Radiation & Associated Risks
How many smoke detectors are in your home?
95 percent of U.S. homes use radioactive ones — using americium-241, a decay product of plutonium-241.
The nuclear industry has to get rid of this waste somehow, so why not sell it to a gullible public foolish enough to trust corporate criminals and their government cronies?
The World Nuclear Association says these smoke detectors pose no safety risk …
“The radiation dose to the occupants of a house from a domestic smoke detector is essentially zero, and in any case very much less than that from natural background radiation. The alpha particles are absorbed within the detector, while most of the gamma rays escape harmlessly. The small amount of radioactive material that is used in these detectors is not a health hazard and individual units can be disposed of in normal household waste.”
If you believe that crap, I’ve got a nuclear reactor to sell you in Japan.
Did you know Fukushima is leaking death rays again?
According to Epoch Weekend (“Extremely High Levels of Radiation Detected at Japan’s Fukushima Plant,” Feb. 9-15, 2017) …
“Officials say they’ve detected the highest levels of radiation at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant since it was damaged in a massive earthquake six years ago. Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings Inc. said that the radiation level in Reactor 2 at Fukushima hit a maximum of 530 sieverts per hour. A person could die from a brief exposure to that level of radiation, experts say.”
The World Nuclear Association is the same international organization warning us about Global Warming and other fairy tales.
According to the WNA website …
“Nuclear must be part of the international response to climate change.
“Agneta Rising, Director General of the World Nuclear Association has called on parties to make it clear that nuclear energy will be part of their response to succeed in action on climate change.”
These are the same people who gigged us with …
Freon (chlorofluorocarbon), etc.
… in league with a Who’s Who of corporate Greediocracy.
Christopher Bryson (The Fluoride Deception, 2004) wrote …
“Scientists from Columbia, Princeton, Johns Hopkins, Purdue, Ohio State, Penn State, Duke, the University of Virginia, MIT, Cornell, and Iowa State studied the chemical [fluoride], alongside engineers from some of the biggest industrial companies in wartime America. The companies included DuPont, Chrysler, Allis-Chalmers, Westinghouse, Standard Oil, the American Telephone and Telegraph Company (AT&T), Mallinckrodt, Eastman Kodak, the Electro Metallurgical Company, Linde Air Products, Hooker Chemical, Union Carbide, and Harshaw Chemical.”
It’s a freaking miracle that the Manhattan Project was kept secret from the American public.
Notice all the universities involved that are mentioned in my previous blog entry?
Fluoride has caused massive environmental damage.
Christopher Bryson (same source as above) wrote …
“Environmental damage around atomic bomb plants was often widespread. At Oak Ridge, officials planned, in 1945, to dump 500 pounds of fluorides each day into the nearby Poplar Creek; a decade later, airborne fluoride emissions had scarred a fifty-square-mile area of wounded and dying trees, officials stated, and posed a clear threat to grazing animals. And in 1955, some 615,000 pounds of fluorine was ‘lost in the vent gases’ from a single in-house plant making uranium hexafluoride at Oak Ridge.”
Ray Peat (“Bone Density: First Do No Harm,” 2006-2016) wrote …
“X-rays do their harm at any dose; there is no threshold at which the harm begins.”
Walter & Lao Russell (Atomic Suicide?, 1957) wrote …
“Radiation is the normal death principle. Every thing in Nature dies normally by slowly radiating its heat. Radioactivity is the explosively quick death principle. Radioactivity is man’s discovery of how the human race can die quickly, and not be able to propagate its kind for many long century.”
By the way, saturated fat and red light protect against ionizing radiation.
Polyunsaturated fatty acids and highly-unsaturated fatty acids accelerate radiation damage.
The Beaker Boys and Skinheads with Stethoscopes don’t tell us about polyunsaturated fatty acid-induced immunodeficiency.