FORUM: Off-Topic Discussion Thread (Non-Nuclear Issues) — New as of January 2017

Published: January 2nd, 2016 at 1:10 am ET


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  • PlowboyGrownUp
    "Decision to release funds for humanitarian programmes for infants and pregnant women risks rift with US and Japan"

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    " 'A rogue and a gangster': Kim Jong-un's statement on Trump in full "
    Exerpt "A frightened dog barks louder."

  • DUDe DUDe

    On a lighter note..night all

    Lisa Haven

    ARE WE ALL GOING TO DIE ON SEPTEMBER 23rd?! Here’s What Is Really Going DOWN…

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Enjoy! 🙂

      The Birth of a brand new Pagan religion ..called Christianity!

      The birth of Jesus Christ – September 11, 3 B.C.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        There were so many other Gods in Rome.. that it boggles the sane mind…how we all got to this point in time.

          • Jebus Jebus

            It looks like Earth has the power to wipe out all religions, even inadvertently.

            It also looks like it can empower mankind if taken care of.

            Symbiotic Oscillations. Yin and Yang.

            The Pendulums. Timing is everything.

            Researchers prove Huygens was right about pendulum synchronization


            L has to have a frequency. Same for life.

            The Earth does not manipulate or cause life.

            It's the result of…

            • Jebus Jebus

              Look around you. Wherever you are, glance around you.

              Who created all that stuff?

              Not God. Not Earth. Not the Creatures.

              It should be blatently obvious that we can change it.

              We have. We are. We should consider how…

              • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                Your optimistic! 🙂

                We and the rest of the planet's biological species are now witness to the change we humans in unison have created and desired.

                Understanding the path is seeing the path.

                • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                  When Leo met Trump: DiCaprio slams 'willful ignorance and inaction' on global warming after the President ignored his 'comprehensive plan to tackle climate change'

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                  • Global warming due to C02 from human activity is a lie!

                    It has been debunked by the real scientists out there time and again. The sun changes the climate not a .000002 rise in some fairy dust gas that people have horded millions of dollars for studies that will never prove or solve anything.

                    It's about time a president stood up and said no more waste of money and time on a program that was started to study global cooling in the 60's (debunked) then changed the mission 180 degrees to Global warming (debunked again) and now has decided to name their waste of taxpayer money to Climate Change (can't debunk that name I guess).

                    Whatever they name it, and what ever the latest name is, it's a real conspiracy to defraud and no matter what they name this distraction, it's still not solved anything since this bunk science study started in the early 60's to study global cooling.

                    This is why they changed the name of this con job to Climate Change.

                    Notice with this catchphrase and bogus study of a needle in a stack of needles the name is so non descriptive it can mean anything? Why do it?

                    Because then they can talk and talk and talk and not have to talk about the real cause of our worlds dilemmas we actually can do something about.

                    That true subject is called?

                    Global pollution and nuclear waste.

                    Not cooling or warming or change.

                    A real fixable problem that requires real actions instead of fake studies and idle talk about c02.

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

                      Trump acknowledges climate change — at his golf course

                      The billionaire, who called global warming a hoax, warns of its dire effects in his company's application to build a sea wall.


                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

                      Cities Sue Big Oil for Damages from Rising Seas
                      Oakland and San Francisco want oil companies to pay for climate change adaptation programs
                      September 21, 2017

                      “Top lawyers for Oakland and San Francisco in California announced yesterday that they filed lawsuits against five of the world's biggest oil companies for damages related to climate change.

                      "Barbara Parker, Oakland city attorney, said the legal action is meant to make the companies pay the “cost of protecting the people and the property of Oakland.” And Dennis Herrera, San Francisco's city attorney, said the case is part of the municipality's long-term effort to address the costs of sea-level rise.

                      “'Now we're going to ensure that those responsible for the problem are held to account,' Herrera said.

                      "In court papers, the cities argue that the defendants — BP PLC, Chevron Corp., ConocoPhillips Co., Exxon Mobil Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell PLC — have put citizens and public property at risk.

                      "climate change adaptation programs, which would include the construction of sea walls and raising low-lying buildings exposed to rising tides….”

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

                      “…That’s not stopping officials in Palm Beach from preparing to deal with its effects. This year, the town overhauled 12 pumping stations to push storm runoff up a huge pipe to the Intracoastal Waterway under a 20-year, $120 million infrastructure plan to deal with increased rainfall and street flooding, among other issues. Palm Beach’s system can now suck up almost 1 million gallons of runoff a minute. ‘I just deal with the reality that sea levels are rising,’ says Palm Beach Town Manager Thomas Bradford. …

                      “A bike path along the Intracoastal Waterway floods when the full moon and high seas cause so-called king tides, which have grown more intense. Brackish water bubbles out of the ground, forced up by pressure on the water table from rising sea levels. According to Palm Beach County’s online climate-change mapping tool, the back quarter or so of Mar-a-Lago’s verdant, palm-tree-lined grounds would flood if sea levels rise two to three feet. The town recently changed the construction code to require higher seawalls around homes built on the water because of the threat of higher seas….

                      “In 2015 the county created a department dedicated to staving off the effects of climate change and hired Natalie Schneider to be its first climate-change and sustainability coordinator. The county is planning to add two more people to her department in 2017. … [cont.]

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

                      [cont.] “Palm Beach County has participated since 2010 in joint planning with neighboring Broward, Miami-Dade, and Monroe counties under the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact. According to a report produced by the group, sea levels in the region could increase from the 2010 mean level as much as seven inches by 2030 and two feet by 2060.

                      “Palm Beach spending on infrastructure including pumps to deal with higher sea levels: $120m
                      “As much as $557 million of property in Palm Beach County is vulnerable assuming a one foot increase in sea level. That worries Robin Bernstein, a Mar-a-Lago member who’s president of an insurance brokerage. The barrier island that the town sits on is only two blocks wide where she lives. ‘So you can imagine, three feet of water-level change would severely impact us,’ she says. …

                      “John Morgan, director for environmental services in Delray Beach, south of Palm Beach, isn’t waiting for Trump to come around. The ocean is already crashing over bulkheads and swamping marinas. Morgan estimates the town sees 30 to 45 days a year of street flooding caused by king tides; it used to be just a few days a year. Like Palm Beach, Delray is spending millions of dollars to install special valves and pumps to keep rising seas out of storm sewers. There are plans to raise seawalls. ‘Sea-level rise is happening, and we have to adapt,' Morgan says. …” [cont.]

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

                      Too Much Carbon Dioxide May Have Caused Earth’s Worst Mass Extinction
                      Apr 13, 2015

                      “The worst mass extinction in Earth’s history may have been caused by huge amounts of carbon dioxide that accumulated in the atmosphere and the ocean after colossal volcanic eruptions in Siberia 252 million years ago, according to a new study….”


                    • It's good to hold those responsible for neglect to account…

                      It's good to bring those that pollute our environment haphazardly to justice (if that's true)…

                      Global warming IS a problem!!! There I admitted it in writing…

                      …Why it's a problem is simple.

                      There will never be anyone that can conclusively prove that these people are responsible for that in a court of law…

                      So global warming is helping!!! Helping to let these corporations off the hook for unwarranted and neglectful pollution of our environment.

                      Wrong suit… They have no chance of winning a settlement (or anything else) based on a degree of earth warming or what the tides do or if the oceans rise…

                      All those allegations fall under the (coincidentally enough) Act Of GOD statutes…

                      With the right suit filled a real conviction could be a slam dunk, global warming is not the right suit…

                      A real pollution study would do the job nicely and in short and provable order…

                      Starting to see why all the global warming studies are funded and in the record now?

                      To allow for just this kind of frivolous and unwinnable law suit benefiting no one other than the lawyers involved and anyone that wished to distract and detract from the real unwarranted and neglectful polluting of the biosphere…

                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      You can follow this guy's lead..if you want to. 🙂

                      Venus Is Hot – Mars Is Not

                      His argument might be full of a bunch of holes though..

                      Atmospheric pressure, sometimes also called barometric pressure, is the pressure within the atmosphere of Earth (or that of another planet). In most circumstances atmospheric pressure is closely approximated by the hydrostatic pressure caused by the weight of air above the measurement point.
                      Atmospheric pressure – Wikipedia

                      How could the atmospheric pressure on planet Earth be artificially increased?

                      I have brought this topic up several times before as we are changing the mass of a liquid and varied solids now found in the ground into a gas..this will change the atmospheric pressure of this planet. This will and has changed the weather and the livable conditions present on Mother Earth and we and all the other species are all feeing it and dealing with it right now and in real time.

                      Keep up on your insurance payments..we are all in big trouble.

                      Simple Watson! 😉

                      For every action there will be a like reaction!

                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      You might enjoy this chart..look at the gravity numbers.


                    • Great one obewan!!!

                      "In most circumstances atmospheric pressure is closely approximated by the hydrostatic pressure caused by the weight of air above the measurement point"

                      So what weighs more? Pure air or particles of metal and earth suspended in air?

                      And the storms we see are ALL based around suspended particles!!!

                      That why it rains, that's why we see lightning striking the ground and horizontal lightning in clouds…

                      The suspended particles convey the electrical charge and form water droplets…

                      Pure water won't boil, no bubbles from pure H2o no matter how high you heat it.

                      No lightning from pure water either, it's the earthen and metallic particles that convey electrical (static) discharge and upset the electrical charge balance in the atmosphere…

                      This is why volcano's and wildfires have their own weather systems independent of the surrounding environment…

                      Real science and real truth!!!!

                      Me likey real science subjects…

                      Great points obewan!

                      You da man…


                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Sure hope they all had flood insurance.. 🙁

                      Water world: Shocking drone footage shows Puerto Rico capital deluged with flood waters in aftermath of Hurricane Maria as officials confirm six dead

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                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      its good to ballpark the major influences of things. Climate…the drivers of climate. One might think that more stuff suspended in the air would weigh more heavily on earth and maybe cause big changes. But this theory would have to be looked into. Maybe its insignificant or nullified by other changes. For example, during dust storms there seems to be no increase in atmospheric pressure.

