Navy sailors suffer strange deformities after Fukushima exposure — “Testicles swell to size of tennis balls” after pants got so contaminated they set off radiation alarms — “Her arm swelled up, hand looked like baseball mitt” — “His fingers turned yellow, even brown… feet now dark red” (VIDEO)

Published: February 16th, 2015 at 2:42 pm ET
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KOMO 4 News transcript, Feb 11, 2015 (emphasis added): Men and women sworn to serve, now suffering from mysterious health problems… Local rescuers find themselves battling for the truth — and their own survival… They had no idea of what was happening in coastal Fukushima… 3 of 6 nuclear reactors suffered meltdowns, then several explosions… prevailing winds sent most of that radiation over the Pacific, where the 7th Fleet was positioned… the sailors say no one aboard ship took any extra radiation protection measures [for] “probably about a week”… [Aviation Structural Mechanic Ron] Wright remembers one time the scanners went crazy over his trousers. “It was just being like beep, beep, beep, beep… I lost my pants.”… The Navy continuously reassured them… Within a month of Operation Tomodachi… he started experiencing painful swelling in his groin.  He’s undergone 3 surgeries but expects to suffer pain the rest of his life.  Even more frightening — Wright’s diagnosis of varicocele can lead to male infertility.

More on Wright’s health problems: They had to turn in the things that were deemed to be contaminated which were then burned… [He] had to turn in his pants and… walk through the ship in his underwear… “They always told us that we were safe”… One month later, his testicles swelled up to the size of tennis balls… the pain was unbearable… a doctor on board recommended that the young sailor be flown out, partially because he didn’t know what Wright was actually suffering from. Instead, he was given pain killers. And the treatment still hasn’t changed: Neurontin and Percocet… “When I asked if it might have something to do with the radiation from Fukushima, a doctor told me pretty gruffly no,” Wright says… “I have been operated on seven times, always in military hospitals. Nothing has helped. There has been no diagnosis, just the pills.”

  • Endocrine effects of Fukushima: All the endocrine glands are susceptible to damage by radiation exposure; however, pituitary, thyroid and gonads are most likely to be affectedGonads are also profoundly affected by irradiation… [Exposed individuals risk] less sex steroid production and infertility.

Master Chief Petty Officer Leticia Morales: Since 2008, she has been responsible for the flight deck on board the Ronald Reagan and about 100 sailors… In May 2013 [she] suddenly began suffering dizzy spells. Her arm swelled up, her right hand looked like a baseball mitt Her general practitioner told her that there was something serious going on, but they weren’t sure what it was… they found a tumor in her liver. [Last] February, they found a malignant growth in her thyroid gland… In the summer of 2014, she began experiencing cardiac arrhythmia and that autumn, they found metastases in her breast.

Lieutenant Steve Simmons, also on the USS Reagan during 3/11: [A] year after he returned from Japan… muscles began to fail and his hair started falling out by the handful. He got migraines, experienced bloody discharges, became incontinent and his fingers turned yellow, even brown on some days. His feet are now dark red in color and he experiences whole-body spasmshe can no longer walk — and nobody can tell him why.

Watch the KOMO broadcast here

Published: February 16th, 2015 at 2:42 pm ET
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  • dunkilo

    Those responsible for this evil sickness,my you all get the same sickness, in triplicate,and have a painful drawn out death!Then Go to hell, perhaps,not my call.

  • dunkilo

    opps,MAY YOU ALL….

  • dunkilo

    Hav to got anothr prof reader!!;)

  • 富岡_Blue_Heron 富岡_Blue_Heron

    I hope Bonner is able to counter the DOD's contentions. I don't see how they can claim to have calculated individual doses. If said calculations were even partly based on Tepco's figures, then they are arguably as reliable as anybody's cooked books.

    • harv33021

      Cooked books, cooked goose, we will all be fried. They have to stick to the big lie. These people are psychos and they do not give a damn. They are never going to admit to anything and even if they did it won't change the outcome. We are going to be well done before it is all over.

    • We Not They Finally

      Rather than calculating doses, why don't they just look those dying sailors in the face and keep lying to them in person? Televise it so everyone can see it. The people tragically, wrongfully dying, and the liars who shoulder their share of guilt with the lies.

  • razzz razzz

    TEPCO says all the radiation is contained within the harbor. US Navy says fallout aboard ship was never higher than background levels, stayed and sailed off Japan for a month or so. The USS Reagan is a nuclear powered ship, either the US Navy is incompetent or liars. We already know TEPCO is a company of liars, never admitted the meltdowns took place until months later.

