To write my book "The Bhopal Saga", I studied more than 200 references, many of which you find in the reference list.I have cleared it up (paragraphs 1-5, a little bit of 10 reference list) so now most of the facts concerning the leakage and the consequences are verified (some other people have added "references" that are not reliable, thus exaggerating the problems).Since that, many changes have been done, and, I think in September 2008, the POV-square disappeared. Since that, the changes that are done are very small, and the content is just the same. The reason is "Its easy to tell that the author feels the UCC was largely at fault".As far as I know, everyone who have studied the background material, agrees on this.It is impossible to describe all details in this website and answer all the questions below.
The information on the site is extremely comprehensive, and this must include Union Carbide's defense (that I did not write).
I think 42 tonnes is the most probably amount (Source: Varadarajan, S.e.a., Report on scientific studies on the factors related to Bhopal Toxic Gas Leakage.
1985, Indian Council for Scientific and Industrial Research: New Delhi.) Ingrid Eckerman .199 (talk) , 11 April 2008 (UTC) This article does not meet Wikipedia standards.
Ingrid Eckerman (talk) , 6 January 2009 (UTC) Now that its mentioned, there's nothing in particular I can point too, I'm sorry, I'm thinking I was really tired or something.
I remember thinking that the "Aftermath of the leakage" section was very critical of Carbide and the Indian government, but at the now nothing stands out as a great example that I can cite.