                      On the other hand, tilling the soil, removing the natural grass and weeds that held the top soil together resulted in the dust bowl catastrophe

                      The world seems to be turning into a desert. Cutting down half the worlds trees surely had something to do with it. Altering the grazing habits of animals has been shown to have a huge influence. Dont mess with mother nature

                      The 'dust bowl' caused one of the greatest migrations in U.S. history

                      Man ignorantly destroys the top soil, static electricity suspends the dust

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      a global climate catastrophe…maybe not caused by oil burning but cutting down trees and altering the earths biological ways…in particular, farming dry lands, reducing biodiversity and unnaturally exploiting grazing animals, which keep land from turning into desert

                      "dust storms have increased approximately 10-fold during the half-century since the 1950s, causing topsoil loss in Niger, Chad, northern Nigeria, and Burkina Faso. In Mauritania there were just two dust storms a year in the early 1960s, but there are about 80 a year today."

                      Man thought he could 'leverage' his wealth by exploitation, not realizing that there is no net gain in leverage. In our case, a net loss

                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      The/any catastrophic event will be the sum of all the moving parts…

                    • Alright code!!

                      So the actual pressures pushing down from the atmosphere above are dependent on how many particles are above? Even if they are not poisons?

                      Wow a great thing to study…

                      …Do it now!!!


                      P.O.D. – Will You:


                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      HDog, why not get your 'boys' to see who is behind the Woods Hole 'our radioactive ocean' PR campaign. If you said something relevant, I missed it

                    • Hey codeshutdown (the name says it all)…

                      Why don't you get to work studying it…

                      …and tell us about it 🙂

                    • danger kitty danger kitty

                      Code, looks like deforestation responsible for drought.–>
                      Coastal deforestation is the most devastating according to the model. Of course that's where it started first, historically.
                      Also not accounted for in climate models is all the toxic machinations of the nitwit geoengineers.
                      Standing in for god…an unreasonable facsimile.

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      Interesting article DK thanks.

                    • AirSepTech AirSepTech


                      Water will boil at room temperature if you lower the pressure enough.

                      Instantly outside of our atmosphere. 🙂

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      On roomtemp , say 20 degrees celsius , without any outside pressure , wouldent it simply explode in to gas form ?

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

                      I think CodeShutdown is a play on cold shutdown. I personally would like every nuclear reactor put into cold shutdown permanently. Once there is a meltdown and China syndrome as at Fukushima, it is much too late for a cold shutdown because it is no longer possible.

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      Yes , shut it down (nuclear) is what i read in Code's name too..ippie is just being childish..

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      The science is clear: Forest loss behind Brazil’s drought While politicians remain skeptical, the problem will only worsen.


                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      Code Shutdown….TEPCO was saying Fukushima NPP was in cold shutdown. But there, in front of everyone's eyes were four blown up melted down reactors with fission and fuel spread around the world. So thats funny enough in its blatant ludicrous way…but they also have a hard time pronouncing the letter "L", so code shutdown is a phonetic spelling of TEPCOs claim. Sort of like "the nuclear accident poses no immediate harm" is code for "deadly poison headed your way"

                      So I added a third meaning…shut down all the nuclear plants. Just go code turkey without nucrear powah

                    • Do you not even know that pure h2o does not boil?

                      It's the impurities in the water that causes it to boil…

                      That a Jr' high school science subject…

                      No boil, it will flash to steam though if you can heat it high enough…

                      Pressure will effect water but not in that way, there can be no boiling without impurities…

                      Some really need a education past the 5th grade huh…

                      These are the self proclaimed experts on everything too… Go figure…

                      Did you know? If a frog had wings he wouldn't bump his ass when he walked?

                      Another in a long line of child like (dead giveaway for a mental case) statements by the great genius that is AST…

                      Grow up and get a life before the small child like world you live in now disappears…

        • OK here's a boggler for ya obewan…

          Did you know that the roman empire fell because of heavy metals?

          Yep so no wonder they had all kinds of gods, they were clinically insane from heavy metal poisoning…

          Why did the Roman empire fall to ruins?

          Heavy metal toxicity…

          So there ya have it, the same problem we have in many places in the world today, heavy metals and pollution causing insanity and violence…

          So if we didn't have distractions like global warming, oops I mean't global cooling, no I really mean't climate change?

          Without these kinds of distractions more people would be spending air time and column inches talking about the real problems of pollution and contamination we have in the world…

          What do you think?

          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            Your living in Rome II..what do you think? 😉

            Here is the proof! Do you see any similarities?


            • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

              Baby crisis in Flint: Fetal deaths surged 60% and fertility rate dipped 12% during lead-infected water crisis, new figures suggest

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              • Yepper obewan and let's not forget that the lead is in the pipes and components of that (flint) water system and leeches into the water in that area as it travels to the faucet…

                The excuse was someone forgot to put the lead reducing additive in the water and that was the blame for this? Really? Human error on a small group again as a excuse?

                And what side effects does that additive have all by itself?

                They all knew the system was contaminated but instead of taking responsibility and implementing a program to filter at the end point and then replace the contaminated water infrastructure, the easy and cheap answer was to place a additive in the water to prevent it from reaching the showers and faucets of it's customers…

                Did that additive work? Nope!

                Who's fault is it? ANYONE that knew the system itself was a contamination source and kept quiet about it.

                And here's another good one to think about…

                Ever wondered why Detroit became the most dangerous city in America?

                Heavy and light metal toxicity among the residents is the answer…

                These facts coined the phrase Motor City Madhouse…

                A sick house comes from a sick building…


                All else like mass disease, poor mental health, false beliefs, drug addiction and then needless violence followed.

                kinda looking like the roman empire ruins in many places in that area of the US now huh…


            • Yes the world is a wheel, we are going through nothing new other than the existence of certain new things (like man made nuclear waste and weapons).

              The metal poisoning is there, the sudden belief in fairy tales is there… The distractions are there… The politics is there…

              The ever widening of the haves and have nots is there…

              The violence is certainly there…

              The misdirection is there…

              The powerful self centeredness is there…

              But most importantly the dietary heavy and light metal poisoning is there..

              Lead, copper, mercury and aluminum are just a few ingredients in the cocktail of dangerous metals many (most in one metal or another) ingest on a daily basis through water, food and air…

              Add to that belief in false facts and rumor and it's easy to see why there is so much violence and coverup going on in the world today…

              I implore all of you to test and understand the amount of metals you consume everyday, get a blood test, change your diet and filter your water and air…

              Your very sanity and the earths very future depends on it…

              Healthy Aging: Tips for Reducing Your Risk of Alzheimer's and Dementia:


    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Crap..have to drag all the stuff out of the bunker now!

      The so-called 'Christian numerologist' who alleged that the world would end on September 23 has clarified that the apocalypse has in fact been delayed.

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  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Flesh-eating bacteria, cancer-causing chemicals, and mold: Harvey and Irma's lingering health threats
    Sept 20 2017

    Only 5 weeks ago.
    Gone from the front pages..

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Posting this ..surely will set HD up for some uber knee jerk reaction
    But then.. is there any other reason for a controversial post?

    The Killing Fields of Hurricane Harvey! Live !
    Sept 21 2017

    Please direct 'debunking' to the actual party ..thank you.

    • Not at all Heart of the Rose…

      I post shocking things that really aren't shocking at all for those in the know…

      That's the actual work and true science of it…

      And I even post some fun stuff, humorous videos and music.

      That kinda evidence, relevance and truth, is only applicable to those that get it…

      The storms we see are caused from particles suspended in the atmosphere and the sun and that's all, nothing else… C02? Nope… Crazy governments building machines to do that? Nope…

      Crazy people with too much time on their hands and no clue what's actually goin on in the world everyday?

      You bet ya…

      Styx – Too Much Time On My Hands:

      Global warming, cooling or climate change is a distraction…

      If you fall for that mess ya missed the true causes by a mile…

      Simple science in evidence is the cure…

      …and the facts that many brains today are motivated by mental illness from pollution and simple beliefs without real facts on the subjects they supposedly are studying.

      The only truth on this problem is those that study fairy tales and think they are true for whatever reason and are dead wrong on all levels…

      Chemically or mentally or just paying attention to ALL the wrong "so called erroneously" data…

      My knee doesn't jerk unless I see a complete lie or a mentally ill person studying a distraction problem (fake?) instead of the solution (real)…

      • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

        Your implications are transparent to childish..
        I had no idea that you considered yourself a mental health worker….lolol

        • Nope consider myself a truth seeker..

          Have you found it yet? Not from the attitude I just saw…

          A true learning spirit in what you study? Not so far…

          Wanna play games while the would sinks into mental illness? Just for attitudes sake?

          Hoping not…

          That ego driven tripe does nothing to help…

          • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

            What are you talking about?
            Should I care?

            • Yep you really should…

              If the people in your area succumb to madness it will be your problem as well…

              And if it's from environmental toxins, you'll be one of them crazy people too.

              • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                People in your 'area' give into BS..too.
                You really should be seen..

                • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                  "That ego driven tripe does nothing to help…"

                  You sure make a lot out of 2-5 posts a day.
                  Leave me alone.

                  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

                    Even the egotist can consider, it's whether (s)he does…

                    Maybe I'm horribly incorrect in this assessment, but some think money is power. I know a fitting dividend, it would be a total lack of strength, will and control. I've tried this before, never fails.

                • What you didn't just see that?

                  So I need to be seen?

                  Watch this guy…

                  18 Brand Names Of Bottled Water Tested For PH ,TDS & Electrolysis Test (Must See):


                  …get some real reads to post and prove truth instead of running with opinions from someone else.

                  And fluorides in city and water wells (some wells much more than city water)…

                  Where the mind goes the ass follows…

                  But then again…

                  I guess I'm Gomer…


                  Just visit 157 Riverside Ave.


                  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

                    Whatever works..
                    Leave me alone..

                  • Ever had cramps? A serious cramp that will curl your toes?

                    Potassium deficient?

                    What are Cs's? Potassium analogs??

                    Pollution that takes the place of real nutrients and why? Because you were deficient in the nutrient in the first place?

                    If you watched this one…


                    You know it's a potassium problem…

                    What's the (pollution) heavy metal potassium analog just released in spades?

