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    Re: Report: Slain US Nazi hated Obama, had parts for 'dirty bomb'

    Quote Originally Posted by RightinNYC View Post
    I'm not that concerned for several reasons.

    1) We don't actually know that happened. The only facts here are a raw story link and a whole bunch of "unnamed sources" that say the guy had jars "labeled uranium" and that he supposedly purchased them from an American company.

    2) Even if true, this isn't that shocking. You can buy tiny amounts of radioactive material from all sorts of places. Uranium Ore Nothing illegal or particularly terrifying about that.

    3) With the level of weapons knowledge that any individual or small group has, uranium is an incredibly ineffective weapon. It's only really dangerous in the hands of state actors or groups with similar levels of resources.



    Thorium is used on aircraft for strength I believe, It is not hard to find....





    Tritium is more dangerous and anyone can buy it here:


    Buy our Self Luminous Tritium Green Face Exit Sign by Technical Consumer Products, Inc., TCP at GoodMart.com


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    Re: Report: Slain US Nazi hated Obama, had parts for 'dirty bomb'

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    (hi FBI! )
    When I was doing chemical photography I dealt with some pretty dangerous chemicals and did have register with the FBI.

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    Re: Report: Slain US Nazi hated Obama, had parts for 'dirty bomb'

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    When I was doing chemical photography I dealt with some pretty dangerous chemicals and did have register with the FBI.



    Yeah, I am just giving a shout out to Carnivore


    You don't need to register for exit signs, and I do not believe for that thorium either.
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    Re: Report: Slain US Nazi hated Obama, had parts for 'dirty bomb'

    Quote Originally Posted by RightinNYC View Post
    I'm not that concerned for several reasons.

    1) We don't actually know that happened. The only facts here are a raw story link and a whole bunch of "unnamed sources" that say the guy had jars "labeled uranium" and that he supposedly purchased them from an American company.

    2) Even if true, this isn't that shocking. You can buy tiny amounts of radioactive material from all sorts of places. Uranium Ore Nothing illegal or particularly terrifying about that.

    3) With the level of weapons knowledge that any individual or small group has, uranium is an incredibly ineffective weapon. It's only really dangerous in the hands of state actors or groups with similar levels of resources.



    Possibly if as much concern was shown by the left over the actual jihad terrorist training camps right here in our own country we may get a clue that we are at war.


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