Dennis F. Nester,
Thank you for posting the Roy Process
article on your web site. You have given me new hope after all these years of political struggle.
Before Dr. Roy died of cancer in 1994, he encouraged me to keep trying as there
will not be a more cost effective method to denature high level radioactive elements other than the Roy Process. The health of thousands of future generations depends on a clean environment. Dr. Roy left us a way to eliminate the most toxic threat to the genetic fabric of all life on earth. This work is about eternity.
Best Wishes, Dennis F. Nester
Very much information. very good. Keep up your good work and a lot of success!!
I’m contacting you from Japan. From Tokyo city. I wish you great success!
Hello! Earlier I frequently addressed site www.antiatom.ru, today I got to know yours. Thank you for founding it. Look through the former site, too
God Bless You!!!
stop nuclear crap
People, it is getting frightful to live in our country: Minatom is sold to oligarchs!!! http://www.lgz.ru/archives/html_arch/lg182003/Tetrad/art11_5.htm
god bless you!
Hello! Great thanks to developers of this unique project!
may God save the iraques
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In 1994, a group of twenty-six veterans, suffering from what has come to be known as Gulf War Syndrome, filed a billion-dollar lawsuit in Houston against the following companies: Fisher Controls International, Inc., St. Louis; Rhone-Poulenc, Inc., Princeton, NJ; Bechtel Group, Inc., San Francisco; Lummus Crest, Inc., Bloomfield, NJ,American Type Culture Collection (ATCC) of MD and VA,Mouse Master, Lilburn, GA, Sullaire Corp., Charlotte, NC, Pure Aire, Charlotte, NC, Posi Seal, Inc., N. Stonington, CT, Union Carbide, Danbury, CT, Evapco, Taneytown, MD, Gorman-Rupp, Mansfield, OH , for helping Iraq to obtain or produce the chemical and biological compounds which the veterans blamed for their illnesses. By 1998, the number of plaintiffs has risen to more than 4,000 and the suit is still pending in Texas.
Will the same types of illness that have been seen in Gulf War Vets and the people of southern Iraq once again appear in Vets and in the Iraqi population who have been subject to the effects of over 1000 tonnes of Depleated Uraniun during this war.
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