“Very Serious”: Wildfires burn close to US nuclear site — ‘Red Flag Warning’ issued — FEMA: “Fire threatened such destruction as would constitute a major disaster” — Largest wildfire in country (VIDEO)

Published: August 3rd, 2016 at 5:17 pm ET


NPR, Aug 3, 2016 (emphasis added): Washington Fire Crews Fight To Keep Buffer Between Wildfire, Nuclear Reactor — Officials from the Hanford nuclear reservation and Energy Northwest have been meeting with fire managers in southeast Washington state Tuesday. The nearby Range 12 Fire has grown to more than 177,000 acres and high winds are predicted this evening. Fire managers are very serious about keeping the Range 12 Fire off the central portion of the Hanford nuclear site and away from the Northwest’s only nuclear reactor… Energy Northwest spokesman John Dobken called the fire’s distance from the reactor a “non-issue,”… However, fire crews were still active on Rattlesnake Tuesday. Helicopters won’t be able to fly if gusts reach 20-30 miles per hour as predicted.

KEPR, Aug 2, 2016: The fire that began on the Yakima Training Center Saturday night and burned into Benton and Grant Counties over the weekend has ballooned to over 175,000 acres according to fire crews… The Range 12 fire [is] burning close to Hanford… The Northwest Incident Command team managing the firefighting efforts said [the blaze] is getting dangerously close to West Richland… A red flag warning is in place until 8 p.m. Tuesday night… Fire officials said the Red Flag Warning is causing concern for controlling containment lines around the blaze… As of Tuesday the Range 12 blaze stretched… from the Yakima Training Center toward the Hanford Reservation… Randall Rishe with BLM [Bureau of Land Management] said at this time they do not have a clear estimate of when the fire will be fully contained.

NPR, Aug 2, 2016: The Country’s Largest Wildfire Is Burning In Washington State… About 400 firefighters, three helicopters and 34 engines are fighting it. Some firefighters and land managers say they’re on edge because of predicted gusty winds and a red flag warning. The breeze is already kicking up, and firefighters worry that burned areas could pop up and jump the established fire lines. Crews set a backfire Sunday night on Rattlesnake Mountain to keep the Range 12 fire from burning contaminated areas of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation… [This] is the largest wildfire on a list of fires managed by government agencies.

KIRO, Aug 1, 2016: FEMA funds to help fight Benton County wildfire — A wildfire burning toward the Hanford nuclear reservation scorched about 110 square miles of brush and grass Monday as it spread… [FEMA] has authorized the use of federal funds to help with firefighting costs for the South Ward Gap Fire burning in Benton County, Washington. FEMA Region X Regional Administrator Kenneth D. Murphy determined that the fire threatened such destruction as would constitute a major disaster

Seattle Times, Aug 2, 2016: Winds whip up wildfires; one blaze bearing down on Hanford site… winds pushed the Range 12 fire toward the Hanford Nuclear Reservation… Rishe said the fire Sunday ripped through grass, sagebrush and cheatgrass with ferocity… Crews are racing to put the fire down before winds make the situation more dangerous.

Seattle Times, Aug 2, 2016: Wildfire near Hanford site larger than first thought; high winds a concern — The Range 12 fire, near the Hanford nuclear site, is now 175,000 acres — much bigger than crews first realized… More than 400 firefighters are working the Range 12 fire, which is west of the Hanford nuclear site. Rishe said “there’s very low concern along Highway 240,” the barrier to the nuclear site. But, “it’s all contingent on this wind event.”

Tri-City Herald, Aug 2, 2016: Fire near Hanford much larger than thoughtThe estimated size of the fire that burned… toward the Hanford nuclear reservation has more than doubled to 273 square miles… A red flag fire warning was issued for the Mid-Columbia on Tuesday… The incident command team was concerned that established fire perimeter lines could be threatened… Crews have come from as far away as Medford, Ore., to help fight the fire.

Watch KEPR’s broadcast here

Published: August 3rd, 2016 at 5:17 pm ET


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  • rogerthat


    Still sick 25 years after the Gulf War, a vet seeks answers — and the Minneapolis VA may have them.

    By Jeremy Olson AUGUST 14, 2016 STAR TRIBUNE

    It’s been 25 years, and Chad Donovan still wonders which toxic hazard in the Gulf War might have caused the fatigue, stomach problems and rashes he has suffered ever since.

    Maybe it was the nerve gas pills, which his unit took in Saudi Arabia while standing in formation so nobody refused.

    Maybe one of the “false alarms” after a missile attack really did signal the presence of chemical weapons.

    Maybe the mushroom-cloud detonation of unused Iraqi ordnance whooshed toxins into the air.

    And then there were the sand fleas, pesticides, burning oil wells, dust storms and uranium-depleted bullets that made the Gulf War one of the most toxic conflicts in history.

    Today, researchers at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center are leading a wave of studies to solve the mystery of Gulf War Illness, a cluster of unexplained symptoms reported by 25 to 65 percent of the 700,000 soldiers deployed to the Gulf in 1990 and 1991.

    They have identified genetic markers …

    • rogerthat

      that could improve tests and treatment, one of the most significant advances in years, and started a clinical trial on a promising prescription drug.

      But 25 years later, many Gulf War vets remain like Donovan — sick, sore and exhausted by the lack of answers.

      “Everyone I’m still in contact with has had issues,” said Donovan, who served with the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division that deployed days after Iraq invaded Kuwait. “Insomnia, the achy joints, stomach issues. I still have stomach issues, and nobody knows what’s causing them.”

      More than $500 million in research hasn’t found causes or cures for the illness, which the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs classifies as “unexplained illness” or “chronic multisymptom illness.”

      The consequence isn’t just scant treatment of the illness, which typically produces joint pain, chronic fatigue or digestive problems. With limited diagnostic criteria, many veterans can’t prove their illnesses stem from Gulf War service and can’t qualify for VA disability benefits.

      And while federal policy is to presume …

      • rogerthat

        that any Gulf War vets with symptoms qualify for VA coverage, the reality is different. Eighty percent of Gulf War Illness-related claims were denied in 2015, according to federal data presented to Congress this year.

        “So many veterans can’t get these presumptive illnesses service-connected,” said James Bunker, who directs the National Gulf War Resource Center in Kansas. “So they’re being denied the care they should be getting.”

        Americans were primed for the worst when the Gulf War started, based on reports that Iraq had stockpiled chemical weapons; and they were subsequently relieved when they watched the so-called surgical war of precision bombs and lightning-quick attacks play out on cable TV.

        But that relief might have fueled disbelief when soldiers came home reporting fatigue and pain. Many soldiers were told it was “in their heads,” said Brian Engdahl, a psychologist and Gulf War researcher at the Minneapolis VA. …

        • rogerthat


          Pilanguru people to fight on as uranium mine gets environmental approval

          Traditional owners say the Indigenous community has not been adequately consulted about Vimy Resources’ planned Mulga Rock open-pit mine

          … “We don’t want that mine to go ahead. We will fight against that mine at Mulga Rock.”

          Indigenous people living in the area have a bad history with uranium developments. It’s a few hundred kilometres from Cundalee, the mission where Spinifex people from the Great Victoria Desert were placed after being pushed off their traditional lands by the British government’s nuclear testing program in Maralinga, South Australia, in the 1950s and 60s.

          “It is an emotive issue because of that history,” Fiona Pemberton, general manager of the Paupiyala Tjarutja Aboriginal Corporation, told Guardian Australia.

          Most of those displaced people now live at Tjuntjuntjara near the South Australian border but one woman remains at Coonana, a remote Aboriginal community near Cundalee. …

        • DUDe DUDe

          "..that any Gulf War vets with symptoms qualify for VA coverage, the reality is different. Eighty percent of Gulf War Illness-related claims were denied in 2015, according to federal data presented to Congress this year.."

          But 6 trillion missing because some things they do are so evil even the american government has no way of selling it to the public..like funding terrorists..no problem..

  • Nuclear Waste Storage Underground at WIPP May Continue to Blow Up And There Will Be Nothing We Can Do About It
    stock here: We never believed the "kitty litter" story, and THEY were never able to replicate the kitty litter problem even though they spent millions trying to.
    In response to an alternate theory that it was Plutonium and Americium decay that was responsible for the explosion, the DOE in all their wisdom had this to say:

    “The overarching conclusion of the technical assessment team was that specific chemical contents inside one particular drum, in combination with physical configuration of the materials led to a chemical reaction that breached the drum,” said Steve Horak, a communications specialist with the DOE Environmental Management Field Office in Los Alamos. “A separate DOE board of experts and an independent expert board confirmed these results and we see no reason to question them now.”


    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      In response to a complaint of bad odors in the public bathroom, the conclusion of the DOE technical team was that specific contents in the toilet, in combination with the physical configuration of contents had led to a breach of the toilet. A separate DOE board of experts confirmed these results and see no reason to question or do anything about it. We will continue to use the toilet as is, and the DOE experts will be reviewed for a pay raise

      • Hot and Bothered Hot and Bothered

        Hahaha 🙂

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Hey, long time no see. Where's the kitty on LSD? Brrrrrrrr! My head's spinnin' dude, where did that mouse go? (Love your avatar pics. Yo, welcome back from the 'Ho.)Hello,

          This is devo
          We would like
          to say Thingsgo both ways
          New ideas stupid moves
          Nightmares or dreams come true
          Mucho work minus play
          Tension mounts in a twisted face
          Dark clouds in the crystal ball
          Tension mounts in a foreign place
          The screw turns someone calls

          [Chorus: x2]
          Time out for fun!
          Time out for fun!

          So you're living under the gun
          Circumstances have you on the run
          A doctor frowns you feel bad
          Take this you've just been had!

          Don't you lose it now listen to us
          Everything's going to be all right
          Take a break take some time
          Everything's going to be all right
          Don't you lose it remember to take

          Time out for fun (first track)


          More than ever, you know
          We need to De-vo

          • HoTaters HoTaters

            William Butler Yeats (1865-1939)


            Turning and turning in the widening gyre
            The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
            Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
            Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
            The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
            The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
            The best lack all conviction, while the worst
            Are full of passionate intensity.

            Surely some revelation is at hand;
            Surely the Second Coming is at hand.
            The Second Coming! Hardly are those words out
            When a vast image out of Spiritus Mundi
            Troubles my sight: a waste of desert sand;
            A shape with lion body and the head of a man,
            A gaze blank and pitiless as the sun,
            Is moving its slow thighs, while all about it
            Wind shadows of the indignant desert birds.

            The darkness drops again but now I know
            That twenty centuries of stony sleep
            Were vexed to nightmare by a rocking cradle,
            And what rough beast, its hour come round at last,
            Slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?

    • PlowboyGrownUp

      re stock, http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-new-mexico-nuclear-dump-20160819-snap-story.html August 22, 2016
      "The early federal statements gave no hint that the blast had caused massive long-term damage to the dump, a facility crucial to the nuclear weapons cleanup program that spans the nation, or that it would jeopardize the Energy Department’s credibility in dealing with the tricky problem of radioactive waste.

      But the explosion ranks among the costliest nuclear accidents in U.S. history, according to a Times analysis. The long-term cost of the mishap could top $2 billion, an amount roughly in the range of the cleanup after the 1979 partial meltdown at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Pennsylvania.

      The Feb. 14, 2014, accident is also complicating cleanup programs at about a dozen current and former nuclear weapons sites across the U.S. Thousands of tons of radioactive waste that were headed for the dump are backed up in Idaho, Washington, New Mexico and elsewhere, state officials said in interviews."

    • PlowboyGrownUp

      "Washington state officials were recently forced to accept delays in moving the equivalent of 24,000 drums of nuclear waste from Hanford site to the New Mexico dump. The deal has further antagonized the relationship between the state and federal regulators.

      “The federal government has an obligation to clean up the nuclear waste at Hanford,” Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee said in a statement. “I will continue to press them to honor their commitments to protect Washingtonians' public health and our natural resources.” " same link

      • PlowboyGrownUp

        "Other states are no less insistent. The Energy Department has agreed to move the equivalent of nearly 200,000 drums from Idaho National Laboratory by 2018." but doesn't Idaho 'want' a nuclear reactor?

      • PlowboyGrownUp

        "Hancock suggested that the dump might never resume full operations.

        “The facility was never designed to operate in a contaminated state,” he said. “It was supposed to open clean and stay clean, but now it will have to operate dirty. Nobody at the Energy Department wants to consider the potential that it isn't fixable.”