    • We Not They Finally

      Crap. Since the Navy is (so wrongfully, but it is) immune from being sued, the LEAST they can do is to support the sailors in their suit against the Japanese. THE LEAST. Tell the truth. Instead of manufacturing new lies which only add insult to deadly injury.

      • We Not They Finally

        Or crapping shut up (I mean, the Navy.) If you can't act like a minimally decent human, the very LEAST you can do is to shut up.

        • ISPC

          Yes. We Not They Finally. TY.

          "Not long after their arrival, they learned of the explosions at Fukushima, but Captain Burke assured them that they weren't in danger."

          "On the morning of March 13, the USS Ronald Reagan reached the Japanese coast and saw the unimaginable devastation for the first time, with houses, cars and debris floating in the water. There were also dead bodies."

          "They did their best not to worry about the invisible danger, but there were occasions when it couldn't be avoided. After they had been stationed off the coast for a few days, for instance, they were suddenly told over the PA system to stop drinking tap water and stop showering." (desalinated ocean water)

          "In the Defense Department report submitted later to Congress, it says that the ship had never been closer than 100 nautical miles to the coast. But that's nonsense, Morales says. She trusts her recollections and says that they had actually operated quite close to the coastline. Only in April did they leave Japan's east coast for Sasebo in the far southwest of the country before heading to Thailand and then to Bahrain."~ Master Chief Petty Officer Leticia Morales

          http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/navy-sailors-possibly-exposed-to-fukushima-radiation-fight-for-justice-a-1016482.html

          I have heard that Lawyers have no Conscience. Apparently, neither does the U.S. Navy, Department of Defense, or Congress. How convenient.

          Peace

  • bo bo

    Where's the KOMO video link? I could only find the link to transcript.

    About swollen hands and radiation.. here's an image of one of the sailors that held a dog that was dosed with Bikini fallout.. in this pic, a navy sailor is holding the dog.

    https://c2.staticflickr.com/6/5090/5331000521_58d9923baa_m.jpg

    Then, later

    http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/images/reviews/76/1072223436.jpg

    The same sailor ( although I don't know if he was the guy in the left or the right ) – his hand is swollen there & both his legs were so swollen they had to be amputated.

    This is from the documentary 'Radio Bikini'
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmyH0cNVhyA&feature=youtube_gdata_player
    The sailor's short account of his symptoms & struggles is all the way at the end @ 51:00

    These visuals tell so much more.. I hope the USSRR sailors don't shy away from exposing this, although I would also understand if they wish privacy.

  • Jack Jack

    The military has shown that their bar is set so low when it comes to collateral damage that even our own are not safe. There is no way that commanding officers were unaware of the situation into which they were sending our best.

    • Most doctors don't know, so how can Army or Navy generals know?

      • Time Is Short Time Is Short

        They will soon enough. There is a lot of Fuku conversation at medical conferences. Things are happening that they've never seen before.

        It will spread.

        As far as the generals and admirals? They train for this stuff, this is nothing they haven't wargamed and planned for. They just pull out a binder and their instructions are inside. Plus a phone call or two from the White House . . .

  • My god, I feel such anger and anguish for the sailors being batted around like so much spent waste while TPTB wait for them to fade away and not be a bother.

    I'm guessing there are helicopter pilots and other personnel whose stories and physical complaints are being minimized too.

    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      Weren't there a team or two of Army guys that actually went in to the melting reactors to retrieve something?

      They must be gone by now.

    • Harv

      I have a family member that flew back and forth from the mainland to the USS Reagan at the time. A ranking officer, a Marine, he was in excellent health. Earlier this year, he was told that he had several medical problems. One was that he had the "arteries of an 80-90 year-old man." He and his wife were shocked. When I mentioned to him last year, before we knew about these problems, that some of the sailors were starting to blame their health problems on radiation, he deflected the blame by saying all of the military people were there, generally, by choice, and they should not blame the government for their problems caused by an unsuspected danger. This past Christmas during our visit, I didn't mention the topic. But he did discussion some fairly intensive tests that he had undergone.

      • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

        Harv, so sorry for his disconnect…from reality!

        The Zeitgeist Matrix is very powerful indeed..says he. 🙁

      • AirSepTech AirSepTech

        I feel for your situation harv, I have the same thing.

        My approach is this. No blame to the military effort, they do the best they can with the info they have, at worst, someone made some bad decisions in the heat of it all. That happens, and you do indeed volunteer and that is clear when you join.

        However, orders for that operation come from the top, in DC, and there is no excuse for them not standing up and being responsible.
        At the very least they should be in the CEO's office of that ragtag company demanding they TAKE responsibility for their actions. That is what should be happening, regardless of who, what, where, why.

