Radio: Experts warn ocean currents spreading Fukushima contamination across world — Official 4,000 miles away: Radiation in seafood imports increased noticeably; Time for all stakeholders to be on alert (AUDIO)

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VR Connect — Voice of Russia, Dec. 26, 2013: Radio VR asked analysts how grave the situation is at the Fukushima power plant — and well, the answer is not comforting. Experts warn, due to the currents of the world’s oceans, radiation from the crippled nuclear power plant is spreading across the world, affecting flora and fauna. Apparently, everyone is in danger since, for instance, the fish caught in the contaminated waters may have been delivered anywhere. In essence, the Fukushima disaster is worse than Chernobyl.

Voice of Russia, Dec. 25, 2013: Fukushima is worse than Chernobyl: radiation affects fish, World Ocean, West Coast – experts [...] some of the reactor nuclear decay products made it to the ocean, rather than to the air, as was the case in Chernobyl in 1986. Currents take harmful agents to great distances, so the seafood and fish that are caught in the contaminated currents even in other parts of the world may still prove a health hazard, says the Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Natural Resources, Maxim Shingarkin. [...]

The Island, Dec. 25, 2013: Seafood imports from Japan indicate radiation contamination [...] Atomic Energy Authority (AEA) National Project Coordinator, Director Life Sciences Head Wijeya A. Waduge said yesterday the study had been carried out with technical know-how from the International Atomic Energy Authority (IAEA). Following the study, Sri Lanka [~4,300 miles from Fukushima, Japan] had successfully established baseline data for marine radioactivity around it, he said, noting that Sri Lanka had not reached the radiation danger zone, but it was time for all relevant stakeholders to be on the alert ["The finding of this work will definitely be of immense use in the future," he added]. Waduge said that radiation levels, particularly in seafood items imported from Japan, had noticeably increased. [...] radiation levels were below the danger level of 100 Becquerel [Bq/kg], with the readings indicating the level varying between 15 and 20 [...]

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70 comments to Radio: Experts warn ocean currents spreading Fukushima contamination across world — Official 4,000 miles away: Radiation in seafood imports increased noticeably; Time for all stakeholders to be on alert (AUDIO)

  • harengus_acidophilus

    Step by step …

    You can't hide the truth forever.

    h.


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  • Shaker1

    Interesting way to say it, isn't it? "all relevant stakeholders…"


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  • And we will not help them by being so afraid or too frustrated to keep getting the rad word out. Every bulletin board we can find… We are still all stakeholders in this wacky place we call life.

    Japan Radiation Memo to All Citizens PDF
    http://tinyurl.com/Japan-Radiation-Citizens-Memo

    Japan Radiation Memo in JPEG (for social media upload)
    http://tinyurl.com/Japan-Radiation-Memo-JPEG


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    • unincredulous unincredulous

      Are you on the official stakeholders list? Enter your password here: ______________________


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    • Sparky Sparky

      @chemfood, You've developed an excellent citizen alert. Thank you! I'd like to localize this. For example, "…is reaching the west coast of North America, including [NAME of locality]…." I think this approach would more readily get the attention of people.

      Also, I'd like to add practical suggestions for people as to how to minimize their exposures. For example, stay out of the rain, leave your shoes and outerwear outside of the main living area, take a vitamin supplement to ensure adequate intake of iodine, calcium, and antioxidants, etc. In addition to raising awareness, I think people need some practical suggestions as to how to deal with this. I can't tell you the number of times I've broached this subject with family, friends, colleagues, and invariably their response is, "Well, we can't do much about radiation because its everywhere." or something of the sort. I think adding practical information, regardless of whether they log-on to Enenews, will be beneficial. Also, once they get "here", some may still be intimidated or lost, given the variety, intensity, and technical content here on Enenews. There are no "sign posts" on Enenews for the casual visitor to get oriented as to what the issues, circumstances and appropriate response (however limited) might be.

      Any possibility that we could get this in MSWord format for easy, localized modification? I'd be happy to blanket our local shopping plaza with your locally modified alert.


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  • ftlt

    What the Hawaii readings these days????


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  • name999 name999

    that PDF is great and I will be taking them around to places next week…


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  • shamwow shamwow

    Jared Diamond in the "Rise and Death of Civilizations" writes about the inability of mankind to steer a different course even when presented with facts that continuing to do what we are doing will lead to collapse or disaster.