        Giving up on the New Mexico dump would have huge environmental, legal and political ramifications. This year the Energy Department decided to dilute 6 metric tons of surplus plutonium in South Carolina and send it to the dump, potentially setting a precedent for disposing of bomb-grade materials. The U.S. has agreements with Russia on mutual reductions of plutonium.

        The decision means operations at the dump must resume, said Edwin Lyman, a physicist and nuclear expert at the Union of Concerned Scientists.

        “They have no choice,” he said. “No matter what it costs.” "

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          WIPP will contaminate the ogallala aquifer for all time. Its one of the largest aquifers in the world. Such is the stupidity and corruption of man

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          oh the irony of the imbeciles; They fill the salt shaker with the deadliest poisons known to man and then say “The facility was never designed to operate in a contaminated state,”

          remember in class when you thought the kids were dumb and juvenile? A correct first impression! Now those kids are shipping world killer poisons from state to state 'cause, like we said, theres no place to put it

          thus the small biosphere was rendered lifeless

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          the earth biosphere is no less than the mother of all life, as long recognized by so many indigenous peoples. Now our scientists contemplate where to store their poison. One says lets store it in mothers spleen, its a useless organ. The other says, no lets inject it into her appendix, its an evolutionary mistake. His associate, excited with his deep scientific knowledge, says mother only needs one kidney, we can use the other for a waste dump! Another argues for the tonsils and produces a long report. Another says we have no positive proof mother earth has sentient intelligence, I say we bore deep into her skull and deposit 400,000 drums of plutonium for starters, close it up and hope we get our retirement bonus before she blows. And the best part; the public will pay us for it! Satisfied, they all go the sports bar to celebrate

  • http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2016/08/edta-for-chelation-removes-calcium-and.html
    EDTA for Chelation, Removes Calcium, And Other Heavy Metals
    stock here. anyone who has run down the rabbit hole, please chime back in the comments. And if you like this stuff, sign up as a follower.

    I have been aware of EDTA and DSMA as chelators since college chemistry. I have always wanted to learn more, and after due diligence, take that jump. EDTA can be administered as pills, in no longer has to be administered as a shot.

    In the increasingly toxic environment that we live in, and the high rate of disease, we need to be smarter to reduce our risks of something serious. And of course, writing as the Nuke Pro, we need to be ready for "standard" and emergency radiation events.

    Just look at the captured EPA trying to say its OK to "do nothing" during a large radiation release. Of course they are now just puppets, dancing to the machinations of their corporate masters. Will it tip to the good? Maybe, but there is no guarantees, and maybe they will even get worse.


    And the IAEA is now training Doctors on how to effectively use propaganda and confusion to allow the nuclear cartel to "Do Nothing" in an accident. Seriously, here is good review and expose.

    • Yes I agree with the EDTA idea stock!!!

      Have a large bottle of it (tablets) in my medicine kit.

      I haven't taken any as of yet but keep it as a "just in case thing"…

      REMEMBER that this substance removes minerals from your body as well as most heavy metals mimic some sort of mineral or vitamin our body needs.

      YOU also need to take very specific vitamin and mineral combinations after doing the detox. so EDTA is only one part of the entire detox program.

      If you don't replace these minerals with pure ones after the detox your body will "take up" anything it can find to replace them and you could end up with the same old metals in your system again.

      Or even worse, more of them…

      Here's my story:

      I bought a bottle of EDTA AND the Multi-mineral tablets after suffering from welders sickness (horrible vomiting and sickness in general) after reading that the ER will give EDTA in IV form for extreme cases (and I had a EXTREME case). Vomiting every 15 minuets for over 2 days.

      As I was about to call a ambulance to take me to the hospital I stumbled across a slew of articles on welders sickness (heavy and light metal poisoning) on the internet. And found that for over 50 years the old timers had the cure! You won't believe what it is…

      • Welders come in contact with Lead, Aluminum, Titanium and too many other metals in gas form from joining (burning) the pieces of metal together. By far worst is galvanized metal that includes toxic zinc and lead.

        But these people already know how to get these metals out of their body without a doctor visit.

        Are you ready for this?

        Shops that weld galvanized metals keep large quantities of milk in the shop at all times. Yea you read it right MILK!!!

        When someone gets sick from heavy metals they drink large quantities of milk.

        Now I thought this must be a old "wives tale" but as sick as I was at that time I would have tried anything for relief!!!

        I would have NEVER thought of this as I had a upset stomach and always was told to drink clear liquids so I would have NEVER drank milk when vomiting every 15 minuets for 2+ days.

        I began to drink milk and after a few glasses and one or two heaves over the next hour I was cured!!!!!

        The Calcium in milk binds to the heavy metals and stops the reaction!!!

        The minerals in the milk replaced the metals as the binding reaction occurred and to this day (happened over 8 months ago) I have suffered NO side effects!!!!

        Of course this would depend on having milk that is not tainted by Radiation.

        In that case EDTA is the ONLY option…

        • Milk really works!!! I have the proof and the first hand experience to prove it!!!

          If you want to remove metals from your body drink at least 1 gallon of milk a day for 3 to 4 days!!!!

          And yep that's 3 to 4 gallons of whole or 2 percent milk (most recommend whole milk but I found that 2 percent works too) at a rate of 1 gallon or more per day. for at least 3 days. Simple, natural and proven for over 50 years by folks that get metal poisoning from the workplace!!!!

          Just remember if you have other health problems, contact your doctor before starting this.

          • PlowboyGrownUp

            I wish I had known that when I worked around welders a lot, and got metal fume fever.

            • Yea PGU that was a life saver and who would have thought milk was the answer. That was the sickest I've ever been in my life!!!

              Miserable! I tried everything from pepto to over the counter stuff and nothing worked. Then a gallon of milk later (in 2 hours) and I could function. It's the simple stuff that we don't know about anymore that truly do these jobs.

              Nowadays it's "take this pill" instead. Real healing is a lost art our grandparents grandparents knew about. Like using tobacco on a bee sting.

    • And just wanted to say that stock's site had a ton of GREAT information on this and other stuff most don't know about! Great angle of attack on these toxins we absorb every day, radioactive or not!!!

      Check it out at http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com

      • TY HD, where did you buy your EDTA tablets from, did you vett the source in anyway?

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          chelation. Life Glow is one source for EDTA. Getting the toxic metals out is so important. Mobilizing them only to have them ruin your nervous system is a big risk, for example by taking cilantro extract. This is one detox program that needs to be done right. Selenium, clays, chlorella, charcoal, pectic etc.

          Maxam labs PCA rx is a mysterious metal detox product. Kind of pricey and kind of hard to get. I liked it. I dont care for the mystery though

            • DUDe DUDe

              The Biggest succesfull deception ever of the american public , humanity as a whole and me lol..is Obama himself..
              To hell with hillary..who's puppetstrings are clearly visible to see even before she get (s)elected..

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              Why the earth is hell bound for destruction; Three pound brain ape cant visualize the results of his actions nor understand the source of his sustenance.

              IF you scraped up every living thing on earth, every tree and animal of earth air and water, they would easily fit into this little ball of water which is approximately the size of the biosphere, a very thin crust where life can exist.


              Every toxic spill, every bit of nuclear fallout, every inhalation and exhalation is occurring in this volume. This is the true size of earth as far as life is concerned. Its like a two days drive to cross the diameter of it. (atmosphere is a little larger but most life is below 10k feet, so the water volume is a close approximation of biosphere size)

              Within this little globe exist 7 billion people, of which a certain proportion are selfish control freaks and the rest are 'enablers', and none too smart, they just think they are.

              They poisoned it and exploited it which is why half the animals have died and the rest will soon

              • PlowboyGrownUp

                Maybe a warning marker representing a poisoned ball of water could be left for any future intelligent beings.

                • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                  a warning marker representing three pound brain apes seems appropriate

                  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                    obewan says you should dance if you feel stressed out.

                  • PlowboyGrownUp

                    Heh, heh. That's about right. But make it the 3 pounders representing the 'world leaders'.

                  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                    Are you ever going to ask me to dance? Or even say one word to me? Or is that asking too much?

                  • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                    PJ…its not that Im….insensitive to the invitation. I know who I am…and you, well you deserve…I dont know, a spiritual man, one who doesnt succumb to the passions of the flesh, or become embroiled in the troubles of worldly life. Someone fun loving, god fearing and who doesnt think that much. Theres a scene from Woody Allens Hannah and her sisters, I would like you to watch. Im so much like this older troubled artist, except Im older, and you, joyous, young at heart…


                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                      In the first place, as a Christian I deserve nothing. Everything is a gift from the Creator bestowed on mortals who are undeserving.
                      And in the second place, there is nothing joyous about being rejected or betrayed, but only grief and sorrow.

                      King James Bible, Job 1:21
                      And said, Naked came I out of my mother's womb, and naked shall I return thither: the LORD gave, and the LORD hath taken away; blessed be the name of the LORD.

                      Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning., James 1:17

                      Romans 8:38-39
                      38 For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come,
                      39 Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      PJ, is it appropriate that thou sayest I betrayed thee?

                      Take some solace that you arent alone. Both Heart of the Rose and DUDe rejected my romantic interludes. Perhaps they knew what I only suspect; nobody in their right minds wants a 165 lb sack of rotten potatoes lying around, despite its earthy pungent aroma, globular quality and self acclaimed wit. Its not that Im trying to let you down easy, my value has been qualified; I went to my doctor. I said somethings wrong with me. He said youre no good. I said I wanted a second opinion. He said OK, youre ugly too

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                      I didn't mean past or present betrayal. I thought you were indicating future betrayal if there were ever a relationship.

                      I'm sorry I'm so near sighted, and my glasses were from 30 to 40 years ago for playing the piano. For some reason I had the reading correction put at the top of the bifocals and the piano music at 3 feet on the bottom of the bifocals. So I've never actually seen what you look like.

                      Since I sit 4 feet from my computer monitor, I have to make the letters on the computer very large to see them. I used to have wonderful distance glasses, but the plastic frames broke when I fell and they were in my hand maybe 10 years ago.

                      I don't like to wear my glasses for anything but the computer or work because I don't want anything to happen to them.

                      At least I can still read without glasses and only need my magnifying glass on only 1% of the Chinese characters I read.

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                      Anyway, I haven't rejected you. I just can't see well enough to know when I might have seen you or not. And the nose on an old lady doesn't actually work very well anymore.

                      Anyway, I cry a while, and then I laugh a lot. My youngest daughter thinks there is something wrong with me for laughing so much. It's just that at my age many things seem extremely hilarious.

                      And I tried to listen to the video twice, and I think I heard the most important parts, but I don't hear so well anymore either. I think she left him for a younger man. My husband was always accusing me of infidelity, although my attempts to finally be unfaithful after 55 years of faithfulness are completely unsuccessful.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      PJ, if I read you right, you went from despising me to loving me based on questionable videos or photos that you can hardly see and you arent even sure they are of me or someone else. Then, despite the fact there was no real romantic overture, you are miserable over the prospect of a future betrayal. Nevertheless, despite bouts of crying, you are in exceedingly buoyant spirits. Thats how I read it

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                      I never despised anyone. And I was in love with you the whole time. I just didn't ever want to be romantically involved with a woman when you said you were a woman. I thought at the time you claimed to be a woman you were perhaps just putting me off. But I didn't come to the internet to find anyone anyway.

                      I only saw one video of you.

                      Anyway, I got your message. I don't need to be hit over the head. I thought you promised to hold my hand and sing to me, but as usual, that was just another joke at my expense.

                      We already know that you will win every argument. I do get hurt when you say unkind things to me and I hoped that if I told you I love you, the unkind words would stop. But everything I do seems to be very naive. And no matter how big a fool I am, I am extremely vulnerable every time you say something unkind to me, including our conversation now.

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      PJ in my dilapidated mental physical and spiritual state, Im only a menace to myself and my surroundings. And thats the positive view.

                      After years of having my every thought and expose intercepted, countered and thwarted, well the doctor says I may never fully recover. He wants to put me on anti depressants, something for the ankle swelling and another for the erectile dysfunction. On the other hand my psychiatrist questions my sanity for even being on a website where the people think the universe has been altered by CERN and he even tries to convince me Im not Elvis. I always said shrinks are crazy. Never take any perceived unkind thing as gospel. Bloggers never know one another

                    • Byrian420 Byrian420

                      We don't think its been altered, we know it has been altered by CERN. Sorry if you choose to not believe it. Have a nice day Peace and Love

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      Byrian420, I can see it now, youre a troll from a parallel universe. You were a test case before they sent Jesus through the CERN portal. Eureka, we both made it! But, pray tell, why takest thou not thy trollish gibberish to another site, as ye hast said ye would?