        Godspeed to your family, truly difficult times.

      • Rotting from the inside out… yeppers, that is another sign of radiation damage.

    • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

      We should all feel anguish for all those that will die from this ongoing Nuclear Poison onslaught! 🙁

      Shut them all down now! 🙂

      We lost another one! So sad! A non smoker! Thanks Nuclear! 🙁 No party here!
      http://heavy.com/news/2015/02/lesley-gore-dead-lesbian-gay-its-my-party-you-dont-own-me-cancer-age-bio/

  • AirSepTech AirSepTech

    The US Navy has more than 1(one) Aircraft Carrier.

    What are the health problems on/with the Others?

    Typically, life on the Ocean is not like crawling through the jungle like a rat, going door to door playing Mr. Rodgers, or simply being Exposed to anything other than surf and spray.

    So the milliondollarquestion IS ?

    What is the problem And where did it come from ?

    I am sick to death of all this lying shit.

    The DOD will pay for lobotomies before a nickel gets by them.

    If this shit slides, I am done with this country

    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      "If this shit slides, I am done with this country"

      You can be assured, your country is done with you. All of us.

    • Bay Area Guy 2

      AirSep…..your comment about one nuclear powered carrier is very cogent. For if the Navy is saying these sailors didn't get their conditions from exposure to Fukushima radiation, then where did they get it? If there are no other reports of sailors on other carriers having similar symptoms, is the Reagan's reactor shielding perhaps inadequate? I'm guessing they would say no to that one.

      So, the million dollar question that no one in the media seems to be able to ask is simple. If these people didn't get their conditions from Fukushima, where did they get them?

      • AirSepTech AirSepTech

        Yes, there are small, very simple details, that can yield huge answers.

        A carrier is almost 1/4 mile long, takes miles to turnaround under its own power. All have to coordinate, it is not simple, there is protocol to prevent accidents.

        Other ships in the group, while close, may easily miss a 'plume'.
        Or sail directly into it to follow the group

        What was the weather: wind, pressure, temp., did it change. Sometimes it is like 'campfire dodge the smoke' dancing around to follow the wind direction.

        Were there any 'operational' factors: Other ships(other countries), political factors, etc. that influenced decisions. Warships are always ready, close to USSR, No. Korea, etc

        Detection gear, working, not, calibrated, believed/blown off as wrong? Happens all the time.

        There could easy be several things, embarrassing things.
        DOD vs DOE is certainly plausible.

        Somebody is a liar. We will see.

    • Shaker1

      When news of this first began to pop up and I see the blame being tossed around blaming everyone from just short of god to the devil, I did a little logic exercise that told me beyond the first hours of so with each passing hour they took part in blame for any repurcussions to our forces. With each hour they assumed more and more for themselves for those repurcussions until it got to the point that, beyond those in the vicinity at the time who couldn't possibly avoid it, the majority of blame is theirs. One can talk of 'Tepco's lies' all one wants. If the military relied upon that, they deserve blame for being stupid. It's one thing to wave the FOIA of the NRC's panic and claim that the military had no more information than the NRC did, but that claim in itself is ludicrous considering we've been monitoring N. Korea for years for the same type of information, and in ways we (the pubic) don't even know about. I believe this little thought trail be assumed until proven otherwise, but they also won't do that, will they?

    • PurpleRain PurpleRain

      I can't help wonder how we have all this video footage of Fukushima .. and of the tsunami… from air… before and during the events?

      • DebbyS-AbqNM DebbyS-AbqNM

        PR, I've seen footage that seems to have been taken from roof tops and from hillsides, maybe even mountaintops. Traffic cams and other kinds of webcams, too. In Youtube search "fukushima tsunami" to see what I mean. Scary stuff for people watching from the tops of multi-story buildings as the waters rush in and by them…

  • venti

    Swollen testicles are a symptom of Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)
    http://www.nbihealth.com/t-aboutaml.aspx

  • earthsmith earthsmith

    Nobody can tell them why…….because they are a bunch of money hoarding look at me sh#tbag loser golden kneepad having cowards. Though I never want to harm anyone I would take these doctors, experts and leaders of ours and drag them to FUKU roll them all around in the crap for weeks then see what they think of there symptoms and let the sailors decide their treatment

  • I found a wordpress app that allows me to put itsanuclearwar on "hide" so I hope no one is offended if I stop 100% any type of response to whatever itsa is.

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    It's going to slide and has slid since 1945 and money and control always trumps those that might die.. 🙁

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Not a wise decision. 🙁

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Well then, their time left on this Earth, will certainly be shortened.. 🙁

  • MaidenHeaven MaidenHeaven

    North American Energy power bloc capable of aggressively taking on Russia, China, and other foreign challengers.

