Bad Chemicals and Attitudes
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ALUMINUM Sodium lauryl
Eliminator Sodium Lauryl Sulfate International
Agency for Research on Cancer "Carcinogenic to humans" (Group
1) Agents and groups of agents
from radiation were very common for years after the explosion
of Atomic bomb The city government of Hiroshima kept records
from 1952 on but it is estimated that from August 1946 to
1952, some 60,000 people died of radiation poisoning - an
average of 8,500 a year. Maybe as many as 200,000 people died
as a result of 'Little Boy' Atomic Bomb.
Aso created alpha, beta, gamma and
neutron rays. Alpha and beta rays were absorbed by the air but
gamma and neutron rays did reach the ground and it was these
rays that affected the people of Hiroshima. Radiation
poisoning killed many people in the city. Nearly all the
people who survived the bomb blast but lived within a
half-mile of it died within 30 days. People who entered the
zone around where the bomb had been most devastating were also
exposed to very high levels of radiation if they did so in the
first 100 hours after the explosion.
Here is a question?
What kind of paint did they use on the Atomic Bomb
Do you Think ECO Friendly paint was their first choice
or Lead base epoxy?
polar cap of the "Fat Man" weapon being sprayed with
plastic spray paint in front of Assembly Building Number
(Photo from U.S.
National Archives, RG 77-BT)
But was it ECO
Friendly plastic spray paint?
Paint For Plastic Spray
Don't no if this was
the paint brand used
It's not ECO Friendly WARNING!
contains a chemical(s) known by the State of California
to cause cancer.
Search these words in Google
ethylene glycol poison poison nervous system
Ethylene Glycol Poisoning
importance of Eco friendly paint is viewed different
from different situation ? will it really matter if we use
ECO friendly paint?
Great Western painting we think so
We will do our part in using ECO Friendly paints on your
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commercial and Industrial painting projects
The polar cap of the "Fat Man" weapon being sprayed with
plastic spray paint in front of Assembly Building Number 2.
(Photo from U.S. National Archives, RG 77-BT)
A dog gets caught in the toxic mud from the Ajka aluminium
Oct. 5, 2010, in the villages of Devecser and Kolontar,
Hungary. The Hungarian government has
declared a state of emergency in three western counties from the sludge
spill that killed
at least three people, news agency MTI reported.
Does any one care about the Environment?
Does it do any good if you do?