                    • Byrian420 Byrian420

                      I changed my mind and I'm not a troll, I'm a gnome lol

                    • Again Brian420 is confused (how unusual),

                      Gnomes are silent, lifeless statues, trolls are little troublemakers that spout gibberish and mess up the works for the rest of us normal people…

                      Let the crowd be the judge on that one…

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                      Actually, I'm not fun loving, but a workaholic. That's all I ever do even at 75 years old.

              • HoTaters HoTaters

                Code, I have a great statement to share with you. Posted on the bathroom wall of GreenString Farm in Petaluma, California are these immortal words of wisdom:

                There are two spiritual dangers in not owning a farm.
                One is the danger of supposing that breakfast
                comes from the grocery,
                And the other that heat comes from the furnace.

                – Aldo Leopold –

                GreenString is a beyond biodynamic farm in Petaluma, California. Its founder was a schoolmate of my older siblings. The farm gained notoriety for its revolutionary farming methods. It is the supplier of such stellar restaurants as Alice Waters' Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California.

          • HoTaters HoTaters

            Code, agreed. The mobilizing substances must be closely followed by binders, to move the toxins out safely through the gut. Yes, absolutely critical it be done right.

          • Cilantro doesn't work and has been proven, Mike Adams over at Forensic Food Lab in Austin TX tested it and found it wasn't very good for heavy metal extraction.

            Watch this video.


            And all of them for that matter…


            This is a honest guy…

            …and he has never mentioned any kind of time portal at CERN so I expect he is a sane and truthful individual 🙂

            • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

              alright! Mike Adams goes scientific. Gotta love that.

              From personal experience, a small amount, say less than 10 drops of cilantro extract per day, has a major effect of releasing stored mercury and maybe other things from stores in the body, probably the fat. This then circulates and does harm to the nervous system. No small deal, I can tell you. So I wouldnt say cilantro doesnt work. It just doesnt seem to help to safely excrete the metal

              • Yepper…

                Getting the toxins out in a hurry is the key to any detox.

                As a result of mobilizing toxins trapped in your body, the kidneys and liver take "the hit" so to speak as they get overburdened with these poisons entering the bloodstream!

                But we already know how to do this! The real answer was studied and proven in the 40's.

                And again you probably would never have thought of this one either as it is natural and simple to do at home without a expensive clinical visit or ANY processed chemicals.


                And notice the RO water filter tap in the video.

                You MUST use RO filtered or distilled water (I'd purchase distilled water for this) and ONLY use very good containers!!!

                This causes the liver to dump toxins and relieves the burden on both the liver and kidneys…

                …If you don't believe this works just look up the massive evidence!!!

                AND THERE ARE NO negative side effects (even if you don't think it works, there is zero risk if performed correctly).

                Proven effective for over 75 years!!!!!

                Hope this helps!!

        • I bought Life Glow and the mineral supplement to take after the edta.

          As explained above one is really no good without the other so buy both at the same time.

          If you don't replace these minerals with pure ones after the detox is complete your body will "take up" anything it can find to replace them and you could end up with the same old metals in your system again.

          Or even worse, more of them…

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      EDTA is much more risky and potentially hard on the body than holistic methods, stock. Or so my functional medicine docs have told me. Citrus pectin, clays, zeolite, mobilizers of heavy metals followed by binders can accomplish the same.

      EDTA given carefully and monitored to prevent re-uptake or flooding of internal organs with excessive levels of toxins is OK. Must be done by a very skilled practitioner. I was advised against it when I likely had mercury poisoning due to Lyme disease, having mercury amalgams, & other toxic exposures.

      The EDTA (if memory serves) was recommended to be given slowly to prevent kidney, liver, or other organ damage. That's what I remember being told when I embarked on my first chelation & having my mercury amalgams removed.

      We had some discussion here on the "combatting effects of radiation" Forum in the first couple of years after 3/11. Actually, extensive discussion.

      EDTA and the other one (name slips my mind right now) can be very effective if carefully administered by a competent physcian, and the patient is monitored to prevent adverse outcomes.



      "Chelation: What's the Harm?
      368,379 people killed, 306,096 injured and over $2,815,931,000 in economic damages"

      Haven't vetted the info. just above; so not sure if this is credible in terms of adverse outcomes and deaths.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, out of Seattle, Washington, has a great holistic chelation protocol. Some of this info. is available for free (or was) on the web. I did a somewhat simplified version of his chelation protocol in 2008 or 2009. Really turned my health around, and eliminated lots of neurological symptoms I had from mercury overload & Lyme disease. FWIW.

        Cheers, a sante to all.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      stock, good for you, doing your research on DMSA (yeah, that's it) and EDTA.

      Last year my integrative medicine doc put me on Welchol as a chelator and to help gut issues. Read last year it's used in cases of acute radiation poisoning to help lessen gut trauma from radiation damage to epithelial cells. Worth looking up.

      Doc put me on it for awhile to help with digestive issues. Who knows, maybe it helped after all the 3/11 radiation exposure. Shared the NOAA video & info re: radiation levels being 500,000 times background levels. And think that was just for Reactor 1.

      Remember the story here on that? Good one.

      Anyway, it was nice not being looked at like some kind of loony toons. But I guess you can't argue with NOAA stats, right?

  • Sol Man

    Various places in the world have received massive rainfalls relatively recently. Where did all of this water come from?

    Here is one idea: the water molecules were, until relatively recently, held within the web of life, in the animal and plant kingdoms, but with the utter degradation (death) that has occurred on a huge scale around the world, these molecules of water have been released. Consider the loss of the life in the Pacific, as well as the tropical rain forests, actually trees are dying everywhere.

    This makes much more water available for delivery.

    • DUDe DUDe

      I dont know Sol Man , we have been pumping up a lot of groundwater too..

    • It is elementary. Got global warming?

      Global Mean Temperature Is Rising Overall, Persistent Global Warming Since Industrial Age Began, Quack Hormesis Theory Promoted On Mass Media, Rose And Curry Debunked

      Warmer air holds more water vapor.

      Changing jet streams mean storms no longer move fast. Sometimes these storms stagnate and sit in one place.

      Better get used to 1000 year storms happening frequently, like every couple years.

      Just wait until it gets to the 10,000 year storms happening every couple years.

      THere is no winning against Mother Nature, even if people deny that anything bad is happening. Consequences is consequences.

      The nuclear industry just makes it a lot worse…

      Radioactive Krypton 85 Gas Generates Massive Storms, Larger Typhoons And More Lightning Due To Increased Conductivity Of The Atmosphere

      • Sol Man

        Increased conductivity? The nano heavy metals must add to that from the blasts, the fires, incinerator smoke, forest fires reintroduces into the atmosphere, surface water, snow fields, crops, etc.

        This is the reality of our situation.

      • Hey guys (and gals), not trying to cause a prob but the correct statement is…

        Global Mean Temperature Is Rising Overall, Persistent Global Warming


        Global Warming is not the problem, clean air and water is.

        Global Warming studies are a scam and a way to get millions of dollars that we should be using to clean up our world mess with.

        It is obvious by simply looking at the past.

        The first "socalled" study was about global cooling (60's and 70's)

        To explain cooler temps.

        Then it was called Global warming…

        To explain warmer temps.

        And now it's called Climate Change…


        • You don't need a degree in anything to see they have been chasing their proverbial tail every step of the way. Billions of dollars later they still have (and never will) found ANY practical answer to these issues.

          And why you ask?

          Because it is a natural flux created by the sun and other factors that have very little to do with pollution. Pollution production has to do with pollution levels and little else. Let's stop wasting time and money on this and focus on the job at hand.

          Katrina is a prime example. When the federal government sent funds to New Orleans years before the hurricane they spent it on another useless study, the bridge over lake Pontchartrain. Instead of fixing the levies the money disappeared.

          We all know how that turned out…

          …No more useless studies! Demand they use our money to take real actions and resolve real problems!!!!

  • High Iodine Diet
    People in North America eat about 240 micrograms of Iodine daily.

    People in Japan eat about 12 milligrams (mg) daily or about 50 times more than North Americans.

    Most Americans are iodine deficient and would need to consume 12.5 mg a day for 1 year in order to have sufficient whole body iodine levels.
    Why arent Japanese being given EDTA.

    Why weren't the sailors on the Reagan given EDTA

    • Silverlok Silverlok

      "…Why weren't the sailors on the Reagan given EDTA…" , perhaps for the same reason none of 'Seal team six' is alive to tell any tales.

      "…Why arent Japanese being given EDTA…" With big pharma completely in a 'safe space' would one think that certain "guidance" wants even more wide spread disease ( and profitability thereof )?. And what better way to achieve that than millions of compromised immune systems and the largest elderly population on the planet in the same space as a never ending buffet of radiation, eh?.

      zika, pig flu, bird virus, etc, etc, nothing statistically abnormal but the MSM pumps them as "when in danger or in doubt, run in circles , scream and shout" pieces , perhaps preemptively De-sensatizing ( and contemporary, revenue generating, ) for the waves of real plague that are certainly another of fukus fine legacies that are inevitable at this point.

  • Sol Man

    So how much water was made available to the weather systems from the death of all of these various life forms?

    Maybe Watson will provide an answer.

    • PlowboyGrownUp

      Off the cuff answer: A lot of water. Trees dump a lot of water in the fall when the first freeze hits. A postoak flat can be completely dry and right after a freeze hits, the ground get wet and boggy.

    • DUDe DUDe

      I believe in the mammal human the body is 70% water..i would not be surprised if for most mammals except maybe the few extremo's amongst them like in dessert's etc..it hovers around the same..

  • "The drug industry's greed knows no bounds. There's no reason an EpiPen, which costs Mylan just a few dollars to make, should cost families more than $600. The only explanation for Mylan raising the price by six times since 2009 is that the company values profits more than the lives of millions of Americans."


    • DUDe DUDe

      When selfobsessed greed becomes the only moral compass..then selfdestruction is the only possible ending of our history..

      If there was a chemical that would trigger only greed..and you would spray it on an ants colony for example..it wouldent be pretty..just like we are "not pretty" to watch..

    • You know it stock!!! The reason they upped the price is the same reason the illegal drug cartel's prices are so high…

      …they know you need it! It becomes a "not optional' substance. If your child could die you will spend any amount of money for the child's safety.

      This is what happens when you allow health care and insurance to become a subsidized and for profit business.

      I don't even pretend to know what the answer is for this problem.

      Someone out there does and you can guarantee they will be ridiculed (or worse) for giving away (for free) the true answer.

      Just look for someone that…

      Is nonprofit

      Is trying to cure naturally if possible (and has tons of evidence).

      Has been lashed by the mainstream health care industry and the press.

      That's about all we can do at this point.

      Maybe (and I use that word with hope) someone in the future can stop this dangerous trend in medicine.

    • Heard today the the company that makes the ( epipen ) 2 pen pack is giving up to $300 off for those that don't have full insurance coverage.

      I said to myself I said self?

      $300.00 dollars of of what…

      For for for what????


      Sometimes "kickin" up a little stink works…


  • Renegade Scientists — Now Required for Societal Progress to Be Made
    stock here: So many lying grant whore scientists out there "you know how things work".

    We need some good ones! Like this guy, he broke open and stayed on the Flint thing.

    BTW, why aren't people, especially kids, in Flint getting EDTA to remove the lead from their bodies?

    Nuremberg trials, anyone?


    • PlowboyGrownUp

      "A Sick National Joke: The EPA Lead and Copper Rule Comes (Again) to the U.S. Congress
      Back in Summer 1991, the nation was concerned when high lead in water was found in the U.S. Congress:
      Whoops. Six months after inhibitor was added to water, in response to the D.C. Lead Crisis, someone checked and the problem with high lead in water was still there.

      Capitol Hill Workers Told Not to Drink From Faucets
      By David Nakamura Washington Post Staff Writer
      Wednesday, January 12, 2005; Page B03
      Capitol Hill employees have been advised not to use water from bathroom and kitchen faucets for drinking or cooking after tests last month discovered excessive levels of lead in water at the Library of Congress.

      Now, after Flint, a national lead in water cheating scandal exposed by the Guardian, breaking news on lax enforcement by the EPA, and about the 6th time parents in D.C. schools figured out their kids were being exposed to dangerously high lead….someone decided to check Congress again. Yep….still there.

