Fukushima timeline | Radioactive news November 2011
- Cured: A Cannabis Story (A film by David Triplett)
A must see video for all exposed to radiation, either administered at "therapy" aka chemo or by accident and ofc for all cancer patients.
According to the video The National Cancer Insitute & The American Cancer Society have known since 1975 that cannabis cures cancer. Antineoplastic activity of cannabinoids.
J Natl Cancer Inst. 1975 Sep;55(3):597-602.
Lewis lung adenocarcinoma growth was retarded by the oral administration of delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol (delta9-THC), delta8-tetrahydrocannabinol (delta8-THC), and cannabinol (CBN), but not cannabidiol (CBD). Animals treated for 10 consecutive days with delta9-THC, beginning the day after tumor implantation, demonstrated a dose-dependent action of retarded tumor growth. Mice treated for 20 consecutive days with delta8-THC and CBN had reduced primary tumor size.
Reference mentioned in the vid:
RUN FROM THE CURE - Full Version
Source: chrychek via WRH
- Around Mars in 167 seconds: Time lapse video shows rover's five-year trek across the red planet in less than three minutes
Mars rover Spirit spent five years, three months and 27 days on a mission of discovery across the planet before getting helplessly trapped in soil.
Now, the spacecraft's long journey has been compiled in a fascinating time-lapse video using almost 3,500 different images taken by her front-right camera.
Viewers are given an overview of her mission from the moment she woke up in January 2004 to her demise in April 2009 - all in under three minutes at 24 frames per second.
Spirit is powered by solar power. They lost contact after 6 years 2 months 19 days or over 25 times the original planned mission duration.
Source: dailymail.co.uk via WRH
- Ex-inspector rejects IAEA Iran bomb claim
WASHINGTON - A former inspector for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has repudiated its major new claim that Iran built an explosives chamber to test components of a nuclear weapon and carry out a simulated nuclear explosion.
The IAEA claim that a foreign scientist - identified in news reports as Vyacheslav Danilenko - had been involved in building the alleged containment chamber has now been denied firmly by Danilenko himself in an interview with Radio Free Europe published last Friday.
Most stuff comming out of the IAEA in the last 10 years is bad fiction (and no science). According to IAEA Fukushima is stable and Hungary is the source of detected Iodine in France while that is clearly not possible as i clarify here: IAEA baking bullbiscuits in Hungary.
The fact that Yukiya Amano - the current Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is bought and paid for US embassy cables: New UN chief is 'director general of all states, but in agreement with us' is not reasuring either.
Source: atimes.com via WRH
- EU bans naked body scanners because of cancer risk, US continues to coerce travelers through them
(NaturalNews) The European Commission has issued new guidelines for the use of naked body scanners at European airports. Only scanners that use millimeter wave technology, a type of low-energy radio wave that does not cause radioactive damage, will be permitted for use in the EU -- the backscatter X-ray variety commonly used in the US will be off limits due to safety concerns.
Unlike the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA), which continues to insist that the backscatter machines are safe, EU regulators have admitted that this is not the case. Not only are these ionizing radiation machines now restricted throughout Europe, but the use of even millimeter wave machines also continues to remain optional for nation states that choose to use them.
- Warning: HydroVolcanic Explosion "INEVITABLE" at Fukushima update 11/20/11
- Russia Threatens Use of Nuclear Weapons
In a November 17th speech to Russia’s parliament, General Nikolai Makarov, chief of the General Staff of the Russian armed forces, spoke of concerns over NATO’s expansion eastward and stated that the risks of Russia being pulled into local conflicts have “risen sharply.”
Countries who previously were members of the Warsaw Pact and have since become NATO members include Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania. Russia also has deeply strained relations with Georgia after a 2008 war over two disputed provinces. Georgia is seeking NATO membership. Ukraine, at one point indicated its plans to align with Western powers, but it is now ruled by a pro-Russia president, and its liberal opposition leader has been imprisoned...
- Newspaper Publisher Caves, Agrees Excerpts of Articles Do Not Infringe Copyright
In a victory for fair use, the publisher of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Stephens Media, filed papers yesterday conceding that posting a short excerpt of a news article in an online forum is not copyright infringement. The concession will result in entry of a judgment of non-infringement in a long-running copyright troll case that sparked the dismissal of dozens of baseless lawsuits filed by Righthaven LLC.
The case began when the online political forum Democratic Underground -- represented by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Fenwick & West LLP, and attorney Chad Bowers -- was sued by Righthaven for a five-sentence excerpt of a Review-Journal news story that a user posted on the forum with a link back to the newspaper's website. Democratic Underground countersued, asking the court to rule that the excerpt did not infringe copyright and is a fair use of the material, and brought Righthaven-backer Stephens Media into the case.
Altough not related to the topics of this website, i m posting this information because the recent developments and proposals in the US gov. (see: Protect IP/SOPA Bills Could Change Or Destroy Alternative Media As We Know It (Video)) are threatening any and all websites like radioactive.eu.com that utilize the fair use policy, where an excerpt of the article is published with the link to the article source.
If such bill was to be implemented into action, any alternative website covering Fukushima issue would be a subject to cancellation, since obviously most are oriented in dissection & analysis of the existing content.
Pufffff. No more radiation, everything is safe, Fukushima stable & on cold shutdown for months....