    "Republican-style North Americanism is, in fact, an amalgam of two intersecting urges. The first of them involves a quest by U.S.-based giant oil companies to gain greater access to the oil and natural gas reserves of Canada and Mexico; the second, a drive by neoconservatives and national security hawks in Washington to rev up Cold War 2.0, while stepping up combat with both Iran and the Islamic State."

    The New Cold War .."Now, imagine a second river of energy exuberance flowing into Big Oil’s strategic vision. This would be the reinvigorated Cold War stance of Republican hawks and neocons. Led by Senator John McCain (now chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee), these advocates for an ever more aggressive foreign/military policy are pushing the idea that a series of foreign adversaries — Russia, China, Iran, and Islamic terrorists — are ratcheting up the dangers for this country and that the Obama administration’s response is woefully feeble."

    "This strange, chilling vision of an American (and global) future was succinctly described by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in a remarkable Washington Post op-ed in March 2014. She essentially called for North America to flood the global energy market, causing a plunge in oil prices and bankrupting the Russians…
    cont.

  • or-well

    Sailors can't sue navy but can sue Tepco in US court.

    Presumably, Tepco can call US Navy reps as witnesses.

    While US navy may not back their own, some specifics will – presumably – be forced out of them.

    I wonder how many years it might drag on and how much media coverage it will get.

    • Time Is Short Time Is Short

      The companies and governments involved are hoping they all die first. Then they will settle out of court for far less money with the families after they sign confidentiality agreements.

      And all the sailors want is good medical care. They know they won't live to spend the money. They just want good care.

      The nuclear boot is on their necks, crushing them.

  • Cisco Cisco

    Welcome to to good ole USA where our Congress never forgets to tell us how much they "support the troops". This is another of many official US lies, and it is sickening, sad and iniquitous.

    The military fought to the last day before connecting the dots and acknowledging that exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam caused a variety of diseases and later mutations. In fact, I'm not sure that it was ever admitted; however, the VA is treating some of those affected under the cover of…"mysterious" and "unknown" causation. We all know that bullsh#t strategy…what's causing the West coast animal die-offs; it's a mystery, they just don't have a clue.

    The refuse to admit that oil fires and DU exposure in the Gulf War were a cause of disease and later mutations; and, the same is true for the Iraq War. And what does our Military, and more importantly Congress do…ZERO!

    They will never admit radiation exposure was/is the cause of the cancers and other autoimmune diseases and mutations that the sailors, [the sailors/troops Congress nauseatingly claims to support], are currently falling ill to.

    The truth is the end to their control; and, the truth is the end of them and us in the very near term.

    Is this a great country ot what? I think not!

  • Hey Jimmy C, the Concashill and Rod Adams (a real rod IMHO) are having a big ol Kumbaya session at Forbes on Small Modular Reactors.

    Stop in, the red koolaid is flowing fine.

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/jamesconca/2015/02/16/can-smrs-lead-the-u-s-into-a-clean-energy-future/

  • I wonder, is it, eh, standard procedure to burn radioactive clothing? Who gave that order? Based on what science?

    Or was it actually just a run of the mill destroying-evidence?

  • obewanspeaks obewanspeaks

    Must always destroy all evidence, whether the evidence is dead or alive.. 🙁

  • rogerthat

    ''… please tell. Please help me…''

    http://ameblo.jp/kitakyu-mamoru/entry-11990551048.html

    Miko”, evacuee from Iwaki City, Fukushima:
    2015-02-16

    – i do hope everyone here reads this.

  • rogerthat

    http://cisac.fsi.stanford.edu/events/“reset”-us-nuclear-waste-management

    Reset of U.S. Nuclear Waste Management Strategy and Policy

    February 17, 2015 8:30 AM – February 18, 2015 4:45 PM
    CISAC Central Conference Room
    Encina Hall
    616 Serra Street,
    Stanford, CA 94305
    FSI Contact
    Aparna Surendra
    aparnas1@stanford.edu
    The United States’ strategy for the storage and disposal of highly radioactive nuclear waste is at a stalemate: spent nuclear fuel accumulates at nuclear power plants, yet there is no long-term, national strategy for spent fuel management and disposal.

    A federal commission emphasized the urgency of finding a geologic repository, but work on the proposed site — Yucca Mountain – has stopped and its fate is unclear. The political impasse has overwhelmed meaningful discussion of technical, risk management and other policy questions.

