Monday, April 30, 2012
Fukushima: A Nuclear War without a War: The Unspoken Crisis of Worldwide Nuclear Radiation ONLINE READER by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky
by Prof. Michel Chossudovsky
Nuclear Expert: All it takes is coolant to stop circulating at Spent Fuel Pool No. 4 for extensive fuel damage to occur — Doesn’t have to leak, crack, or fall for fuel to overheat
So you want to be a billionaire? Easy. Just come from a well-connected, eugenics-obsessed elitist insider family and steal, swindle and scam your way to the top. Getting rid of your billions in a way that benefits you and helps to depopulate the earth, however…now that’s the hard part. Join us today as we study the master of billionaire-fueled, eugenics-driven philantrhopy of our times: Bill Gates.
Sunday, April 29, 2012
Canadian Nuclear Scientist: Another, even more dangerous possibility than fire at Spent Fuel Pool No. 4 — Re-initiation of chain reaction can occur if fuel rods move slightly, an “accidental criticality”
Published: April 29th, 2012 at 1:23 pm ET
(UPDATED) Last Year's Green Tea from Tokyo Found with 210 Bq/kg of Radioactive Cesium (by the Old Testing Method)
Saturday, April 28, 2012
(UPDATED) Last Year's Green Tea from Tokyo Found with 210 Bq/kg of Radioactive Cesium (by the Old Testing Method)(UPDATED) Last Year's Green Tea from Tokyo Found with 210 Bq/kg of Radioactive Cesium (by the Old Testing Method)
(UPDATE from Security Tokyo on April 29, 2012:
Cs-134: 86 becquerels/kg
Cs-137: 128 becquerels/kg
Total: 214 becquerels/kg
Cs-134: 86 becquerels/kg
Cs-137: 128 becquerels/kg
Total: 214 becquerels/kg
Vaccines have been based on medical fraud for over a hundred years Sunday, April 29, 2012 by: PF Louis
Saturday, April 28, 2012
April 28, 2012By LBG1
[Photo-Image: Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Number One damaged nuclear reactors, Source: TEPCO webcam]
Is it just a temporary internet gliche the server for the Japan website Takedanet.com is down after the site posted the grim end of Japan prediction from Chubu University Professor Kunihiko Takeda? The professor’s prediction: ‘No one will live in Japan after March 31, 2015″ due to radiation from the damaged nuclear reactors at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Number One.
Update: Fukushima Diary website post Prof. Takeda “3/31/2015 is the last day of Japan”.
Prof. Takeda Kunihiko from Chubu university roughly estimated anyone can no longer live in Japan after 3/31/2015.July 2, 2008, Japan Times Kunihiko Takeda, Ph.D. bio:
According to his explanation, the yearly dose will reach 5mSv/y (External dose and the slight internal dose) in 3 years and 4 months from January of 2012.
He states, he receives radiation data from one of his readers. The person measures radiation three times a day, at work, doorway of house, and the living room in Mie prefecture (500km from Fukushima). Prof. Takeda admits the data is scientific enough.
From the radiation level has been in the increasing trend since last September. In linear equations (y=ax+b), the average from January to March (=b) is 0.10 ?Sv/h, a is +0.004 ?Sv/h. y reaches 5mSv/y in 3 years and 3 months, so yearly dose will be over 5mSv/y in 3 years and 4 months from January of 2012, when is 3/31/2015.
Prof. Takeda admits the data was collected by an individual and a and b are calculated by least squares but it’s rational enough.
The reason why radiation level is increasing is not explained.
Professor Kunihiko Takeda, Ph.D., is vice-chancellor of the Institute of Science and Technology Research at Chubu University and one of the world’s leading authorities on both uranium enrichment and recycling. The 65-year-old is also a bestselling author of books with titles such as “We Should Not Recycle!” “Recycled Illusions” and “Why Are Lies Accepted on Environmental Issues?” Professor Takeda should know why: Although a member of just about every prestigious academic and governmental entity, he has stayed independent and made a career out of challenging the establishment. He has never taken any garbage from anyone, not even during his 27-year tenure at Asahi Chemical Industries, where for five years he was director of the Uranium Enrichment Laboratory.Takedanet.com Google cache, Google translation:
Sun March 31, 2015 no longer live in Japan after three years · · ·
Will not have a dosimeter that some readers daily, fixed-point observation continues to use it, you send us the results. Measured every day, morning work, evening at home in front of the entrance at night, three measurements as the standard of living at home before going to bed, and folded to organize its average value. The location is in Mie Prefecture.
Will look at the changes in the amount of radiation folded near the home after you have it plotted on a graph. I think great things among the activities also solid data is scientifically accurate, “a Japanese human effort alone the problem of exposure, I will aim to live a more secure” what it called.
Have up details of the data aside, the radiation dose of Mie Prefecture if slightly higher than in September of last year, if you write in the (y = ax + b), the average from January to March of this year first-order equation b (ie approximate the first state) is 0.10 Michael Sievert per hour, a (change) that is 0.004 (Sun micro sievert /).