      Lead Contamination in Congressional Office Building Forces Water Shutdown

      By now we’re used to Congress’s abysmal public approval ratings and the complaints of our fellow citizens. “They’re doing what with my tax dollars!?” they exclaim. “Geez. It’s almost like there’s something in the water.” Well, actually, there is something in the water." http://flintwaterstudy

      • PlowboyGrownUp

        Congress should have checked their library for the history of lead. It's been long known:
        "Significant production of lead began about 3000 BC, and large mines in Spain and Greece contributed to the global atmospheric redistribution of lead. The Roman Empire was the first society to use lead widely; in fact, the word plumbing is derived from plumbum, Latin for lead, which also gave rise to the chemical symbol for lead, Pb. Lead is slightly sweet to taste, making it a good additive for fine Roman wine that was then shipped all over Europe. Even in those times, there were reports that lead caused severe colic, anemia, and gout. Some historians believe that lead poisoning hastened the fall of the Roman Empire."

      • Yepper, the whole inhibitor thing is a farce!!!!

        We should drink that stuff instead huh 🙁

        It's a distraction from the truth and nothing else!

        Damage done? Blame it on something. Lead is lead, toxin is toxin and the inhibitor is the scapegoat and also a toxin. It's like robbing Peter to pay Paul, no lead is the real thing but that is not going to happen and you will never know until it's already happened. There is only one cure DON'T LET IT HAPPEN TO BEGIN WITH!!!!!

        Since we already know from experience the infrastructure is contaminated the only solution is to filter the individual household's water at the END POINT!!!!

        Drinking water:




        Whole house (only works effectively on new homes):


        You will not know something's happened until it's too late and you have to treat the spent filters as toxic every time you change them!!!!

        This is the only real way to guard your water supply, all else is a play for more money…

        Pisses anyone off that has honestly looked at the data!!!!!!!!

        Spend some government money subsidizing the cost of endpoint filters instead of another BS study!!!

        • Oh and taking a shower in lead tainted water may even be worse than drinking it!!!

          • PlowboyGrownUp

            It's just staggering that lead pipes were used for water, law or no law.

            • I recently removed the old water well from my back yard. Have been on city water since I moved in and wanted the eyesore gone.

              Guess what I found? All galvanized pipe!!!!

              Good thing I bought a RO "under sink" filter system as the whole house plumbing will be contaminated. I even use a filter on the shower head. They just didn't know (or they didn't care) back when this house was built (mid 70's).

          • HoTaters HoTaters

            Yes, HD, that goes for Fluoride tainted water, too.

        • HoTaters HoTaters

          Great, until the R/O water passes through the NICKEL faucet. What is lining the inside of the brushed nickel faucet? (That's probably a finish. The State of CA now requires no brass fittings are allowed in pipes through which drinking water passes.)

          Requirements for low lead plumbing in California.

          R/O water will pull minerals from pipes. And mineral deposits.

          Is this considered in the design of these systems?

          Just asking.

          • HT, you are absolutely right about the faucet thing. The system uses all food grade plastic and nylon but the faucet is metal. I tested and found the water that lays in the faucet tube between uses has a slightly higher value (4 to 5 ppm) of suspended particles.

            But after letting the water run for a sec or 2 it returns to normal (2ppm versus 54ppm from the tap water). So I always let it run a little before filling the coffee maker.

            Good observation!

  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    "Los Alamos is indeed a microcosm of the U.S. Some people might feel bad about what's going on, but individual conscience does not override that kind of policy. The history reads that it was a land without a people for a people without a land, those touched by brilliance to push the boundaries of human accomplishment, Prometheus-style. No matter that it was built with exploited labor; they are not included in the history anyway. No matter that it was done to kill hundreds of thousands of civilians; there is no memorial here for them.

    Things will continue on in Los Alamos, no matter who is elected U.S. president in November. The political roots run deeper than the surface justifications of security or scientific advancement. And like the rest of the United States, the lasting effects Los Alamos has had on the planet will be felt for millennia to come, if humanity outlasts the product of its labor for at least 24,100 years—the half-life of plutonium-239."

    The Toxic Legacy of Racism and Nuclear Waste Is Very Much Still With Us in Los Alamos

    A company town where the business is nuclear weapons
    Aug 18 2016


  • Real Medical Industry Views and Practices on Thyroid Decision Making After Fukushima
    Well, 2 interesting points. They don't talk about blasting the individual with radioactive Iodine 131 to totally blow away the thyroid and for sure kill it…..there is also serious damage to other body parts in that macabre "treatment". And yes it is a real, and used, "medical treatment".

    Rather than "cut it out" they SIMPLY inject them with massive amounts of radiation to destroy the organ in situ. How "clean". sarc.

    Point 2, they talk about patient involvement in the decision, which is good, but they do not once discuss the reality of living without a thyroid. Thyroid is very essential and controls our entire metabolism. There are tons of ramifications of trying to live with no thyroid, medications, testing, lots of cost and time. This should certainly be a very important part of that discussion with the patient, but it is ignored.

    Young people in Japan are now being diagnosed, not just with cysts, but with real cancer, in great numbers. The Fukushima Furoshiki is in vogue now. Like the Chernobyl necklace. Don't know what I speak of? Google it.



    The Wave

    On the evening of June 15, 1896, the northeast coast of Hondo, [Honshu] the main island of Japan, was struck by a great earthquake wave (tsunami), which was more destructive of life and property than any earthquake convulsion of this century in that empire.

    This article was originally published in the September 1896 National Geographic and retains the original language and spellings.


  • PlowboyGrownUp

    Anybody know how much is a safe dose of that J Crows potassium iodide?

  • When I see this stuff…I consider that a tipping point is possible. they even mention essential oils, where are great.


    Did you know: You can make a year's worth of laundry detergent for you and your family for under $20?

    An average family can spend over $70 on store-bought detergent per year. Making your own isn't only better for the environment, it can save you over 80 percent — and it only takes three ingredients.

    First, take one bar of natural soap (like castile or a gentle glycerin soap) and finely grate it with a cheese grater. Then, take the soap flakes and sprinkle in one cup of washing soda and one cup of borax, sealing your new cleaning concoction in an airtight container.

    When it's laundry time, mix in about 1-2 tablespoons per load. It doesn't take much with this concentrated material — one batch of super-soap can get you through 40-50 loads.

    Make more as needed, and you can even add powdered fabric softener and essential oils for a fresh scent. And yes, it'll even work in your high-efficiency washing machine too.

  • “The BLMF provides grants, movement building resources, and technical assistance to organizations working advance the leadership and vision of young, Black, queer, feminists and immigrant leaders who are shaping and leading a national conversation about criminalization, policing and race in America,” said the Borealis announcement.




    There have been several studies showing that not only do probiotics given in advance of treatment exert a protective function, meaning there is less damage overall, but these healthy bacteria can also promote the repair of the delicate lining during and after radiation. The presence of healthy bacteria regulates the normal immune response in your gut.


    Note: Drink Kefir instead of yogurt.

    http://lifewaykefir.com/. ..[Walmart has it]


    Miso Soup — Cancer-Fighting Probiotics in a Bowl

    Excellent article


    • I do Miso often, it super tasty too. fresh veggies in there too.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Nutrient dense too if you make bone broth. Some argue it actually helps fight leukemias and some solid tumors. If you're a lacto-ovo vegetarian, or eat eggs, you can drop an egg into your soup for the last few minutes. Pastured eggs from fowl eating slugs & bugs are the best. This will make the soup very nutrient dense. It's good with miso. We like it here, too.

        Do you remember the links posted here to the articles on the Japanese doctor who saved so many lives by feeding his patients Miso and sea vegetables after the bomb was dropped on Hiroshima?

        • Could be so HT but I don't eat anything from around the bone anymore due to the documented strontium released from Fuku.

          And you know this has happened (in smaller amounts) other places we don't know about as well.

          Best to not even let your dogs chew them either. I know first hand as the dogs in my area have suffered from numerous problems associated with bones in recent years and many folks that I know won't give their dogs any bones anymore (a sad tragedy for dogs).

          I Came to this conclusion (don't eat from around the bones) from professional experience with animals and the obvious sickness in dogs in recent years.

          Strontium is a bone seeker that mimics calcium.



    Japanese Shocked, Reactors Rocked, by Major Earthquake in July

    Kashiwazaki-Kariwa complex

    A major earthquake hit Japan July 16 offshore of Honshu, the country’s largest island, started a fire at the world’s biggest commercial reactor complex and battered its seven waste fuel cooling pools so badly that they all flooded and one leaked contaminated water to the Sea of Japan.

    The quake smashed open at least 40 barrels of radioactive waste, wrecked a 300-ton ceiling crane and caused radioactive cobalt, iodine and chromium to be spewed into the atmosphere. Most of these consequences were kept secret or went undetected for days.

    They also produced one of the most terrifying sentences ever buried in a newspaper. As reported deep in the New York Times, the Tokyo Electric Company (Tepco) has admitted that “the force of the shaking caused by the earthquake had exceeded the design limits of the reactors, suggesting that the plant’s builders had underestimated the strength of possible earthquakes in the region.”


    This looks like newspaper reports. Also..

    Vermont Yankee

    Thirty-Five-Year-Old Cooling Tower Collapses. With photo.

  • DeadAhead

    Breaking News the Tepco ice wall is a failure https://www.rt.com/news/356559-fukushima-ice-wall-fail/ An “almost” watertight ice wall built around the Fukushima nuclear plant in a bid to prevent groundwater from entering the site has, quite predictably, proven to be not good enough, with Japan’s nuclear watchdog now urging TEPCO to find a better solution. “It’s not zero,” Yuichi Okamura, a general manager at Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) said referring to the amount of groundwater flowing into the plant. “It’s a vicious cycle, like a cat-and-mouse game…we have come up against many unexpected problems.” Like where are the CORES and why is all of America is blowing really high counts at radnet and no one is talking about it. WOW WTF

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      We're talking about it. Watching with dismay here in California. Sacramento airborne counts are some of the lowest in the nation. Coming in at what used to be alert levels (98-102 CPM) on a regular basis, with many, many spikes over that. And this is one of the cleanest areas in the U.S. now. Sigh. Boise is likely near 400CPM. My good friend moved there a few years ago to be safer. She's getting cooked up there, and I'm dismayed for all of us. ;-(

  • Make sure you capture those "poor" votes…..

    If you are poor, you don't have to post bail.

    Aug 19 2016, 5:10 pm ET
    Justice Department Says Poor Can't Be Held When They Can't Afford Bail

    by Pete Williams

    Holding defendants in jail because they can't afford to make bail is unconstitutional, the Justice Department said in a court filing late Thursday — the first time the government has taken such a position before a federal appeals court.

    It's the latest step by the Obama administration in encouraging state courts to move away from imposing fixed cash bail amounts and jailing those who can't pay.


  • Good night peoples, we shall joust until the jousting is done.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      The author, Ryan Call, is apparently delusional.

      "Nuclear energy can and should be included as an important part of the 'all of the above' energy strategy needed to move beyond politicians’ sound bites to a reality that helps protect consumers’ pocketbooks and reduces carbon emissions in an honest effort to protect our environment."


  • Sol Man

    Re: above- Thirty-five year old cooling tower collapses…

    Seems that with npp's age two years in human terms for every year staring when they are first constructed, and that would be with some proper maintenance.

    And, without proper maintenance maybe 3 or 4 to 1. That is assuming that no EQ or tsunami event takes them out sooner.

    • rogerthat


      Gov't to use state funds for cleanup of heavily contaminated Fukushima areas

      AUG. 20, 2016 TOKYO —
      The Japanese government plans to use state funds for radiation cleanup activities in evacuation areas most seriously contaminated by the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster, government sources said Friday.

      It is the first government plan to decontaminate so-called difficult-to-return zones, which include a large portion of the two towns hosting the crippled nuclear complex and some areas of other nearby municipalities in Fukushima Prefecture.

      The move is intended to expedite the cleanup process, but may draw criticism from the public because it will effectively reduce the financial burden for plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc. over one of the world’s worst nuclear crises.

      Under the current legal framework, decontamination costs are first shouldered by the state, and TEPCO is told to reimburse those expenses in time. But as costs are expected to far exceed the earlier estimated 2.5 trillion yen ($25 billion), the utility has called for more financial support.

      The government plans to conduct decontamination work inside difficult-to-return zones where around 24,000 people used to live over 337 square kilometers, the sources said.

      The work within designated “reconstruction bases” …

      • rogerthat

        will include removing buildings, replacing soil and paving roads.

        TEPCO will be asked to only shoulder costs to clean existing facilities and infrastructure that will continue to be used within the reconstruction bases.

        The government hopes to officially endorse the plan possibly this month, the sources said.

        Following the Fukushima nuclear disaster, which was triggered by a huge earthquake and tsunami in March 2011, the government issued evacuation orders affecting 11 municipalities near the plant.