                    163, 145 or 297?

                    Nope it's 137, 134 and 131/129…

                    From where?

                    Where ever it originated from…

                    How bout them apples…

                    Watch this one and go prove the truth…

                    Eating radioactive apples from chernobyl? perfectly fine! [gamma spectroscopy]:



                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      HD, we just covered Bionerds video. You bring it again, saying apples from the Chernobyl region are safe. Pro nuke?

                      Bionerd eats an apple containing almost 40 bq/kg from Chernobyl. I think her regular diet contains non radioactive bananas, not radioactive apples because her urine is only 0.15 bq/l. Was she saying that eating ONE apple was OK or chernobyl apples every day? Even one apple with cesium may not be good because of hot particles. She tries to wipe it clean of fallout on her shirt which might have hot particles on it as well.

                      The onset of negative consequences from Cs137 begins with the smallest dose. Not so for K-40. This is not due to the nutritional value of potassium. The amount of potassium in your body is many millions of times larger than any cesium and does not stop the negative consequence of cesium by nutrition.

                      Yuri Banazhevsky finds negative heart effects above about 30 bq/kg. Especially in children. Good thing HD is not in charge of distributing chernobyl fruit to children!

                      Bandazhevsky paper on this

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      does Cs137 displace a significant amount of potassium? No. This is because the quantity of a toxic dose of cesium is very small. Cs137 is toxic at 100 bq/kg but even 1000 bq/kg represents a very small amount of cesium, about
                      0.02 micrograms. Compare to the 140 grams of potassium. The Cs137 in a contaminated person is a tiny fraction of the potassium, yet the potassium nutrition does not somehow nullify its effect.

                    • Nope not pro nuke at all…

                      I am infact anti stupid, anti childish, anti distraction, anti ignorance…

                      The video proves that some foods don't take up radiation while other foods will scavenge for it.

                      Kinda like how Code shutdown scavenges for a argument…

                      How child like of you…

                      At least you finally get that nuclear waste is toxic and potassium is not…


                    • freebywill

                      RE: I am infact anti stupid, anti childish, anti distraction, anti ignorance…

                      And yet, you exhibit none of those characteristics and in fact continue to pollute the site with posts unrelated to the intent of the sites originator.

                      Over the course of time you have been asked to stop. Admonished, ridiculed, berated, revealed, and yet you persist in declaring unsubstantiated claims as fact, demean any other presentation of info as wrong, and generally appear to have some superior, though often inaccurate, understanding of issues.

                      That's why there is a lingering suspicion of your presence here as only for the purpose of trolling.

                      As someone that claims to be anti-nuke your in a unique position to be a vital contributor. To the north-north west approx 25km is McGuire, a two unit nuclear poison spewer (NPS). To the south west approx 25km is Catawba, another 2 unit NPS. When winds are right Charlotte gets dosed.
                      you could be posting about activities of local groups resisting those facilities, or local news articles concerning the units and their environmental impacts. Or data about illness rates.

                      Instead, constant refusal to post much besides incoherent babble littered with undefined links to youtube music and cartoon videos with a hint that something in those vids contains a relevant point.

                      Your own behavior only reinforces the perception that your an asshole.

                      4 mins | I-95 Song (The Asshole Song) |

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      HD; "The video proves that some foods don't take up radiation while other foods will scavenge for it."

                      True in relative terms but actually the apple had more cesium than potassium. It was contaminated with radioactive poison…

                      HD; "Pollution that takes the place of real nutrients and why? Because you were deficient in the nutrient in the first place?"

                      HD; "You know it's a potassium problem…"

                      even though a very contaminated person only has 1/50 of a microgram of Cs? Cesium isnt displacing much potassium! Healthy potassium levels HELP but displacement of k is a false argument for toxicity, an argument you have made several times.

                      you conclude

                      "Eating radioactive apples from chernobyl? perfectly fine!"

                      and conclude its childish to argue otherwise. Do you suppose that makes you look intelligent? Anti nuke?

                      cue the asshole song! That second lyric is devastating!

                    • As usual code shutdown you twist a simple fact into some lie you made up to reinforce a fake story and the intention is obvious…

                      Code says…

                      you conclude

                      "Eating radioactive apples from chernobyl? perfectly fine!"

                      I conclude?

                      I did not say that, that's the name of the video, ya whine and moan that I don't put the title of the videos in my posts and then try to use the title to be something I said?

                      Honest people don't have to pull crap like that…

                      That kinda of disinformation is for the nefarious crowd that can't make a fake point without including some fairy tale twisted crap to try to discredit real info. and honest posters..

                      And code does this most every time she supposedly quotes me (most times including this one it's not even my quote).

                      So I think we are seeing the truth in these disinformation artists…

                      It becomes obvious who is on the up and up and who is spinning fairy tales for attention and distraction.

                  • So if you skip ahead to the total dissolved solids test in these waters you will see most all of them test the same as unfiltered tap water…

                    46 ppm would be average for tap water directly out of the faucet unfiltered…

                    Some even had reads in the hundreds…

                    My RO unit provides ph balanced water at around 2 ppm from the public water supply…

                    And of course distilled water reads 0 ppm every time…

                    TDS Test on bottled waters:


                    So the moral of the story is? Bottled water contains as many dissolved substances in the water as filling up a plastic bottle straight from the bathroom sink faucet.. At hundreds of times the cost per gallon and this practice produces millions of plastic bottles for no real advantage other than money to the distributor…

                    Ya just won't know what you are drinking until you yourself test the actual water that YOU are consuming…

                    A common tds meter costs around 20 bucks…

                    The ph test kit? 10 bucks…

                    The knowledge gained from real life testing?


    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      The purge..we are paid to stroke ourselves..of course!

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    It's hard to ask those.. whose houses are flooded or properties aflame, etc., to consider the PERPETUAL contamination by radiation from Fukushima.
    It's hard to ask them to hold grasp to a concern for the long term situation of the planet and it's inhabitants.
    But that's how it is..
    In the inconsistency provided by other forms of disaster, Fukushima provides consistency.

    • "It's hard to ask those.. whose houses are flooded or properties aflame, etc., to consider the PERPETUAL contamination by radiation from Fukushima."

      Well Heart one truth (proven) about that is the fact that a sand storm in Africa started that storm and unless they have contamination (in souther Africa) we don't know about, it's natures merry maids coming to clean some of it (radiation from Fuku) up…

      Simplistic but true on many levels…

        • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

          'It's so scary!' Mutant piglet with one eye and a 'penis' on its head shocks Chinese residents

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          • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

            Now if these guys standing next to the robot are making 20 Bucks an hour.. then we are making some progress.

            Only 32 teeth in 7 billion human heads/skulls and it hasn't changed for hundreds of thousands of years..get this price down! 🙂

            They know the drill! Incredible footage shows a robot fitting implants into a patient's mouth during pioneering operation

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            • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

              Is anyone listening to this healthcare crap? What morons we have in charge.

              Everything that moves on and/or over the surface in the U.S. is taxed..all of it.

              There are currently 94 million people unemployed and billions of American's already spent dollars are being sheltered over seas by corporations and some of these corporations do not even pay any U.S. taxes.

              So here we are discussing healthcare when it was the government that has approved every poison the U.S. population has been exposed to creating sickness, disease and preexisting conditions and every single poison was taxed and is/should be considered a win fall for that same government over the past 250 years.

              Bernie Sander's plan looks pretty good about now…fire all the Republicans..get them the hell out of there.. since they are only working for the big businesses that are still poisoning us all.

              Can't make this crap up! 🙁

              • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                The U.S. is the only 1st world nation on the planet without universal healthcare?

                Why is that?

                The U.S. pays more than any other nation on this planet for their Healthcare and it sucks for most of us!

                200 to 400 thousand U.S. citizens die from mistakes made by the medical community in this current private for profit healthcare system.. each year.

                The costs must be controlled at the doctors offices and at the source of the fraud ..price controls are the solution. $5000.00 per hour charges must go away..soon.

                Medicare for All: Leaving No One Behind

              • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

       be considered a "windfall" for that same government over the past 250 years.

              • Hey obewan…

                Never forget this…

                …if you are healthy you really don't need healthcare.

                Something about that fact rings true doesn't it…

                No pills? No problems…

                Whiskey good, pills baaaaaad…

                And don't forget Mezcal and a cigar now and then…


                Freedom – Cry of Love – Jimi Hendrix:


                • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                  I own assets..if something happens to me and I get gouged by the medical community..they will come after my assets.

                  I have only carried my medical insurance for the past 40 years in the event of a catastrophic occurrence..they are at pure profit.. since nothing has happened requiring them to expend large sums of money on me.

                  My current condition has no cure and no treatment that would change the long term course of the disease. Therefor no treatment required or expenses on their part. That may change at some point in the future as other areas might pop up during this bullshit aging process.

                  I have not seen a medical professional besides a dentist and an eye check up for glasses in the past 20 years. They do contact me from time to time with a bag sample..never send it back. Not looking for trouble or care as long as my bodily functions still work properly.

                  So them 400K+ and me well I am 400K- and the reason so many people are screwed up is that they listen to the for profit doctors whom only get paid if they can find something broken and attempt to fix it. So promotion of sickness is now big profit in all areas for this profession..the current scam and fraud the U.S. has concerning healthcare is now massive in all areas.

                  A few of these professionals may want to help people, but me thinks the majority are in it for the for large sum of for profit monies they can get paid.

                  A scam in perpetual motion until we as a nation decide to stop such fraudulent…

                  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                    ..practices. 🙁

                    • No truer truth has ever been spoken obewan…

                      "Pretty simple.. only go in when you need help.

                      Few ever need help and stay away from all drugs whenever possible. A prescription is not a cure for much of anything as they only mask the underlying problems in most cases"

                      A couple of things to add here are carefully watch your diet and test your air for radiation from pollution and radon. MOST importantly test and filter your water yourself.

                      No pills ever!!!! Especially vitamins and blood pressure pills…

                      If you have high blood pressure there is over a 90 percent chance it's from your diet and/or exposure to metals and other pollutants.

