Government to Dispose of Radioactive Waste By Putting It In Our SILVERWARE! …
January 29, 2013 in Health
Washington’s Blog January 29th,2013
The overwhelming scientific consensus is that any amount of radiation –no matter how small – can cause cancer and other serious health effects.
(Current safety standards are based on the ridiculous assumption that everyone exposed is a healthy man in his 20s – and that radioactive particles ingested into the body cause no more damage than radiation hitting the outside of the body. In the real world, however, even low doses of radiation can cause cancer. Moreover, small particles of radiation – called “internal emitters” – which get inside the body are much more dangerous than general exposures to radiation. See this and this. And radiation affects small children much more than full-grown adults.)
But the Department of Energy – the agency which is responsible for the design, testing and production of all U.S. nuclear weapons, promotes nuclear energy as one of its core functions, which has been covering up nuclear accidents for decades, and has used mutant lines of human cells to promote voodoo, anti-scientific arguments – proposes letting radiation into our silverware.
India and China were the top sources of radioactive goods shipped to the U.S. through 2008, according to the Department of Homeland Security. Bartley, a metallurgist who has tracked radioactive contamination since the early 1990s, said there’s no evidence the situation has improved.
Two years after an Indian scrap-metal worker died from radiation exposure, the world’s second-most populous country hasn’t installed alarms, the Ministry of Shipping said in December.
“The same thing could easily happen again tomorrow,” said Deepak Jain, 65, who owns the yard where the worker died. “We have no protection. The government promised a lot, but has delivered absolutely nothing.”
Indeed, we are being bombarded with low-level radiation from all sides:
- Above-ground nuclear tests created “background” levels of radioactive cesium and iodine for the first time
- Countries dump everything from radiation from nuclear meltdowns to radioactive submarines in the ocean
- In Japan, radioactive crops are being mixed into non-irradiated foods
- The U.S. apparently signed a pact with Japan agreeing that the U.S. will continue buying seafood from Japan, despite that food is not being tested for radioactive materials
- Much of our food is now intentionally irradiated
(The government has even treated some people as guinea pigs.)
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Otter adds… This has been going on a long time. When building in CO. , the steel yard knew full well that waste was being put into rebars. The thought in those days was that they, would be buried in protective concrete upon their use. They did have old school counters and always knew to check the rebar that came from outside the U.S. That naturally would never happen here… (?) It was common knowledge that “Made in China”, where any and all metal alloys had a secondary use to this end, as well as alloys including other wastes that could be made into alloyed compounds…
Have you bought anything that is labeled “Stainless Steel” lately?… Do you know to take a good magnet with you when you are looking to purchase that expensive item that you consider an investment that you will not need to replace…
Put the magnet to the labeled stainless, if it sticks, and I will put money on most of what you test will. It is not stainless steel alloy, having too much junk metal that lacks the chromium that gives the rust protection you seek… There are many types of steel alloy. Finding a magnet that is of the same alloy will enable you to identify what it is that you are testing… Surprise!… Ask if you need more leads on magnet types.
Commentary added by Otter Walks on Two Feet… Survive-All… 29/01/13