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Inside Info: Alaska Air’s Been Fuked! Cancellations Due To Fukushima Radiation Rather Than The Flu

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posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 06:23 AM
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Ok I know it's Before It’s News , but you are seeing more and more news coming out at a snails pace about the radiation.
But what I really believe it is much much worse than we are being told.




Before It’s News has recently received the following tip from a confidential source who asked that we get this information out to the public. In light of recent cancellations of airline flights out of Alaska, Oregon and Washington state, was there another reason behind those cancellations besides what we have already been told?



- See more at: govtslaves.info...


govtslaves.info...

______beforeitsnews/health/2013/12/insider-info-alaska-air-has-been-fuked-cancellations-due-to-fukushima-radiation-rather-than-the-flu-2516964.ht ml

**Mod Edit** Thread hoaxed due to source, not member.
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posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 06:34 AM
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LOL @ the title! haha!

But, yeah, it seems to be getting worse and worse. I am reading more articles about sea die offs from animals that were flourishing previously. I can't link anything off the top of my head but I'm sure you've read about it or at least seen more about it in the last year or so?



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 06:39 AM
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and what are you going to say in 10 days time - when air Alaska is once again operating normal services ?



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 06:41 AM
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BIN as a source

HOAXed in 3,2,1...



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 06:59 AM
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first, I saw 2 flights that turned around and went back, then there was a vid about government flights along the coast...not exactly a radiation alarm to me. also the sickout in the one video if that is what you are referring to.... is about some toxic substance in the uniforms themselves. a little more evidence would prove to be a lot more helpful about what you are claiming is happening



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 07:36 AM
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Does anyone here, other than me, actually have a geiger counter to test these things. If someone in Alaska has access to one and were to see if the air is higher in radiation it would be nice. It is nice to have a baseline, how will you know what normal is if you do not have a reference of normal radiation in the area. I know the sound of my counter at what is normally here. The radiation here varies from area to area, it is not a constant everywhere.



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 08:16 AM
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It is part of my job at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard to routinely sample the air for radioactive contamination. There is no change where I work. We detected elevated levels in Yokosuka shortly after the reactors in Japan were damaged, but it quickly decayed/diluted. There is no long term airborne radiation hazard anywhere near the USA as a result of the events at Fukushima.

Don't be a chump and fall for the stupid stuff.

Ranb
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posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 08:19 AM
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rickymouse
Does anyone here, other than me, actually have a geiger counter to test these things. If someone in Alaska has access to one and were to see if the air is higher in radiation it would be nice. It is nice to have a baseline, how will you know what normal is if you do not have a reference of normal radiation in the area. I know the sound of my counter at what is normally here. The radiation here varies from area to area, it is not a constant everywhere.


Ricky, do you have a thread here on your readings?

Have you noticed spikes during a rain fall?

Have you tried to read food products?

You're pretty far north of me, but we share the same weather patterns for the most part.



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 08:28 AM
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rickymouse
Does anyone here, other than me, actually have a geiger counter to test these things. If someone in Alaska has access to one and were to see if the air is higher in radiation it would be nice. It is nice to have a baseline, how will you know what normal is if you do not have a reference of normal radiation in the area. I know the sound of my counter at what is normally here. The radiation here varies from area to area, it is not a constant everywhere.



Yes I have one,but I live on the east coast and I take readings every day. Nothing significant.



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 08:37 AM
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Just looked on flightradar24 app, Alaskan airlines are flying. Looks like all internal flights. When I looked there were 2 flights from anchorage going to other US states and one flight was on his way back from Hawaii

Dunno of that means anything



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 09:04 AM
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haven't you heard - Radiation is Good For You




posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 09:54 AM
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I swear...Ann is like the equivalent of a bipedal parasite.
After the nukes are dropped, it'll just be her and the roaches.

"ALL HAIL THE ROACH-QUEEN!!!"

(Her obediant legions all simultaneously flip her a British "two-fingered" salute and blow Ann an extended raspberry!)

-Peace on Earth-



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 10:04 AM
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Blowback
haven't you heard - Radiation is Good For You



This if true is only fluke, a by chance happenstance of hitting a Golden Zone of radiation exposure, as cancer cells in general are weaken than a healthy cell these cancer cells would fall to low dose radiation before a normal healthy cells. I would say, even if this is true, these people could develop such cancers as leukemia, latter in life.

But tell this to the people that work with radiation, everyday.



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 10:17 AM
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rickymouse
Does anyone here, other than me, actually have a geiger counter to test these things. If someone in Alaska has access to one and were to see if the air is higher in radiation it would be nice. It is nice to have a baseline, how will you know what normal is if you do not have a reference of normal radiation in the area. I know the sound of my counter at what is normally here. The radiation here varies from area to area, it is not a constant everywhere.


