"Uranium One" Fact checking the FactChecker, my research


#435

I need back up, where’s Conan?


#436

Oh I think it’s clear who is deflecting.


#437

Were Comey and Lynch (Linch, Lunch) scheduled to testify today?


#438

:rofl::rofl:
Post of the day.


#439

I have read the links. The only time 20% uranium is discussed is in the FactCheck.org link, and that says the claim is false.

Then, The New York Post link in the Clinton Cash link states it with no source to back up the claim.

And THEN… The Hill article claims it was 20% of Uranium reserves… which has also been proven false.

and that’s the only time 20% uranium is mentioned. oh, and none of them state 20% of the mining rights. So where did you get that from?


#440

Are you sure you want backup? What if it’s the feds monitoring you to suppress the truth?


#441

The only problem here is, all of you are in denial


#442

you’re falling for a QAnon hoax.


#443

Were Comey and Lynch (Linch, Lunch) scheduled to testify today?


#444

Eh… maybe something can stop it.


#445

ARMZ increased its stake in Uranium One to 51%.[16][17] In 2010, Uranium One acquired Irigaray uranium processing plant, the Christensen Ranch satellite uranium processing facility and associated uranium exploration properties in the Powder River Basin in Wyoming from the joint venture of AREVA and Électricité de France.[18] In December 2010, ARMZ increased its stake in Uranium One to 51.4%. At the time of the 2010 sale, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission estimated that Uranium One held the extraction rights to about 20% of U.S. uranium in the ground;[19] they amounted to 0.2% of the world’s uranium production.[20]


#446

The day is not over.


#447

The 20% number came from the estimate of in-situ uranium production capacity at the time that the sale went through, in 2010.

That number is no longer correct, even in its proper context.


#448

So it is coming or not? Because I have a lot to do.


#449

Interesting thing about Wikipedia. One can look at the citation and see what the source material says.

The source is this NPR article. https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/11/06/561587174/the-alternative-russia-scandal

In that it says.

The Washington Post reports that it is also outdated. It was based on uranium production capacity in 2010, which has since greatly expanded. Uranium One’s share of mining rights is now far less than 20 percent of the U.S. total.
What is more, the U.S. is a tiny player in the world uranium market. The U.S. produced 1,126 tons of uranium last year out of global production of more than 62,000 tons, according to the World Nuclear Association. So U.S. production is less than 2 percent of the global total.
Uranium One produces a small and dwindling amount of that U.S. figure. Last year, it mined just 23 tons in the U.S. — about 2 percent of the small U.S. production.
Think of Uranium One’s share as 2 percent of 2 percent. Or 0.04 percent of world production.

Funny what one finds out by reading the sources.


#450

Tick tock tick tick


#451

Drip drip drip.


#452

That’s the spirit!


#453

because earth is a flat circle?


#454

This doesn’t prove what you think it does.

You’re falling for a QAnon hoax.