    The natives on Easter Island cut down the last tree which meant the end of boat building ergo fishing. The trees had fruit the natives ate which was now also removed as a food source so they ended up eating each other.

    We have learned nothing. We developed technology to provide energy with the risk that once containment is breached it cannot be stopped. That in the worst scenario we will all get radiation poisoning and possibly die.

    Now the nuclear genie is out of the bag and the currents carry the poison around the world. Fate is cruel. Not learning from past mistakes will be our undoing just like the people of Easter Island destroyed themselves. Except we might take the whole planet down this time.


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    • Questionit

      I saw an article that China had 29 reactors currently in construction, 15 already built and 50 more in design.

      If that is correct the number is large and happening almost overnight.

      The 29 are coastal.

      China is also said to be opening the door to build their reactors in other countries who are developing and want energy. I'm not sure how a developing country could afford one.


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  • Ontological Ontological

    I have observed a major ripple in the upper class. Murmurings of get out now while you can in the wind of their conversations. The bottom line always gets their collective attentions. I guess in there tiny minds, alerts only apply to the bank account balances. Well ELites, be alert, the world needs more lerts.


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    • Ontological Ontological

      Speaking of alerts, my radiation alarm is rhythmically peaking. It's strange because the NET. only (I know only) shows outside readings of 210+ Beta peaks. They never have listened to the people here. I am willing to make the claim, each time this happens, we feel horrible due a wave of nausea. And many are accompanied by a large/heavy vehicle rumbling on by I think they are already depositing nuclear waste in Mercury NV and using the local routes here to deliver the goods to the deep sands of the NV test site.


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        • Ontological Ontological

          Well Anne I would say for the last 2 months they are already transporting. Thanks for the note. Same as what happens in Las Vegas stays in Las Vegas, Unka Sam does what Unka Sam wants here in this desert. O'Bummer just let the cat out of the bag, the fact that area 51 really does exist. We can here the retro thrusters on Groom Lake landing strip from the 737 JANET flights that transport personnel from McCarran. The govt. has had it's fly unzipped for 4 years anyways, they did not modify the JANET aircrafts for the muffled noise limitations of commercial aircraft.


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        • Sparky Sparky

          God, that so completely, unconditionally SUCKS! Also, "Some critics have noted the DOE quietly changed its waste-acceptance criteria in May so that the Oak Ridge canisters could be disposed of as low-level waste that’s five times more radioactive than previously allowed." Damn! Where have we seen that approach before??!! Just tinker with the criteria for "safe" radiation exposure, radiation contamination in drinking water, "low level radioactive waste", the definition of "cancer", and the government, insurers, nuclear-corporate.gov can pretty much do whatever they want to, whatever is profitable, expedient.

          I'm sorry this is in your backyard, Ontological, and I'm sorry for all the rest of us on the receiving end of this assault on public and environmental health. Very depressing! :-(


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    • unincredulous unincredulous

      I have known very few rich people, but I worked for a rich man and it was very frustrating. Working as a handyman, I was able to speak to him, and he was quite the talker, but not much of a listener. Every once in a while he would start talking like one of the heroes in a Louis L'Amour novel, waxing romantic about life. He said he was my friend, but I learned different. On the phone he would refer to me as "my guy" seemingly aware that I was his "worker." I wouldn't mind that, except he would act like he was my friend, always trying to fill me with his "philosophy." But what I look for in a friend I did not find. I don't ask for much because I have learned it is disappointing. Even in my poor or lower middle class friends. I only ask to share the most important things on my mind and have a half-ass two way conversation about these things.

      When I told him about the Bayou Corne sinkhole, and the salt dome disaster at Lake Pigneur, he thought I was making it up, and told me so. I told him to google Lake Pigneur disaster and he would find a really interesting video about the lake that disappeared and the river that flowed backwards, the eleven barges that were sucked underground, along with four eighteen wheelers. Later, I asked if he had checked it out. He said he "didn't think he would waste any time on that. He didn't believe it was worth listening about the Japan nuclear disaster that may make life on this earth impossible, either.

      So, if there is a…


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      • unincredulous unincredulous

        So, if there is a change in the elite's attitude, it must have been a million million little people voices finally getting through their thickly ego-cemented heads. They do not believe in common sense. Once they make a million or more dollars, they think they know it ALL. If you don't have money, believe me, they think you are 99 percent reciever, and 1 percent broadcaster. That one percent you broadcast is only given for you to acknowledge their superiority.