Hey Dude

I want to buy one of these Geiger counters as soon as possible, people just don't know how serious this is. They found radioactive Iodine 113 in the milk in New York over a year ago. There is a need for everyone to start taking Potassium Iodine, so they will not uptake the 113 into their thyroid.

This radiation has already entered the North Atlantic, via the Bering Straights, we the world are in trouble for certain. The material Japan were using, was very low grade materials, in my thought's all of these involved, should be shot.
As for the UN , trying to control People, Countries, why don't these bastards start thinking about how to save this Earth.



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 10:51 AM
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Ranb40
It is part of my job at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard to routinely sample the air for radioactive contamination. There is no change where I work. We detected elevated levels in Yokosuka shortly after the reactors in Japan were damaged, but it quickly decayed/diluted. There is no long term airborne radiation hazard anywhere near the USA as a result of the events at Fukushima.

Don't be a chump and fall for the stupid stuff.

Ranb
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I like to hear it right from someone who does it, not through what is released to MSM who sometimes suppress things, or by people who are promoting fear. Thanks for the input on this.

I haven't had any high readings here....except by the little Ben clock.



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 10:59 AM
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I am one of the folks that happens to think this is a whole lot worse than anyone is telling. My primary concerns however are not airborne radiation. I am concerned about the sea life and the water contamination.

There have been some very strange things happening as of late. I personally have seen a melted starfish so I can tell you that when mass die offs of an entire species happens that something is seriously wrong. Add to that the whackiest whale behaviors and migrations just about ever seen and I am worried.

I am not scared, I am worried. We lose the sea and we lose it all. Here are a couple of non alarmist links. Granted they are from ENEnews however they are all from sources other than Gunderson.


Fukushima fish making it to stores, loads brought into port daily — Experts: Very, very high cesium levels in sediments; Most fish in area are radiated — Lab: We’ve never found radiation, it’s safe — Tepco: It’s pretty much under control, fences keep pollution out of ocean (VIDEO)

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Experts: “Really an off year” — Pelicans starving in Pacific Northwest since 2011, killing baby birds for food — Breeding success “really poor” since 2011 — “I believe pelicans are responding to large scale changes” — “Sardine crash” persists in Pacific since decline in 2011

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Unprecedented activity” near Canada’s West Coast: Whales in record numbers, displaying highly unusual behavior — Expert: Problems in Pacific could be bringing sea life to area; “Something’s amiss out there”

Link

To the OOOOOO: I understand your concerns. However, do try to link to stories when you make claims. Take a minute to read the entire story carefully and then go vet that story. I say this as Govt. Scientists are concerned that the radiation in the water may make it to the Atlantic is six years. It is not already there.
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posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 11:04 AM
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Ranb40
It is part of my job at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard to routinely sample the air for radioactive contamination. There is no change where I work. We detected elevated levels in Yokosuka shortly after the reactors in Japan were damaged, but it quickly decayed/diluted. There is no long term airborne radiation hazard anywhere near the USA as a result of the events at Fukushima.

Don't be a chump and fall for the stupid stuff.

Ranb
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I been to Fermi, Michigan, 50,000 gallons of radioactive garbage, dumped into Lake Erie, left overs from Fermi One.

Jiji: No solution seen for Fukushima’s radioactive water — Kyodo: Toxic ocean leakage to go on into 2020s — Experts: “High potential for marine life and human health effects through ingestion over generations”
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
By Paul Martin
ENENews.com
December 16th, 2013

Jiji Press, Dec. 16, 2013: No Solution in Sight for Fukushima N-Plant Tainted Water [...] No solution is in sight as [Tepco] struggles with ever-increasing amounts of radioactive water [...] The situation has improved little in the [past] six months [...] very high-level radioactive water has been detected under the ground [...] TEPCO detected 1.8 million becquerels of radioactive materials per liter of water collected on Thursday from an observation well some 40 meters from the seawall, the highest on record.

Kyodo News, Dec. 11, 2013: A government panel [...] estimated that the utility will not be able to fully address the risks of water leaks by the end of fiscal 2020. [...] “If measures are taken smoothly, a large part of the risks (posed by leaks from tanks) will be reduced around the end of fiscal 2020, but the amount of toxic water could surpass the tank storage capacity depending on the situation…and risks associated with keeping a large amount of tritium-water will remain,” the report said.

Estimate of Consequences from the Fukushima Disaster, Nordic PSA Conference (nuclear utilities in Finland and Sweden), September 2011: Some estimates of contamination of ocean waters were performed [...] More than 1.1e17 Bq [110 quadrillion becquerels] of Cs137 in total is estimated to have been released into the ocean. With respect to bio-accumulation and weighting factors for fish and other sea fauna a long-term cycle can be expected and high potential for marine life, sea-birds and human health effects through ingestion over generations.



