Saturday, April 4, 2015

"This Is Your Radiation, This Week. "

"This Is Your Radiation, This Week. "
by Bob Nichols

"Although we can't see it, taste it, smell it or hear it we can measure radiation and observe its effects. One way to measure radiation which the United States Environmental Protection Agency [EPA] has chosen to use on its radiation websites is in Counts Per Minute. Each Count is One Radioactive Decay. A radioactive decay occurs when a radioactive isotope annihilates itself in a radioactive explosion. This happens on a regular and methodical basis. It is worse when the explosion happens inside of you. People working for governments have devised ways to make use of this property of radioactive isotopes in nuclear bombs and reactors.

For example, 50 CPM is 50 Counts Per Minute [CPM] or 50 radioactive decays per minute. A related measure is Counts per Second [CPS.] 50 CPM is the same as 0.833 CPS, it is a per minute value divided by 60 seconds. Fifty CPM is an alert level and has been for years for people around radiation. The alert means that the radiation level is higher than it should to be. The Radiation Levels recorded by the EPA in the American cities listed above this past week are well beyond the old days and an alert level of 50 CPM. This radiation is not the kind of pollution than can be diluted or disappears by itself in a few days or years. The longed lived radiation lives much longer than this Planet will be around, according to astronomers and physicists."

(In Counts per Minute, 50 CPM is an Alert Level)
291 CPM Boston, MA,
271 CPM New York City, NY
230 CPM Atlanta, GA
465 CPM Miami, FL
205 CPM Chicago, IL
252 CPM Des Moines, IA
371 CPM Aberdeen SD
339 CPM Kansas City, KA
347 CPM Tulsa, OK
474 CPM Little Rock, AR
423 CPM Dallas TX
316 CPM Lubbock, TX
366 CPM South Valley, NM
658 CPM Albuquerque, NM* Highest
429 CPM Grand Junction, CO
647 CPM Billings, MT
560 CPM Phoenix, AZ
143 CPM Las Vegas, NV
514 CPM San Diego, CA
324 CPM Los Angeles, CA
228 CPM San Francisco, CA
459 CPM Spokane, WA

What does the Rad mean? The radiation measurements are much higher today than years ago. The radiation from nuclear bomb detonations and reactors has been falling to the ground for these past 70 years. The radioactive products last millions and in many cases billions of years. For us, the Rad lasts effectively, forever.

Half-life of some radioactive elements:
Half-life is the time taken for a radioactive substance to decay by half: * Cesium-134~ 2 years * Cesium-137~ 30 years * Iodine-131~ 8 days * Plutonium-239~ 24,200 years * Ruthenium-103~ 39 days [Ruthenium is a fission product of uranium-235.] * Ruthenium-106~ 374 days * Strontium-90~ 28.85 years [Strontium-90 is a product of nuclear fission and is found in large amounts in spent nuclear fuel and in radioactive waste from nuclear reactors.] * Uranium-234~ 246,000 years * Uranium-235~ 703.8 million years * Uranium-238~ 4.468 billion years.

Now consider this: "Hundreds of tons of burning highly radioactive reactor cores are scattered all over the Fukushima Daiichi site. The reactors are releasing as much as a Tepco (Tokyo Electric Power Company) measured 10 Quadrillion (10,000 Trillion Bq) radioactive counts per second of deadly radioactive smoke particles into the Earth’s atmosphere.The invisible, killing Radioactive Smoke is already all over the Northern Hemisphere and everyone in it– each and every one– is radiologically contaminated."

You need to understand this, because this is what's killing you, and us all:
“Ionizing Radiation”
“Fukushima Equals 6,000 Hiroshima Bombs Today, More Tomorrow; 
There is No Place On Earth to Escape the Rad”
“First thing, grasp the difficult concept that this is an ELE or Extinction Level Event.
 There is no escaping our fate, there are no solutions.” 

And, like me, you may feel like this...

1 comment:

  1. Hey, Steve Kupillas! I eagerly await your scientifically valid, source linked and cited, and documented refutation of these posts about radiation. Are you really the best they can send? I'm disappointed! Thought they'd send better, McDonalds wouldn't even hire you...