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Re: FukuGate - We've Been Conned
« Reply #75 on: February 21, 2015, 12:53:39 PM »

Dr. Shigeru Mita: Tokyo Contaminated by Fukushima Radiation, Not Fit for Habitation


Plot Twist: The US raised the acceptable levels of exposure by a factor of 10,000x immediately after the 2011 9.0 quake.

http://www.naturalnews.com/031963_radiation_exposure.html

"Hey Guys, remember how we were saying for all those decades that iodine-131 was bad for you?

Well, turns out it's not all that bad. In fact, we are gonna raise the minimum acceptable levels to 100,000 higher than they were.
No worries.
Trust us.
Doesn't have anything to do with Fukushima either.
Everything is just fine and great.
Please enjoy your iodine-131 water - ha ha ha ha ha lolz - I mean, normal water.
Shoot, as a Doctor, I have 3 grams of healthy iodine-131 in my breakfast cereal everyday.
See. No worries."




14 October 2014
by Zen Gardner

The X-Factor the Public Will Never Hear About – Radiation Sickness

It’s stunning the similarities between the symptoms of ebola and radiation sickness. Americans especially have been continually bombarded with toxic radiation from Fukushima for over 3 and a half years now. Radiation poisoning symptoms take time to appear.

We’ve talked about this several times, as it’s one of those ticking time bombs we’re all monitoring. It’s the same with chemtrail and GMO poisoning and their long term effects and not a pleasant subject to ponder, but we can’t hide our heads in the sand.

This is now.




What most people don’t realize is that the effects of radiation poisoning are many, and cancer is only one of a long list of symptoms and causes of death, including a host of seemingly unrelated issues like heart attacks and diabetes which are escalating wildly.

What’s most remarkable is that the supposed symptoms of ebola and the known symptoms of radiation sickness are almost identical.

These include, for both:

Fever
Headache
Nausea
Vomiting
Diarrhea
CNS Impairment
Stomach Pain
Bleeding
Bruising
Muscle Pain
Hair Loss


Is there a connection?

At the least, if this program keeps rolling out and more and more are showing radiation sickness symptoms it will all get put under the heavy constraints of the ebola control program, which is metastasizing into a form of medical martial law. Ebola may even partially be a plan to mask as well as utilize this reality using their new catch-all bug paradigm.

But this whole radiation aspect is something to be aware of.

It’s upon us front and center as much as anything coming at us...


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Re: FukuGate - We've Been Conned
« Reply #76 on: March 12, 2015, 07:10:40 PM »
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Re: FukuGate - We've Been Conned
« Reply #77 on: March 13, 2015, 01:16:04 PM »
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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Re: FukuGate - We've Been Conned
« Reply #78 on: March 13, 2015, 07:27:40 PM »

Plutonium shares some important similarities with biologically important trivalent transition metals, especially iron.
This could have importance from a material science point of view, as well.


Plutonium Trojan Horse in the Body | Mining Awareness Plus

26 February 2015

“Plutonium tricks cells by ‘pretending’ to be iron
By Jared Sagoff

Plutonium gets taken up by our cells much as iron does,…

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory and Northwestern University have identified a new biological pathway by which plutonium finds its way into mammalian cells. The researchers learned that, to get into cells, plutonium acts like a ‘Trojan horse,’ duping a special membrane protein that is typically responsible for taking up iron.

This discovery may help enhance the safety of workers who deal with plutonium, as well as show the way to new ‘bio-inspired’ approaches for separating radioactive elements from other metals in used nuclear fuel.

Because the bodies of mammals have evolved no natural ability to recognize plutonium—the element was first produced in 1941—scientists were curious to know the cellular mechanisms responsible for its retention in the body.

The researchers exposed adrenal cells from rats to minute quantities of plutonium to see how the cells accumulated the radioactive material.

Using the high-energy X-rays provided by Argonne’s Advanced Photon Source, the researchers were able to characterize a particular protein known as “transferrin,” which is responsible for bringing iron into cells. Each transferrin is made up of two subunits, known as N and C, that normally bind iron.

When another protein—the transferrin receptor—recognizes both the N and C subunits, it admits the molecule to the cell. However, when both the N and C subunits contain plutonium, the transferrin receptor doesn’t recognize the protein and keeps it out.




Contrary to their expectations, the researchers discovered that in one of the mixed states—when an iron-containing N-subunit is combined with a plutonium-containing C-subunit—the resulting hybrid so closely resembles the normal iron protein that the uptake pathway is ‘tricked’ into allowing plutonium to enter the cell.

‘Although the interaction between plutonium and bodily tissues has been studied for a long time, this is the first conclusive identification of a specific pathway that allows for the introduction of plutonium into cells,’ said Mark Jensen, an Argonne chemist who led the research.

… The research was funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science as well as by the National Institutes of Health.” http://www.anl.gov/articles/plutonium-tricks-cells-pretending-be-iron

Author manuscript found here: “An iron-dependent and transferrin-mediated cellular uptake pathway for plutonium“, Mark P. Jensen et. al. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3462652/)

From the Jensen et. al. author manuscript:

“… Pu is radiotoxic and is strongly retained by organisms1, Pu uptake from an accident, environmental contamination, or a nuclear or radiological attack can pose significant health risks. Plutonium localizes principally in the liver and skeleton in humans where it remains for decades2.