        The areas have been reclassified into three categories based on radiation levels—a zone where evacuation orders are ready to be lifted, a zone where habitation is restricted and a zone where residents will have difficulty returning for a long time.

        The areas subject to evacuation orders have gradually been reduced, with the government setting a goal to lift all the remaining orders apart from those for the difficult-to-return zones by next March.

        For the difficult-to-return zones where the government plans costly intensive radiation cleanup efforts, it hopes to lift the evacuation orders in five years’ time.

        © KYODO

  • rogerthat


    Man’s leukemia deemed result of his work at Fukushima plant
    August 20, 2016

    The labor ministry said a man who developed leukemia by helping in clean-up efforts at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant is entitled to work-related compensation.

    It marks the second such case since the 2011 nuclear disaster.

    The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare recognized that the cancer was due to exposure to radiation at the facility and said the government will cover his medical expenses.

    The ministry said Aug. 19 that the man, who is in his 50s, was involved in removing debris and repairing machinery that handled radioactive water at the plant between April 2011, a month after the triple meltdown triggered by the earthquake and tsunami disaster, and January 2015.

    His accumulative radiation exposure was 54.4 millisieverts.

    The man worked for a contractor with Tokyo Electric Power Co., the operator of the nuclear complex.

    He was diagnosed with leukemia in January 2015, and filed application for worker’s accident compensation at the Fukushima Labor Standards Inspection Office, a regional branch of the ministry.

    Under the ministry’s guidelines, eligibility for work-related compensation in such cases is granted if leukemia is diagnosed after the person worked for more than a year in an assignment which resulted in an annual dose of more than 5 millisieverts.

    The ministry’s…

  • rogerthat


    Roger This: Here We Go Again With The Bomb Factory

    Submitted by Bonnie J. Gordon on August 19, 2016

    Los Alamos Daily Post

    A new report from the Government Accountability Office finds little to like about the latest plans for building plutonium production and analysis capacity at Los Alamos National Laboratory. …

  • rogerthat


    Legal papers depict Hanford managers eager to cut back on safety

    Susannah Frame, KREM August 18, 2016

    Legal documents filed by the Washington state attorney general, the advocacy group Hanford challenge and the local 598 pipefitters union detail a trail of decisions by managers at Hanford that, according to the records, explain why a record number of workers have been exposed to suspected chemical vapors and are suffering adverse health effects from them in the last three months.

    The documents paint a picture of a government contractor eager to cut back on safety protections for the workforce, even during some of the most hazardous work conducted in years. Then, the attorney general and Hanford challenge contend managers didn’t respond accordingly, but instead looked the other way as workers began getting sick in record numbers.

    “WRPS’ position is simple defiance, and shows an unreasonable willingness to sacrifice the health of Hanford workers. Sadly, this is a repetition of a pattern that has occurred for over 20 years (at Hanford),” wrote Hanford Challenge attorneys in a legal motion filed on July 21.

    “The federal government (US Dept. of Energy) is not transparent about what’s going on. They provide misinformation repeatedly. And those aren’t my words, a federal judge a year ago blasted the federal government about …

    • rogerthat

      a lack of transparency around Hanford. So this is just more of the same, frankly,” said state Attorney General Bob Ferguson.

      Trouble Begins

      The legal motions were filed in federal court as part of an emergency action to ask a judge to intervene to force the US Department of Energy, which owns Hanford, and its contractor, Washington River Protection Solutions (WRPS) to increase worker protections.

      According to the documents, the trouble began in March. That’s when WRPS began the complicated and dangerous task of pumping out 800,000 gallons of radioactive and chemically contaminated waste from an infamous underground holding tank known as AY-102. This is the first double shell tank to leak at Hanford and was the subject of a 2013 investigation by KING 5, “Hanford’s Dirty Secrets.”

      Anytime hot, volatile waste is disturbed, as in the AY-102 pumping project, a higher risk of chemical vapor emissions exists. To gear up, WRPS beefed up safety measures such as putting all employees in the field on oxygen tanks called SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus). Managers also increased the area in which people had to be on SCBA.

      Safety downgrade decision

      The safety strategy appeared to be working, until a major decision was made in April, one month into the pumping project. On April 13, WRPS chief operating officer, Robert Gregory, sent an email alerting employees that vapor sampling results showed gases venting from the transfer of the waste …

      • rogerthat

        contained such low levels of toxic chemicals that they would not be harmful to workers.

        “On April 13, 2016, WRPS Chief Operating Officer Robert Gregory announced that sampling data justified eliminating the use of SCBA or other respiratory protections in the impacted farms altogether, except for a small vapor control zone,” wrote Bob Ferguson in the motion. “In doing so, WRPS relied on the same flawed monitoring results and techniques that (a 2014 group of the department of energy’s experts) criticized as inadequately protective.”

        The expert panel referred to by Ferguson was assembled by the Department of Energy after a 2014 series of reports by KING 5, “The Human Toll of Hanford’s Dirty Secrets.” The series revealed a pattern of deception regarding the serious hazards of chemical vapors by the federal government going back decades. The series prompted the $2 million dollar study by the Savannah River tank vapor assessment team. The experts found that WRPS was not using data that reflected the impact of short bursts of chemical vapors that are capable of causing “adverse health effects, particularly upper respiratory (problems).” The blue ribbon panel had harsh criticism for the way WRPS sampled and analyzed air after a vapor episode.

        “The current program is not designed to detect and is incapable of detecting and quantifying this type of acute exposure event,” wrote the vapor team.

        “(The Savannah River experts) stated that relying primarily …

        • rogerthat

          upon long-term monitoring, after-the-fact grab samples, or non-chemical-specific readings is inadequate…Yet WRPS’s Chief Operating Officer, Robert Gregory, admitted that WRPS still relies on that flawed approach,” wrote Hanford Challenge attorneys.

          After the Gregory email WRPS did indeed stop mandatory SCBA for all employees and shrunk the area where employees had to don the protective gear. Two weeks later, workers began getting exposed to suspected chemical vapors in record numbers.

          Exposures increase

          “The impact of the decision to reduce protective gear was borne by the workers just two weeks later when, starting April 28, 2016, more than 40 tank farm workers required medical treatment for exposure to chemical vapors in and around the tank farms over a five-day period,” wrote Ferguson.

          The attorney general said the decision to reduce worker protections was especially troublesome considering ‘WRPS’s own limited monitoring data’ at the time showed dangerous levels of ammonia coming out of the venting systems connected to the underground nuclear waste tanks involved in the pumping.

          “These exhaust levels greatly exceed the established occupational exposure limit for ammonia…and are at levels that are known to cause disabling effects even during brief exposures,” wrote Ferguson. …

          • rogerthat

            “Despite these warnings, WRPS reduced the size of its protective areas and then tried to assure workers the areas were ‘safe’….“This reduction (in safety protocols) resulted in harm to human life. Of the more than 50 workers exposed this spring, some were exposed in areas that would have required respiratory protection prior to the reduction in size of the vapor control zone,” wrote Ferguson.

            Victim speaks out

            “It makes you angry that they’re using you as a piece of cord wood, you’re just a number, a rock, a brick. You’re just a piece that they use until you’re not good to them anymore,” said 24 year Hanford veteran Steve Ellingson. He is one of the workers who experienced an exposure to vapors after the reduction in safeguards. Since his exposure in April he’s experienced difficulty breathing, a burning sensation in his lungs and extreme exhaustion. He’s been prescribed to use a rescue inhaler to open up his lungs four times a day.

            “Right now my lungs hurt all the time. It’s a dull ache all the time across my chest. (It) never goes away,” said Ellingson. Ellingson was featured in several KING 5 reports in 2014 that first exposed the vapor problem at the site. He was one of the workers victimized that year as well. He said getting another exposure makes him worry he’ll never completely heal.

            “I was knocked all the way back to square one,” said Ellingson. “It feels like it’s getting worse every day. I believe from what I hear from other people …

            • rogerthat

              with the same type of exposures that I’ll be affected for the rest of my life.”

              Since the late 1980’s workers at Hanford have been attempting to clean up the nuclear waste mess left behind from the production of plutonium at the site to fuel the bomb dropped on Nagasaki during World War II. Production continued to beef up the country’s nuclear arsenal throughout the Cold War. The process of extracting plutonium from spent fuel rods created a toxic legacy in Eastern Washington – 56 million gallons nuclear waste buried in aging, leaky underground tanks. As the waste decays and is disturbed during activities such as pumping projects, it vents chemical vapors through stacks attached to the underground holding tanks. Some of the chemicals measured at Hanford include mercury, dimethyl mercury, nitrous oxide, furan, ammonia, and formaldehyde.

              Neither WRPS nor the Department of Energy would conduct an interview for this report, but the Department of Energy did issue a statement. A spokesperson wrote safety of the workforce is “a top priority” but that “based on data to date, and the safety measures implemented by the contractor, the Department believes workers are safe while at the worksite.”

              Here is the entire statement:

              "Safety of the workforce is a top priority for the U.S. Department of Energy. The Department takes seriously any safety concern and based on data to date, and the safety measures implemented by the contractor, the Department believes …

              • rogerthat

                workers are safe while at the worksite. Nevertheless, the Department understands workers have continued to express concerns, and has been and continues to take action. In the past year the Energy Department has invested more than $50 million to address these concerns.

                New vapor monitoring and detection equipment has been deployed over the past two years including small, personal monitoring and detection devices; sensors for particles 1/10 the size of a grain of table salt, and scanners, mobile and portable spectrometers that detect ammonia, nitrous oxide and other various volatile organic compounds. In addition we have introduced an array of infrared detection systems and different types of stack and area sampling equipment for field testing in response to these reports. A mobile laboratory is also available that can detect in real time, a wide range of chemicals at levels as low as a few parts per trillion at the site of potential vapor reports. All of these methods are to help the Department get a better understanding of how to reduce or eliminate potential vapor events.

                The department continues to review all reports of odors and/or symptoms and is working towards better understanding how to further address these concerns to ensure a safe environment for workers that is protective of their health."

                Ferguson said the culture at Hanford will not change until the federal government admits it has a serious vapor problem, just as their own experts …

                • rogerthat

                  have underscored in a series of commissioned reports dating back to 1992.

                  “I don’t say it lightly when I say there’s a culture of indifference toward worker safety there. But what other conclusion can one reach? Their own experts tell them what to do, they refuse to do it and workers still get sick.”

                  — Follow Susannah Frame on Twitter: @SFrameK5

    • DUDe DUDe

      "..Legal papers depict Hanford managers eager to cut back on safety.."

      Every fiber in my body wants to yell..Enough !!!
      Open hunt season has begun , every employee above a certain base level of all those company's with systemic corruption needs to be shot on sight..the higher in rank and the more damage the company does..the higher the price for their scalp..!
      You will be paid from their recovered bonuses and all their other scams and the rest goes back to society and is used to clean up the planet as much as possible..and the installment of a new economic system that does not encourage such atrocities..

      But i would be breaking the law in yelling so, and their would not be a systematic "looking the other way" in handling me..altough my urge is based on an instinct to survive..selfdefence..a human right i believe..someone untouchable high up should explain to me why there is that difference..and how it improves our short and longterm chances of survival because i dont get it..

      Mister P aka Pusherman..care to give it a shot ?

      But i'm just a simple child that believes life should be a lovestory between him and the living planet and all its interconnected wonders..

  • rogerthat

    a fine piece of journalism:


    The Toxic Legacy of Racism and Nuclear Waste Is Very Much Still With Us in Los Alamos

    A company town where the business is nuclear weapons.

    By Taryn Fivek / AlterNet August 18, 2016

  • rogerthat


    Reader Comment: Batt: No new fuel until feds clean up INL
    Philip Batt Aug 19, 2016

    Philip E. Batt is a former governor of Idaho.

  • rogerthat


    Canadian nuclear boss jokes about whistleblowers and muzzles environmentalist
    By Mike De Souza | August 18th 2016

    Shawn-Patrick Stensil shook his head in disbelief as he walked out of a Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission public meeting on Thursday.

    The commission invited Stensil to speak about nuclear safety issues, but wouldn't let him comment about a remarkable anonymous letter that raised serious engineering and procedural issues questioning whether the agency was doing a bad job overseeing reactors. The commission's president and chief executive, Michael Binder, led a series of jokes ridiculing the whistleblowers the night before, prompting a public rebuke by the union representing government scientists. Today, Binder cut off Stensil’s microphone.

    The commission also declined to review Stensil's 26-page analysis of the safety issues raised in the anonymous letter.

    "I've never been shut down before like that by the commission," said Stensil in an interview with National Observer after his brief appearance at the meeting.