                      Only around 2 percent of the population has a real physical need for blood pressure monitoring and everyone is different so the numbers may not directly (or correctly) imply a problem.

                      Did you know you have to qualify to be given a AIDS test? Why? Because it will ruin the accuracy of the test? I was told this personally by a doctor when getting a marriage license. I asked him why everyone getting married was not given a HIV test…

                      The response was that the test has a margin of error and testing everyone would create too many false positives…

                      So how many false positives are out there thinking they have HIV when they don't?

                      A terrifying thought that should be applied to any/all health testing with a wide margin of error…

                      A apple a day keeps the doctor away?

                      A proven truth that's not a wivestale.

                  • PlowboyGrownUp

                    Agreed, but how to stop it?

                    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                      Pretty simple.. only go in when you need help.

                      Few ever need help and stay away from all drugs whenever possible. A prescription is not a cure for much of anything as they only mask the underlying problems in most cases.

                      The body is a pretty resilient organism and wants to live..the body's immune system works 24/7 to keep us all alive.

                      Not all injury or illness needs to be treated..many pass/heal on their own via antibodies created by our own human body.

                      WE have layers of various medical programs in which greedy people are treating all kinds of things that need not be treated.

                      One single payer or universal healthcare program will make all the other layers of various medical programs go away because they will then be redundant. 🙂

                      Now convincing most of these medical practitioner thieves to give these redundant programs up..well that is going to be the real challenge.

                      The money made is just so sweet and very good!

                      I could tell you stories that would blow your mind. 🙁

                    • PlowboyGrownUp

                      I'm doing all of that that I can. A lot of docs work for medical companies, hospitals and others. I call these medical companies 'skimmers'. The skim money off the topo keeping the cost of medical care high. IMO.

                  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

                    The skimmers will have to away..they can all go work in fast food.

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      People should be tested for their psychopathic or narcissist levels before entering a "job" where they are capable of doing more harm then to themselves only..period. And thus for picture needed i guess..

                      The other exit after tested (too) positive is forced treatment (but really good one , the best money can buy imho) or protect the rest of humanity..period.

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      Graham-Cassidy: A Moral Outrage That Could End Coverage for 32 Million

                      "In 2027 alone, it is estimated that the Cassidy-Graham proposal would cut federal health care funding by nearly $300 billion. Within the next 20 years, Graham-Cassidy cuts federal health care funding by an astounding $4 trillion."

                      "The mountain of false health care promises made by members of Congress is starting to avalanche: We won't repeal without an adequate replacement. No one will lose coverage. No one will be discriminated against because of a preexisting condition. Premiums will go down. Congress will move through regular order. At one point or another, many Republican lawmakers made all of these statements, but if the Graham-Cassidy bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) passes — which is looking increasingly likely — it will be clear that they were all lies."

                      "People showing up to congressional district offices, calling their senators again and again, writing to their local papers — that is what makes the difference. That's what creates the real pressure that forces a senator to go to leadership and say, "I'm getting so much heat on this bill. Please don't make me vote for it."

                      It's been a grueling nine months, but we can't let up now. The consequences are too devastating not to act and speak up now.


          • Guessin that's a dick head…

            May could prove otherwise…


            I give it 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

            I'd give it five but someone would complain…

            Is this fun or what…

            Cheap Truck Challenge! – Roadkill:


  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    Have a good day..HD

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    So plain to see. Remember ember. Calling it for next week.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Look, the basis of the devil's thought. I can give you the best advice, I just can't folllow. Psycho.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    If a man tells you to not be afraid of fear, trying to justify it, is he then projecting a deflective measure of pain onto others.

    Pro-nuke, sentiment, for instance. Don't be afraid, I want take you to hell. Hey, btw, I'm posing as the sun.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    So look, I am Gid, right. I possess all things. Why do you copy me?

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    Seeing a lot of useless blue wallpaper still.
    Climate issue's seem to be important to the drivel mutt.
    I recall he covers for to tptb, denies there's spraying, etc. going on. Guess he doesn't look up.
    The upside of his posts; you really can't tell what the devil he's trying to say. The few times I clicked on his links, it didn't further illuminate.
    Biased wisdom from a Pretender…not the band.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    OW. You get your "truth" from the matrix and the dailymail.

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    Looks like the white house has outsmarted themselves:
    "Washington’s decision to tie a noose round the neck of Venezuela’s economy (presented as sanctions for notional crimes) is effectively preventing Caracas from allowing its oil to flow to allies of the U.S.A.. The knock on effect: from now on, Venezuela will export its oil to China. By doing so, Venezuela’s contracts will no longer be established in dollars but the yuan. This will soon threaten the supremacy of the US currency and, clearly, the US economy. So now, “the party that thought it had the key to the prison door, is held hostage in the cell”."

    • PlowboyGrownUp

      "In this context, Venezuela’s decision to free the price of oil from the dollar is causing a seismic tremor that, from the South American epicentre, is making the entire imperial palace, founded on the dollar, tremor. If the example set by Venezuela were to provoke a contagion, if the dollar were no longer to be the main currency of trade and the international reserve currency, an immense quantity of dollars would flood the market, making the value of the US currency collapse.
      This is the real motive pushing President Obama to declare “a national emergency against the unusual and extraordinary threat posed to national security and US foreign policy by the situation in Venezuela” in the Executive Order of 9 March 2015 [1].

      This is the same motive for which President Trump announces that the “military option” against Venezuela is now on the table. The U.S. Southern Command is getting ready for this. Its emblem is the Imperial Eagle that dominates Central and South America, ready to sink its claws into whoever rebels against the Dollar’s empire."

    • DUDe DUDe

      "So now, “the party that thought it had the key to the prison door, is held hostage in the cell”."


      I wonder what it will take for the average citizen of murica the great hater/destroyer before its country , and thus the world , can be considered "livable" again..the "purge" on the agenda is not the one desperately needed..

    • "Looks like the white house has outsmarted themselves"

      I wouldn't count on that assessment as true if I were you…

      Sound like a rock and roll tune?

  • Jebus Jebus

    Looks like putting nuclear waste into the Ocean is bad. 😐

    What Would a Hydrogen Bomb Do to the Pacific Ocean?

    It's a hole new day…

  • Jebus Jebus


    An absent-minded security staffer just accidentally leaked Adobe's private PGP key onto the internet.

    It goes without saying that the disclosure of a private security key would, to put it mildly, ruin a few employees' Friday. Armed with the private key, an attacker could spoof PGP-signed messages as coming from Adobe.

    Additionally, someone (cough, cough the NSA) with the ability to intercept emails – such as those detailing exploitable Flash security vulnerability reports intended for Adobe's eyes only – could use the exposed key to decrypt messages that could contain things like, say, zero-day vulnerability disclosures.

    • It also goes without saying that using the wire for fraudulent or destructive purposes can land you in a heap of trouble…

      I like cigars but damn man…

      …keep it up.

    • Jebus Jebus

      "Do you remember the end of Old Yeller, when the kid has to shoot his dog because it has rabies? The situation with Adobe Flash is a little like that, except that the dog isn’t rabid – it’s just not very good. And nobody actually ever loved it."

      "The Internet’s relationship with Flash has been rocky for a while. Since the creation of alternatives like HTML5 video, more and more major websites have been steadily dropping it – including giants like Netflix and YouTube. Things got a bit heated last month when Firefox became aware of a critical security vulnerability within the software, and blocked the plugin entirely."

      • Yes that ole platform responsible for almost half of all the internet games and used for everything from advertising to online usable programs from recording to photo editing is pure crap…

        Wow, obsessed with putting something down are we jeb?

        Find the evidence, you obviously have nothing better to do than cause problems and reveal the great fake flash conspiracies out there…

        Why don't you investigate flash here…

        Oh the humanity…. Flash flash everywhere and visited by over a million visitors a day…

        Grow up and find something real and productive to do with your life crying man boy…

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Yeah, flash is garbage, was (and to an extent) is super popular though. There's a corollary somewhere there.

      Anyway, if you're still using windows, best advice I can give you, administrative tools->services. There's a shitload of things you can and probably should disable there. "google" it. Strange that I haven't had to bother with firewalls (at least, not that kind and advanced "security" measures in almost two decades. Though I do use a VPN occasionally, as I often say things that aren't "progressive".

  • SadieDog

    Damn, it wasn't just me. Thanks enenews.

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    This is really bad. "New laser-beam annihilation weapon to be tested by US Air Force in 2018…BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 A.M.) – The United States Air Force plans to test a newly developed airborne laser weapon system in 2018 following a renewed interest by the Department of Defense in acquiring such war technologies.

    Previously a state secret, the US arms industry, in cooperation with the US Air Force, has been developing a laser weapon called the High Energy Liquid Laser Area Defense System (HELLADS).

    Although not at the forefront of US weapons procurement priorities, the weapon has now been developed to the point were US military officials believe the it will be ready for testing by 2018.

    HELLADS is intended to be mounted on aircraft such as the AC-130 gunship and employed in an offensive role as a point-incineration weapon should it enter service. The weapon will, in theory, be able to deliver 150 kilowatts of energy via a laser with a diameter that is ten times smaller than current devices with the same power.

    • Ehh? Lasers? On a aircraft? even a c-130 gunship? WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY too much power consumed for the result…

      Not viable or dependable…

      A scapegoat for way more real things…

      This ain't a Hollywood movie world…

      Think about this for a moment…

      The ailens crashed at area 51?

      Sure… Funny how that happened at the confirmed testing point on earth for new technology experimentation huh…

      If you were in charge of a experimental program that went terribly wrong would you admit to it or allow it to become a UFO story created by those that had no clue what you were doing…

      A "nobrainer" I'd expect…

      Lasers on aircraft for destruction purposes? Actually doing more damage than the Vulcan guns and super cannons that work all by themselves? And under their own proven and predictable gunpowder power?


      Time travel will be next great mysterious falsehood except ya just can't be someplace that doesn't exist…

      Yesterday is gone… Doesn't exist.

      Tomorrow hasn't happened yet… Doesn't exist.

      Fact is a fleeting thing because fake… Doesn't exist.