    To inform efforts to reset the U.S. nuclear waste program, Professor Rod Ewing, with the support of FSI, the Precourt Institute for Energy, and the Center for International Security and Cooperation, has convened a group of international experts to examine nuclear waste management strategies with fresh eyes. …

  • rogerthat

    https://shamelesshousewife.wordpress.com

    North America’s Dirty Secret Is Leaking Out (And It Could Affect Us All)
    Posted on February 16, 2015

    Forget Fukushima, we have our own nuclear concerns right here at home and the effects could be reaching inside your refrigerator.

    Last year we were preparing to return to Yakima, Washington for a much anticipated camping trip. We had vacationed there 6 months before and were captivated by the beauty of the fertile fields and soft desert hills which somersaulted into the distance.

    Land was cheap and this could easily be an area to put down roots deep into the rich soil to build our homestead. Only three hours from the bustling Seattle core there was farmland all around and fruit stands overflowing with a variety of locally grown produce. Even the plots of land boasted their wares proudly with signs identifying what was growing within their borders; apples, potatoes, grapes, cherries, pears…

    The varieties were endless in this region. Moving here was going to be the American dream for us until I found that article.

    The title mentioned a higher rate of birth defects in Washington State and piqued my interest as to why. Reading though the article left me with more questions than answers and a sick feeling in my stomach as I read Benton, Franklin and Yakima were the three counties affected by the major spike…

  • rogerthat

    I have no idea why this should show up on a google search for hanford waste with a past 24-hour time frame. it was written in 1960. still, it might interest someone:

    http://www.osti.gov/scitech/biblio/4175848

    OFF-PROJECT EXPOSURE FROM HANFORD REACTOR EFFLUENT
    A review of data on the discharge of reactor effluent water to the Columbia River, including calculated and measured radioactivity downstream, relative to permissible limits was made. A description of the quantities of radionuclides in the river was given. Calculated and measured exposures from drinking Columbia River water are presented. The exposure from the consumption of foods is estimated. A description is given of the distribution of Columbia River water in the ocean. The radionuclide content of marine organisms was investigated. (auth)
    Authors:
    Foster, R.F.; Junkins, R.L.
    Publication Date:
    1960-02-01 …

      • jec jec

        Lots on nuclear plans in the snips. But most informative is the Japanese company marketing their thyroid cancer drug, Lenvima, for DEFUSED thyroid cancer which means METASTIZED cancer in other organs. Sure sounds like the company had to fast track the drug and bet that was caused by Fukushima radiation guinea pigs. The cancer caused by radiation is very fast to spread..and since Japan is not testing early, and the children now have cancer in lymph notes (spread into the body) — they had to do something. These kind of drugs need lots of years for human testing due to the lack of subjects –in the past or before 311. Now they have thousands of test subjects. Japan will make its next trillions on cancer drugs caused by Fukushima.

      • jec jec

        1200 pc/gr of gamma radiation for plankton??? Washington State, per discussion, due to Hanford WA radiation. This is at the river mouth, year 1959. Wonder what it is now!!! Good document and data, old report at least gives some sort of baseline. Good find, Dr Goodheart, rodgerthat!

        • Socrates

          Maybe Dana is seeing this Hanford stuff more than the Fukie stuff.

          • AirSepTech AirSepTech

            I find that very disturbing as well, Socrates.

            Very easy to sit on hands, do nothing of value, let Fuku hysteria discredit itself, or dilute the reality of known and or ignored other factors.

            I place nothing above the plan or opportunity of a few, greed driven, well indoctrinated, game players.

  • Socrates

    The corporate motto is to place profits over safety. This requires several things to happen first to make this business practice profitable. First is to capture or offshore regulation. Second is to limit liability through tort reform (Remember to hate lawyers because that helps industry). Third is to make campaign contributions to politicians. Fourth is to select a product where long latency periods between use or 3rd sure and resulting mortality and morbidity makes proof of causation difficult or impossible in court. Fifth is to achieve a consensus among friendly scientists who will shill for industry. Sixth is to incorporate the bad science into industry-friendly protocols like ICRP formulated before DA was discovered. Sixth is to use the revolving door where industry and regulators flow back and forth. Seventh is to make people feel guilty for suing, e.g., if your family is run over by a truck, you should not sue – what kind of person are you?

    Radium workers were usually young women. When they got terrible cancers of the jaw from liking the brushes they used to paint numbers on watches, industry claimed that they had syphilis from being promiscuous.

    Remember: lawyers are all really bad people; regulators will immediately jail bad guys; politicians are never influenced by campaign contributions. Your government will look out for your best interests without juries. (Sarcasm).

    The power of the jury is awesome. Use it.

