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Originally posted by loves a conspiricy
doubtful that its due to radiation. No mention of hair loss, or the other symptoms associated with radiation sickness.
If they had been subjected to radiation that made their ears, and gums bleed...them to feel nausea's and fatigued...by now they would be losing their hair in big chunks...they would also have sores appearing over their body. You dont get the first stages of radiation sickness and skip the later stages.
Buy hey.....if you want to believe its radiation sickness thats up to you....stay ignorant dude
Originally posted by RadeonGFXRHumanGTXisAlien
Interesting, earlier today i microwaved some food, nachos, cheese, and some sauce.
A few hours after eating it, i got a headache, and i feel my intelligence has been temporarily suspended.
I dont usually eat microwavable food, hell im pretty sure russia has banned microwaves...no wonder russians are a lot more intelligent than people in the west.
Apart from not using a phone, hair dryer, tv and microwave, im barely exposed to radiation inside the house i live in.
Definitely not eating microwavable food again....i still have the headache.edit on 13-9-2011 by RadeonGFXRHumanGTXisAlien because: (no reason given)
Apparently we are importing food from Japan that is not even being tested: Arnie Gundersen who told Solar IMG Saturday that Americans, not just in the northwest, are unaware of being rained on with Fukushima nuclear hot particles and eating Fukushima contaminated food because the US government has deliberately minimized the catastrophe, partially due to a pact Secretary of State Hillary Clinton signed with Japan. Gundersen, with a team of other scientists, intends to prove government statements about Fukushima are false. "The United States came up with a decision to downplay Fukushima," said Gundersen who is awakening the public with information such as hot particles in rain will continue falling in the U.S., not just in the Pacific Northwest, for another year, and mentioning high-level fallout in Oklahoma a few days ago. Gundersen told SolarIMG that high-level people he knows in the State Department said Hillary Clinton signed a pact with her counterpart in Japan agreeing for the United States to continue buying food from Japan, despite that food not being properly tested for radioactive materials.
Arnie is fighting for us... trying to prove the gov't isn't telling us what we need to know. He wants people to send him hot samples: He said that, "now with lots of citizens having Geiger counters," they can help with the new study by wiping a surface one meter by one meter with a cloth after a rainout, and placing that cloth under the Geiger counter. "If you get a positive reading on the cloth, I'd like to see the cloth," he said. Gundersen advises people taking samples to note the location and time the sample was taken, and to wrap the sample in a triple layer of foil before mailing it to Fairwinds. www.examiner.com...
Originally posted by Htrowklis82
reply to post by gameoverforyou
This is not necessarily due to radiation in the environment.
I learned in a patho class that iodine deficiency is again on the rise in America.
Many people are using sea salt and kosher salts that have no added iodine and processed foods and fast food salts do not contain iodine either. Most people would be surprised to find out they are mildly to moderately iodine deficient as a result.
So if you feel better after taking an iodine supplement this could be a more probable reasoning. You just gave yourself a good thyroid boost!
Originally posted by gameoverforyou
I was feeling pretty stressed, like I was trying to drive 60 in first gear....then it suddenly occured to me that I should take iodine. I immediately went out and bought some, took 150 mcg, and immediately felt about 50% better. Now I see this thread. amazing!