What could have been used instead of agent orange?
About the only thing that could have substituted for Agent Orange, a very broad spectrum herbicide (which means it kills any plant it touches), is Roundup. The problem is, the active ingredient in Roundup hadn't been invented until 1970 and hadn't been formulated into a usable herbicide until 1973...and the Operation Ranch Hand defoliation program ended in 1971.
Two of the most common effects of Agent Orange are Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma and prostate cancer. Offspring of those exposed to Agent Orange have also been afflicted with spinal biffida attributed to Agent Orange. There are also many less common conditions thought to be caused or aggravated by Agent Orange exposure.
The birth defect of Spina Bifida has been linked to Agent Orange in one of the parents, and thus eligible for benefits.
There has been no scientific trials that confirm the connection with Agent Orange and Afib but the VA has added this to things that may have been caused by the agent. Other problems that can be associated with Agent Orange are PTSD, attention deficit disorder, skin cancer, prostate enlargement among others. But just because the VA and the courts have ruled that vets can get treatment, it doesn't mean that there is actually any direct… Read More
Agent Orange was a defoliant known widely for its use during the Vietnam War. In Vietnam, it was dropped most heavily in the region of Truong Son (Long Mountains) and the border between Vietnam and Cambodia (many birth defects/affected people/health issues arise from these regions). Agent Orange has also been used in the U.S. (1940s-70s), Korea, (1960s), Brazil (by Brazilian govt, and Canada (testing). There have been (so far proven) false statements that it has… Read More
Yes. see, the orange like the fruit came before the color orange. the color orange came from the orange (fruit), how it was colored. so if the orange were to say have been purple then instead of purple the color purple would've been orange. i know, it's a hard concept to understand. but, that is the answer.
Agent Orange and the dangers of Dioxin associated with it didn't come to light in the U.S. until the late 70's into the early 80's. Because of the general unpleasant memories associated with the Vietnam war and all the turmoil, there was little sympathy or understanding of the implications of Agent Orange Exposure. Because of the potentially enormous financial responsibility it could impose on the Veterans Administration, it took congressional action to investigate, understand, and… Read More
Agent Orange, a 50-50 mixture of two herbicides 2,4,5-T and 2,4,D, was first used by the US military in Vietnam in 1965. Prior to the use of Agent Orange the US military used Agent Pink (2,4,5-T) from 1961-63, Agent Purple (2,4-D and 2,4,5,T) from 1962-65 and Agent Green (2,4,5-T) in 1962. Agent Blue (dimenthylarsinic acid and sodium cacodylate) was used for crop destruction from 1962-71. In 1969 it became publicly known that Agent Orange was… Read More
DURING WARTIME, AGENT ORANGE was widly used as a defoliant in jungle or heavily forested areas. The whole area was sprayed, killing all of the trees leaves and foliage, making it eaiser for us to see the enemy. HOWEVER: You didn't have to be right there to be exposed to it. I know people who were in the Air Force during the Vietnam war. They were exposed to agent orange in the process of making… Read More
He could have been a double agent.
No, it could not
Could Rheumatoid arthritis be cost be agent orange exposurer and what age can you start getting Rheumatoid arthritis?
The exact cause of RA is as yet not understood, there is some evidence that infection or allergic reaction can bring it on. There is no limit to how young you can be to be attacked by RA. even infants have been known to have had it.
Orange zest is orange peel. It's orange peel that has been grated very finely using a zester, or the fine grating side of a food grater. Just be sure to wash and dry the orange first, and be careful not to get any of the pith (the white part just under the orange skin) grated into the zest.
The "rainbow" Agents were herbicides and, at the time, the troops thought they were safe. There wouldn't have been a need to inject it into enemy bodies.
If a property has been appointed a receiver should the rent be paid to them instead of the lettings agent?
Yes, although the tenant should ask for proof of the receivership.
The US Department of Veterans Affairs had determined (March 2001) that US servicemen in Vietnam from approximately 1962 to 1975, had been exposed to "herbicides" (Agent Orange) which may be consistent with: l. Chloracne or other acneform disease consistent with chloracne; but must occur within one year of exposure to Agent Orange. 2. Hodgkin's diesease. 3. Multiple Nyeloma. 4. Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. 5. Soft-tissue sarcoma (other than osteosarcoma, chondrosarcoma, Kaposi's sarcoma, or mesothelioma). 6. Respiratory cancers… Read More
She says that she could have been in the movies
The juice from the orange is all natural. The juice from the carton has been worked on. I would prefer the fresh juice instead of the carton unless you don't like pulp. Hope I helped!
Yes, there actually are. For example, instead of saying Jen has been going to the movies lately, you could say, Jen's been going to the movies lately. Instead of he has been sick alot, you could say, he's been sick alot. As for has not, he has not been doing his work becomes he hasn't been doing his homework. YOU'RE WELCOME!