  • Socrates

    The article from Zero Hedge about HSBC illustrates the reality that just because something is profitable it is not sacred. Max Keiser spoke about this and other banks that are Ponzi schemes with terrorist funding, money laundering, and drug money.

    The banking and energy cartels are driving us towards extinction. They are too big to fail and too big to jail. The nuclear cartel is just one facet of the problem.

    But we all knew this. Some did not know that the military would downplay toxic exposures. They did in Vietnam. They did in above-ground testing. Iraq is suing for DU and other exposures dating back to 1991. Who legalized DU? Follow the money. That is how capitalism works – see who profits and all questions are answered. There might be a secret society or two but that is all a fraternity more or less.

    • Socrates
      I'm seeing an uptick of breast cancers and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, both aggressive in people I know

      I am seeing reduced tolerance for chemotherapy.

      I wonder whether these incidents are representative of a trend. Any insights?

      Project Gabriel, Sunshine, and BEAR (biological effects of atomic radiation 1956)

      • We Not They Finally

        Regettably, Majia, may just be where you LIVE and the rads. We have a close friend in Pittsburgh diagnosed with TWO separate cancers just 2/12 years in — one thyroid, which is still rare, and the other lymphoma in the lung, for a non-smoker. They delayed surgery on the thyroid because they thought it contained to one lymph node, but they could not clearly MRI the lung. The delay caused the thyroid can to go to stage four — thankfully, she has great holistic treatment and we are more optimistic than we expected. But it was only last summer that we learned that for ONLY reasons of the wind currents at the time, Pittsburgh (where she lives) was one of the cities hit worst by the first incoming plume.

        We have another friend in Salt Lake who tells us she has been losing a friend a week since the turn of the year — and freaky stuff, like sudden fatal heart attack for someone with no history. One friend thought she was coming down the flu one say and the next day she was dead. Then I looked and realized that the EPA had turned the monitors off for Salt Lake following some spikes.

        We read your post about symptoms where you are, all at once by surprise, with dismay. You are SO knowledgable (obviously) but hope you are doing regular prevention like liposomal vitamin C (uptakes the absorbability from 20% to 80-90%), and baking soda in a little water twice a day — alkalizes the body so cancer cannot develop.

        The best to your friends. No one deserves this.

      • bowling

        @majia
        When it rains here and there it can go up to 300cpm or more according to environreporter, radcast ,anecdotal, and my own readings. This has been going on for 3 years. I have seen cancer clusters. Many in my opinion are because of drinking water contamination especially lymphomas and breast cancer. There has certainly been enough contamination of water supplies to do this after 3 years. I think the tumors in the people you are talking about must be more aggressive which means the chemotherapy regimens have to be more aggressive and in many cases therefore more toxic.

      • bowling

        @majia. nevada is one of the most nuclear contaminated places in country could you comment on this majia. like many cancer studies in the us and dobe by cdc refuse to use radiaFallon, Churchill County, NV: In 2000, a health care provider notified public health officials of a cluster of childhood leukemias around the city of Fallon. Between 1997 and 2002, 16 children were diagnosed with leukemia; a rate 12 times higher than expected (Steinmaus et al. 2004). For comparison, in the preceding 20 years, there was only one childhood leukemia case among Churchill County residents. This cancer cluster is one of the largest pediatric leukemia clusters in US history (Rubin et al. 2007). The dramatic increase in leukemia cases in a short time period, and in a relatively small population, highlights the extremely unusual nature of this cancer cluster. Despite years of biologic and environmental testing and multiple epidemiological studies, no common cause has been identified to link these leukemia cases and no exposure consistent with leukemia risk has been identified in Fallon (Rubin et al. 2007).tion word

  • wetpwcas1 wetpwcas1

    To all the fine folks who comment & leave the links to so much good info, I want to explain what I experanced in medical care in Navl hospitals & a Air Force hospital. Then compare what I saw in the 5 years in the VA hospitals. I had a compound fracture of the Tibia/Fibia mid-shalf. The hospital at NTC Orlando, FL., I received treatment on a scale of 1 to 10, NTC Orlando was a 10, they had all my past records from my last duty aboard a nuclear guided missle cuisrer, my work station of 16 hours days on the ship with a shipmate was located beside reactor 1, we could hear the workers talk through the bulk head very clear, our dose meters never worked & this was in my medical records as we reported this in the chain of command & the ships doctors was making waves & he was transferred, but not before he had wrote this in both of Robs & my medical records & made us both copies & told us to keep them safe & if we went on leave to carry them home & store in safe place & make copies for other family members for back up. Now back to NTC Naval Hospital, I was in a room where you had to come 3 doors, each to ensure no germs were brought in. The fracture was so bad the doctor had to remove 5 inches of the Tibia & my leg was laid open where he had a flow of antibiotics non stop as I was being feed a great food to keep my strength up for a series of bone grafts & completed with fine results, no infection or rejection of the steel plate. I needed a 2 by 2 skin graft but the hospital did not