        Don't mean to generalize. I knew only one rich man. Now I am gone. He wanted more and more and more for his minimum wage, and told me to get a raise I would have to provide "better service."
        I found that impossible since he would not listen to me. I plainly spoke the solution to one of his problems, and thick as a brick he loaded up his problem on a trailer, and drove fifty miles to "his mechanic," who told him the same thing. He got all jolly when "his mechanic" fixed the problem, and proceeded to buy me lunch to soften my "dumbass" feelings of inferiority, I guess. For the fifth time he asked if I believed in a higher power, and all that 12 steps crap. I am not even an alcoholic. For the fifth time I told him I was the same religious faith as he was. He wasn't my friend, he did not even know me after 10 months. He was a brainwashed money making machine. Still, I hopes he doesn't die of this radiation crap.


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        • tbg

          Its true, every rich person I ever ever personally known was a total douche, screw you over for a dollar and thats very true, always wanting to be your friend if they have to deal with you on an interpersonal level, yet truly believing they are somehow smarter or better than you. Its actually pretty amusing in person. I think that having a lot of money can change your brain chemistry, like other things that can alter brain chemistry, like extreme grief, or abuse or ptsd. I think in addition to an amusing sense of superiority because they have something other people dont, some rich people also get paranoid that everyone wants their money. Probably because this is america, and everyone wants your money, even the people that dont have any. Shocker!!
          Not that I think all rich people are awful, Im sure there have got to be good ones out there, its the law of odds, but none of the rich people Ive known thru my years were honest or respectable people. And truly some will do the most hideous things imaginable for money and often petty sums, like spreading inhalable plutonium all over the world, poisoning the entire ocean, possibly breaking human dna so there are no viable offspring in 4 generations. That's why the 1% are running up all the markets now, just look, Everything is UP, they own it all, banks businesses bonds and buildings so run it all sky high before the fuku bubble pops.


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        • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

          @unincredulous: great story! Have to agree with all you've said. I've been around these 'people', both professionally and socially, and they exude self-importance from every pore. A family member is a multimillionaire (mere pittance) and thinks they're the bell-of-the-ball, at family gatherings. It's actually sad what happens to people, who've acquired wealth. Not only do they have the means to pursue their dreams, they're more-often-than-not condemned to protecting allowed them so many options…

          Awesome story…thanks!


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          • julio

            Happy New Year, enenews community, and thanks for the many hours of thoughtful, humorous, and smart commentary, on & off topic….. Yes, I'll validate your 2 cents Aftershock, and the OP's comment too. I am someone who lives extremely modestly and has no respect for the high consumption/high maintenance lifestyle. I live in small digs, drive a 15 year old tiny engine car, and believe that the best things in life are free. One of my siblings is ashamed of me because I did not "succeed" in life, e.g., I did not collect a degree from a prestigious school, and I did not achieve millionaire status. Most of the rich I know challenge me to hold my stomach contents.


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        • bo bo

          'Still, I hopes he doesn't die of this radiation crap.' :**(

          My company makes more and more money every year and we never get a raise and the employee xmas gift gets smaller and smaller every year.


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      • Hot and Bothered Hot and Bothered

        Oh man, that Lake Pigneur story is wild!
        I've shown a bunch of my friends and they were all flabbergasted!
        Thanks unneeded big oil, For fun times like the Lake Pigneur event!


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    • Ontological Ontological

      Even if I wanted to be rich, and I don't, (minimalist) in my situation, not likely! @ you guys bashing the ELitE, correct they own everything now. We little taxpayers are going to be screwed big time by the IRS, taxes this year are gonna be killer I am sure. They deregulated our protection away long ago, so were all just cattle/sheep in a holding pen, the throat slitter is at the signpost up ahead.
      Were RAD spiking yet again, dang alarm has gone off every 5 to 10 minutes today. Weird how our background goes way low, then hovers, and goes right back up again. The peaks are becoming longer in duration.


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  • gfv

    stakeholders is the term used in nukespeak to refer to any neighbor of any atomic reactor… unless I am mistaken…Happy healthy new year to all…gfv


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    • unincredulous unincredulous

      I first noticed the term "stakeholders" in NGO conversations on the net. Global speak. My first and lasting impression. All it would take would be a wiki or google search.


