posted on Mar, 4 2014 @ 08:18 AM
reply to post by Human0815
I haven't followed the whole reactor 3 / MOX fuel thing.
But I can say this, if plutonium was released, that's a very bad thing!!
Never forget the beagles who died in the name of research.
Out of 144 beagles that were given plutonium nasal sprays in order to see what the effect on humans accidentally inhaling plutonium would be.....
97.9% of the dogs died of either bone cancer, lung cancer and two died of liver cancer. 141 out of 144.
Plutonium is deadly, even at very low doses.
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They should have never used dogs percentage was most dogs die of cancer and it is very dependant on the breed as well. So im not sure if this study
really tells us anything other than maybe there was an increase in cancer death but to what extent we can't tell. But i have a feeling they used dogs
on purpose to skew the results you have to be careful.
I would like to clarify that 'most dogs' do 'not' die of cancer naturally. There is an increase in the incidence of cancer among dongs and cats
(probably from all that "harmless" radiation they keep telling us not to worry about), but that is an exception and not the rule to the overall
health and causes of animal death. Ask long time vets what they've noticed over the decades about this. This study clearly tells us the extent of
cancer death due to plutonium - 141/144 dogs died of cancer within 5.4 years with tumors starting around 3 years after exposure - that's what, 99%
deaths from the plutonium?:
Deaths from radiation pneumonitis occurred from 1.5 to 5.4 years after exposure. Tumors of the lung, skeleton and liver occurred beginning at
about 3 years after exposure. Bone tumors found in 93 dogs were the most common cause of death. Lung tumors found in 46 dogs were the second most
common cause of death. Liver tumors, which were found in 20 dogs but were the cause of death in only two dogs, occurred later than the tumors in bone
and lung. Tumors in these three organs often occurred in the same animal and were competing causes of death. These findings in dogs suggest that
similar dose-related biological effects could be expected in humans accidentally exposed to 238PuO2.
The only information missing from the link is the age of the dogs - that information is probably in the full study. Also I don't know that if they
had sprayed the dogs with say half the dosage if they would have gotten the same results so we can't tell from this if there's a 'safe' level,
which from what I understand about plutonium doesn't exist. I think anyone looking at this study should take it at face value that plutonium is
deadly over 99% of the time and we are no different than the beagles! We're at the 3 year mark - let's see what medical information about spikes in
cancer gets leaked - because they sure aren't going to 'publish' it!
Is absurd and insane that anyone buys into this 'radiation' is harmless propaganda crap which is what it is - propaganda. Sure, let's invite the
world to Japan for the olympics - there's enough radiation for everyone - they don't CARE that people and animals will get sick from this - is not
that it's harmless, is that they don't care that its not harmless.... and that's their little secret....