Fukushima’s Pummelling Of Pacific Ocean Brings ‘Invisible Blanket Of Death’ To US Shores
“We have a very very serious problem. Nobody apparently believes it to be so, but my guess is that the folks at the highest levels of our world governments are preparing for the societal breakdown once this ‘cat’ gets out of the proverbial bag. 20 years? Who knows? But one thing is clear: As the Pacific Ocean dies, so do the rest of the world’s oceans in time. The onslaught of the radiation is never ending in human lifespans.”
Since we last published an update on Fukushima death in the Pacific Ocean back on August 26th, we continue to run across heart-breaking reports of what’s happening to animals, birds and ocean life all across the Pacific. Through stories such as: “Skyrocketing Deaths On The West Coast” from ENENews, “Fukushima: The End of Mankind?” – the story quoted above from Dennis Simino at Veterans Truth Network and “Animals Delirious, Disoriented Up And DownWest Coast,” also from ENENews, we see that things are not getting better and in fact, according to many, our own problems have only just begun. To quote one Canadian Parliament Minister on Fukushima, ‘an invisible blanket of death covers everything’. Continue reading
Radioactive cesium from the 2011 Fukushima disaster is still being detected in citrus and other plants as far away as Florida, according to a report sent to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).
In March 2011, multiple nuclear meltdowns took place at the Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan. The explosions ejected massive amounts of radioactive material into the environment, most notably radioactive cesium isotopes. In the weeks after the disaster, winds carried airborne radionuclides to every corner of the globe. Most of the radioactivity, however, settled into the Pacific Ocean. Continue reading
Did you know that back in 1990, the Environmental Protection Agency was all set to release a report that admitted electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are dangerous to our health, including that EMFs have been linked with “the development of various cancers” but stopped short of straight up admitting they are “probable carcinogens”? Continue reading
What would happen if the Cancer industry admitted there was a CURE for cancer? There are hundreds of thousands of people who have been cured of cancer via “alternative” methods, however many of those methods have been banned by the FDA and proclaimed as “unsafe”.
Of course, oddly enough, chemo and radiation are undoubtedly two of the most dangerous treatments offered by modern medicine today!
Latest statistics show the incidence of cancer in the US continues to increase despite pre-cancer screening and outrageously expensive cancer treatments. In fact, per statistics of 2011, nearly 13 million people per year are diagnosed with cancer and sadly nearly 8 million will not survive. Continue reading
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As far back as the year 2000, this site and its Editor/Publisher were recommending our listeners and readers to avoid mammograms and the like and find a doctor who would work WITH you and not ON you – by going the route recommended in this marvelous five year old column.
Take heed – the answers are here – and out there. After all – it is YOUR health (J.B.)
Every year when Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October) comes around I am a saddened and surprised that thermography hasn’t become more popular. Part of this is my mindset. I’d rather focus on breast health and ways to prevent breast cancer at the cellular level than put the emphasis on testing and retesting until you finally do find something to poke, prod, cut out or radiate. That’s why I call October Breast Health Awareness Month, not Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I understand that mammography has been the gold standard for years. Doctors are the most familiar with this test, and many believe that a mammogram is the best test for detecting breast cancer early. But it’s not. Studies show that a thermogram identifies precancerous or cancerous cells earlier, and produces unambiguous results, which cuts down on additional testing–and it doesn’t hurt the body. Isn’t this what women really want? Continue reading
People who make more than 15 hours of mobile telephone calls a month are three times as likely to develop brain cancer, new research suggests.
French scientists claims that sales and business professionals are particularly at risk as they travel from meeting to meeting while communicating with clients and bosses constantly.
While most people average around two-and-a-half hours each month talking on their mobiles, busy executives can quickly reach far higher figures.
Those who clock up around 900 hours of mobile use during the course of their career are particularly prone to developing a brain tumour. Continue reading
WASHINGTON — Doctors who have a financial interest in radiation treatment centers are much more likely to prescribe such treatments for patients with prostate cancer, Congressional investigators say in a new report.
The investigators, from the Government Accountability Office, said that Medicare beneficiaries were often unaware that their doctors stood to profit from the use of radiation therapy. Alternative treatments may be equally effective and are less expensive for Medicare and for beneficiaries, the report said. In other recent studies, the auditors found a similar pattern when doctors owned laboratories and imaging centers that billed Medicare for CT scans and magnetic resonance imaging. Continue reading
Smart metersutility meters that use radio frequencies (RF) to report data to utility offices for billing and other purposesmay be harmful to your health.