What personal data is measured by the course, it was please the a and b by the least squares method, nor is limited to a certain place, scientifically it does not matter.
And to calculate the future, it also takes into account internal exposure, such as a slight, but one year exposure to 5 mm from the outside of Mie Prefecture, will be four months after three years from January 2012. In other words, the result becomes on April 1, 2015, that no longer live in Mie Prefecture.
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But seem to hear the voice of Uncle that! “Do not say things like threaten people”, does not mean that and fool or threatened. In terms of war, or to calculate the missile flew over, that what time to arrive in the Japanese archipelago, are only to tell as it is the result.
NHK will broadcast the “path of a typhoon typhoon is coming, the time when”, the same with it. It may be a higher urgency than typhoon, it may be higher than expected certainty the path of a typhoon.
Dose when you hear the leukemia is in the adult male “accident” is an adaptation and say 5 mm year. In other words, you have been approved of Japan “once it receives the exposure of a 5 mm year, consisting of leukemia and”. Of course, the current Japanese government will face, but do not know, this is a fact that authoritatively. Since then it has been a self-regulation to about 1990 mm ??a year from the power company employees also, to not live together with the children to the location of the 5 mm one year does not go again.
In addition, Mie Prefecture from an average dose rate in Japan is almost, it means that you no longer live in Japan for nearly. Again and again, I’ve been writing in this blog was mentioned in the witness in Committee of the National Assembly, and has continued to “transport vegetables decontamination of Fukushima, contaminated, the rubble”, in Japan no longer live You.
That the amount leaking from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima is Becquerel Kyoto 80, which recognized that a number of Japan is no longer able to live Once you have spread to Japan, government, municipalities, power is best so that they are not polluting the Japanese archipelago become serious about Please in working.
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(April 27, 2012)
Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 2012 Apr 26. [Epub ahead of print]
Parental age, family size, and offspring's risk of childhood and adult acute leukemia.
Source1Dep of Medicine, Karolinska Institutet.
BACKGROUND:An association between childhood acute leukemia and advanced parental age was observed more than fifty years ago, and the association has been repeated in several, but not all, subsequent studies. In contrast to the many studies addressing childhood leukemia, few have included adult patients.
METHODS:In this register-based case-control study we examined the association between parental age and incidence of acute leukemia in 2660 childhood cases and 4412 adult cases of acute leukemia, compared to 28288 age-matched controls selected from a population-based register. Relative risks were estimated with conditional logistic regression.
RESULTS:We found a small increased risk of childhood ALL with increasing paternal age (adjusted odds ratio 1.05 per five year increase in age). Risk estimates were similar for childhood AML, whereas no association was found with adult leukemia. Meanwhile, we observed a decreased risk of adult AML with increasing number of siblings, both older and younger.
CONCLUSIONS:The results support the idea of a prenatal etiology of leukemia, but indicate that parental age effects are limited to childhood cases. Impact: This is the first large study on parental age and leukemia risk, which include adult cases. The finding on family size and risk of adult acute myeloid leukemia needs to be validated in future studies.
- [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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- Blaming sunlight exposure for the growing incidences of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, has failed to consider crucial information, like the fact that chronic UV (ultraviolet) light exposure may actually reduce the risk of melanoma.
- Occupational exposure, such as farmers and fishermen, and regular weekend sun exposure are associated with decreased risk of melanoma.
- Safe sun exposure also optimizes your body’s levels of vitamin D, which is one of one of the most potent natural cancer protections available; a very low level of vitamin D is a major risk factor for cancer, including melanoma.
- Safe sun exposure, use of a safe tanning bed or an oral vitamin D3 supplement is the best way to optimize your vitamin D level, and thereby decrease your risk of many types of cancer, including melanoma.
By Dr. Mercola
Recent research blaming sunlight exposure for the growing incidences of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, has failed to consider crucial information that could turn the entire concept on its head, according to Dr. William Grant, an epidemiologist writing for the Vitamin D Council.
One important point the research missed was that sometimes sunscreen can actually increase your risk of melanoma, especially in the Northern Hemisphere.
There are other studies showing that chronic UV (ultraviolet) light exposure may actually reduce the risk of melanoma.
Allow me to explain …
Are Rates of Melanoma Really Increasing?
The first point that needs to be addressed is whether melanoma cases are really on the rise. As Dr. Grant stated:
"Two recent papers blame increased ultraviolet (UV) exposure for the growing rates of melanoma in the UK. Not considered were other possible explanations for the rising rates of melanoma, including the use of sunscreen, especially at latitudes above 40º, and a combination of underdiagnosis in the past with over diagnosis more recently. [Melanoma mortality rates changed little in the U.S. between 1986 and 2001 while incidence rates more than doubled."Further research published in the British Journal of Dermatologyi shows that the sharp increase in melanoma rates over the last three decades may actually be "an artifact caused by diagnostic drift." Diagnostic drift, according to the study, refers to a hefty increase in disease that is being fueled by non-cancerous lesions.
