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ENENews: Your Thoughts?
Codes axiom;  no words are strong enough to denounce what mankind has done to the planet
 
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Code, I reviewed your Pacific Genocide thread, Great job.  I dropped a link over on the Cass Environmental Issues forum for a little more exposure.  

Quote:The IAEA wants TEPCO to dump the stored contaminated water out to sea instead of just leaking it out a little. Tepco says it’s more contaminated than we had been led to believe because ALPS didn’t work well enough. The Japanese fishing industry is against the idea. Is radiation causing the massive die-offs?

Pacific genocide

The Cassiopaea site is the discussion forums of sott.net

Hope it helps get the word out.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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thanks Horse!    I always make my posts too long...then reading them later, I see they are not nearly as clear as I thought.   The pacific genocide thread could use some photos of the animals.   Also more stuff uncovering possible links to nuke fallout.    Seeing how many people read, one feels a responsibility to improve the quality
 
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It's hard to cover a lot of ground in a few words, but your pacific genocide thread does well. I was glad you retouched it cause I had it in mind for the fuku thread over there. We could use a couple threads like that, fit for public consumption that might help raise awareness of what we're losing. Shining the light, kudos, Code.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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spunky SARAH KEARTES doesnt believe Fukushima caused any harm

Here's your go-to source for debunking all the Fukushima fables
BY SARAH KEARTES 
https://www.earthtouchnews.com/oceans/oc...ma-fables/
 
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I have updated the first post on the bystander thread.  http://caferadlab.com/thread-2157-post-4...ml#pid4527

My motivation is to put a dent in the scientific hubris of our agencies and educators. Here we have young, eager impressionable minds believing their geiger counters which show fukushima radiation is safe, while under foot half of the bugs show deformity, and kilometers away snow monkeys are being born with reduced brain size

https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/...index.html



Science has been the enlightenment of our species.  Now science... mainstream science agencies and media are now the impasse regarding nuclear fallout dangers.    When you read papers from Jay Cullen, you realize the formidable depth of education and intelligence.  A great deal of rigor is required to confront that mainstream force with cogent arguments. Fortunately, we have the great research from people like Bandazhevsky and others of the European Committee on Radiation Risk.  http://euradcom.eu/

 The narrative that nuclear radiation is safe, that Fukushima was not harmful are really overwhelming.   Contrast that with reports coming from Japan;

adult thyroid cancer is increased 29 times post fukushima,  leukemia is increased 10.8 times, the lung cancer is 4.2 times, the childhood cancer is 4 times, the pneumonia is 3.98 times, the myocardial infarction is 3.97 times, liver cancer 3.92 times, colon cancer 2.99 times, stomach cancer 2.27 times, stroke 3.52 times.

http://caferadlab.com/thread-2772.html

Students should rebel against this mainstream narrative that nuclear fallout is safe.   The message that nuclear is dangerous, causes exclusion zones around the world, and threatens future lives for many generations to come must go viral.   Everyone is encouraged to spread the word.  

If you like the information here at CafeRadLab, the threads on the Pacific Genocide 
http://caferadlab.com/thread-2163.html
the bystander effect http://caferadlab.com/thread-2157.html ,  
K-40 http://caferadlab.com/thread-2197.html   
Toxicity studies http://caferadlab.com/thread-2610.html  
 and other great threads,  you are encouraged to contribute or refute them and share them with fellow students and associates!
 
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I would like to start a new thread about the failure of radiation measurement.   Help come up with a good thread name.
The world is fooled by the geiger counter

look at these poor students, diligently tracking radiation measurements that dont tell them about the danger!

https://www.scmp.com/news/asia/east-asia...-fukushima

how about Bugs dont lie, geiger counters do.   

[Image: insect-fukushima-13.gif]
 
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Never trust your life to a Sievert

Subterfuge of the Sievert

Your Geiger is a dangerous instrument

The radiation measurement confidence game

Blinded by science

1 millimeter = 1 kilometer

Give your Geiger to your enemy

The incredible shrinking radiation measurement machine

Geiger Madness

They come bearing false measurements

The Counter that Couldnt

A Geiger is a pro nukers best friend


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She Blinded me...with Science!!    Your love affair with Geiger is tainted!

'Background radiation: natural and man-made.'

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12729417

worldwide average effective dose rates from weapons fallout peaked at 113 microSv a(-1) 

(about 5% of natural background) in 1963 and have since fallen to about 5.5 microSv a(-1) 

(about 0.2% of natural background). These values perhaps serve to emphasize that even 

gross insults to the natural environment from anthropogenic releases of radioactive materials 

are likely to be of limited significance when set in the context of the ambient radioactive 

environment within which all organisms, including humans, have developed.
 
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Code, how about The Art of Nuclear Deception?
This topic will be coming up eventually  ,  once actual numbers are released for the Woolsey fire, that burned though the Santa Susanna  Field Lab meltdown site. MULTIPLE radioactive  & chemical  toxins were released  & remobilesed from plant tissues, to be deposited into people's lungs.
       ABSORB IN PLACE

Nice bifurcated abdomen on that beetle! He better hope it's  adaptive...
 
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The Art of Nuclear Deception  

 or

How to improve the accuracy of your Geiger Counter using only a sledge hammer and a fifty pound bag of cement.

