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    Re: Ukraine 'in uranium pledge' at US nuclear summit

    Clearly the Ukraine having uranium is Obama's fault.

    Or something.
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    Re: Ukraine 'in uranium pledge' at US nuclear summit

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Clearly the Ukraine having uranium is Obama's fault.

    Or something.
    It's the Brits fault back in 1918 to fail to support an independent Ukraine and eventually it was forced into the USSR. Franc e and the US was part of that failure also. The rest was history !!!!
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    Re: Ukraine 'in uranium pledge' at US nuclear summit

    Quote Originally Posted by F107HyperSabr View Post
    Soviet Union was disolved in 1991 so it's Ruskieville who would get the glowing stuff. I do see that the fuel would be safer with the Ruskies in that they have many former ecientists and a real big organized "mafia" that would sell the stuff if they can get their hands on it.
    Well, Russia as a whole is hard to guage was to the safety. Parts of Russia, particularly in the East have been shown to be guarding large amounts of WGU with little more then a few soldiers and a pad lock. It wouldn't be hard for Checheyan rebels to easily over run them and make off with enough material for a gun type. In that sense, Russia is extremely insecure. As for the mafia, it's questionable if they are willing to actually go to the highest bidder. Remember last week Moscow just got bombed. Selling material that may end up with those trying to kill you isn't a good idea.

    Now, however, Russia has been converting warheads into MOX, which is nuclear fuel but at levels well below that of weapons grade. Many Americans get their power these days from former Russian warheads. A bit of irony there. Turning material into MOX is pretty much denial to terrorists.
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    Re: Ukraine 'in uranium pledge' at US nuclear summit

    Quote Originally Posted by obvious Child View Post
    Well, Russia as a whole is hard to guage was to the safety. Parts of Russia, particularly in the East have been shown to be guarding large amounts of WGU with little more then a few soldiers and a pad lock. It wouldn't be hard for Checheyan rebels to easily over run them and make off with enough material for a gun type. In that sense, Russia is extremely insecure. As for the mafia, it's questionable if they are willing to actually go to the highest bidder. Remember last week Moscow just got bombed. Selling material that may end up with those trying to kill you isn't a good idea.

    Now, however, Russia has been converting warheads into MOX, which is nuclear fuel but at levels well below that of weapons grade. Many Americans get their power these days from former Russian warheads. A bit of irony there. Turning material into MOX is pretty much denial to terrorists.
    Being that my ancestral heritage is from Ukraine and the history of Russia and it's predotorial attitude towards Ukraine I still have a tremendous distrust of the Moskaiylnyks!!
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    Re: Ukraine 'in uranium pledge' at US nuclear summit

    Quote Originally Posted by F107HyperSabr View Post
    Being that my ancestral heritage is from Ukraine and the history of Russia and it's predotorial attitude towards Ukraine I still have a tremendous distrust of the Moskaiylnyks!!
    Perhaps, but I'd rather have the Russian Federation have the material rather then former Yugoslavian countries.

    Frankly, anyone who is bashing Obama over summit related material is douchebag.
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