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U.S. Army General: The Whole Northern Hemisphere is at Risk of Becoming Largely Uninhabitable

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posted on May, 27 2012 @ 07:36 AM
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If it keeps the population down, this might actually be a good thing.




posted on May, 27 2012 @ 07:51 AM
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The Natural Solutions Foundation and the general have been accused of being paid disinformation agents

urbanevolution.org...

www.nocodexgenocide.com...

I'm not sure how the radiation issue fits their agenda.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 08:30 AM
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Plube, you are full of it. The crap coming out of your mouth was so nonsensical I had to register just to respond to your crud. First, you go off about Natural Solutions having an agenda but whose to say you are not sucking on the tit of the nuclear lobbying industry? Judging from your many posts on how wonderful the nuclear industry is, one has to wonder. Either way, let me 'educate` you this time. You keep going off about how little radiation is spilling out from Fukushima and the Japanese are experts so know what they are doing. First, there was plenty of radiation pumped out - rising birth defects WILL be coming to a theater near you. Second, radiation is still being pumped out but mostly in the ocean! I`ll have a little isotopes with my sushi please. Yeah, you didn`t mention that did you smart ass. And that was quite the nice little map you provided of the contaminated area. Hate to break it to you the wise and all-knowing Plube, but the Japanese government didn`t enlarge the area because it would have cut of a main highway running to northern Aomori (the hell with the public, we got to have easy and quick access). So the contaminated area is far more than what the government has officially admitted. But hey, you trust the government, right? And your assertion that the Japanese government are experts and have everything under control is laughable to say the least: they where running around with their heads chopped off at the time of the accident. It was pathetic. How do I know this? Because I live in Japan. If you knew anything about Japan, and clearly you don`t, you would know that the Japanese culture is nortoriously secretive (even people with fatal diseases are sometimes not told by their doctors), and you think they are going to tell the public that radiation contamination isn`t under control? Third, the media in Japan are highly regulated by the government and as a result they end up just repeating whatever the government tells them. But of course, you are the expert on Japanese society - I forgot. Fourth.....you know what, I am not even going to bother trying to explain what is going on over here. You obviously live in your own little disneyland and there is nothing I can say or do to change that. All I will say though is that we live with radiation every day and it isn`t no coal mine. So perhaps you are asking yourself why doesn`t he leave? Well, again, if you knew anything about Japanese culture you would understand that the vast majority will not abandon their ancestors. Which kind of screws me as my father-in-law will never leave the family burial site and my wife will never leave her father. So we are here to stay, because I will never leave my wife. It may sound crazy but perhaps that is what it means to be Japanese - a little crazy. As for you my little radiation loving friend, you can go F**k yourself. Because I know the truth, I live it everyday. And radiation is not the way. If you don`t believe me, I know some really cheap land you can buy in the town next to Fukushima. But you really couldn`t give a flying F**k - no doubt. You live in your own little world far far away from the reality of living in an irradiated country. Go push your nuclear industry safe crap somewhere else, and while you are at it, go f**k yourself!
edit on 27-5-2012 by takemetoyourleader21 because: grammer mistake



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 10:06 AM
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Originally posted by yourmaker
what a load of fear mongering CRAP.


Yeah, well ... they're desparate. The russians have been monitoring Chernobyl for a long time ... I even dare to speculate that Chernobyl was a russian experiment ... an experiment in wether such an event is actually as hazardous as claimed.

And with Fukushima, we're actually coming to the conclusion ... that Nuclear war is not such a big threat after all.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 10:12 AM
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You might there but that means squat because you can't see radiation in the air or the soil. You don't have to feel it either but your organs will in time.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 10:18 AM
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Perhaps but the threat is still there of such a senario if Japan does'nt do what they have been advised to do



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 10:20 AM
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Originally posted by bjarneorn

Originally posted by yourmaker
what a load of fear mongering CRAP.


Yeah, well ... they're desparate. The russians have been monitoring Chernobyl for a long time ... I even dare to speculate that Chernobyl was a russian experiment ... an experiment in wether such an event is actually as hazardous as claimed.

And with Fukushima, we're actually coming to the conclusion ... that Nuclear war is not such a big threat after all.

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Russian does not monitor Chernobyl because this is territory of Ukraine
please forget word russian if u r talking about Chernobyl



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:13 AM
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Originally posted by PerfectPerception

U.S. Army General: The Whole Northern Hemisphere is at Risk of Becoming Largely Uninhabitable





Isn't it great that a person uses his title to tell us something about which he knows nothing more than any of us.

He is trained to kill in many different ways and has an education in how to send other people out to be killed.

But nuclear physics is not part of his training. He reads stuff and like any good ATS - he overreacts.

EDIT:
I nearly forgot:
And largely due to the generals predecessors the japanese must be regarded as the leading experts in nuclear contamination.

edit on 27-5-2012 by HolgerTheDane2 because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:13 AM
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Uh.. Even if that were written in my native language (Japanese) I wouldn't have been able to understand you. Your argument goes a lot further when you slow down, use paragraphs, dump the insults and explain your side..

You were trying to say what now?



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:37 AM
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As a very important side note, I think people should be more keen to the relationship between say, our sun or the earth's Van Allen belts, and the ability to deflect or control the direction of radiation particles of many flavors.

This is the type of technology we need to clean up our radiation spills, and it relates to magnetism in some complex manner that I don't quite understand but I am sure the physics pros can crack it easily.

