Monday, March 28, 2011


Straight from Japan on the Jet Stream Express, beta radiation from Japan. According to the EPA's radnet, Colorado's cities had readings in the 270s while Phoenix, with a normal reading of 19, achieved 135 in Beta Radiation! But of course this is ALL good despite the fact that the forms of radiation we are being exposed to are not natural and do not occur in the absence of fission and are not safe in any level The National Council on Radiation Protection says, “… every increment of radiation exposure produces an incremen­tal increase in the risk of cancer.” The Environmental Protection Agency says, “… any exposure to radiation poses some risk, i.e. there is no level below which we can say an exposure poses no risk.” The Department of Energy says about “low levels of radiation” that “… the major effect is a very slight increase in cancer risk.” The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says, “any amount of radiation may pose some risk for causing cancer ... any increase in dose, no matter how small, results in an incremental increase in risk.” The National Academy of Sciences, in its “Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation VII,” says, “... it is unlikely that a threshold exists for the induction of cancers ....” John LaForge concludes: "Long story short, 'One can no longer speak of a ‘safe’ dose level,' as Dr. Ian Fairlie and Dr. Marvin Resnikoff said in their report 'No dose too low,' in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists." by John LaForge Wednesday, March 23, 2011 by Spewing from Meltdowns: Dangerous Plumes of Disinformation

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