El Sievert No Sirve

No immediate harm if you choke swallowing  a  Geiger counter

Only Simpletons believe Sieverts

If you run across a Geiger Counter in the road, put it in reverse and run across it again

The Geiger Gag

Failure of the Geiger counter to determine radiation risk, a multi cohort global study

Geiger readings should be multiplied by a coefficient of the third power of a cockroach butt then immersed in molasses and placed under a steam hammer while performing the five Tibetan rites.

Proper use of a Geiger involves calibration;  First, immerse in honey and copper shavings for two hours, then place the unit next to two tons of corium.   If anyone dies, the unit is defective and should be returned to the manufacturer

Geiger Goo Goo Gai Pan;  Chop Suey made with deformed chicken, mutated bamboo shoots and often served with contaminated rice.  

She bifurcated while measuring safe levels of radiation

Please help with more ideas for a thread name, then contribute to the thread!


I just want to say...
Dont worry about the future, its going to work out;

The autistic will care for the demented while zombies take measurements of the radiation with Geiger counters and we will all feed off the cadavers of the cancer victims.
 
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Name of a thread about why geiger counters are misleading

Thanks Horse; 'Geiger Mueller Investigation'

Im thinking of  'Geiger Zombies of the Lost World'

any objections?    going once, going twice.....

Here are some Geiger Counter Zombies of the Lost World;  Exchange students from France test Fukushima radiation. Conclusion;  radiation in Fukushima no different than France or Poland....Safe!


[Image: 21421586_21363656.jpg?itok=m2WnYTRo]

More Geiger Zombies of the Lost World.   Conclusion?  Safe!

[Image: 17NUCLEAR-jumbo.jpg]

The Geiger Zombies walk around dressed in white zombie clothes and white gloves, trusting their zombie geiger counters while under their feet the bugs are deformed!   The zombie children will be deformed too, some will notice, others will never make the connection...
The geiger counter zombies who believe most in their geiger counters will not believe the leukemia was caused by radiation!

[Image: 9759f8302411699cfabb523ff95eb78c8e1f852a.jpeg]
 
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Now I see where the students are from. Quite anazing any students would partkae. But, then again, not so amazing consudering all the propaganda over decades.
Pia
just pm me if needed.
 
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(12-01-2018, 03:43 PM)piajensen Wrote: Now I see where the students are from. Quite anazing any students would partkae. But, then again, not so amazing consudering all the propaganda over decades.

an example of the student indoctrination
http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.108...46/36/1/49

Geiger measurements show safety while Belarus and Fukushima are zones of tragedy, microcephaly, deformity etc
 
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Fraxinus velutina
Arizona Ash
Mutated by Fukushima gamma fallout in Southern California.
Burma Shave

The bifurcation in terminal leaflet is obvious.
Not so obvious,  but more disturbing,  is the alternate bud pattern of side leaflets.
Pattern SHOULD BE opposite!
This calls  into question the very identity of the genus, no?


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dkitty, is that a recent observation of the Arizona ash?
Ive noticed black rotting spots on broccoli since Fukushima, problems with certain cactus even, and of course the large decrease in insects and birds, only partially recovered.....what to say of the people I know who died unexpectedly
 
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(12-01-2018, 06:27 PM)Code Wrote: dkitty, is that a recent observation of the Arizona ash?
Ive noticed black rotting spots on broccoli since Fukushima, problems with certain cactus even, and of course the large decrease in insects and birds, only partially recovered.....what to say of the people I know who died unexpectedly
The Arizona  ash leaf is from 2014. Haven't  done much photography  lately, but each year there are more mutated leaves per tree.
   Until last year, seeds were stunted, dry, probably  not viable...until last year. I now have about 20 volunteer seedlings. In the words of our tear less leader, "We'll  see what happens..."
  My mutant seedlings are so rare, I could probably sell them at a premium. 'Hot' deals...
 
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Enenews archive. While searching this archive, I have to pay $5. a year to use the archive.
https://web.archive.org/web/201810191426...enews.com/

Using the wayback machine archive of enenews.com is tricky. After page 8 you have to click at the previous article at the right above the headline of the article page and tediously go back one article at a time to find a date you want to see. I think it is because articles were saved at different times so the page numbers at the bottom of the page don't correspond to a date a person might want to see.
 
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(12-02-2018, 02:18 PM)antirad Wrote: Enenews archive.  While searching this archive, I have to pay $5. a year to use the archive.
https://web.archive.org/web/201810191426...enews.com/

I don't understand, it appears to be free, though they gladly accept donations.

Quote:Who has access to the collections? What about the public?

Anyone can access our collections through our website archive.org. The web archive can be searched using the Wayback Machine.

The Archive makes the collections available at no cost to researchers, historians, and scholars. At present, it takes someone with a certain level of technical knowledge to access collections in a way other than our website, but there is no requirement that a user be affiliated with any particular organization.

How can I help the Internet Archive and the Wayback Machine?

The Internet Archive actively seeks donations of digital materials for preservation. If you have digital materials that may be of interest to future generations, please let us know by sending an email to info at archive dot org. The Internet Archive is also seeking additional funding to continue this important mission. You can click the donate tab above or click here. Thank you for considering us in your charitable giving.

https://help.archive.org/hc/en-us/articl...nformation
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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I found some old forums on the Wayback Machine

e.g.:

Webcam Discussion Thread Dec. 26, 2013 - August 6, 2015

https://web.archive.org/web/201509050740...13-present
 
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Thanks antirad. I added the link here, http://caferadlab.com/thread-2593-post-6...ml#pid6819
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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