    Stensil is a senior energy strategist at Greenpeace Canada, who has researched nuclear safety policy issues for more than a decade and testifies frequently before federal panels about the issue.

    The commission is an independent federal regulator that is responsible for overseeing the Canadian nuclear…

    • rogerthat

      industry. In other words, it is there to ensure that Canada’s nuclear reactors don’t meltdown and cause a full-scale catastrophe.

      "I've been intervening before the commission for 15 years," Stensil said. "They didn't want to see any outside opposing views. They didn't want to ask why it happened in the first place and it also shows that the Harper government is still alive and well at the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. Outside views aren't welcome. Dissenting views aren't welcome. And that's a legacy of Harper that the Trudeau government needs to clean up."

      The letter, released by Stensil, a nuclear campaigner from Greenpeace Canada, to media outlets in July, was addressed to Binder, who was appointed by the government of former prime minister Stephen Harper. Stensil had received a copy of the letter, along with other senior officials at the commission in May. It suggested that commission employees were not doing their job properly, withholding critical information from commissioners, prior to decisions on nuclear safety.

      The letter also alleged that some nuclear plants were violating safety rules and had licenses that were approved following inadequate reviews by staff, who then withheld information from commissioners prior to decisions. The author or authors said that the commission, as a result, failed to identify safety risks at nuclear plants and impose conditions to reduce the likelihood of serious accidents.

      Stensil has compared …

      • rogerthat

        these types of failings to the errors which led to the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan that was triggered by an earthquake and tsunami in 2011, causing serious damage in its wake.

        "It's very clear from this letter that people (the authors) have inside information about what's going on at the CNSC," Stensil said. "I've seen some of these issues raised in debates internally that I've gotten through access to information (requests). There's a credibility issue here. And when you start dismissing a dissenter as not having expertise, it really shows why they probably did this in an anonymous fashion."

        But when Stensil began addressing the whistleblowers' concerns, Binder told him that the commission had discussed the anonymous letter the night before and proceeded to cut off the environmentalist’s microphone.

        Whistleblowers targeted by jokes, ridicule

        At that previous meeting, the commission heard testimony from several staff, led by Peter Elder, an engineer and strategic advisor at the commission who presented a report that dismissed the concerns raised by the whistleblowers and defended the commission’s oversight and integrity.

        Binder and the commission’s senior staff went a bit further, suggesting that the letter’s author or authors were incompetent.

        “So I’m listening to all of you and then the question is was this letter written by our staff?” Binder asked on Wednesday evening, prompting some laughter from staff. “Because the conclusion (from…

        • rogerthat

          staff) is completely diametrically opposed to anything in this particular letter.”

          After another staff member questioned the expertise of of whoever wrote the letter, Binder decided to make a joke about it.

          “So if you’re correct, we’re into a conspiracy theory,” Binder said, drawing more laughter.

          After several staff members further ridiculed the letter and commended their boss, Binder, for raising good points, another executive, Ramzi Jammal, the executive vice president and chief regulatory operations officer intervened to echo their comments.

          “I’m pretty sure that somebody is going to exploit the declaration of our specialists here in respect to the letter, so I’ll let that take place,” said Jammal. “At no time did we (senior staff) withhold information from the commission, and at no time (were) the public or the reactors unsafe.”

          Stensil described the whole exercise as having appeared to be staged to embarrass and shame the author or authors of the letter and discourage others from coming forward with safety concerns.

          Scientists' union rebukes nuclear boss, vows to defend public interest

          Binder’s behaviour prompted a rebuke from the union that represents the commission's scientists and which has been trying to ensure that its collective agreements with government include protections for scientific integrity to prevent muzzling. …

          • rogerthat

            "Our members who are involved in protecting the safety of Canadians do not take their duties or concerns lightly,” said Steve Hindle, vice-president of the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada. “It is unfortunate that Mr. Binder has chosen to make light of such an important issue. But his reaction will not prevent our members from defending the public interest.”

            Earlier this month, PIPSC president, Debi Daviau, issued a statement saying that a number of her members were concerned that the anonymous letter and the dismissal of its concerns were more evidence of muzzling.

            Stensil also noted that Jammal has previously had a history of reacting angrily to whistleblowers. Records from a meeting with the union officials in June 2014, show that Jammal asked to have concerns about muzzling added to the agenda in response to PIPSC’s “Big Chill” report which accused the former Harper government of muzzling scientists and making decisions that were putting public health and safety at risk.

            The minutes of that meeting, provided to National Observer by Stensil, show that Jammal then asked union officials to publicly contradict the findings from that report which suggested nuclear scientists were being asked to manipulate data or hide safety issues. The union never followed up, Stensil noted. …

            • rogerthat

              When asked why Stensil was not allowed to comment, the commission sent National Observer a statement explaining that it didn't want public input.

              "The Technical Review Report regarding the anonymous letter was added to the Commission’s meeting agenda on August 3, 2016 as an information item," the commission said in the statement. "This was added in order to allow Members of the Commission to consider the findings of the technical review in its public proceeding. The Commission did not invite or solicit interventions, or input from the public, for this item.

              "While there were some unsolicited submissions sent to the Commission in relation to this item, the Commission determined that these submissions would not be admitted into the record for this Commission meeting. The meeting minutes, when available, will reflect any direction from the Commission in regard to this meeting item dealing with the anonymous letter, technical review report or associated documents."

  • rogerthat


    Indigenous Australians Fight Planned Nuclear Dump On Sacred Lands

    “It’s like me and my sisters going to the Vatican and saying we want to put a waste dump right under the pillar where they say St. Peter is buried.”

    (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Enice Marsh remembers the black clouds of “poison stuff” that billowed from the northwest after British atomic bomb tests in the 1950s spread fallout across swathes of South Australia.

    Now a new kind of radioactivity could head to her ancestral home in the remote Flinders Ranges – a nuclear waste dump.

    “To me, it feels like a death penalty,” said Marsh, 73, standing in the cemetery of the outback town of Hawker, where many of her relatives are buried under red earth.

    “We are one big family and the land also is family to us. We care for the land just in the same way we care for our family.”

    South Australia is at the heart of a debate over the nation’s nuclear future that highlights a familiar tension between quick economic gain and long-term custodianship of land occupied by Aboriginal people for more than 50,000 years. …

  • rogerthat


    … The ministry’s unusual concern for radioactive cars is related to the fact many of the vehicles seen driving along Georgian roads have been imported from Japan, …

  • rogerthat


    A Federal Nuclear Lawsuit has been filed against President Obama, Secretary of State Kerry, Director of CIA John O. Brennan, Secretary of Department of Defense Ashton Carter, Secretary Department of Treasury Jacob Lew, Secretary Department of Energy Ernest Moniz, and Secretary of Department of Commerce Penny Pritzker

    In D.C. on 8 August 2016, Grant Smith the director of the Institute for Research: Middle East Policy, filed this lawsuit in Federal court because U.S. aid to Israel has been illegal under our own laws passed in the 1970’s which prohibits aid to nuclear powers who have not signed the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty.

    During investigations into the illegal diversion of weapons-grade uranium from U.S. contractor NUMEC to Israel in the mid-1970s, Senators Stuart Symington and John Glenn amended the 1961 Foreign Assistance Act to ban any aid to clandestine nuclear powers that were not NPT signatories, such as Israel.

    The U.S. is finalizing a ten-year memorandum of understanding which will reportedly boost aid to $4-5 billion per year. The director of the Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy (IRmep) in the suit challenges the authority of the president and U.S. federal agencies to deliver such foreign aid to Israel. Such aid violates longstanding bans on aid to non-signatories to the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT) with nuclear weapons programs. …

    • rogerthat

      Since the bans went into effect U.S. foreign aid to Israel is estimated to be $234 billion.

      Excerpted from the lawsuit:

      Israel has long had a nuclear weapons program and continually engages in activities which should trigger the cited provisions of Symington & Glenn [Amendments]. Among the most authoritative and complete recently released status updates about Israel’s nuclear weapons program was contained in Critical Technology Assessment in Israel and NATO Nations, a report chartered by the U.S. Department of Defense, prepared for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense and presented in April of 1987.

      The report was publicly released through an unnecessarily arduous Freedom of Information Act lawsuit before this court on February 10, 2015. The report revealed the advanced state of Israel’s program in 1987:

      “The SOREQ and the Dimona/Beer Shiva facilities are the equivalent of our Los Alamos, Lawrence Livermore and Oak Ridge National Laboratories. The SOREQ center runs the full nuclear gamut of activities from engineering, administration and non-destructive testing to electro-optics, pulsed power, process engineering and chemistry and nuclear research and safety. This is the technology base required for nuclear weapons design and fabrication.”

      Israel’s nuclear weapons facilities’ were essentially a scaled-down version of U.S. facilities says the report, “The capability of SOREQ to support SDIO and nuclear technologies is almost an exact parallel …

  • rogerthat


    … Everyone knows that nukes are already in Okinawa," Murashkin said. …

  • rogerthat


    Challenge to nuclear waste facility heads to trial

    Pilgrim neighbors based 2014 lawsuit on permits and property values

    By Christine Legere

    Aug. 18, 2016

    BOSTON — After two years of waiting, neighbors of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station will go to trial Monday in state Land Court to challenge construction of a massive storage facility for nuclear spent fuel on plant property.

    The lawsuit, filed in 2014 by a handful of residents who live within two miles of the plant, alleges that the nuclear waste facility will affect property values.

    The town of Plymouth improperly granted permits to Entergy, Pilgrim’s owner-operator, in 2013, they say. They contend a special permit process with a public hearing should have been required.

    Defendants in the case are Entergy; Plymouth Building Commissioner Paul McAuliffe, who issued a building permit for a concrete pad where massive dry casks would store spent fuel; and members of the Plymouth Zoning Board of Appeals, who upheld the building commissioner’s actions.

    When the suit was filed, the large concrete pad had not yet been built. Since then, Entergy has constructed the pad about 150 feet from the shore of Cape Cod Bay and moved three massive casks that store 200 spent fuel assemblies onto it.
    Pilgrim stores more than 3,000 …

    • rogerthat

      spent fuel assemblies in a large pool above the reactor. Those will eventually be placed in dry casks.

      Margaret Sheehan, an attorney for the abutters, said last week the challenge against Entergy and town officials came down to whether the spent fuel facility “is a matter of right or does it require a special permit, which would require a public hearing and allow Plymouth to add conditions.”

      No one envisioned that spent fuel would be stored indefinitely at the Pilgrim site more than 40 years ago, when the town granted the original special permit for the operation, Sheehan said.

      Neighbors testified last week, along with an economist who backed their argument on property impacts with studies that showed properties near spent-fuel storage facilities would lose value.

      After the testimony, Entergy filed a motion to dismiss the case, saying the plaintiffs had failed to prove they had standing to file the suit. Standing requires that plaintiffs show they will suffer more harm than others in the community as a result of whatever action they are protesting.

      In ruling that the abutters did have standing, the Land Court referred to a Plymouth bylaw that regulates the light industrial district, where the nuclear power station and spent fuel storage facility are located.

      That district allows businesses of “light intensity, clean operational nature” under the bylaw. Heavier industries, such as the nuclear plant, would require special permits, which Pilgrim …

      • rogerthat

        secured decades ago.

        The court said the general purpose of Plymouth’s bylaw, coupled with the additional requirement that special permits be granted only when the suggested use would not cause a nuisance or adverse impact on the neighborhood, “make the protection of property values an implicit interest protected in the bylaw.”

        The trial, presided over by Judge Robert Foster, is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. at Land Court, 3 Pemberton Square in Boston.

  • rogerthat


    Advisory Board on Radiation and Worker Health Subcommittee for Dose Reconstruction Reviews, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Meeting

    A Notice by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on 08/19/2016

    Publication Date:
    Friday, August 19, 2016
    Department of Health and Human Services
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    10:30 a.m.-5 p.m., EDT, September 13, 2016.


    In accordance with section 10(a)(2) of the Federal Advisory Committee Act (Pub. L. 92-463), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), announces the following meeting for the aforementioned subcommittee:

    Time and Date: 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m., EDT, September 13, 2016.
    Place: Audio Conference Call via FTS Conferencing.

    Status: Open to the public, but without a public comment period. The public is welcome to submit written comments in advance of the meeting, to the contact person below. Written comments received in advance of the meeting will be included in the official record of the meeting. …

    • rogerthat

      The public is also welcome to listen to the meeting by joining the teleconference at the USA toll-free, dial-in number at 1-866-659-0537 and the pass code is 9933701.

