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Much as I hate to admit it and as much as I do not like the source there is a valid point here. Evan a broken (analog)watch is right twice a day.

The chemical toxicity of depleted uranium shells is indisputable althogh exposure limits are definetly disputed.

They were designed to be used for an all out war with the Soviets. The military has been looking for a replacement particularly since the Balkans. It is a lot easier to clean up and or ignore a toxic waste site in the desert rather than in a densely populated town in a densely populated country and when the presence of the contaminant is easy to detect with a Gieger-Mueller detector (among many other ways) in just a few seconds.

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