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      • unincredulous unincredulous

        Yup, globalists are carving up the Earth and putting big heaping piles on their plates. The big heaping piles are what they call "stakes" and regular folks don't get any — even if they own it already.

        Just what I get out of it.

        Think I found that impression when I started looking into that map. You know, the one about sustainability. The one where there is just a few little bitty areas that mankind is supposed to inhabit. I guess the few men left in this giant world wide park is for the mega mega mega mega rich. You mega mega rich people are out of luck. Sorry bout that.

        Stuff like the Mammoth Cave National park being taken over by the UN. Lots of talk about stakeholders there, in that kind of rubbish.


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  • Tiza Tiza

    I've noticed that Rense hasn't had any new links today. Does anyone know why? He normally does?


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  • Daisy207

    gvf – thought much the same. What in the heck is a "stakeholder" – maybe a property owner within 100 miles of the west coast? OOPS – 1000 miles of the west coast – soon the distance won't matter. Their bottom line – money? – Its all invented by the government – its fiat – fake – currency and can be undefined in a heart beat. Radiation is not fake – the atoms are real – the death is real. Try and trade those boz zoos.


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  • name999 name999

    It is a different consciousness that can choose and act out these things. This is so immediately wrong, to dump poisons into the earth. Yet these nuclear energy folks are making much business and lots of $ in it all. Some large amounts from our taxpayer coffers here in the US. Ripoff Americans and rape the earth all in one fell swoop.

    There have been some big movements of large vehicles here in Oregon, stopping traffic, huge trucks carrying enormous cargo.


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  • OldFool

    More than 6% of the fission product yield of U-235 is Technetium-99, with a half-life of 211,000 years. So look on the bright side of things. Your fish sticks could have a fresh food expiration date 211,000 years from now. No more spoiled fish ever again essentially for eternity. They will be so radioactive you won't need to put them in the oven – they will immediately cook themselves. Talk about fast food. And that cheerful and pretty blue Cerenkov glow will make them easy to find for those late midnight snacks. And you will be able to use the fish sticks leftovers for nightlights. No wastage there either. So cheer up everybody.


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  • bo bo

    Very interesting tv advertising campaign for 'Legal Seafoods'
    I think they wanted to be hip and ironic…
    http://www.adforum.com/creative-work/ad/player/34492215

    I'm not sure if they realize how ironic their own message turned out to be.


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  • name999 name999

    hey bo, legal seafoods…my 25 year old son says they want you to think that if you eat their sea food
    you will not do stupid things…I had to get a young person's opinion on this. I did not find it very
    engaging except to say…what???


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    • bo bo

      It's supposed to be a spoof on MTV's Punk'ed shows or viral homemade youtube clips… but your son has the intention of the people who made the ads correctly: fish is brainfood = eating it will make you smart = seafood prevents you from committing such silly mistakes. That is the original message.

      I can't help seeing a darker parallel message hidden in these already morbid clips, knowing how eating fish these days is akin to suicide. I'm sure many on enenews will see this as well.


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  • name999 name999

    the sad irony is that eating more sea food could make any strange behavior and illness worse rather than better. Believe me I am distressed about this. I have lost one of my main food sources. I miss eating fish in a big way. Now I'm eating more pigs, cows still don't appeal at all.


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  • My calc is 47 to 530 Bq per CF of water across a square of 5000 mile by 5000 miles of the Pacific, in the main biospehere of the top 200 feet. It all depends on how much TEPCO has been lying. And these are not "wimpy" radioisotopes, these are the nasties, Strontium, Plutonium, Uranium, and Cesium.

    Think of the bio-accumulation. Sheesh


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  • Ontological Ontological

    Bio accumulation is an issue of major concern. My wife and I have seen this coming since the gulf spill. Seafood was out even then. Now we are eating a reasonable organic meal only once in 48 hours or so, and a natural snack the day in-between. Works great to keep the bq/kg intake down, and weight of course. Use electrostatic/ion air cleaners, and a water containment vacuum system to clean your home. Vigilance in keeping your dose down, leads to any hope of a longer existence in this nightmare for whatever reason possesses anyone to wish to live longer.
    One reason is to educate others, and why I was determined to survive skull cancer knowing full well what was happening with the meltdowns for nearly 2 years previous to my bone replacement treatment 11 months ago today.
    Stay out of the wind/rain/snow if possible. If not wear weather gear for protection, and screen the outerwear for contamination. It is that bad now. If it is possible to have a decontamination station in your garage or a separate place from the main house to leave raingear in that removed area is even better. "Air lock" logic works well for minimizing a living quarter's ambient background level.