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        the lasers still use chemical power sources, just not gunpowder. Nitrogen triflouride and ethylene are combusted generating free flourine atoms, then mixed with helium and deuterium. The laser generates about 200 horsepower. Cooling is key

        • Well if I can help you, I will…

          Energetic light beams you way more power than they produce and on the order of 100 to 1 or better…

          Gunpowder used in the correct manner uses .01 to 1 correcly…

          Ever hear of smokeless powder? A mix of cellulose and simple gunpowder that expands at a nominal rate, stable every time and a "nondanger' to those using it (the weapon won't fail and/or kill the operator)…

          Wow lasers? Really?? A huge power pull and not going to do anything other than give you the distance to the target…

          And we are not going to use the real dependable and tested machines?

          This ain't the movies or cartoons hun…

          Fastest shooter ever?

          Jerry Miculek- World record 8 shots in 1 second & 12 shot reload! HD:

          No laser pointer required….

          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            I dont read that lasers are on the order of 1% efficient as you claim. 10 to 60% perhaps but it depends entirely on what type of laser. Thermodynamic energy conversion for gun powder and bullets is no better. I dont know what this means; "Gunpowder used in the correct manner uses .01 to 1 correcly…" seems to be complete gibberish.

            high power lasers do more than 'give you the distance to the target' of course. They can shoot down missiles in flight

            • It's all theroetical…

              Recon we need to get to stopping reactors and needless contamination?

              I do…

              How? Test and study the levels of contamination in your'e environment and tell us what you find.

              I'm at 52 ppm tap water, 14 cpm (gmc-320) of radioactive decay in the air and a suspicious nature about what I eat or drink….

              Oh and 2ppm RO (50 gal per day) for vegetable washing, tea making, and coffee water…

              A 7 filter pack under the sink that runs on water pressure…

              Fun for sanity? No trade….

              Here's a good one, if like to giggle…

              Cheap Trick – Dream Police:


              • Jebus Jebus

                Ya, that's normal.

                That's how indigenous peoples all over the world start their day.

                Measuring their PPM's and counting their CPM's.

                Hell, that's what made America so great in the first place…

              • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                HD…do you have any granite counter tops? Got a body? Got ground below your feet? Got a number of fallout particles wafting about? I would say your CPM counts you have memorized are worth absolutely nothing when figuring out if you are at risk. Nothing

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    "People in Argentina have been holding anti-Israeli protests as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits the Latin American country.

    Pro-Palestinian and left-wing demonstrators held a rally in the capital, Buenos Aires, on Monday, ahead of Netanyahu’s arrival, to condemn the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories and crimes against Palestinian people."

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    "Disturbing pictures: Dead babies scattered across ISIS-held city in Afghanistan due to US carpet bombing" (Jun 2017)

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    "Fireball soars over W Europe into North Sea" MrMBB33

  • Jebus Jebus


    TOKYO (Reuters) – A court in Japan on Friday ordered Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco) to pay compensation to a group of former Fukushima residents, the second such ruling following the 2011 earthquake and nuclear disaster, Japanese media reported.

    However, the ruling by the Chiba district court, east of Tokyo, did not find the government liable for compensation, in contrast to a March ruling in another court that ordered both the government and Tepco to pay compensation to a separate group of evacuees.


  • Jebus Jebus

    Governments Cut Services to Chernobyl Survivors while Spending Billions on Nuclear Power Stations

    "They are being abandoned by their governments who are not taking adequate care of their citizens. Their governments scramble to cut protection programs that ensure needed monitoring, health treatments and uncontaminated food. This is so they can save money."

    "Worse still, these same governments want to spend billions on extremely risky nuclear energy while ignoring their responsibility to support those who still live in the shadow of Chernobyl’s radioactive legacy."

  • Jebus Jebus

    OSIRIS-REx Mission's Earth Slingshot – NASA Explains

  • And HEY guys (and gals)…

    Anyone noticed the change in humor after the solar storm we experienced? yet??

    Do some reading and correlate the hostilities to the flairs hitting earth…


    Recon we missed something?

    Or was it the knowing in advance.

  • SadieDog

    I'm back. This song has been in head for over two weeks. I just cast a spell that it now belongs to one of you! Take this earworm. The Babys – . Every time'
    Hey at least it's a cool song, 🙂

  • Jebus Jebus

    The movement to rid the world of the Flash Player plugin

    • The movement to ban Adobe Flash and Shockwave and get Jebus a real life…

      Everybody picth a penny in…

      If we throw money at it maybe it'll go away…

      Yea that one works huh…

      If we can get Jeb motivated on something real (ya know on anything other than the great flash conspiracy), maybe he could figure out how to get rid of nuclear waste and other pollution without problems…

      Could that be fun too? I'll bet it could!

      Broken record is Jeb's new Indian name…

      So tel us ole great broken record…

      …what do you seek? To do good or to do bad? To add or take away?

      You're running out of brownie points…

      Best be paying attention…

      "So Small" Carrie Underwood ft. PS22 Chorus:

      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

        No one is trying to ban Adobe Flash. My son is a computer programmer by profession. He says that they never put security programming into Adobe Flash. I took it off my computer several years ago because I kept getting all kinds of items that were getting removed by all the programs I was running against malware. For a while I had some problems watching videos in html, but Windows 10 has fixed that problem.

        So people can keep on their computer whatever they want and get whatever spyware is being added by using insecure programs.

        Getting advice from computer literate person can be used or ignored. Or someone can do a Google search for more information.

        • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

          There are a number of articles.

          Why Adobe Flash is a Security Risk and Why Media Companies Still Use it

          It is always good for a person to do his/her own research on any topic.

        • "ds of items that were getting removed by all the programs I was running against malware. For a while I had some problems watching videos in html, but Windows 10 has fixed that problem"

          No doc… The jsplayer fixed that problem. serverside and scripted…

          I like fun and players like the jsplayer…

          Just don't confuse that with security…

          And Jeb has proved to be insane on nothing (and something for sure)…

          And I have stuff to do…

          …no flash required.

          • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

            I listen to my son, not you. I may not express it well, but after taking Adobe Flash off my computer I have never missed it and my computer is much, much cleaner. And I have a firewall, etc. You can't argue with experience. I have also taken free online classes in computer programming from Stanford Univ., Univ. of Toronto, and MIT, and a French Univ. whose name escapes me at the moment and other universities, offered on and and

            Why don't you link to some sites that says that Adobe Flash is completely secure, if you can find any?

          • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

            THE jsplayer, hahahahahahaha. And I thought the windows 10 mention was a riot. Omf, someone's stupid enough to think "Oracle" can fix something.

        • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

          "For a while I had some problems watching videos in html, but Windows 10 has fixed that problem."

          Now THAT's funny.

          • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

            Excuse me, but the problems with video were just with my particular older computer. The video would only show about 5 minutes and then stop. And I didn't have those problems before Windows 10. And there were specific instructions how to change the video capabilities on my particular computer, but I never tried them. But eventually the problem didn't occur anymore. I don't remember exactly, but it had something to do with a change in video capability with Windows 10.

            I was just barely able to change to Windows 10 with the capability of my particular computer.

  • SadieDog

    Only a few hours left. A toast to enenews! Cheers! 🙂

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    This has got to be fake news "FL Residents Warned They’ll Be Ticketed for Hurricane-Damaged Homes"

    • SadieDog

      I'd say you're right.

    • DUDe DUDe

      Nowaday's regarding the government harrassing its citizens is true or not..nothing can surprise me..everything below filthy rich psycho is a useless eater or less i'm afraid..

    • Total fake but at least they give themselves away as easy to spot…

      Did you see that spot?

      The Henpecked Duck (1941 – Warner Bros):

    • Total fiction…

      Unless ya just leave it there for someone else to clean up…

      That's not a ticket, that's your responsibility.

      Responsibility is EVERYONE'S responsibility.

      Boy wouldn't that fix allot of simple problems going on in the world as I type this…

      Is it my job to clean up your house? For free?

      Don't guess you thought about all that huh…

      My stuff is my stuff… Your stuff is your stuff…

      Freedom? You bet ya…

      But with freedom comes responsibility…

      Or are you a communist. Problem there is the haves and the have nots the trained and the trained nots huh…

      This is the basis for the fake idea we simply evolved…

      We didn't evolve we do evolve…

      And when is the last time you saw a chimp evolve into a responsible human…

      …that's what I thought.

      Jimi Hendrix – Bleeding Heart:

    • freebywill

      RE: FL Residents Warned They’ll Be Ticketed for Hurricane-Damaged Homes

      [ Was not fake news as some were quick to declare.

      After the citations were handed out, public outrage compelled the Miami Dade mayor to give a statement. ]

      Miami-Dade mayor: no code enforcement for next month after warning notices given following Irma

      " (WSVN) – Hours after Irma passed, many of us were out clearing trees and branches from our yard. One Miami-Dade man got a visit from the county to bring him a warning. "

      The code enforcement guy did give Celso something…

      Celso Perez: “He said he would have to cite me for having my fence down.”

      Celso said the code enforcement officer told him he would write up a report and be back to check on him.

      Celso Perez: “And if my fence had not been put back up when he came back, he would have to write me a fine or fine me for that.”

      After Irma, the county handed out 680 pool barrier safety notices and 177 electrical hazard safety notices to homeowners suffering damage from Irma.

      Days after this story aired, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez posted on Twitter, saying there will be no code enforcement for the next 30 days.

      • Didn't ever say it was fake… I said your property is your responsibility…

        And not only that I said if you abandon your property it's not automatically someone else's job to clean up the mess you left on your property…

        There ARE people that will do that job for you professionally and done in short order… But do they owe you? The property owner? Or maybe they need to get paid too huh…

        These peoples children need to eat and learn too…

        Ridiculous idea that you think it's ok to walk away from a problem and the communist plot to take over america will pay to clean up your property…

        And the aliens landed wile while I wrote that waste of time too..

        Who's property is it? Is there a communist plot to take over America? Are you a adult and responsible for your own (key word your) mess?

        There ya go…

        Would be funny if you blamed neglect by the individual on the government and then want a communistic rescue while complaining at the same time you are not free huh…

        Flip the coin? Or just plain flipped out..