  • wetpwcas1 wetpwcas1

    cont- have the equipment, I was to be transported to the best hospital in Oralndo when a new CO over the Orthpetics took over & cancel my doctors orders & said I would transferred to Norfork Naval hospital against the wishes of my doctor & head nurse. In No F###k VA, I was put in a open bay ward, were the filth & smeel was so bad I threw up as I was wheel into the nurses station, I found out right away there was a massive drug ring going with doctors, nurses, MP's all in on it & a few patients also. The next day I went to surgery where the OR was under construction, dust flying & I was awake the entire time as I had a leg block. 2 hours later in recovery I over heard the nurses taking about the on going drug ring on the floor I was on & the high rate of infections the patients did have before but just after a few days each patient that came in was now infected with 4 types of infection & I was next & that was 1981, I still have the same infection a form of blood cancer, my ship mate also has the same blood cancer called PV.
    I tried the chain of command & got no where, I called NTC Oralndo & got in touch with the head nurse where I had got to know as a friend & told her what was going on. She made a call to the FBI in Norfork & they did a sting & busted more than 220 nurses, doctors, Mp's & patients & I got transferred back to NTC Orlando. The infection was so bad I had to have many surgeries to get the infected bone out & massive amounts of antibiotics & on top of that…

  • wetpwcas1 wetpwcas1

    cont-3, the navy sent in agents trying to sell me drugs & all sorts of schemes to entrap me to boot me out of the Navy, my record was perfect & now I was under attack by the Navy, I liked 11 days to have enough time for 1/2 retirement & they discharged me under medical with full honor's, plus 100% disability & sent to the VA in Gainesville, FL., where I got a fine surgeon, the place was clean & some the best care I have ever received, until the Ghramn-Rutman Bill was passed by congress, they took my service connected disability away because my medical records had been wiped clean of the Nor fork hospital stay & the huge bust & in place it read due to my own misconduct I caught the infection by not following doctors orders. I have been in a fight with the VA still today, 60 plus surgeries later I still have the infection & have not got back my service connected disability while men who claim they are drug heads & Sex addicts get 100%, plus the records from the ship's doctor are said to be phony as he was never in the military.
    The PV was found by my family practice doctor I have been seeing for over 25 years & VA will not even run test to check it out, the corruption in the DOD & DOE go hand in hand along with all the over agencies, congress, the court system, congress, state & local governments. sorry for the misspelling, I know what these people of the 7th fleet are facing & it's not pretty, in fact it's down right a place where humane treatment does exist!

    • DebbyS-AbqNM DebbyS-AbqNM

      W1, I think it's time for you to write a book with as many details and references as you can; pictures, documentation, testimonials, etc. If no one will publish it, give your friends & relatives copies of the manuscript, then rename it, change the names and call it "fiction" and sell *that*. Hollywood might make a movie with a happier ending than you've had so far…

  • We Not They Finally

    If it were me in control of the media, I'd put this one article all across the screens of every channel of every t.v.. Then a big sign underneath, "NOW do you care, America? You STILL don't care?" Then hopefully enough of the population would be embarrassed out of their hypnosis. Their coveted "entertainment life style" would not be so entertaining anymore.

  • We Not They Finally

    I can certainly think of people who deserve to suffer….My wife is kinder and nicer…Im just plain horified.If the law of karma holds these intentional non human creatures will wonder in the wasteland of eternal hell forever…

  • rogerthat

    http://www.law360.com/articles/621242/ge-argues-sailors-1b-fukushima-suit-doesn-t-belong-in-us

    GE Argues Sailors' $1B Fukushima Suit Doesn't Belong In US
    By Juan Carlos Rodriguez

    Law360, New York (February 12, 2015, 6:51 PM ET) — General Electric Co. on Wednesday asked a California federal judge to toss a lawsuit accusing it of designing faulty nuclear reactors that were damaged in a 2011 tsunami that hit Japan, arguing the U.S. sailors who were allegedly injured during the response can’t bring their $1 billion suit in this country.