By using a precise magnetic effect of some sort, you can control and vector the particles into a type of containment field / device. This will allow proper disposal of rouge radionuclides in our environment.

I have absolutely no doubt that we are capable of developing this technology and utilizing it to save our planet, but I do have limited amounts of faith that anyone will care enough or be wise enough to invest heavily into it. I apologize for my cynicism.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:39 AM
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Originally posted by bluemirage5
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You might there but that means squat because you can't see radiation in the air or the soil. You don't have to feel it either but your organs will in time.


It hasn't stopped a billion cell phone users from pumping money into toys. It hasn't stopped the construction of microwave masts every place you look.

As long as there's money to be made, it doesn't matter how many of the population die from it.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:40 AM
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Originally posted by CaptainLJB
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Well, I did see the movie. Rather stupid one at that. I suppose I should have read the book instead.


The movie was a fictional story based (very) loosely on the book. The book itself, amazing.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:43 AM
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Originally posted by HolgerTheDane2

Originally posted by PerfectPerception

U.S. Army General: The Whole Northern Hemisphere is at Risk of Becoming Largely Uninhabitable





Isn't it great that a person uses his title to tell us something about which he knows nothing more than any of us.

He is trained to kill in many different ways and has an education in how to send other people out to be killed.

But nuclear physics is not part of his training. He reads stuff and like any good ATS - he overreacts.

EDIT:
I nearly forgot:
And largely due to the generals predecessors the japanese must be regarded as the leading experts in nuclear contamination.

edit on 27-5-2012 by HolgerTheDane2 because: (no reason given)


In this country, all you need is a Title to commit any number of atrocities or simply to get people fired you don't like. It doesn't even have to be a military title, it can be in the sciences or anything else.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:45 AM
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I am tired of arguing over how dangerous it is, or how bad it will be.
I am tired of trying to spread awareness.

I want to spread solutions now. I want to show others how easy it is for them to open their mind and tap into human creativity and find real solutions to actual problems. I want them to know they are powerful and capable of overwhelming any odds and defeating any obstacle.

But we must straighten up our acts, politically, economically, scientifically, etc. Our institutions are failing to achieve the very purpose they were created for in the first place.

I don't care what level of danger Fukushima poses, because obviously it has to be at least a little bit of some sort of danger right??? So let's invent the radiation vacuum. I need all humans to get in on this. Whoever invents it first gets bragging rights through history and possibly a lot of money before they die!



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:51 AM
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Originally posted by vkey08
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Uh.. Even if that were written in my native language (Japanese) I wouldn't have been able to understand you. Your argument goes a lot further when you slow down, use paragraphs, dump the insults and explain your side..

You were trying to say what now?


I want more than anything to take my family to Japan one day and explore the glory that is your heritage.

So I will bring up the radiation vacuum idea at least until someone explains in depth elaborately why I should forget about it. I think we can totally clean up the spill, but we need better technology.

I do not accept seeing any part of Japan become uninhabitable, even if it's a few square km. It is unnecessary and illogical to allow this to proceed without at least proposing such a grand solution and pushing others to pursue it because it's a difficult issue which needs thousands of brains working on it before anyone will discover working practical solutions.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:52 AM
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Originally posted by HolgerTheDane2

Originally posted by PerfectPerception

U.S. Army General: The Whole Northern Hemisphere is at Risk of Becoming Largely Uninhabitable





Isn't it great that a person uses his title to tell us something about which he knows nothing more than any of us.

He is trained to kill in many different ways and has an education in how to send other people out to be killed.

But nuclear physics is not part of his training. He reads stuff and like any good ATS - he overreacts.

EDIT:
I nearly forgot:
And largely due to the generals predecessors the japanese must be regarded as the leading experts in nuclear contamination.

edit on 27-5-2012 by HolgerTheDane2 because: (no reason given)


In all fairness, Stubbledine graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering..
But I still can't get past this:



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 11:54 AM
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I love the idea of a Radcumn, I just wonder how it would be able to be done??? ( first i assume by trademarking the name)



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 06:53 PM
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Originally posted by bjarneorn

Originally posted by yourmaker
what a load of fear mongering CRAP.


Yeah, well ... they're desparate. The russians have been monitoring Chernobyl for a long time ... I even dare to speculate that Chernobyl was a russian experiment ... an experiment in wether such an event is actually as hazardous as claimed.

And with Fukushima, we're actually coming to the conclusion ... that Nuclear war is not such a big threat after all.


[emphasis added by me]

what!? where is the proof that nuclear war is not such a bit threat after all? exaggerating or downplaying fukushima,either way it is still a lot worse than many of us are able to even know. but...to say nuclear war would not be absolutely destructive or a big threat..is illogically stupid.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 07:00 PM
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I can`t get anymore clear than that. Obviously you need to return to school which I am guessing is in America somewhere. Because if you were Japanese, you wouldn`t be trying to obscure my previous reply by simply assuming the role of Grammer Nazi. There.....are....a lot of...others who need....more grammar policing than....I do. And I think.....you know....who I mean because he no......doubt is a friend of......yours.



posted on May, 27 2012 @ 07:04 PM
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Stubblebine is a questionable fellow:
www4.dr-rath-foundation.org...

Try not to get too awestruck by prestigious titles. The fact he was a Major General in 1984 doesn't make him an expert on nuclear fallout.
He's one of the generals portrayed in "The Men Who Stare at Goats". Stubblebine's work in remote viewing was later deemed worthless by the military.
If you look further into his resume, he appears to be a bit of a crank.



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