        "Gone Gone Gone" Phillip Phillips & PS22 Chorus

      • DUDe DUDe

        LOL !!!!!!! HippieDog in all its annoying glory..

        "Total fake"

        "Total fiction…"

        "Didn't ever say it was fake…"

        • AirSepTech AirSepTech

          The fool is so dumb it can't even comprehend its own chicken scratch. Or its a liar. Many times both. 😆

          at 8:08 pm…."Didn't ever say it was fake… I said…"

          at 1:51 pm…."Total fiction…"

          September 22, 2017 at 10:36 pm…."Total fake but at least they give themselves away as easy to spot…"

          Anyone ever see a more complete troll than this? I haven't.
          Definitely the most illiterate.

        • Funny… But if you were stupid how would you know?

          Wow I'd have to vote you wouldn't know…

          That's the definition of the problem huh…

          Keep it up boys…

          • DUDe DUDe

            Ahem..actually its not funny At All..its a human tragedy and an insult to everyones intelligence and integrity including yours..

            Most people are still smart enough to have some of the repeated by many critic seep in and learn something overtime..adapt a are a rare exception to the rule..and the degeneration you systematically caused to this nothing less then a deliberate act of insulting sabotage..

        • Total horseshit DuDe…

          Not that I'm suprised…

          • DUDe DUDe

            "Total horseshit DuDe…"

            Amazing defense as usual..NOT !

            • DUDe DUDe

              Its fucking right here for everyone to see how you make lengthy posts full of non-related "horseshit" or insults starting by literally saying..

              "Total fake"

              "Total fiction…"

              But if you fall flat on your face all you have to say is a denial of what you just said..accompanied with more "horseshit"

              "Didn't ever say it was fake…"

              Do you think everyone is blind ?

              Are you even human lol ? Or lobotomized by the military or something ? Your hypocrisy is off the charts man..can't believe you can't see that for yourself..or deny it with a straight face..

  • Jebus Jebus

    Prospect of Atmospheric Nuclear Test by North Korea Raises Specter of Danger

    All six of the North’s nuclear tests have been underground, containing the radioactive fallout. But an atmospheric test — perhaps with a warhead shot over the Pacific on a North Korean missile, or set off from a ship or barge — would put the populations below at the mercy of the North’s accuracy and at the winds that sweep up the radioactive cloud.

    That is why the United States and the Soviet Union banned such tests in their first nuclear test-ban treaty, more than a half-century ago.

    It is exactly that fear of an environmental or humanitarian calamity that Mr. Kim appears eager to foster as he looks for ways to strike back at the United States, Japan and others seeking to choke off his money and trade. But experts who have been through the uncertainties of nuclear testing say there are risks all around, for Mr. Kim as well as his foes.

    Besides,” said Dr. Hecker, now a professor at Stanford University, “a live missile test — one loaded with an H-bomb — poses enormous risk.” He recalled that when the United States performed such tests in the early days of the Cold War, “one blew up on the launchpad and one had to be destroyed right after launch, creating significant radioactive contamination.”

  • DUDe DUDe

    Polititcal abusive filling of the "spiritual" emptyness of sheeple with commercial/industrial religion by a toad in all its disgusting glory..

    Will Hage Have A Rapture ?

  • Jebus Jebus

    EPA Employees Are Ordered to Attend Anti-Leaking Classes

    Washington (AP) — Employees at the Environmental Protection Agency are attending mandatory training sessions this week to reinforce their compliance with laws and rules against leaking classified or sensitive government information.

    • DUDe DUDe

      When the chief puppet is turning an civilian protection agency on itself..lots of embarrassing things to occur..if they where known to the public that pay's for it and depend on it..i guess.

      America is almost to the point it needs an underground organization specialised in getting whistleblowers to safety asap bitterlol

      • DUDe DUDe

        ‘Legislators Criminalize Practices That Led to Wrongdoings Being Exposed’
        CounterSpin interview with Chip Gibbons on ag-gag laws

        "Janine Jackson: Simply put, if an industry goes after people who seek to investigate it, it’s a pretty good indication that they’re doing something they don’t want you to know. This is certainly the case with the animal agriculture industry. The term “ag-gag,” introduced by New York Times food writer Mark Bittman, describes the slew of laws introduced to target undercover investigations and whistleblowing about the industry. Because, it turns out, when people don’t just hear about but see piglets having their heads bashed against cement floors, or cows too sick to walk being picked up by forklifts, it affects how they feel—and how they act.

        The battle between those defending the industry’s ability to shroud its practices in darkness and those fighting for our right to see, and then make choices based on that knowledge, is ongoing, and for the most part, and for now, sunshine is winning."

  • Jebus Jebus

    The Next Standing Rock Showdown Could Be Over Nuclear Waste

    Lake Barrett, a former Department of Energy official who was in charge of the Yucca project says, “There is no such thing as a perfect site,” he adds.

    “The perfect site is the backside of the moon, but you have a little bit of a transportation problem there.”

    • DUDe DUDe

      "A report last year by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission said the waste likely would corrode its barrels and seep into the water table over the next 1 million years, but the contamination would be a tiny fraction of what’s considered hazardous. The amount per year is “about what you get from an airplane flight to Europe or Asia, or 10 dental X-rays,” says Lake Barrett, a former Department of Energy official who was in charge of the Yucca project. “There is no such thing as a perfect site,” he adds. “The perfect site is the backside of the moon, but you have a little bit of a transportation problem there.”

      So because there is a transportation problem to a situation that would probably be safe at first sight , they can predict that the "next best thing" will be dangerous but below harmfull levels again..with the usual mambo jambo optimistic lies..surprised there is no mention of banana's frivolous compaired to what their killer crap will do to the biological world the "next 1 million years"..

      But they have only 70 years of "experience" and already killed many many million's..nuclear can't be combined with a living planet period..its a uncontrollable WMD..nothing else

      • DUDe DUDe

        "But they have only 70 years of "experience" and already killed many many million's..nuclear can't be combined with a living planet period..its a uncontrollable WMD..nothing else"

        And so is the absence of a conscience in the mind of that fucktard mouthpiece and his masters speaking there..

      • "The amount per year is “about what you get from an airplane flight to Europe or Asia, or 10 dental X-rays,” says Lake Barrett, a former Department of Energy official who was in charge of the Yucca project"

        When you see statements like this BEWARE THE LIE!!!!!

        A x-ray or sunlilght? FALSE!!!!!

        A x-ray is non particulate… it (radiation) stops after the machine is turned off!!! Lasts only a few seconds and emits no lasting particles.

        Nuclear waste IS a particulate… And when ingested by a human, animal or plant, It stops emitting radiation after around 10 thousand years…

        And this waste pollution will irradiate you the entire rest of your life (what's left of it) from the moment of ingestion.

        How these people can tell these outright lies and keep their jobs should be the real study at this time…

        That's a study that would make a difference! Get the lairs out of life and death positions and these problems will begin to be taken care of properly.

        Also note the phrase "a former Department of Energy official".

        What does he do for a living now?

        Well golly gee what do you know…

        "independent consultant in the energy field"

  • Jebus Jebus

    Bali volcano: Australians warned to check travel plans as 240,000 residents urged to evacuate

    This could happen within 24 hours as of Saturday morning.

    Locals reported monkeys and snakes fleeing from the mountain.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    My buddy told me about a site yesterday. Supposedly, this works:

    So I'm wondering, is that based off of stolen or otherwise collected data say, through banks and such themselves?

    Nothing but thieves hey?

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      I mean, I was gonna use it. Which, I have absolutely no problem with. Except if those details ARE for actual people, then not so much. I mean, You make the tiniest mistake on banking details and they're normally quick to inform you. So yeah.

      • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

        After a bit of analysis, those details are probably fake btw. If you're gonna be stupid enough to try it, atleast use a VPN, you know, like you would on ENEnews.

        • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

          Not sure which is worse, that Visa/Masstercard details are so easily spoofed, or that banks and corporations would rather acquire and sell legitimate details while you wonder about those purchases you never made.

          What a wonderful world.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    "I hear screams of ecstasy on the other side". Pain isn't ecstasy, but hey, no happiness unless you fake it. A bit of predictive programming, see the horrors of emptiness. "Such a calamity inside my mind, as the storm rages on". Remember 3 days, maybe I was a bit early.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Misplaced trust in attempted scapegoating. Solid, constantly dissolving idea. So what's the this about trying to hold on, when A), you don't belong, and B) there's eventually nothing to hold on to? Kali released. Or something like that. You realize you all deserve to die, right? Righteous vengeance, with no facial gesture but a fake smile.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Serious, last of the wallpaper. Gotta seek them to find them to destroy them.

      • AGENT 9X "THE CAT"

        FM refers to the last of his braincells, of course. Pointless, pathetic, picayune pissant.

        • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus


        • Cooter

          FM is SAI and is supervised by a bunch of college students who have mined the ENE archives, wanting to expand their algorithmic data base. The end game is an autonomous (non supervised) program that can wormhole into their ever expanding base algorithm and inject a vocabulary algorithm that seamlessly blends the two programs. You have seen the results in his posts, that just don't fit or flow together.

          Combining a generic base AI with a vocabulary AI is the holy grail of AI and the cloud now makes this endeavor a probability over a possibility. Think SIRI

          For your computers health; DO NOT CLICK ON ANY LINKS BY FM
          The results will be the same as "Socref" posts years ago. Though entertaining AI7 (his code name) is, it is best to not reply to Frathington's rants.

          Feeling better SD? Hope so.

          Who needs HBO's drama-trauma-crying-killing, when ya got ENE for entertainment. It's all here folks and more.

  • freebywill

    NIH Supported Journal Publishes Landmark Study Linking Fluoride to Low IQ

    By Jay Syrmopoulos – September 21, 2017

    In the eye-opening new peer-reviewed study, published on September 19, 2017, in the Journal of Environmental Health Perspectives, researchers found strong evidence of a link between fluoride and lower cognitive function in children.

    With an impact factor of 9.78, Environmental Health Perspectives is one of the most highly ranked journals in Toxicology, Public, Environmental and Occupational Health, and Environmental Sciences.