    GE said the plaintiffs are asking the court to “do something extraordinary and unprecedented” — award damages under domestic law for alleged exposure to radiation emitted by a foreign nuclear power plant that was owned…

  • rogerthat

    http://focustaiwan.tw/news/aeco/201502170011.aspx

    Taipower invites foreign bids for processing spent nuclear fuel
    2015/02/17 21:56:00

    … several civic groups, including Mom Loves Taiwan and Green Citizens' Action Alliance, lodged strong protests, saying that it is "absurd" to send fuel rods overseas for reprocessing because Taiwan will no longer build nuclear power plants.

    Storage space for spent nuclear fuel at the first and second nuclear power plants is running out and will be fully used up from early 2016…

    Mom Loves Taiwan said that sending spent fuel rods overseas is an attempt by Taipower to extend the service of the first and second nuclear power plants and is typical of its "under-the-table" approach in dealing with spent nuclear fuel rods. …

  • harv33021

    I have had my share of VA bs which included trying to declare me incapable of handling my own finances which strips me of my right vote, sign contracts and own a gun. This was being done behind my back. When I discovered what was going on I said I was going to the press and getting a lawyer. They backed off but still had the cops investigate me. They don't want Vets to have guns….I have been involved with alternative medicine for 18 years and only use the VA for blood test and glasses and don't take any of their drugs….Here is a suggestion PV is bad news and if I had it the very first thing I would do is start taking MMS. It has been known to cure the incurable. It is for serious problems and you qualify. The FDA is trying to put people in jail for promoting this mineral which is used to purify water world wide. MMS has been proven to cure malaria 100% of the time in less than 48 hours and it cost pennies. Malaria kills more people than any other disease in the world and Big Pharma wants this suppressed. I would also hit the PV with ozone shots or an IV. I would get a PEMF device called Earthpulse. By the way ozone and MMS have also wiped out Ebola but you will not read or hear about that on the news…. I don't make any money on this stuff but I have a EarthPulse device and I use MMS everyday and ozone when I think I need it. This stuff will build up your immune system and you body will and your body will do the rest. You need to do the research on your…

  • ISPC

    Yes. I would suggest that the Globalist Elite's plan to Depopulate Planet Earth is Progressing Swimmingly. Thank you U.S. Government; for all that you do to protect the American People. (sarc)

    William Casey (CIA Director), "We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false."

    "I am the source for this quote, which was indeed said by CIA Director William Casey at an early February 1981 meeting of the newly elected President Reagan with his new cabinet secretaries to report to him on what they had learned about their agencies in the first couple of weeks of the administration." ~ Barbara Honneger

    http://www.quora.com/Did-William-Casey-CIA-Director-really-say-Well-know-our-disinformation-program-is-complete-when-everything-the-American-public-believes-is-false

    "I want to be very clear. We do not expect harmful levels of radiation to reach the United States, whether it's the West Coast, Hawaii, Alaska or U.S. territories in the Pacific," Obama said.(the President of the United States)

    "Public health experts do not recommend that people in the United States take precautionary measures beyond staying informed," the President said. (then, the radiation monitors are turned off, and Fukushima is never mentioned again by "the Prez.")

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/japan-nuclear-crisis-president-obama-reassures-jittery-americans-radiation-poses-no-danger-article-1.124636

    Nothing to see here…

  • harv33021

    There have been no knew comments on this subject for about 20 hours. That seems strange….Are comments being limited?

  • harv33021

    Sorry "NEW" not knew….I no that. Huh, what.

  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Praising Jesus

    The cover-up on March 13, 2011

    Inside Story – Japan's looming nuclear crisis
    Mar 13, 2011

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vg8_xPbCFs8

  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Praising Jesus

    Fukushima History 3: The Early Days
    Jan 22, 2014
    “Philippines Carnage Direct Result of Fukushima Radiation
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sabVRft-Q4Y ….”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0ygm79eDfc

  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar Praising Jesus

    More indication of the initial cover-up:

    Mar. 12, 2011
    “…NHK English is currently reporting that the hydrogen explosion didn't rupture the containment vessel. (Albeit the outer wall of the building) From what I know of these things, that's pretty much where it would be expected to happen – given that they try to vent the steam 'under the dome' rather than to the outside?…”
    https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/japan-earthquake-nuclear-plants.480200/page-2

  • SadieDog

    Removed for 8-9 year old offenses?
    The three officers are:

    Rear Adm. Michael Miller, then-Commander, Carrier Strike Group 7 embarked on the Reagan. Miller is currently serving as a special assistant to the Superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy.
    Rear Adm. Terry Kraft, then-Commanding Officer of the Reagan. Kraft is currently serving as Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Japan and Commander, Navy Region Japan.
    Rear Adm. David Pimpo, then-supply officer of the Reagan. Pimpo is currently serving as Commander, Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support.

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