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  • unincredulous unincredulous

    I'm too wealthy for you people, I know you are right but you just got lucky. I bought a nuclear silo for my cats, and outfitted it with a 10,000 stage water filter and get my water by pipeline from the South American aquifer down in Paraguay. Just out by W Bush's place.

    This Fukushima problem is absolutely hopeless. Us rich guys better get together and fix this problem. It's a minor annoyance, but I like to go swordfishing from my helicopter in the Pacific Ocean, from time to time, when things get a bit boring.


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  • Sparky Sparky

    @chemfood, You've developed an excellent citizen alert. Thank you! I'd like to localize this. For example, "…is reaching the west coast of North America, including [NAME of locality]…." I think this approach would more readily get the attention of people.

    Also, I'd like to add practical suggestions for people as to how to minimize their exposures. For example, stay out of the rain, leave your shoes and outerwear outside of the main living area, take a vitamin supplement to ensure adequate intake of iodine, calcium, and antioxidants, etc. In addition to raising awareness, I think people need some practical suggestions as to how to deal with this. I can't tell you the number of times I've broached this subject with family, friends, colleagues, and invariably their response is, "Well, we can't do much about radiation because its everywhere." or something of the sort. I think adding practical information, regardless of whether they log-on to Enenews, will be beneficial. Also, once they get "here", some may still be intimidated or lost, given the variety, intensity, and technical content here on Enenews. There are no "sign posts" on Enenews for the casual visitor to get oriented as to what the issues, circumstances and appropriate response (however limited) might be.

    Any possibility that we could get this in MSWord format for easy, localized modification? I'd be happy to blanket our local shopping plaza with your locally modified alert.


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  • underfish

    Hello, I am new to this site…I found this site while doing a search for info on the debris traveling across the ocean from this nuclear event. Im alarmed not much though, big business has been doing this type of denial of environmental harm and social upheavel for 10's of years. I am sad and bummed out, not depressed. I am thankful for those whom seem knowledgable, you have been helpful.


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  • underfish

    Also My concern was from the debris making it to the coast line and affecting the ecology of the shoreline/kelp forest and thus the breeding ground/protective environment for much of the sealife along the coast…but now I am aware that the radiation itself is on the way or already here…MY report; I was living in northbay San Francisco on and after3/11…yes I got sick from the rad-rain…my kidney's acted up and I got sick not a cold but more like mono/flu..it went away…I never knew back then that I was being radiated, I'm so pissed off..I want to help, somehow…Is there any way or any organization that we as americans on the westcoast can complain/ask to monitor the air and sea? Should I write my congressperson? Is there a petition we/I can sign?


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    • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

      @underfish: our defacto greeter is still sleeping, so I'll welcome you to the website…WELCOME!

      As to your closing concerns. I can only suggest that you educate yourself to the issues, and become an organizer for those in your area. As things are now, there's no international organization that's addressing these issues; let alone national. For the time being, we're basically on our own, yet, we do our best to help and guide each other.

      Finally, don't be seduced by the end-of-world mindset. We need positive thinking people, if we're to succeed in saving lives and minimizing (as much as possible) the impact of this catastrophe.

      Be strong, and may you and yours have a safe up-coming year…


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    • Questionit

      Start and sign petitions to make others aware but do not expect any reaction from whomever you send it to.

      Congresspeople are responsive to the lobbyist not to you. There are monitor stations but you are only given data they want you to see and at key times they will even shut them down (or tell you they are shut down). Those stations knew what was blowing over and onto you at that time.

      If you can get air testing/monitoring at the city/county level along with a food testing effort that is coordinated among multiple cities along the coast you might get some reliable data to use.


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  • stellarblue51

    I HAVE BEEN WONDERING from the start, what it would take for the world to take proper notice and take the proper action with regard to this terrible situation. I find now, that there is nothing, short of people dropping dead like flies, for there to be any real response. Every day, the reports are more and more horrific, yet I see nothing in the way of reports or action being taken. What will be the stimulus for action?