    [ here's the link to the study article ]

    Prenatal Fluoride Exposure and Cognitive Outcomes in Children at 4 and 6–12 Years of Age in Mexico

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    Yeah. "So much goddamn plastic that culminates in the gyres of the world"

    This is why I like metal.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      Some of you may understand that it's not science but politics. I'm fucking sure of that. To the rest, go join that gene drive, your bloodline doesn't suit them.

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    CS may like this, I like traps, so I'll go off on a tangent.

    In the fluid, where you will asphyxiate and burn (our atmoshpere), potassium is supposedly a counter to arsenic poison. Now that's something I haven't read about recently. Even mentions glutathione and shit. Holy crap, I think anne may even find something about an acidic solution there with regards to alkalinity and balance.

    OH and next time you try to personally insult me on baseless grounds, gfys. Also, if you try that, a new account doesn't make it less obvious.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      The funny bit is how I'll use everything against you.

    • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

      I'll soon related k-40 to plastic btw.

      • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

        "A 70 kg human body contains about 140 grams of potassium, hence about 0.000117 × 140 = 0.0164 grams of 40K; whose decay produces about 4,300 disintegrations per second (becquerels) continuously throughout the life of the body.[5][6]"

        I love explanations that are meant to confuse as a means of projecting superior intellect. So like the ratio is surprisingly missing there. Shit…Aaaaanyway, 70000/140=500.

        And that's some odd wording, almost as if it's exactly as it seems. "…whose decay produces about 4,300 disintegrations per second (becquerels) continuously throughout the life of the body.[5][6]"

        It's like, dude but throughout your life, this shit is death. Maybe you'll grow a bit faster, but you'll fall down harder.

        I wonder if that explains some mutagenicity and a certain lack of immortality.

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          so the body is 1/500 potassium. I dont see the relevance.

          FM; "I wonder if [4300 bq constant k-40 radiation] explains some mutagenicity and a certain lack of immortality.

          Its a good question. We are lead to believe so, but evidence shows thats a false claim, and thus fallout vs K-40 is a deception, an equivocation (although many a scientist would not know it)

          K-40 IS NOT a mutagen even when enriched in potassium 100x. No reduction in mortality when it is eliminated either.

          • Jebus Jebus

            Every cell on Earth sould be happy that K-40 is recognized…

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              every cell on earth should be happy that K-40 is recognized…

              well we see the K ion channels and all the mechanical tinker toy bits in biology texts…but theres something missing. The illustrations are incorrect. Instead of a haphazard mess of tinker toys, theres a vibrating, living unity on an energetic level. The cell walls are vibrating, the mitochondria are dancing in unison, they ride along tracks in a cellular metropolis humming with the miracle of life.

              Ling proposed the association-induction hypothesis. A unifying theory of life at its fundamental level, with potassium as a key feature. Other scientists realized the fractal density and unification of the cell…the water, the ions, forming layers of polarity extending the informational structural cohesion through the cell. Not just a bag of water with tinker toy ion channels and a few dumb mitochondria floating around

              Teaser for a Ling documentary shows a little of his persona

              • Jebus Jebus

                I'm OK with they don't really know, cause it still works.

                I'm good with good theories that molecular biology might even utilize K-40. It utilizes the potasium. Entirely possible. Seems probable.

                Might even be a part of the power of Life.

                Seems thats where it ends with manmade nuclear waste…

                • DUDe DUDe

                  "Might even be a part of the power of Life."

                  Might even be part of the development of consciousness/intelligence in life..but i can't remember how i got to that "hunch" based statement back in the day's when Code posted a lot about it, so maybe i should not mention it..sry lol

                  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                    the elements of life, and of consciousness that relies on sequences of those elements to assemble a picture of its own existence in a universe, are everywhere through the universe. The utilization of potassium as a key part in the genesis of life links us in some way to the formation of potassium in super novas, and likewise, the super nova creation of potassium and other elements to the most prime forces of the universe…and by extension, our consciousness and personas even, are related, both materially and energetically to the whole. I think there is something pertinent about this idea to nuclear radiation.

                    The scientific view of radiation danger is based…its predicated on a foundation of energy. A toxic dose of nuke fallout is a very small amount of energy! Im not going to look it up just now. Very much smaller than the kinetic energy in a bullet.

                    But ask yourself…and your scientist friend, what would happen if you took a substance, and we will use a snippit of the AIDS virus because the test exists, and you place it in water. Now you remove the DNA material so there is only pure water. Now there is supposedly zero energy that any DNA could possibly impart to the water. The question is, can this pure water have an effect on anything that other pure water cannot?

                    And heres the answer; if you put some DNA building blocks, just random nucleotides along with an enzyme polymerase and you will 'regrow' DNA sequences of the original AIDS virus DNA.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      Some strange information signal exists in the water. This above mentioned test includes something more amazing. You can 'record' this water information using ridiculously simple stuff, transmit it over the internet, output it to a vial of pure water…and again, you can get a polymerase re-sequence of the AIDS virus DNA.

                      Something similar, although perhaps not using the same water based information, happens with the bystander effect; Kill one cell with radiation and fifty non radiated cells may decide to commit suicide.

                      The energy that killed the one cell didnt kill the other fifty. Now imagine an ocean sprinkled everywhere with little balls of nuclear fallout, emitting signals specific to heavy metal radioactive poison. It changes the information content of the sea en mass. The information field of the earth and the brains and thoughts of all her creatures has been influenced in some way, to some degree or the other.

                      Of course this is too much of a stretch for the average scientist out there. But we have Nobel Prize laureate Luc Montagnier who discovered the AIDS virus repeating these experiments. The unified field of the cell and the ecosphere is not a conspiracy theory, not a quack idea.


                    • Jebus Jebus

                      Excellent. The capacitance of H2O.

                      We easily see it in it's PH effects.

                      With the natural ebb and flow of ions.

                      Seeking center.

                      Interrupted by another charge.

                      The solution is filled with noise pollution…

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      It does not ring a bell Code..i think it had something to do with energy balance or use or delivery..but like i said it was just a hunch in a conversation i could only understand a quarter or less of what was no real value or possibility to revive the memory and continue..

                      "But ask yourself…and your scientist friend"

                      He passed away..lungcancer

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      Water has some fascinating almost "mystic" people in collective meditation influencing the shape of the cristals that form when freezing it , meditation on love gave the most beautifull shape and what you just describe etc..

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      DUDe, sorry it didnt ring a bell, maybe it will come to you. It seems to me that since the animal consciousness is highly related to the biology, and the biology and its evolution highly related to potassium at its most fundamental level, that this might offer a clue how consciousness and potassium could be related.

                      "The recent discovery of warm temperature quantum vibrations in microtubules inside brain neurons by the research group led by Anirban Bandyopadhyay, PhD, at the National Institute of Material Sciences in Tsukuba, Japan (and now at MIT), corroborates the pair's theory and suggests that EEG rhythms also derive from deeper level microtubule vibrations. I

                      "The origin of consciousness reflects our place in the universe, the nature of our existence. Did consciousness evolve from complex computations among brain neurons, as most scientists assert? Or has consciousness, in some sense, been here all along, as spiritual approaches maintain?" ask Hameroff and Penrose in the current review. "This opens a potential Pandora's Box, but our theory accommodates both these views, suggesting consciousness derives from quantum vibrations in microtubules, protein polymers inside brain neurons, which both govern neuronal and synaptic function, and connect brain processes to self-organizing processes in the fine scale, 'proto-conscious' quantum structure of reality."


                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      Ehrenfried Pfeiffer's
                      Sensitive Crystallisation Method
                      Applied to Blood


                    • DUDe DUDe

                      "The origin of consciousness reflects our place in the universe, the nature of our existence. Did consciousness evolve from complex computations among brain neurons, as most scientists assert? Or has consciousness, in some sense, been here all along, as spiritual approaches maintain?" ask Hameroff and Penrose in the current review. "This opens a potential Pandora's Box, but our theory accommodates both these views, suggesting consciousness derives from quantum vibrations in microtubules, protein polymers inside brain neurons, which both govern neuronal and synaptic function, and connect brain processes to self-organizing processes in the fine scale, 'proto-conscious' quantum structure of reality."

                      Code , you know i struggle with such language , so i go with the spontanious hunch trial and error again..

                      I take it there is an universal vibration/energy/consciousness..applied to "structure" , the shape or "condition" of the structure defines what comes out of it..the final frequency of the original vibration/ sound from an instrument..and at the same time the vibration is shaping/selforganizing the "instrument" by evolution..?

                      If i'm totally off then forget it , i'm not made/capable to participate on this scientific level lol

                    • Jebus Jebus

                      That's interesting. Connections.

                      I was driving today and listened to this on the radio…


                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      DUDe, understanding is not a bucket of facts, but a kind of simultaneous synthesis…a gestalt. Your take is as good as anyones.

                      Penrose started the quantum/holographic theory of consciousness. Discovery of room temperature quantum behaviour of the microtubules in the cell…some very fast vibrations with possible nonlocalized character gives some support to the theory.

                      The microtubules are very interesting…reminds me of the burning bush metaphor for some reason.

                      Most biologists see their dog as a living loving singular creature but imagine the dog is made from inanimate tinker toy machinery. The cell is actually more like a dog. Or metropolis. Makes sense




                    • DUDe DUDe

                      Please don't take this wrong Jebus and Code , but i dont have time or focus capability for those long vids or records..but i bookmarked the post and maybe , some day..

                    • DUDe DUDe

                      But thanks for posting them..night..;)

    • Potassium is a naturally occurring nutrient and while it possesses a small fraction as k-40 and k-40 is ever so slightly radioactive it is controlled by the body and the other elements of potassium.

      k-40 is NEVER found in nature alone. Pure k-40 found alone in the environment is a man made in the lab substance.

      So potassium is needed by the body in it's natural state.

      As is natural sunlight for vitamin D production.

      Just don't confuse natural with man made.

      Although nuclear waste is radioactive it has little in common with natural substances and there is allot more going on than the level of radioactivity contained in these poisons!

      Nuclear waste is also extremely chemically toxic on the cellular level.

      So there are no comparisons between potassium and nuclear waste.