- Radiation exposure chart admits cancer radiotherapy delivers fatal dose to patients
(NaturalNews) Thanks to the Fukushima catastrophe, we've all been learning a lot about the laws of physics lately -- especially about radiation. To help explain it all, the folks over at InformationIsBeautiful.com have created a radiation explanation chart that shows the relative levels of harm from various doses of radiation (link below).
The InformationIsBeautiful website is pretty cool. The folks there specialize in making complex data visually interesting. I've admired some of their work for quite some time.
So I was checking out their new "Radiation Dosage Chart" which explained all the effects of receiving radiation doses of various levels. The chart revealed things like:
• 100 mSv Annual dose at which increased lifetime cancer risk if evident
• 250 mSv Dose limit for US radiation workers in life-saving operations
• 1,000 mSv Temporary radiation sickness. Nausea, low blood count. Not fatal.
... and so on...
- Strong quake jolts northern Japan, felt in Tokyo
A strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.5 jolted the Ibaragi Prefecture near Tokyo on Sunday, Japanese public broadcaster NHK said, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injury.
- Fukushima school radiation monitoring equipment failure causes delay
The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology says that a government project to operate real-time radiation monitoring devices at schools and other public facilities in Fukushima Prefecture will be delayed.
- TSA Claims X-ray Scanners are Safe as Europe Bans Scanners for ‘Health, Safety’
Anthony Gucciardi Activist Post
The European Union has decided to ban all X-ray scanners from EU airports in order to protect the health and safety of EU citizens, yet the TSA still claims that the scanners are completely safe. The ban comes after the recent media outburst regarding the 1998 report that linked the X-ray scanners to cancer.
...The scanners admittedly use ionizing radiation, which is known to cause DNA damage as well as cancer. The 1998 estimate of 100 cancer cases per year as a result of the body scanners is most likely far below the real numbers, considering that the radiation level of the machines was oftentimes found to be “10 times more” than expected.
- 'Seismic' New Quantum Theory Says a Wavefunction is a Real Physical Object
Eugenie Samuel Reich
At the heart of the weirdness for which the field of quantum mechanics is famous is the wavefunction, a powerful but mysterious entity that is used to determine the probabilities that quantum particles will have certain properties. Now, a preprint posted online on 14 November reopens the question of what the wavefunction represents — with an answer that could rock quantum theory to its core. Whereas many physicists have generally interpreted the wavefunction as a statistical tool that reflects our ignorance of the particles being measured, the authors of the latest paper argue that, instead, it is physically real.
- Fukushima mother pleads with Japanese Diet to evacuate children
Fukushima mother pleads with Japanese Diet to evacuate children, the government ignores all requests. Huge debris at sea planned to be removed by 2014, but don't forget some of it is radioactive, which they do not address. Tokyo holds food fair from tsunami and nuclear region promising food is radiation free. News caster quits and moves out of Fukushima embarrassed she spread lies that food there was safe to eat.
- Outcry from Fukushima City: "No More Decontamination, We Need Evacuation!"
This video clip is from a morning TV news program "Morning Bird" aired on TV Asahi on November 17, 2011. It shows the outcries from the residents in Watari District of Fukushima City.
Fukushima City in Fukushima Prefecture is outside the official evacuation zones but known as a high radiation area. Watari District is one of the highest radiation districts within Fukushima City, with hot spots as high as 60 microsievert/h at 1cm above the ground. Still, the City has pushed for decontaminating the district instead of evacuating the residents, though "Specific evacuation-recommended spots" have already been designated in a few other cities such as Date City and Minami Soma City.
Turn on CC for translation.
- Japanese anti-revisionist group calls for ending nuke production
Tokyo, Nov 20(ANI): A Japanese anti-revisionist group has stressed the need to exclude nuclear power from the country's energy policy taking into account Article 9 of the Constitution and the Fukushima meltdown following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution stipulates that the country forever renounces war, and states "land, sea and air forces as well as other war potential will never be maintained.
"Our Constitution represents our determination to never again experience the devastation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. But we have seen the nuclear disaster in Fukushima,"
Kyodo quoted Article 9 Association founder Kenzaburo Oe, as saying.
He was speaking at the group's national rally comprising about 700 people in Tokyo.
"Children in Fukushima will be forced to live for decades with fears of internal radiation exposure, and this is the negative legacy of possessing nuclear power plants. We have to minimize the damage in Fukushima and prevent a reoccurrence,"
- Dr. Bill Deagle MD - Fukushima Radiation Continues To The US 1/3
Jeff Rense Show November 15, 2011
- Australia's ministers back uranium sales to India
SYDNEY (AFP) - Australian Defence Minister Stephen Smith said on Sunday there was high-level support for ending Canberra's ban on selling uranium to India, describing the move as 'strategically important'.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard moved to lift the ban last week in a bid to strengthen relations with the fast-growing economic powerhouse, saying she would take a proposal to allow India to buy Australian uranium to a Labor party vote next month.
- Strong quake jolts northern Japan, felt in Tokyo
TOKYO, Nov 20 – A strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.5 jolted the Ibaragi Prefecture near Tokyo on Sunday, Japanese public broadcaster NHK said, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injury.
The earthquake also had no impact on the tsunami-crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant, Tokyo Electric Power Co said. No tsunami warning was issued.
The quake struck at around 10:23 a.m. (8:23 p.m. EST) about 130 km (80 miles) north of Tokyo, the Japan Meteorological Agency said, and was felt in the capital. Its depth was about 10 km (6 miles).
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