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  • PeterC

    An earlier poster kind of hit the nail on the head… Man makes the same mistakes (Easter Island).

    Do you know about the 1992 Letter To Humanity? Signed by 1700 senior scientists… equivalent to about 200,000 scientists (groups, teams, departments, etc) link: http://www.ucsusa.org/about/1992-world-scientists.html

    Have you asked the question: What happens when miles thick ice melts & flows into the ocean? Link: http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/7715724-cataclysmic-earthquakes-and-volcanoes-are-coming (2013 smashed the all-time record – earthquakes).

    Methane. The absolute best website on the planet (imo) Link: http://jumpingjackflashhypothesis.blogspot.ca/ Follow this blog for a few days… it's amazing, to me, to witness things unfold.

    What is Cancer? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nn_nMVShU3U

    Radiation, imo, damages/kills cells in your body – which creates waste. Your body is designed to remove waste. Also, decompostion is inherent in all life forms. When your body is unable to remove enough waste, then the decomposion agents do the job. Yeast, Fungus, and other parasites set out to eat excess waste inside your body. When you have a lot of waste, and a weak body, the Fungus becomes strong & aggressive. The Fungus's DNA is to live & thrive… It will eat you alive.

    Thus, in my opinion, all cancer is simply decompostion while you are alive..

    How to deal with it…


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    • PeterC

      …100% stop eating yeast/fungus foods – see http://www.ultimatecandidadiet.com/ for the best/complete program I have used personally.

      Dig & learn about anti-fungal diets, lifestyle, etc.

      Radiation… Man has been releasing monster quatities of radiation into the world since the 1930's est. I think Fukushima is the worst by far.
      I think that the people at the top inherited this world-wide nuclear situation, they are horrified at what is happening, and that there is nothing that can be done about it – the technology does not exist.

      Eternity… What is it? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmN2RL4VJsE&list=PL2C2FBAB7E002EE3E This is something I found recently, it is slightly out of date, however it is fantastic, and for me it puts all of this into, the correct (imo), perspective.

      Lastly, I do not have any beneficial interest, in any of the links I have provided. I am simply an angel, delivering a message, and I am thankful for all that has been, is, and will be.

      Peace


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      • We Not They Finally

        Also check out Dr. Mark Sircus at drsircus.com. He's excellent for anti-fungus, also recommends baking soda as cancer preventative — it turns the blood alkaline, cancer needs acid to thrive. It's cheap and easy to do at home.


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        • PeterC

          Yes, baking soda is alkaline… Dr. O. Young of PH Miracle fame says the human body is alkaline by design, and acidic by function… thus in poor health, acid accumulates in the body – then decomposition (cancer) gains ground.

          Baking soda can be used in many ways… drink, bath, decontamination.

          Baking soda is an important prong, in a multi-prong strategy.

          other prongs include Hydrogen Peroxide, Iodine Tincture, Bentonite, Whole Sea Salt, Sprouts, Fermented Cabbage (rebuild gut bacteria), RO water (remineralized & Ph adjusted).

          The key strategy 1) Kill fungus by contact, & by starving it out. 2) Heal the intestines (gut), & install new, strong gut bacteria.

          Remember – the body turns food into blood. With 100 trillion cells – the body replaces every cell at least once in 7 years…..

          Universal Creator made your body… After 1000+ days, living on the West Coast, inhaling off-the-scale radiation, chemtrails (aluminum, barium, boron, etc)…

          you are still alive – that is the miracle of our body's.

          Thank You Creator!


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  • jump-ball

    Last week I posted the reference to a 2004 Chernobyl Ghost Cities tour on the back of Ukrainian Elena's Ninja motorbike, with her Inspector GC showing the 'spots' to avoid, kind of an 'aftershock' post-radiation-evacuation tour of the stricken region, but here's a live tour, one month old, also with an Inspector, and great photographs, of life-in-denial in the immediate Fuku area, including photos and rad readings of 0.832 µSv/hr 'through the packaging' of seaweed for sale on the shelf of an Iwaki grocery, making this perhaps the 'foreshock' tour of Japan, before it's financial collapse and upcoming evacuation. (Hit 'Control F' and 'packaging' to go to the 'hot' seaweed, still being sold today):

    http://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2013/11/18/a-visit-to-fukushima-cut-short-with-photos-and-reflections/

    http://www.kiddofspeed.com/chernobyl-revisited/


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