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 11:16 AM
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There are a lot of reasons to be afraid of what is happening to the water around Fuku and beyond. In fact a ton of them. There is undeniable proof out there of the radiation making it to the water. Anything that gets in the water gets in the fish. Anything in the fish gets into people. Oh and 60% of humanities protein comes from the ocean..... This is far more concerning than airborne contamination.

People will absolutely be eating radioactive fish, till there aren't any and then we will see the mother of all wars as land to raise protein will become incredibly valuable and poor people will die off in the millions.

Fukushima is and has already changed the world. To bad some folks just don't believe it. Silly Ostriches....



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 11:23 AM
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Support your claims Dude.

Release of 137Cs & 134Cs , into water.
What about plutonium, you know what the half life is of plutonium is?

Put this in your pipe and smoke it.

Nuclear Physicist: Most of the fallout from plutonium-containing MOX fuel will drop on U.S., unless very strong winds take it elsewhere
Thursday, December 19, 2013
By Paul Martin
ENENews.com
May 18th, 2011

Interview with Akira Tokuhiro, Nuclear Engineer: Fukushima and the Mass Media, Vivian Norris for Hufffington Post, May 17, 2011:

[...] Fukushima differs from other nuclear reactors in that it uses a dirty fuel or MOX which is banned in many of the countries where nuclear power is a major energy source. My Swedish-Russian nuclear physicist friend is sending me links for reliable radioactivity readings and weather/wind patterns. We must remember some of what is posted on the internet are simulations, not actual readings. But he did add this:

The most terrifying fact is that the Japanese power plants are using ‘dirty’ fuel, which most countries have rejected and banned. Needless to say that the Americans built them. Since the Earth is moving Counterclockwise most of the fall-out will drop on U.S., unless very strong winds take it somewhere else. [...]



posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 11:30 AM
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No, I haven't started any threads on it...probably because the levels don't pose any danger to most people. There are higher levels around here by some rock outcrops but they wouldn't be a problem unless you built right on those outcroppings.

I just did a test on some foods. Bananas were fine, so were the potatoes. The potatoes I have are local potatoes from out by Witch Lake and they haven't had any radioactivity. I have had potatoes that slightly raised the meter before from big companies, but even those were sporadic and small increases, they wouldn't probably cause harm to people with moderate consumption.

I took a piece of charcoal and put it next to our running water and tested the charcoal. It did jump up slightly. This shows radon of some type attaching to the charcoal. The survey meter is good for testing radon this way but it can't tell you what kind of ions the water has. Running or moving water has ions attached so my water coming from an underground river means it contains energy. This is the basis for testing radon, the radon attaches to carbon in the test kit. There are three types of radon though, not all radon is really bad for you. I talked to the guy who tests radon in the Menards parking lot one day and he verified that this was true. Their test cannot distinguish good from bad, it only tells of the presence of radon.

I'm not afraid of radon in water myself, it will disinfect the dishes.


A few of the wife's crystal dishes collect radiation and cause a small increase, it may be the crystal itself. When I mixed some road salt with the sand in the shed, it upticks the meter, it has been mixed for three to four years and is still giving a higher reading.

The Sunray kit I inherited from my stepfather had some little cloths in the kit along with the tube of radium 226. I got readings all over the basement from that. I put it out in the garage now and got rid of the little cloths. They used to use it to paint dials on clocks and watches. I have three Baby Ben and one regular Ben clocks that give off radiation. I use them to test if the meter works. I have one right next to the monitor where I sit. It makes me feel like I did when I was young, a Big Ben clock right next to my head of the bed on a nightstand. I know I am not normal, thank god, but I doubt if the clock had anything to do with that


I don't fear radiation in small amounts. There is increased Cesium radiation all over the world from Chernobyl. Look at all the nuclear testing done open to the air in the past. We have been living in increased radioactivity for a while now, at least sixty years. The miners of long ago were exposed to radiation and I am sure that there is higher radiation in the mines today in most places, it is part of the job. Mining appropriately pays well because of the risks now. An occasional X-ray at the doctors can actually be good for you, it kills microbes. Having them too often can cause problems. An occasional air flight can also be good for you but too much flying is bad.

I don't think that exposure to low levels of radiation is the problem so many people are getting cancer or other diseases. I think it is changes in diet, including additives and new food production methods. We have to slowly evolve to these changes, not like diving off a cliff the first time you go swimming. In the last thirty years we have changed the food too much, this includes ways we cook the food also. Added radiation doesn't show up in my fridge or freezer.

I get an occasional tick on my meter. Before the bombs and chernobly, there may not have been a normal occasional tick. There is no way to know that, I have no baseline, the baseline was extablished on these machines after the bomb testing. They changed the normal baseline of radioactivity in the air long ago. Before the last time my machine was made.

My tester is a Ludlum Survey Meter Model 3. I got it from somewhere on a GSA auction bid, it cost me about 35 bucks plus shipping. Neat toy. Works great, I had to install a few D cells.



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