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Geiger Zombies of the Lost World
#1
Are you going to believe the hard science of your Geiger counter measurements? Of course you are.  Everyone is!  You see the students walking around staring at their Geiger counters, believing the levels of radiation are safe, while under foot the plants and animals are deformed.   How are you going to convince the Geiger Zombies they are stuck in a nightmare false reality, and their gieger counter measurements dont reflect the real world??

Students believe their geiger counters! Notice how they stare at that device like zombies

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They dont notice that there are deformed bugs and plants....a lot of the deformity is hard to see...genetic instability, reduced immune function, smaller brains,  metabolic change predisposing to cancer and other disease.

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#2
Where are the students? Rad Students ought follow and study the methodology of experts like Marco Kaltofen and Tim Mousseau.
... I see now, Fukushima, this is related to the other post - http://caferadlab.com/thread-2288-post-6...ml#pid6749
Pia
just pm me if needed.
 
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#3
(12-01-2018, 03:37 PM)piajensen Wrote: Where are the students? Rad Students ought follow and study the methodology of experts like Marco Kaltofen and Tim Mousseau.
 Marco Kaltofen uses the ICRP dose model.  This means he underestimates the danger of nuclear fallout by hundreds or thousands of times!   In my book, Mr Kaltofen is a Geiger Zombie of the lost world
here he gives a poor description of the banana dose problem (he may in fact not know!) and then asserts the ICRP model
https://www.researchgate.net/publication...munication

How 200 Japanese High School Students Became Fukushima Fallout Geiger Counter Zombies of the Lost World

https://www.forbes.com/sites/prossermarc...dc61db2332
 
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(12-01-2018, 03:55 PM)I Code Wrote:
(12-01-2018, 03:37 PM)piajensen Wrote: Where are the students? Rad Students ought follow and study the methodology of experts like Marco Kaltofen and Tim Mousseau.
 Marco Kaltofen uses the ICRP dose model.  This means he underestimates the danger of nuclear fallout by hundreds or thousands of times!   In my book, Mr Kaltofen is a Geiger Zombie of the lost world
here He gives a poor description of the banana dose problem (he may in fact not know!) and then asserts the ICRP model
https://www.researchgate.net/publication...munication

How 200 Japanese High School Students Became Fukushima Fallout Geiger
Counter Zombies of the Lost World


https://www.forbes.com/sites/prossermarc...dc61db2332

Institution is formidable. To see through it one must start early..very early. Emotions carry the weight of time.
I leave the specifics to those who have the patience....I get blindingly mad by them and that does no one good. Probably because I have been talking about the lies for decades and most if not all turn the blind eye. I can't wrap my mind around that..except that it is easier to choose that. Oh well. Keep up the good work y'all!

Thanks for the inspiration..it helps me 

Geiger zombies, just instituted thrombi
Equal to the equation, dosing the devastation 
Robbie, Tommy, did someone say Johnny
Media, balmy swampy
Leaders in elation, delighted by the beration 
Naughty mommy, Disneyland Bambi Gandhi
Calmly, slaughtering hobby like tsunami 
Humanity lost in the eyes of its own incarnation 
Geiger zombies, inescapable thrombi
 
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#5
Code, Marco's response to your post -

"First, Tim Mousseau does indeed do some fine work. We are better for having him out there working on our behalf.

Second, the ICRP model is incomplete, as opposed to incorrect. That means it can underestimate doses. This requires scientists to collect the data that shows what else needs to be done. If my data helps do that, then that makes going into the lab everyday worth it. With enough data, people will get used to the idea of always including the dose exerted by radioactive particlulate matter.


Marco Kaltofen, PhD, PE (Civil, MA), C. NSE
Boston Chemical Data Corp."
Pia
just pm me if needed.
 
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#6
Pia, thanks for posting Marco's response.  He has also done fine work on our behalf and I appreciate his taking the time to comment.  Oh for a more complete ICRP model then, one that doesn't underestimate doses.    The ICRP model is currently being used to determine if it's safe for children to live  in Fukushima prefecture.   Marco focuses us back to the real culprit, radioactive particulate matter, that we need to inform people about.  Just want to throw in a thanks, Marco, for the work you're doing.  It is worth it to many lives.
"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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