It associates in vivo with the iron-containing proteins serum transferrin and ferritin3,4, but despite the danger of plutonium poisoning, the specific molecular-level pathways Pu travels to enter and localize in cells have never been identified2,5…”

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Re: FukuGate - We've Been Conned
« Reply #79 on: May 10, 2015, 04:39:53 PM »


Obama Approves Raising Permissible Levels of Nuclear Radiation in Drinking Water


By Global Research News
Global Research, September 19, 2014
Peer.org 14 April 2013

Civilian Cancer Deaths Expected to Skyrocket

The White House has given final approval for dramatically raising permissible radioactive levels in drinking water and soil following “radiological incidents,” such as nuclear power-plant accidents and dirty bombs.

The final version, slated for Federal Register publication as soon as today, is a win for the nuclear industry which seeks what its proponents call a “new normal” for radiation exposure among the U.S population, according Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER)...



And who can forget this?

EPA to raise limits for radiation exposure while Canada turns off fallout detectors - NaturalNews.com

Canada tries to out-stupid the USA

Ah, the fascination of watching this tragic comedy of errors unfold in the U.S. government almost cannot be exceeded.

But Canada is sure trying. Its own nuclear monitoring network has simply been shut off, and its website now reads "Please note that as of March 25, 2011, the frequency of data collection by NRCan using the mobile surveys has been decreased due to the low levels of radiation being detected."

Seriously, see the bottom of the page: http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hc-ps/ed-ud/respond/n...

Yep, since they're detecting low levels of radiation, this is apparently justification for turning off the monitors altogether, which of course is the kind of brilliant early warning plan that could have only been dreamed up by a brain-dead bureaucrat.

It's as if these morons are sitting around a table having a conversation that goes something like this:

Bureaucratic Moron #1: Remember how we spent a hundred million dollars installing a national network of radiation detectors?

Bureaucratic Moron #2: Yeah.

Bureaucratic Moron #1: And remember how we started to detect some of the radioactive fallout from Fukushima as it began raining down upon Canada?

Bureaucratic Moron #2: Yeah.

Bureaucratic Moron #1: Well, I have a great idea. Let's turn OFF all the detectors so that we stop detecting radiation!
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Re: FukuGate - We've Been Conned
« Reply #80 on: August 09, 2015, 08:24:50 PM »

Nuclear safety: A dangerous veil of secrecy - Features - Al Jazeera English

[snip]

Since World War II, the process of secrecy – the readiness to invoke "national security" - has been a pillar of the nuclear establishment…that establishment, acting on the false assumption that "secrets" can be hidden from the curious and knowledgeable, has successfully insisted that there are answers which cannot be given and even questions which cannot be asked.

The net effect is to stifle debate about the fundamental of nuclear policy. Concerned citizens dare not ask certain questions, and many begin to feel that these matters which only a few initiated experts are entitled to discuss.


If the above sounds like a post-Fukushima statement, it is not.

It was written by Howard Morland for the November 1979 issue of The Progressive magazine focusing on the hydrogen bomb as well as the risks of nuclear energy.

The US government - citing national security concerns - took the magazine to court in order to prevent the issue from being published, but ultimately relented during the appeals process when it became clear that the information The Progressive wanted to publish was already public knowledge and that pursuing the ban might put the court in the position of deeming the Atomic Energy Act as counter to First Amendment rights (freedom of speech) and therefore unconstitutional in its use of prior restraint to censor the press.



"Exciting Nuclear Land" is part of the Japanese school curriculum


But, of course, that's in the US, although a similar mechanism is at work in Japan, where a recently created task force  aims to "cleanse" the media of reportage that casts an unfavorable light on the nuclear industry (they refer to this information as "inaccurate" or a result of "mischief."

The government has even gone so far as to accept bids from companies that specialize in scouring the internet to monitor for online reports, Tweets and blogs that are critical of its handling of the Daiichi disaster, which has presented a unique challenge to the lobby there.

Hizumi said that the move to police online content on the disaster has upset the Japanese pubic and that the president of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations has openly criticised the policy.
"The public fully trusted the Japanese Government," said Hizumi. But the absence of "true information" has massively diminished that trust, as, he said, has the public's faith that TEPCO would be open about the potential dangers of a nuclear accident.

But Japan's government has a history of slow response to TEPCO's cover-ups. In 1989, Kei Sugaoka, a nuclear energy at General Electric who inspected and repaired plants in Japan and elsewhere, said he spotted cracks in steam dryers and a "misplacement" or 180 degrees in one dryer unit. He noticed that the position of the dryer was later omitted from the inspection record's data sheet.

Sugaoka told a Japanese networkthat TEPCO had instructed him to "erase" the flaws, but he ultimately wrote a whistleblowing letter to METI, which resulted in the temporary 17 TEPCO reactors, including ones at the plant in Fukushima.

"I guess, just, you know, they're not being open to the public. They should be more open to the public," said Sugaoka.

"Everything is always kept a secret."

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Published on Feb 3, 2013
http://www.a2documentary.com/

SYNOPSIS: Many children in Fukushima were never evacuated after the nuclear meltdown on March 11, 2011. Now the number of Fukushima children found to have thyroid cysts and nodules is increasing. What will this mean for their future?

The Japanese distributor of 'A2-B-C' (WEBSITE), my documentary about children living in Fukushima, is cancelling all domestic screenings of the film.  They are also canceling the contract to distribute the film in Japan, despite there being more than two years remaining on the agreement.

documenting ian, blog: Censorship? Self-censorship?
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