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Dorothy Stamp has: Played Paula in "Code Chaotic" in 2001. Played Nurse in "North Shore" in 2004. Performed in "Vent" in 2004. Played Agent Croft in "Agent Orange" in 2005. Played Counselor in "These Days" in 2006.
i really dont know thats why im asking
A photograph depicting either a twin engine C-123 or four engine C-130, along with photos of the UH-1 Iroquois (Huey) helicopter have been taken showing those machines spraying "agent orange" in South Vietnam. Note: The twin engine C-7 Caribou looks very much like the C-123, but the C7 was a US Army fixed wing transport plane during the Vietnam War; and Operation Ranch Hand (agent orange spraying) was a US Air Force mission.
I don't know about the whole combination but I have been taking a guarana and bitter orange (synephrine) pills from Twin Labs for years instead of morning coffee! But I had been using a combination which included ma Huang before, which seemed to be OK if used intelligently. -Mark
Agent Orange is a "broad spectrum herbicide" - a chemical that will kill any plant you put it on - used in the US defoliation mission called Operation Ranch Hand during the Vietnam War. Ranch Hand used many herbicides, all of which were named "Agent" and a color name. IIRC there were fifteen "Rainbow Herbicides" and nine chemical companies that made them, including Dow and Monsanto. Agent Orange worked the best so it was the… Read More
Been is the past tense of the verb to be: I have been to the library. The term "of been" is not a correct phrase in English. Unfortunately, many people use it instead of "have been". For example, "I could of been an athlete." is incorrect; "I could have been an athlete." is the correct term.
It is said to be Kim Philby, of course he could have been a double agent we will never know for sure.
Surprisingly, since 1950 there have been at least 22 tornadoes in Orange county. 10 rated F0, 8 rated F1, 1 rated F2, and 3 that could not be rated.
The other released prisoner was called Barabas.
No, many other actions could have been taken instead of taking such dramatic extremes.
drawn out The ceremony could have been brief, but instead it was long and drawn out.
It was a chemical used to kill plants (known as a defoliant). The long term effects have been that it can cause numerous health effects, including cancer, diabetes, and skin problems (chloracne).
Theres 4 reasons it could be to old to hungry natrul colors or the food its been eating
In the first instance, the drugs must have had a prior approval in the destination's market, and then a shipping agent must have been identified at the destination, by the shipping agent your are using. It is the local shipping agent at the destination, that will supervise, the taxes involved. If the drugs, are for personal use and in little quantity, then, delivery, companies, could be used, in that case.
It is a contraction of "There have". So instead of "There have been many people asking questions today" you could say "There've been many people asking questions today"
The verb "can" doesn't have a past participle. The simple past tense is "could". You can get around this by saying "been able to" instead.
How long were the Israelites supposed to have spent in the Wilderness instead of the forty years they actually spent?
The trip could have been done in a month.
Refugees are people who have been forced by various reasons to pack up and get out. I consider myself a refugee, although I was able to salvage more than others. It could have been anyone else instead, or it could be you someday. Think about that.
"To avoid suspicion, the secret agent had to be discreet and cautious." "If she had not been discreet, her affair with the governor could have ruined his political career."
who is lil waynes agent
That, and the other thing. If you had been more specific about the island, we could have been more specific about what happened there. Or of course you could always do your own homework instead of just pasting in questions from it without stopping to think about them.
The orange puffle has not yet been discovered, but whether it is real or not is a mystery.
Since you don't say which laptop you have - this is a general answer. On my Toshiba laptop - the power indicator glows orange if I've been using it on battery power instead of mains. It's an indication the battery needs charging - and usually reverts back to green when fully charged.
Used by: Italians against Ethiopians in 2nd Italo-Abyssinian War Japanese against Chinese in the 2nd Sino-Japanese War and World War II The use of the Agent Orange defoliant in the Vietnam War could also be considered chemical warfare. It was also used in the Iran-Iraq War, and in Saddam Hussein's campaign against the Kurds.
The orange puffle has not yet been discovered, but whether it is real or not is a mystery. It is real Sherlock. Anyway, the Orange Puffle has just been discovered in the box dimension and now it is in shops. Have fun with your new puffle.
The earliest known carrots were from Afghanistan and were purple in colour. Elsewhere in central Asia other variant colours were found, including white and yellow. It is believed that the orange may have come about from a mutation that increased the amount of carotene, which gave it the orange colour and that this probably happened in Europe (although some argue that the additional carotene could have been deliberately added). It is also suggested by some… Read More
you could but it has not been tested or approved for that type of use.
Most Orange cats are male - but not all, so if you have a female orange cat that has not been fixed then yes, she can definitely get pregnant.
During the Vietnam War, the US instituted a massive herbicidal program that ran from 1961 through 1971. The aim of the program was two-fold, one to destroy the "cover" provided by the jungle-like forest, and another to deny food to the enemy. First named Operation Trail Dust, then Operation Hades, it was finally renamed Operation Ranch Hand. A variety of chemicals, fifteen in total, were tested or used operationally during this program. The primary broad-leaf… Read More
yes I've made it before Is it a two-crust baked pie with real orange slices inside? I used orange marmalade and orange pulp
It's a line from On the Waterfront (1954). The exact quote is: "You don't understand. I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I coulda been somebody, instead of a bum, which is what I am, let's face it."