Dr. Mark Sircus: Nuclear Contamination 101

Wednesday, May 11, 2011
By Paul Martin

Radiation threats are unique in that you can’t see,
smell, taste, hear or feel them until it’s already
done its damage and you are suffering the effects.

The Intel Hub
By Dr. Mark Sircus – Contributing Writer
May 10th, 2011

Listen to this video. It is a necessary lesson in nuclear toxicity and the world of difference between external radiation levels and their threat and internal levels of radiation from particles we have ingested into our systems through the air, water and food.
Nuclear particles have both chemical and nuclear attributes and when such particles actually get inside of us it does not take a lot to create much harm to the tissues and cells.
We have rising levels of radioactive dust in the northern
hemisphere so beware and take care—just a little is a lot.
You will hear in this video solid understanding of why Americans have a lot to worry about being on the same general latitude as Japan. From experience nuclear engineers understand latitude and longitude implications, none of which looks good for the Americans or of course not for the Japanese or anyone downwind. Downwind of course is the entire northern hemisphere.
But hey wait. Radiation? Threat? Japan? I thought that problem had gone away, been completely resolved so there has been nothing to worry about. Of course everything is resolved or our big brother government and our public health officials would be telling us right? There has been little in the papers… so we know the problem has gone away.
Yeah right, we wish! Captain Kirk and Scotty came and beamed the reactor site to the Klingons command center. We don’t have the all-clear sirens singing; we have silent ones screaming a message civilization cannot accept. Oh who gives a damn anyway, there is a comet coming to do our world harm so who cares? What madness can we expect from the mad world we live in?

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