Just ask Joe Esposito, on whose home the Public Service Company of Oklahoma slapped a smart meter despite his explicit wishes it not be installed. Shortly after installation, Esposito began to experience tooth aches, constant tingling, and aches in his leg that kept him from sleeping. After watching a video by Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt called Smart Meters & EMR: The Heath Crisis of Our Time, Esposito put up lead sheeting around the meter. He began immediately to sleep well, to feel no pain in his leg, and relief from his other symptoms. He even experimented on himself by removing the lead once in a while, noting that the pains and sleeplessness returned upon doing so. Continue reading
The United States Military conducted top secret experiments on the citizens of St. Louis, Missouri, for years, exposing them to radioactive compounds, a researcher has claimed.
While it was known that the government sprayed ‘harmless’ zinc cadmium silfide particles over the general population in St Louis, Professor Lisa Martino-Taylor, a sociologist at St. Louis Community College, claims that a radioactive additive was also mixed with the compound.
She has accrued detailed descriptions as well as photographs of the spraying which exposed the unwitting public, predominantly in low-income and minority communities, to radioactive particles. Continue reading
I have never sent one cent to Komen and I have often wondered what it is that attracts people to the runs and giving their money to this – what I call a huge money raising operation and nothing more. I detest these outfits that play upon the fears of people. Take a good look at how the heads of these money grubbing outfits live. Do they live at the level of the average person? Hardly. They are nothing more than snake oil salesmen – giving false hope to those who give them any attention at all. It is one thing to provide a REAL service to someone and hand them a bill for that service – it is another to do what all these faux-disease and illness money grubbers do.
I hope this article from Natural News will open a few eyes, but I won’t hold my breath. People really do love to be lied to and send their money to those who are nothing much above a parasite.
Planned Parenthood is nothing more than a giant Baby killing operation – may they rot in hell for what they do. – Jackie Juntti
The media is abuzz with chatter about Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s flip-flopping on the issue of whether or not to fund Planned Parenthood, the controversial reproductive health services group that provides abortions for women, in order for it to offer breast exams and promote mammograms. But the real controversy is the fact that Komen’s mammograms, which are promoted as a “lifesaving” intervention, actually cause breast cancer. Continue reading
Internal Homeland Security documents describing specifications for border-crossing scanners, which emit gamma or X-ray radiation to probe vehicles and their occupants, are raising new health and privacy concerns, CNET has learned.
Even though a public outcry has prompted Homeland Security to move away from adding X-ray machines to airports–it purchased 300 body scanners last year that used alternative technology instead–it appears to be embracing them at U.S.-Mexico land border crossings as an efficient way to detect drugs, currency, and explosives. Continue reading
As the holiday travel season approaches, millions of American air passengers will become painfully reacquainted with Transportation Security Agency (TSA) screening measures. Passengers must submit to either medically unnecessary X-rays or intrusive gropings. Yet in the realm of health care the federal government has adopted a new policy of discouraging routine screening tests for many cancers. Although these two policies may seem superficially contradictory, they demonstrate an underlying common theme of the government seeking ever-greater control over our bodies and our freedom.
Screening travelers and screening patients share some common features. In both cases the goal is to sort through a large, mostly-normal population to identify the relatively few problem cases either an undetected terrorist or a hidden cancer. Continue reading
Because children and adolescents are particularly vulnerable to radiation, doctors three years ago mounted a national campaign to protect them by reducing diagnostic radiation to only those levels seen as absolutely necessary.
It is a message that has resonated in many clinics and hospitals. Yet there is one busy place where it has not: the dental office. Continue reading
Scores of patients have received overdoses due to operator error, safety issues
The initial accident report offered few details, except to say that an unidentified hospital had administered radiation overdoses to three patients during identical medical procedures.
It was not until many months later that the full import of what had happened in the hospital last year began to surface in urgent nationwide warnings, which advised doctors to be extra vigilant when using a particular device that delivers high-intensity, pinpoint radiation to vulnerable parts of the body. Continue reading
Editor’s NOTE: With the ongoing power “grab” gooing on at the airports, all around the owrld, the following is offerred as an ongoing study into the concerns of radiation, and its effects on the human body. Is too much of a “good thing”, too much? (Ed.)