      Background: The Advisory Board on Radiation and Worker Health (ABRWH or the Advisory Board) was established under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act of 2000 to advise the President on a variety of policy and technical functions required to implement and effectively manage the new compensation program.

      Key functions of the Advisory Board include providing advice on the development of probability of causation guidelines that have been promulgated by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as a final rule; advice on methods of dose reconstruction, which have also been promulgated by HHS as a final rule; advice on the scientific validity and quality of dose estimation and reconstruction efforts being performed for purposes of the compensation program; and advice on petitions to add classes of workers to the Special Exposure Cohort.

      In December 2000, the President delegated responsibility for funding, staffing, and operating the Advisory Board to HHS, which subsequently delegated this authority to CDC. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) implements this responsibility for CDC.

      The charter was issued on August 3, 2001, renewed at appropriate intervals, rechartered on March 22, 2016 pursuant to Executive Order 13708, and will expire …

  • The problem with the Kardashians and other white people culturally appropriating black hair styles is simple: These are black historical styles, and they haven’t earned the right to wear them.



    this is the level of the 3 pound monkey brain controlled by big money and propaganda.

    Do you think we can kill off nuclear power at this rate?

    Still I shall joust

  • stock here, chime in on lemon juice please


    The 2 Dimensional View on the Internet is simply than Lemon juice is a "great clean alkalizer of the body with all the spin off health effects". But look at the chart above that I have annotated. Lemon juice is quite the strong acid, how can it alkalize the body (opposite of acid).

    I am going to be using more of the 2D, 3D, and even 4D descriptions in the future, after seeing it used effectively on a review of the Sandy Hook training exercise.

    2D is just what is presented without any real explanation or fact.
    3D is the next, better step, some explanation or fact, maybe even some research or cross reference. But be careful in the 3D world, because the BEST lies contain an element of the truth.
    4D is still better, where the idea is supported with known science or engineering, or real studies that perhaps present tables, the calculation method, the number of tests performed or quantities of "subjects" and maybe the root data.
    5D is 4D but with some original thinking, that ties other lines of thinking and theories into a new hypothesis on how things are really working.
    6D Is the actual testing of the theories and hypothesis that are developed in 5D. Rarely do we ever get to 6D. But think how many people live in the 2D world and how dangerous that is.

    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

      stock. Acid-alkaline is almost too complicated to be practical. No simple understanding suffices. The best is to resort to natures method; fresh and raw foods with lots of herbs, a healthy lifestyle.

      Lemons are acidic but so is the stomach. Acids in the stomach helping to digest food, ionize minerals, release bicarb into the system will all affect PH balances. Breathing out C02 (tax it!) and retaining bicarbonate by the kidneys are the way we naturally keep ph in its narrow limits. Lemons have minerals vitamins and cofactors that make simple acid alkaline assumptions invalid. I wouldnt suck on them though, as they will dissolve teeth.

      Read about metabolic types here;



      • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

        Lemons are the most alkaline fruit there is. Cancer can't live in an alkaline environment.

        • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

          Maybe I should have said that lemons are the most alkaline once in the body.

          Lemon Juice – Acidic, Alkaline or Both?
          By: Dr. Mee Lain Ling Wednesday, 19 June 2013 04:10
          “Conditions: cancer, arthritis, gout, obesity, osteoporosis, allergies, chronic fatigue, diabetes type II, multiple sclerosis, gastritis, G.I. tract ulcers
          “There is often misunderstanding of lemon’s pH outside the body versus inside the body. Let’s get this straight and expound on 10 benefits of regularly taking lemon juice with warm water (note: NOT equal to lemonade!)
          “Outside the body, lemon juice is acidic (pH is below 7). This is a non-issue. Everyone knows this. It’s a citrus fruit.
          “Inside the body however, when lemon juice has been fully metabolized and its minerals are dissociated in the bloodstream, its effect is alkalizing and therefore raises the pH of body tissue (pH above 7 is alkaline). Please notice the difference.
          “Why is it important for body tissue to be alkaline rather than acidic? Well, for chemistry enthusiasts, we know that in long-term acidic environments, normal cell structure and function are damaged. The exception to this is the stomach, where the hydrochloric acid secreted there is intended to aid in cellular digestion of food. But even the stomach is internally lined with special cells to prevent the acid from burning through the stomach’s layers, which is a condition otherwise known as “gastritis” or stomach ulcer.
          “Similar to the food we eat, human tissue –…

          • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

            muscles, organs, fascia, cells and blood simply break down faster in acidic conditions. The only difference however, is that ingested food becomes fuel for life in its metabolized state whereas broken down tissue dies and becomes toxic waste.
            “How does the body become acidic? Through unbalanced diets too rich in acid-producing or inflammatory foods, repressed or unexpressed negative emotions, persistent negative subconscious thought patterns, and overall wear and tear in human body functions….”

          • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

            #11) Six Lemons a Day (Alkaline)
            Perhaps the safest way to get alkalinity into the body is with lemon juice.
            A person should freeze many lemons. Then take six of them a day and grate them (including the skin).
            The patient takes all six grated lemons every day.
            People have been cured of their cancer doing this, though as a cancer researcher I would certainly do other things as well that would not interfere with this protocol. See:
            Article on Lemons and Cancer
            Lemons and Cancer
            Eating a Lemon is lot Healthier than eating an Orange …….. LEMONS will clean all your INTESTINES.. Which oranges don’t ..
            LISTEN UP FOLKS:
            This is something that we should all take seriously. Even doctors are now saying that there is value in trying “LEMON”
            A must-read-
            The surprising benefits of lemon!
            I remain perplexed!
            Institute of Health Sciences, 819 N. L.L.C. Charles Street Baltimore , MD 1201.
            This is the latest in medicine, effective for cancer!
            Read carefully & you be the judge.
            Lemon (Citrus) is a miraculous product to kill cancer cells. It is 10,000 times stronger than chemotherapy.
            Why do we not know about that? Because there are laboratories interested in making a synthetic version that will bring them huge profits. You can now help a friend in need by letting him/her know that lemon juice is beneficial in preventing the disease. Its taste is pleasant and it does not produce the horrific effects of…

            • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

              [I forgot the quotes in the above] [cont.]
              "…of chemotherapy. How many people will die while this closely guarded secret is kept, so as not to jeopardize the beneficial multimillionaires large corporations? As you know, the lemon tree is known for its varieties of lemons and limes. You can eat the fruit in different ways: you can eat the pulp, juice press, prepare drinks, sorbets, pastries, etc… It is credited with many virtues, but the most interesting is the effect it produces on cysts and tumors. This plant is a proven remedy against cancers of all types. Some say it is very useful in all variants of cancer. It is considered also as an anti microbial spectrum against bacterial infections and fungi, effective against internal parasites and worms, it regulates blood pressure which is too high and an antidepressant, combats stress and nervous disorders.

              "The source of this information is fascinating: it comes from one of the largest drug manufacturers in the world, says that after more than 20 laboratory tests since 1970, the extracts revealed that: It destroys the malignant cells in 12 cancers, including colon, breast, prostate, lung and pancreas … The compounds of this tree showed 10,000 times better than the product Adriamycin, a drug normally used chemotherapeutic in the world, slowing the growth of cancer cells. And what is even more astonishing: this type of therapy with lemon extract only destroys malignant cancer cells and it does not affect healthy cells."

              • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                Institute of Health Sciences, 819 N. L.L.C. Cause Street, Baltimore, MD1201

                For salad dressing I put the salad and one organic lemon and one organic apple in the food processor with the S-blade.

              • GOM GOM

                For cripes sake, the medical industrial complex IS a corporation. No one cares about the blood, lemons are expensive, and what Code said…

                • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                  TY, PGU. here is one study:

                  In Vitro Studies on Phytochemical Content, Antioxidant, Anticancer, Immunomodulatory, and Antigenotoxic Activities of Lemon, Grapefruit, and Mandarin Citrus Peels.
                  Diab KA1.
                  “In recent years, there has been considerable research on recycling of agroindustrial waste for production of bioactive compounds. The food processing industry produces large amounts of citrus peels that may be an inexpensive source of useful agents.
                  “The present work aimed to explore the phytochemical content, antioxidant, anticancer, antiproliferation, and antigenotxic activities of lemon, grapefruit, and mandarin peels.
                  MATERIALS AND METHODS:
                  Peels were extracted using 98% ethanol and the three crude extracts were assessed for their total polyphenol content (TPC), total flavonoid content (TFC), and antioxidant activity using DPPH (1, 1diphenyl2picrylhydrazyl). Their cytotoxic and mitogenic proliferation activities were also studied in human leukemia HL60 cells and mouse splenocytes by CCK8 assay. In addition, genotoxic/ antigenotoxic activity was explored in mouse splenocytes using chromosomal aberrations (CAs) assay.
                  “Lemon peels had the highest of TPC followed by grapefruit and mandarin. In contrast, mandarin peels contained the highest of TFC followed by lemon and grapefruit peels. Among the extracts, lemon peel possessed the strongest antioxidant activity as indicated by the highest DPPH radical scavenging, the…

                  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                    lowest effective concentration 50% (EC50= 42.97 ?g extract/ mL), and the highest Trolox equivalent antioxidant capacity (TEAC=0.157). Mandarin peel exhibited moderate cytotoxic activity (IC50 = 77.8 ?g/mL) against HL60 cells, whereas grapefruit and lemon peels were ineffective antileukemia. Further, citrus peels possessed immunostimulation activity via augmentation of proliferation of mouse splenocytes (Tlymphocytes). Citrus extracts exerted noncytotoxic, and antigenotoxic activities through remarkable reduction of CAs induced by cisplatin in mouse splenocytes for 24 h.
                    “The phytochemical constituents of the citrus peels may exert biological activities including anticancer, immunostimulation and antigenotoxic potential.”

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                      I always grind up all the peel with the lemon. The white part just under the peel is supposed to be very good to combat the effects of radiation.

              • PlowboyGrownUp

                "General pH Level Indicator
                Keeping your dosage of lemon juice per 1 cup water consistent, a simple indicator of whether your body is more acidic or alkaline is whether lemon juice in hot or warm water tastes sour or not. If the sour taste is strong, your body is very acidic. If it’s not sour at all and even tastes like lemonade to you (without the sugar), your body is in a healthier, more alkaline state." from M'sheeka's link

                • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                  Neutral ph is 7. Desired is about 7.35 – 7.5, I think. Ph can be as high as 14. Perhaps from Code's article high ph is much closer to 14. I didn't read the article he posted as carefully as I might have.

                  • HoTaters HoTaters

                    blood pH = 14.0 in a human being
                    = VERY DEAD HUMAN

                    • HoTaters HoTaters

                      But neutral is probably ideal. Slightly alkaline OK. There isn't much flexibility on this. Blood pH measurements have a much smaller healthy range than urine pH for example. It's complicated and not good to overgeneralize & oversimplify assumptions on this.

                      Having one lemon per day isn't a bad idea, all that being said.

          • GOM GOM

            Doc M' Sheeka or whatever..stop peddling snake oil. Lemons are extremely dehydrating and cause kidney problems…ect.

            • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

              So drink a gallon of water a day.

              • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                Here are some suggestions on how to handle side effects of too much lemon.

                • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                  how do we know lemons are going to cure us of something we dont even know we have? (acidosis). Something somebody wrote in some book somewhere.

                  First we can admit we hardly know anything, especially as non specialists in biochemistry. Is acid ph good, bad, or does it just totally depend on what situation you are talking about?

                  We found that high pH strongly increased the rate of free radical generation in all of the conditions studied

                  hmmm free radicals eh? Are they 'good' or 'bad'. evil, or godly?

                  Fibroblasts and epithelial cells (healthy) were found to have a pHG of 6.17–6.36.

