Originally posted by thorfourwinds
Originally posted by moniesisfun
reply to post by OmegaLogos
... radiation is virtually everywhere. It's a lie to say there is no "safe" dose.
moniesisfun has definitely stepped over the line here (IMHO) and before we respond to its feeble attempts at humor - it can’t be serious with
the quoted statement -
I am not an it. That is an objectification of a subjective human being, and what commonly happens in the minds of the personality disordered. It is
not humor, it is basic science. Radiation IS
virtually everywhere, and we have evolved because
we wish to thank everyone who has responded to this attempt - once again - to awaken we, the people, to the horrible depopulation travesty foisted
upon a trusting, unsuspecting populace by an uncaring, worldwide conspiracy at the highest levels.
This is complete and utter NONSENSE
. How dare you claim "depopulation". Do you realize what the term means? Do you have the capabilities to
realize that the population is growing by the day? Do you realize that the amount of radiation which has been vented in the atmosphere is
of producing a "depopulation" of the United States?
How dare you make such absurd claims. Dare I say this is bordering on Treason. I do.
The fact that the true dangers of the 24/7/365 radioactive fallout emanating from the triple melt-throughs at Fukushima for over 19 months have been
secreted from the American citizens by the very agencies theoretically protecting we, the people, is CRIMINAL and should be prosecuted as
You sir, maddam, or whatever combination constitutes this "we" which is referred to, lack context.
Without context, your words are meaningless. I could make a similar claim that "radioactive fallout" is emanating from the nuclear detonations which
came out of Arizona over the decades, 24/7/365. I could not, however, prove that this led to "depopulation", as has been stated, the population is
continuing to increase. How exactly is this event so very different from the thousands of bombs already dropped inside of this country
What is criminal, is your absurd accusations which seem to lack a decent understanding of human nature. While individuals may be intelligent, human
beings acting in groups are ignorant fools. They lack context as well, and will fear tiny amounts of radiation. This fear, causes panic, and more
chaos and destruction than the event itself. It is a wise economic, and political decision to keep it from the public. You claim it is criminal. Prove
it. File the charges.
As for your backing up the statement that "no radiation level is safe" I'm calling complete BS
If this were the case, we would not exist, nor
would any life. Obviously, it is a balance between various stressors (including radiation), and our adaptive capacities, which allows life to thrive.
We know that life on earth respond intelligently to environmental variables. This includes the variability in radiation.
The scientist noted that there were probably historic reasons why it was a lot easier for plants to get used to living in increased levels of
radiation. "It is just unbelievable how quickly this ecosystem has been able to adapt," he said. "[There must be] some kind of mechanism that plants
already have inside them. Radioactivity has always been present here on Earth, from the very early stages of our planet's formation. "There was a lot
more radioactivity on the surface back then than there is now, so probably when life was evolving, these plants came across radioactivity and they
probably developed some mechanism that is now in them."
No human being has been known to die from plutonium, as I already linked earlier in the thread. We have no clue what adaptive abilities lie within our
bodies natural mechanisms to deal with these radioactive nucleotides. We do know that severe, acute doses are lethal.
There are many which cases that a dose of a substance which would be lethal, when lessened, has a strengthening effect on our system. We have been
conditioned to think of radiation as "evil" and always toxic, however, this is an assumption of facts, not in evidence.
Look what I found with a quick search:
Radioresistance may be induced by exposure to small doses of ionizing radiation. Several studies have documented this effect in yeast, bacteria,
protozoa, algae, plants, insects, as well as in in vitro mammalian and human cells and in animal models. Several cellular radioprotection
mechanisms may be involved, such as alterations in the levels of some cytoplasmic and nuclear proteins and increased gene expression, DNA repair
and other processes.
Epigenetics is a fairly new field, and breakthroughs are happening every year as we progress our understanding of how dynamic gene expressions are,
and the implications this has for our view of certain things like the effects of small doses of radiation.
It is intuitive to assume that human beings will be HELPED
by small doses of radio-nucleotides. Especially since the mining has already been
done. This event will likely HELP
humanity in the near future for increased exposure to radiation, as may be needed to seed the solar system
and galaxy as our technology progresses.
If I'm recalling correctly, a month aboard the ISS gives the astronaut the equivalent dose of a smoker inhaling a pack a day for 10 years
The American Dream of the last generation set us on the moon. . .
In this generation, we all dream to be "superstars". . .
If these astronauts are willing to take one for the team, why the hell can't we all for the sake of our species ??
Evolve or Decay.
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