      Any comparison offered about nuclear waste and naturally occurring potassium IS the waste of all wastes of time and brain cells. And this simple fact shows the ignorance or nefarious agenda of the person (any person) that publishes those completely fake comparisons.

      With the proper education and information it becomes easy to spot the lies and fairy tales produced by these shills and fools.

      ANYONE that claims a comparison between potassium and nuclear waste should be disregarded from that point forward as either a fool or a nuke shill.

      And if that person has a legitimate job in the energy sector they should be run out, never to be listened to again.

      • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

        HD…great, so tell us how toxic the chemical toxicity is for cesium. One might think you are saying this is the reason its dangerous. You can compare to potassium gram for gram but note that a contaminated person will have a part of a microgram of cesium.

        Alrighty, so its not the chemical toxicity, as far as we can tell, that is doing the harm. What about the radiological toxicity? Is radioactive cesium more toxic than potassium radiation, becquerel for becquerel? Well we need the dose coefficient for that. What is it? Lets see if Woods Hole has it….OK then, they say they about the same.

        So your post above is not valid, according to science experts which you promote as reliable. Yet you do say this; "ANYONE that claims a comparison between potassium and nuclear waste should be disregarded from that point forward as either a fool or a nuke shill." And thus by extension you are saying Woods Hole and NOAA should be disregarded from this point forward as either fools or nuke shills. Surprising then, that say they are trusted sources of info.

        • Gram for gram? Potassium 0 nuclear waste on a scale of 0 to 100?


          Any questions? Radiation not being but a small fraction of that risk…

          We use the radioactive properties to find these things, but it's a small fraction of the risk unless you are a nuclear power plant worker…

          And even then it's a small fraction of your longevity or disease…

          It's the indicator of probability from the disease that will inevitably (and energetically) follow and make you sick…

          Why? Poison ingested and absorbed that will cause illness?

          If you study only the activity related to radiation you missed 80 percent or more of the problem…

          We use the radiation output to find these man made poisons, but that's the tip of the iceberg on why these substances actually causes health problems…

          I'll be happy to help when you are…

          Both happy and ready to help…

          • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

            HD spinning fairy tales and not giving data or links. Nothing new.
            At least he said everyone who compares cesium to potassium radioactivity should be considered a fool and not listened to, inferring Woods Hole etc.

            Is the toxicity from cesium fallout due to its chemical toxicity? HD says yes…its 80% or more of the problem. He compares K-0 = toxicity, Cs = 110 on a scale of 0 to 100.

            lets see if he is anywhere close to correct

            Acute oral toxicity Cesium chloride (LD50): 2600 mg/kg
            Potassium chloride (LD50) 3020 mg/kg


            OK, we see HD is totally wrong on chemical toxicity. Cesium is not significantly chemically toxic until it causes an electrolyte imbalance. Its very alkaline. Some people drink it in an attempt to cure cancer for this reason.

            LD50 value for Cs-137…dogs die in 33 days when given 44 μg/kg but live up to a year with half that dose. Thats a mere 3/1000 of a gram extrapolated for a human. However, neurotoxicity is observed at just hundreds of becquerels in rat tests and 'cesium heart' at +-50 bq/kg in people.

            That is a very small amount of cesium! About one nanogram. 0.000000001 grams.


            Thus we see that the radiological toxicity is responsible for essentially ALL of the Cs-137 danger.

            HD; "And even then it's a small fraction of your longevity or disease…"

            What does that mean?

            • Jebus Jebus

              It means we should all be wearing particle masks for the no immediate harm parts…

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              typos….should have been 'He compares K = 0 (chemical) toxicity, vs Cs = 110 on a scale of 0 to 100.'

              I dont know what this means

              HD; "And even then it's a small fraction of your longevity or disease…"

              But if it means that even the chemical toxicity (mistakenly believed to be 80% of the problem) is a small fraction of insults reducing your longevity, then this is certainly true for the chemical toxicity of cesium. But if it means that fallout is only a small fraction of things leading to sickness and death, this is not correct. For example, Rosalie Bertell calculates that nearly a billion people have sickened or died from the nuclear industry, and the ECRR calculates 60 million died from the bomb tests. There is an unknown amount of sea life death from Fukushima and everyone is negatively affected to some degree

            • "HD spinning fairy tales and not giving data or links"

              False on fairy tales and I thought the whiners didn't like links…

              You should start here code…


              And then work your way up or down…

      • Jebus Jebus

        Hey Hippie, this would be a good time to post a dont worry be happy song.

        Like dust in the wind…

  • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

    "I hate poor people". "Let's sterilize the non-conf(i/o)rming without telling them".

    How often does money appeal to death? Every first sentence.

  • PlowboyGrownUp

    6.1 quake Mexico

  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar

    uerto Rico's Guajataca Dam fails, creating life-threatening situation

  • Jebus Jebus

    I wonder what organism will be the first to scribe with it's RNA into it's DNA database the recognition of Plutonium…

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      the specific molecular mechanisms associated with mammalian uptake of these toxic heavy elements remain largely unexplored. Tests of Siderocalin, an essential antibacterial protein that sequesters iron, showed specific binding of actinides and lanthinides, uncovering details of protein–ligand and chelator–metal coordination, and highlighted differences in the recognition of nontransition metals with natural or synthetic chelators. These are the first protein structures containing thorium or the transuranic elements plutonium, americium, or curium. The researchers also made the unexpected finding that siderocalin can act as a “synergistic antenna” that sensitizes the luminescence of actinides and lanthanides.

      • Jebus Jebus

        There we go. Lighting up evolution with nuclear.

        Yes, we are all on the pathway. Everything with a cell.

        Give it time. And many errors.

        Some combination will work, eventually.

        Something will grow…

    • Jebus Jebus

      Maybe we should just figure out how to backup the remnants of our DNA…

      Non-Targeted Effects Models Predict Significantly Higher Mars Mission Cancer Risk than Targeted Effects Models

  • freebywill

    Stanislav Petrov: the Ignominious End of the Man Who Saved the World

    by Linda Pentz Gunter September 22, 2017

    I just returned from the Nuclear-Free Future Awards in Basel, Switzerland, which this year were held in conjunction with a conference on Human Rights, Future Generations & Crimes In The Nuclear Age. The conference was hosted by IPPNW Switzerland. International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War won the Nobel peace prize in 1985.

    Ironically, the day I returned from Basel, the news broke of the death of Stanislav Petrov. He had died on May 19, but we were only hearing about it now because it was never reported. A German documentarian had phoned to deliver birthday greetings to Petrov and had instead received the news of his passing from Petrov’s son, Dimitry.

    Without Petrov, we would have had no nuclear-free future and likely no future at all. He is possibly the single most entitled winner of the Nuclear-Free Future Award, although sadly it was never extended to him.

    Petrov was the lieutenant colonel in the Soviet Union’s Air Defense Forces who, on the night of September 26, 1983 just happened to be in charge of monitoring his country’s satellite system that watched for a potential launch of nuclear weapons by the United States. In the early hours, such a launch appeared to have happened.

    • DUDe DUDe

      "But Petrov never made that call. Instead, he decided to check if there was a computer malfunction. This was later discovered to have been the case. A satellite had mistaken the sun’s reflection off the tops of clouds for a missile launch. The computer system had failed to make the distinction as well."

      "A satellite had mistaken the sun’s reflection off the tops of clouds for a missile launch."

      And that's all it takes..but its all safer then banana's according to the apeman on top of the apeman/apeslave foodchain..TOTALLY corrupted by TOO MUCH POWER AND WEALTH for any individual human psyche to endure..and surrounded/lockedup by/in more of the same..

    • PlowboyGrownUp

      Vasili Arkhipov, another Russian who saved the world. Seems we owe a lot to the Russians. He "was a Soviet Navy officer credited with casting the single vote that prevented a Soviet nuclear strike (and, presumably, all-out nuclear war) during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Such an attack likely would have caused a major global thermonuclear response which could have destroyed much of the world.[1] As flotilla commander and second-in-command of the diesel powered submarine B-59, only Arkhipov refused to authorize the captain's use of nuclear torpedoes against the United States Navy, a decision requiring the agreement of all three senior officers aboard." wiki

  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

    Recent studies have also shown
    that D. radiodurans is able to reduce Chromium(VI) directly,
    and Uranium and Technetium(VII) using the electron shuttle

    Microbial detoxification of metals and radionuclides

    • "Wireless Warfare Exposed"

      Well one thing is for sure holding a wireless phone to your head is pure craziness!

      But the actual warfare is a bit more complicated…

      Example: My son had a staff infection (on his elbo) that put him in the hospital for a week…

      After returning from lunch one day I noticed five of his friends had come to visit him…

      Didn't know they were there until I opened the door to his room as everybody was staring at their smart phones texting and playing silly games.

      So the entire small room was filled with high school students but none were interacting with each other so they may as well have been miles apart while in the same room.

      Those skills don't grow food, won't clean up the poisons in our environment, build a house to live in or fix a car to drive to work in.

      So we now have a generation (or 2) that have no real life skills.

      What will happen when that catches up with america in the next decade?

      Utter poverty and without any real skills or experience with real world production and defense skills these people will be ripe for takeover by anyone that actually has real world hands on skills.

      There's the real war going on with this type of technology.

      Video games and texting with a perfectly good phone in you hand are the symptoms of a bleak, unempowered, disconnected from each other (even in the same room) future and the results are numbing down a entire generation.

      • FaunaLord Farthington MacMananus

        Your attempt at elucidating societal damage is mere fair tale conspiracy crock, there is absolutely no danger in your children learning to become utterly reliant on institutionalization. It's not like an apocalypse scenario or anything like that.

        I'm rethinking joining the french foreign legion again, we have huge benefits, we get a license to kill, we kinda want to die and they pay us well.

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      Thinking the police will take everyone out before the cell phones do..

      A new video surfaced Saturday that appears to show a man throwing punches at a California police officer during a scuffle before the man was fatally shot outside of a convenience store.
      Dillan Tabares, 27, has been identified as the man who was fatally shot by a Huntington Beach police officer on Friday morning outside of a 7-Eleven in the beach city.

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