                  • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                    FREE RADICALS: What they are and how they damage the human body
                    Posted by Nahemah Rhiannyr on June 13, 2011 0 Comments
                    “ANTI-OXIDANTS relationship to alkalization-acidic (pH balance) and free radical destruction
                    “Free radicals are destructive organic molecules responsible for aging, tissue damage and degenerative disease. Being highly unstable, free radicals have to bond with other molecules, thus damaging these other molecules as life is literally leached out of them. Anti-oxidants are protective molecules that prevent free radicals from harming (sucking the life out of) healthy tissue.
                    “Unstable molecules (free radicals) not having an even number of electrons, continuously “seek out” extra electrons that they can “steal” to help stabilize themselves. In the human body, this process of free radicals robbing “the life” from your cells results in untold damage.
                    “Free radicals are labeled “free” because they float around (freely) until becoming stabilized by bonding with other molecules. The “radical” term applies to the wide variety of molecules from which they can steal an electron. However, the damage doesn t end here, as the new molecule formed from (as an example: a piece of a cell wall) thus deprived of its electron becomes another free radical. This “snowball effect” wreaks havoc on healthy tissue and begins the degradation that destroys immune systems.
                    “Anti-oxidants are the antidote to voracious electrons feeding the free radicals. Anti-oxidants generated by…

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                      ionized alkaline water act like giant boulders blocking the oncoming snowballs – stopping the free radicals from causing untold damage. Due to the ionizer alkalization, tap water molecules are micro-clustered (reduced to half-size) in order to more easily and efficiently penetrate the body’s cellular structure. And the faster anti-oxidants are absorbed into the body, the more effectively they work.
                      “Some degenerative processes caused by free radicals may be inevitable (such as aging) but others can be prevented (DNA destruction, arteries being clogged).
                      “Free radicals are caused by the body s absorption of environmental pollutants, heavy metals, fertilizer and acid rain run-off, tobacco smoking-chewing and other toxic substances. Free radicals play a significant role in the generation of cancer, strokes and heart disease (to mention but a few of their negative aspects).
                      “Oxidation occurs when O2 (oxygen gas) or free radicals remove electrons (or protons) from bio-molecules one-after-another, which attack the immune system and encourage the onset of illness.

                      “This simple example illustrates the delicate configuration of individual water molecules that enables them to break relatively stronger bonds by converging on them. This is why water is called “the universal solvent” a natural solution that breaks the bonds of larger, more complex molecules. This is the chemistry of life on earth, in water and on land.

                      “Oxidation-reduction reactions
                      “Basically, reduction…

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                      “Oxidation-reduction reactions
                      “Basically, reduction means the addition of an electron (e-), and its converse, oxidation means the removal of an electron. The addition of an electron, reduction, stores energy in the reduced compound. The removal of an electron, oxidation, liberates energy from the oxidized compound. Whenever one substance is reduced, another is oxidized.
                      “To clarify this, consider any two molecules – A and B. When molecules A and B come into contact, here is what happens:

                      • B grabs an electron from molecule A.
                      • Molecule A has been oxidized because it has lost an electron.
                      • The net charge of B has been reduced because it has gained a negative electron (e-).
                      “In biological systems, removal or addition of an electron constitutes the most frequent mechanism of oxidation-reduction reactions.
                      “Acids and Bases
                      “An acid is a substance that increases the concentration of hydrogen ions (H+) in water. A base is a substance that decreases concentration of hydrogen ions (i.e. increasing concentration of hydroxide ions OH-).
                      “The degree of acidity or alkalinity of a solution is measured in terms of a value known as pH, which is the negative logarithm of the concentration of hydrogen ions:
                      pH = 1/log[H+] = -log[H+]
                      “What is pH?
                      “On the pH scale, the ranges of acid-alkaline balance are:
                      0 on the acidic end to
                      14 on the alkaline end
                      “A solution is neutral when it is pH 7.
                      At pH 7, water contains equal concentrations of H+ and OH- ions.

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                      less than pH 7 are acidic because they contain a higher concentration of H+ ions.
                      Substances higher than pH 7 are alkaline because they contain a higher concentration of OH- than H+.
                      “The importance of balancing pH
                      Living things are extremely sensitive to pH and generally function at optimum levels when nearly neutral. There are certain exceptions, such as portions of the digestive tract.
                      Most interior living matter (excluding cell nucleus) has a 6.8 pH.
                      “Blood plasma and other fluids that surround the cells in the body have a pH of 7.2 to 7.3.
                      Special mechanisms (buffers) help stabilize fluids so cells do not suffer appreciable pH fluctuations. Buffers bond ions and remove them from solution whenever their concentration begins to rise.
                      “Conversely, buffers release ions when their concentration starts falling. This is an important function because many biochemical reactions in living organisms either “release” or “use-up” ions.
                      OXYGEN is TOO MUCH of a good thing – WHY illness begins
                      Oxygen is essential to survival. It is relatively stable in the air but when too much is absorbed into the body, it becomes active, unstable and has a tendency to attach itself to any biological molecule, including molecules of healthy cells.
                      The chemical activity of these free radicals is due to one or more pairs of unpaired electrons.
                      About 2% of the oxygen we breathe becomes active oxygen –increasing to 20% during aerobic exercise.
                      “FREE RADICALS with unpaired electrons are…

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                      unstable as well as having high oxidation potential. Meaning: they are capable of stealing electrons from other cells.
                      This chemical mechanism is useful in disinfectants (hydrogen peroxide and ozone) used to sterilize wounds and medical instruments. Inside the body these free radicals are of great benefit due to their ability to attack and eliminate bacteria, viruses and other waste products.
                      Active Oxygen in the body
                      Problems arise, however, when too many of these free radicals are loose in the body where they damage normal tissue.
                      Putrefaction starts as microbes in the air invade proteins, peptides and amino acids (eggs, fish, meat) resulting in many unpleasant substances:
                      • Hydrogen sulfide
                      • Ammonia
                      • Histamines
                      • Indoles
                      • Phenols
                      • Scatoles
                      “These substances are naturally produced in the digestive tract as food is digested. Food spoiled (putrefaction) from microbes in the air is duplicated in the digestive tract by intestinal microbes. All such digestive wastes are pathogenic. Meaning: they cause disease in the body.
                      Hydrogen sulfide and ammonia are liver damaging tissue toxins.
                      Histamines contribute to allergic disorders such as dermatitis, hives and asthma. Indoles and phenols are considered carcinogenic.
                      Because all the waste products mentioned above are toxic and produce active oxygen, the body tries eliminating them by releasing white corpuscles. Problems arise as too many active oxygen molecules (FREE radicals) are produced in the body. They are…

                    • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                      extremely reactive and attach themselves to healthy cells, thus damaging them genetically. This electron “theft” created by active oxygen oxidizes tissue – and causes disease.
                      “Anti-oxidants block dangerous oxidation
                      “One way to protect healthy tissue from the ravages of oxidation caused by active oxygen is to provide free electrons to active oxygen radicals, thus neutralizing their high oxidation potential and preventing them from reacting with healthy tissue.
                      Much of the damage caused by carcinogenic substances in food comes from an oxidation reaction in the cell. In this process, an oddball oxygen molecule may damage the cell s genetic code. Researchers believe substances preventing oxidation (ANTI-OXIDANTS) block the damage.
                      “The intake of natural anti-oxidants is vital to the body s defense against cancer.
                      Water treated by electrolysis has increased reduction potential – and the ANTI-OXIDANTS produced by electrolysis is the best solution to the problem of providing a safe source of free electrons to block the oxidation of normal tissue by free oxygen radicals.
                      Ionized alkaline water (or reduced water) with an excess of free electrons to donate to active oxygen is the best solution because:
                      • The reduction potential of water can be dramatically increased over other antioxidants in food or vitamin supplements.
                      • The molecule weight of reduced water is low, making it fast acting and able to reach all tissues of the body in a very short time.”

                    • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

                      alkaline water….wait, I must have it backwards then. 'alkaline water with an excess of free electrons to donate to active oxygen is the best solution' Doesnt acidic water have more free electrons?

                      from your link above;

                      'An acid is a substance that increases the concentration of hydrogen ions (H+) in water. A base is a substance that decreases concentration of hydrogen ions (i.e. increasing concentration of hydroxide ions OH-).'

              • GOM GOM

                Please, anyone reading this non-sense, don't drink that much water. Electrolyte imbalance kills people. This amount, along with food & normal fluid intake is dangerous.

                You are starting to piss me off EAsshoa

                • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                  What are your qualifications that they are greater than Gary Null's. I've seen him on TV and having many people stand up and say that drinking 1 gallon of water a day cured all their health problems.

                • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                  DR. GARY NULL:
                  “You should DRINK AT LEAST ONE GALLON of purified water a day. Most of us drink only at mealtime and when we’re noticeably thirsty. Wrong. You can develop a habit of NOT drinking water and walk around being 66 or 67 percent water, instead of 74 percent, which is what your body needs.
                  When you don’t have the water in you, you won’t ever have the energy you need. The very first thing I do to get people’s energy up is to increase the amount of water in their diet. Immediately, their energy goes up.
                  When someone has dementia, the first thing I do is give them lots of cold water all day, every day. About three weeks later, I start to see their dementia dissipate because they have rehydrated their brains. Unfortunately, your brain actually shrinks as you dehydrate. By DRINKING LOTS OF PURE WATER, you get better neuron activity and better cellular chemistry, and you’re able to detoxify the cells with water.
                  Water has to be pure, free from fluoride, chlorine, and chemicals, which is why I recommend distilled water. To achieve optimum health, I recommend that you DRINK A HALF GALLON TO ONE FULL GALLON PER DAY.”
                  — Dr. Gary Null, Ph.D., from, “Gary Null’s Ultimate Anti-Aging Program,” Kensington Publishing Corp., 1999, Based on the PBS Documentary, “How to Live Forever”

                • Dr. Anne Lee Tomlinson Maziar PraisingJesus(Eashoa’ M’sheekha)

                  Experts disagree. So quote an expert. But personal attacks are just so much rubbish.

                  And people discussing how to survive the effects of radiation poisoning is discussing the the serious topic of radiation.

                  Cancer and other radiation induced health problems will kill everyone all too soon except for the remnant who support each other and who try to find the best way to survive nuclear radiation and other toxins in our environment.

                • HoTaters HoTaters

                  The kidneys don't do too well, either, when massive amounts of water are dumped into the body.

                  Massive meaning on the order of one gallon per day.

                  Unless one is working in the heat, or it's extremely hot and one has to stay hydrated.

                  Doesn't conventional wisdom, i.e., standing the test of time state, "Everything in moderation" ?

              • GOM GOM

                Is Nihonmatsu, Japan the next Belarus?

                The condition of Nihonmatsu City, reports a citizen from Nihonmatsu.

                "Visitors to our city may be astonished to know the fact that the city was severely contaminated by the nuclear accident and that the radiation level is equivalent to that of the voluntary evacuation zone around Chernobyl".

                However, you will realize that the city is certainly contaminated by radioactivity when you observe it carefully with your Geiger counter and you will also understand why decontamination is useless. With cynicism, we could in this sense say that the inhabitants there are treated like guinea pigs for a high-risk irradiation experiment.


            • DUDe DUDe

              "..Lemons are extremely dehydrating and cause kidney problems…ect.."

              Link ?

        • CodeShutdown CodeShutdown

          a simplistic approach to the ph question doesnt work. Most websites and books just want to jump on the bandwagon. Are the kidneys and lungs working? Is it really acidosis, if you checked the blood? Can you tell from urine and saliva ph test strips? Its confusing! Ive tried to measure

          acid ph=Free hydrogen ions…I dont know, but can they 'fill' the free radical unpaired electron states?

          Point being, its a complicated subject and simplistic babbling on it doesnt help much

    • 1D Propoganda.

      1F Propoganda that kills people

    • GOM GOM

      You ok? 6D, lemons, Kardahians? [they're Armenian btw]


    Fukushima Health Monitoring-Prior consensus in a secret meeting.

    " It has come to light that the prefectural government had secretly been holding “preparatory meetings” with the experts involved, prior to the committee meetings, in order to review the monitoring results which are open to public. In one preparatory meeting, the review committee members agreed on the analysis of the findings in advance, and signed off on a consensus that “the occurrence of cancer is not related to the nuclear power plant accident”.

    A Fukushima Medical University professor answered by saying that the cancer is not considered a result of the nuclear accident, as in Chernobyl the increase in thyroid cancers was not found until four years after the accident. No other experts argued against this response.

    That day they discussed the very first incidence of thyroid cancer found through the thyroid check for all children.



    updated 4/6/2011…

    Japan faces another dilemma: Radiation-contaminated bodies

    1,000 bodies near the leaking Fukushima nuclear plant that may be contaminated with radiation. But several explosions, fires and discharged water from the plant have released radiation into the air and ocean near the plant, affecting anyone who remains in the area — including the dead.



    Hanford's Dead Babies



    "If disaster strikes Richland, it will be because the federal government (namely, the Department of Energy) allowed 56 million gallons of radioactive waste to fester in this sandy soil, where some say it is rife for an explosion. And, critics charge, the DOE has watched its prime contractor on the site, Bechtel, grossly overcharge the American public for a waste-treatment plant so poorly built that, once it's finished (if it ever gets finished), feeding nuclear material through it could cause a catastrophe."


  • tarpitboss tarpitboss

    These people, or the person(s) that wrote this have to be CRAZY! Who, in their right minds, would go anywhere NEAR Fukushima, let alone Tokyo!


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