During the study period from 1991 to 2004, there were nearly 4,000 cases of melanoma included in the report, with an annual increase of 9.39 to 13.91 cases per 100,000 per year. The researchers revealed that, rather than being fueled by increasing exposure to sunlight as is commonly suggested, the increased incidence was almost entirely due to non-cancerous lesions misleadingly classified as "stage 1 melanoma." Even the distribution of the lesions reported did not correspond to the sites of lesions caused by sun exposure, leading researchers to conclude:
"These findings should lead to a reconsideration of the treatment of 'early' lesions, a search for better diagnostic methods to distinguish them from truly malignant melanomas, re-evaluation of the role of ultraviolet radiation and recommendations for protection from it, as well as the need for a new direction in the search for the cause of melanoma."
Sensible Sunlight is Protective Against Melanoma
Exposure to sunlight, particularly UVB, is protective against melanoma -- or rather, the vitamin D your body produces in response to UVB radiation is protective. As written in The Lancet:ii
"Paradoxically, outdoor workers have a decreased risk of melanoma compared with indoor workers, suggesting that chronic sunlight exposure can have a protective effect."A study in Medical Hypothesesiii suggested that indoor workers may have increased rates of melanoma because they're exposed to sunlight through windows, and only UVA light, unlike UVB, can pass through window glass. At the same time, these indoor workers, who get three to nine times less solar UV exposure than outdoor workers, are missing out on exposure to the beneficial UVB rays, and have lower levels of vitamin D. The study even noted that indoor UV actually breaks down vitamin D3 formed after outdoor UVB exposure, which would therefore make vitamin D3 deficiency and melanoma risk even worse. A number of associations between sun exposure and melanoma can be found in the medical literature, such as:
- Occupational exposure, such as farmers and fishermen, and regular weekend sun exposure are associated with decreased risk of melanoma
- Sun exposure appears to protect against melanoma on skin sites not exposed to sun light, and melanoma occurring on skin with large UV exposure has the best prognosis
- Patients with the highest blood levels of vitamin D have thinner melanoma and better survival prognosis than those with the lowest vitamin D levels.
Vitamin D Reduces Your Risk of Cancer
This is an important point, because if you are shunning the sun for fear of skin cancer, you are, ironically, missing out on one of the most potent natural cancer protections available. Vitamin D's protective effect against cancer works in multiple ways, including:
A study by Dr. Grant found that about 30 percent of cancer deaths -- which amounts to 2 million worldwide and 200,000 in the United States -- could be prevented each year with higher levels of vitamin D. As he stated in the featured article, the potential lives saved from optimizing vitamin D levels through safe sun exposure (or a safe tanning bed) far outweighs the reported number of melanoma deaths:
- Increasing the self-destruction of mutated cells (which, if allowed to replicate, could lead to cancer)
- Reducing the spread and reproduction of cancer cells
- Causing cells to become fully differentiated (cancer cells often lack differentiation)
- Reducing the growth of new blood vessels from pre-existing ones, which is a step in the transition of dormant tumors turning cancerous
"In 2007, there were 988 male and 837 female deaths from melanoma in the UK, and a total 71,336 male and 65,458 female cancer deaths. Thus, melanoma accounted for 1.4% of male cancer deaths and 1.3% of female cancer deaths. Assuming a 15% reduction in all-cancer incidence and mortality rates with adequate solar UVB exposure would imply 20,500 reduced cancer deaths in 2007, which is 11 times the number of melanoma deaths."Similarly, in a review of the health effects of sun exposure, tanning beds and vitamin D, researchers again noted that the benefits of vitamin D production outweigh the potentially increased risk of melanoma:iv
"The overall health benefit of an improved vitamin D status may be more important than the possibly increased CMM [cutaneous malignant melanoma] risk resulting from carefully increasing UV exposure."Again, there's compelling research showing that sun exposure will indeed protect you against melanoma, as a very low level of vitamin D is a major risk factor for this disease. This is, by the way, also a primary reason why using sunscreen every time you go outdoors may actually accelerate, rather than prevent, cancer.
How to Optimize Your Vitamin D While Minimizing Your Risk of Skin Damage
Sun exposure is the best way to optimize your vitamin D levels, because when you expose your skin to sunshine or a safe tanning bed, your skin synthesizes vitamin D3. I believe this is a very compelling reason to really make a concerted effort to get ALL your vitamin D requirements from exposure to sunshine, or by using a safe tanning bed. If neither of these are feasible options, then you should take an oral vitamin D3 supplement. For more information, see my recent video below on how to know if you are getting enough vitamin D from sun exposure.References:
- i Br J Dermatol. 2009 Sep;161(3):630-4. Epub 2009 Jun 9.
- ii The Lancet, Volume 363, Issue 9410, Pages 728 - 730, 28 February 2004
- iii Medical Hypotheses Volume 72, Issue 4 , Pages 434-443, April 2009
- iv Public Health Nutr. 2012 Apr;15(4):711-5. Epub 2011 Oct 24.