In New Jersey, 36 cancer patients at a veterans hospital in East Orange were overradiated and 20 more received substandard treatment by a medical team that lacked experience in using a machine that generated high-powered beams of radiation. The mistakes, which have not been publicly reported, continued for months because the hospital had no system in place to catch the errors.
In Louisiana, Landreaux A. Donaldson received 38 straight overdoses of radiation, each nearly twice the prescribed amount, while undergoing treatment for prostate cancer. He was treated with a machine so new that the hospital made a miscalculation even with training instructors still on site. Continue reading
The radiation dose is likely the least of the problems with airport screening.
If operating as specified, a scanner delivers about 0.01 millirad of radiation, or 0.00001 rad. You unavoidably get 10,000 times as much from the natural environment every year.The worry is not surprising in a nation that has been barraged with antinuclear propaganda for decades. Keeping people terrified of doses even tinier than those from airport scanners seems to be government policy. Fearmongering has likely caused a $10 trillion loss to our economy by stopping the expansion of nuclear power plants, and greater dependency on hostile foreigners for energy?including those who sponsor terrorism. Continue reading
Editor’s NOTE: The following was published in May of 2010, months before the political uproar surrounding the full-body scans and pat-downs began. Our concern is that of the excessive radiation exposure to all who choose, or need to fly. The following is presented for the readers ongoing education and consideration. (Ed.)
After the “underwear bomber” incident on Christmas Day, President Obama accelerated the deployment of new airport scanners that look beneath travelers’ clothes to spot any weapons or explosives.
Fifty-two of these state-of-the-art machines are already scanning passengers at 23 U.S. airports. By the end of 2011, there will be 1,000 machines and two out of every three passengers will be asked to step into one of the new machines for a six-second head-to-toe scan before boarding. Continue reading
Over the past ten years, and through the teachings by Dr. Kelley, I have been privileged to dedicate many hours of broadcast efforts and lectures, to educate the public about the dangers of X-Ray technology. The basis or these teachings go as far back as the 1950’s, when it was common place for the public school systems all across America, to use this diabolical procedure on unwitting children.
The post we offer here, was published in TIME – in 1956. The warnings were not heeded then, and are still being ignored today. Are X-Rays a contributor to heart disease and cancer? This category will endeavor to uncover the TRUTH. (Ed.) Continue reading
When Alain Reyess hair suddenly fell out in a freakish band circling his head, he was not the only one worried about his health. His co-workers at a shipping company avoided him, and his boss sent him home, fearing he had a contagious disease.
Only later would Mr. Reyes learn what had caused him so much physical and emotional grief: he had received a radiation overdose during a test for a stroke at a hospital in Glendale, Calif. Continue reading
Data casting doubts on X-rays confuse patients, doctors
Annual screening appears to add 36 hours to women’s life spans, said one doctor; ‘you would get a better benefit from walking to the doctor’s office than getting those mammograms.’
Her patients cannot believe it. For years they had taken it for granted that mammograms saved their lives, or would. For years they had subjected themselves to the cold metal of the machine, the painful pinch of the plates. After all, everyone knew that early detection prolongs life.
BUT NEW ASSESSMENTS of the pivotal research supporting the effectiveness of mammography have cast serious doubt on that assumption, and Carolyn Hendricks, a Bethesda oncologist, finds herself “inundated” with questions. Continue reading
For decades, it was an article of medical faith: Get a mammogram; it could save your life.
Now, seemingly overnight, that faith has been shaken. The mammogram that yearly ritual for millions of American women has become the focus of a bitter and unusually public scientific dispute that is being fought in the pages of medical journals and the columns of daily newspapers. Scientists, policy makers and politicians have scheduled meetings and Congressional hearings. Continue reading
What would one expect? For the government to admit that they had been misguiding women for all these years? Stick around – for the end is not yet in site – unless YOU want it to be! (Ed.)
WASHINGTON – The Department of Health and Human Services said Thursday that it continued to support regular mammography exams for women ages 40 and over. Continue reading
3 out of 4 medical studies indicate significant cause and effect…
Even though 27 out of 35 studies published since 1957 have linked abortion with breast cancer, pro-abortion groups such as Planned Parenthood continue to deny such a link exists and refuse to inform prospective abortion recipients of the studies.
Led by group president Karen Malec, the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer is working to inform the public about a link since abortion providers, as a rule, do not. Continue reading