. A secondary pressure generator is operably associated with at least one of the shaped charges. The secondary pressure generator optimizes the wellbore pressure regime immediately after detonation of the shaped charges by controlling the dynamic underbalance created by the empty gun chambers to prevent excessive dynamic underbalance which may detrimentally effect the perforating operation.

 
"In one embodiment, the shaped charge component may be formed from or may contain a reactive material such as a pyrophoric material, a combustible material, a Mixed Rare Earth (MRE) alloy or the like including, but not limited to, zinc, aluminum, bismuth, tin, calcium, cerium, cesium, hafnium, iridium, lead, lithium, palladium, potassium, sodium, magnesium, titanium, zirconium, cobalt, chromium, iron, nickel, tantalum, depleted uranium, mischmetal or the like or combination, alloys, carbides or hydrides of these materials. In certain embodiments, the shaped charge component may be formed from the above mentioned materials in various powdered metal blends. These powdered metals may also be mixed with oxidizers to form exothermic pyrotechnic compositions, such as thermites.
The oxidizers may include, but are not limited to, boron(III) oxide, silicon(IV) oxide, chromium(III) oxide, manganese(IV) oxide, iron(III) oxide, iron(II, III) oxide, copper(II) oxide, lead(II, III, IV) oxide and the like. The thermites may also contain fluorine compounds as additives, such as Teflon. The thermites may include nanothermites in which the reacting constituents are nanoparticles. "
 
Now watch what these things do .
 
 


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Health problems associated with depleted uranium

http://www.examiner.com/article/part-3-how-agent-orange-and-depleted-uranium-affect-the-body

5 comments:

  1. is there any marshellis shale in NC? I thought you were somewhat safe.

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    1. No it is different here is a map . http://www.southernstudies.org/sites/default/files/images/shale_gas_deposits_nc.png

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    2. not sure why it spaced out that way ?

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  2. Terica your work is fabulous!

    Therese

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    1. Thanks Therese , I like posting here vs facebook it is easier to find later !

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