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Interesting results when mixing these three items, Mentos, Diet Coke and Uranium.
13 Feb 2007
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*******www.taipanfinancialnews**** -- A flooded uranium mine. Central bankers selling gold like there's no tomorrow. The effects are predictable: Long on uranium and short on gold!
27 May 2007
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*******www.taipanfinancialnews**** -- The secretive Department of Energy is about to turn the uranium market on its head. To read the latest FREE TFN Hot Stock Pick of the Week Research Report, please click here/follow this link: *******www.taipanfinancialnews****/crash-proof-stocks-0807.html
3 Aug 2007
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Video shows the HORRIFYING deformities of babies born affected by DU (DEPLETED URANIUM) weapons. Title 'BEYOND TREASON' didn't do this video justice, so it is changed to reflect the contents of this brief but moving expose'.
31 Jan 2008
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Grants, New Mexico is a little known town that had a huge impact on the 20th century. Much of the Cold War uranium was mined here and was used in nuclear weapons that helped win the Cold War and left the United States as one of the few military powers in the world. Now that nuclear energy is being explored, mining may return, but do people want it back again?
27 Apr 2008
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Speech by Elizabeth Lynne MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : Global treaty to ban uranium weapons [on behalf of the Group] [Language EN original] Lynne_080521_171449_obog_en
25 May 2008
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Thing about Uranium is the the price has been hammered from an all-time high, yet there is massive and increasing demand for the stuff and a finite supply. And, call us simplistic, but given time that might well resound around your portfolio.
26 Feb 2010
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White phsphorus & depleted uranium use in weapons, in view of human rights declaration in its anniversary. Who are leading nations in their use?
24 Apr 2009
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Uranium mining by French nuclear company AREVA poses a serious threat to the environment and people of northern Niger in West Africa.
20 May 2010
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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (BSK-TSX.V) is an exploration company led by management and technical teams with substantial experience in project finance and mineral exploration. Blue Sky is well positioned to leverage Management's extensive network of contacts to rapidly grow the Company into an industry leader. Blue Sky's objective is to become the premier uranium exploration company in Argentina by aggressively exploring its impressive land package that totals over 500,000 hectares. The Company is dedicated to actively exploring the Patagonia region of Argentina for economic mineral deposits. Experienced management and technical members, who foster relationships with a vast amount of local, regional and international industry contacts, support the exploration team on their search for quality resource opportunities. Blue Sky's management group has over 15 years experience in exploring Argentina.
13 Oct 2010
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*******www.thebullreport****/profiles/uranium-energy-corp/ UEC interview with CNN UEC, (AMEX: UEC). In this interview UEC reveals why the stock UEC is in such a great position to profit. Plus you'll also find out how to get free - access to the best penny stock newsletter in the business - UEC, (AMEX: UEC). Watch the entire UEC interview for free at *******www.thebullreport****/profiles/uranium-energy-corp/ to learn more about Uranium Energy Corp. (Public, AMEX:UEC) and their uranium mining business-- with profits in mind for UEC.
6 Dec 2010
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Purepoint Uranium Group - TSX.V: PTU - News Alert - eResearch Buy Recommendation
16 Mar 2011
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BY ASHLEY CROCKETT ANCHOR ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO You're watching multisource environment video news analysis from Newsy. Tourists flock to the Grand Canyon for its breathtaking views -- and now miners are flocking for its high-grade uranium. A two-year moratorium on mining enacted by the Obama administration in 2009 is set to expire in July -- sparking debate over whether the government should continue the ban, or let miners in. Cronkite News reports this is a golden economic opportunity for uranium miners. “There are more than 5,000 claims to mine around the Grand Canyon. Most of them, like Vein Minerals, are based outside of the U.S. And it’s no wonder the worldwide appeal. Uranium’s value has skyrocketed from around $11 per pound in 2003 to $63 now -- an increase of nearly 500 percent.” But the economic benefits would only impact the mining companies -- and most of those profits wouldn’t end up in the US. Congress isn’t happy about the growing foreign ownership of uranium mining claims. High Country News reports -- “Even though over $1 billion worth of hard rock minerals are plucked from, and hauled off, public lands every year, no company -- regardless of where it’s based -- pays state or federal royalties for hard rock mining, or any rental or user fees.” Environmental groups are up in arms over the prospect of mining in an area prized for its biodiversity. Lynn Hamilton tells Public News Service runoff from existing uranium mines has already polluted several rivers, creeks and springs within the national park. “It’s really alarming for people to feel like the areas that they’re visiting and recreating in, which they consider to be wilderness areas, are tainted in this way ... Many Native Americans have died from drinking tainted water or from using that water to sustain their livestock and crops when it’s contaminated.” 
The Obama Administration has until July 22nd to decide whether or not to enact a new 20-year mining moratorium. Whatever the decision, The Christian Science Monitor reports it will impact more than just the area around the Grand Canyon. “...the decision could set a precedent for other natural landmarks also being hedged in by uranium and other mining claims.” According to the EPA’s Toxic Release Inventory report, hardrock mining produces more toxic waste than any other industry. 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for updates in your news feed. Get more multisource environment video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
7 May 2011
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Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi attended a work shop organized by NSUI. One participant asked why India should depend on America as India is capable to develop herself. Rahul Gandhi said we need much more uranium. Any added uranium we find in India is good. In order to have a strategic program we need more uranium and we have to get that from outside. Rahul Gandhi also talked about various forms of energy India can utilize.
7 Sep 2011
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Fission Energy Corp. (TSXV: FIS) is a Canadian based uranium exploration and development company with properties in Saskatchewan's Athabasca Basin, Quebec, and the Macusani District in Peru. In 2010, Fission made a significant high grade uranium discovery at its Waterbury Lake property and in 2011 made a high grade boulder field discovery at its Patterson Lake South property.
14 Nov 2011
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29 Jan 2012
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