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Chemtrails, HAARP and Geoengineering With Jim Lee

air trails Tonight on Truther Girls radio my guest is the mind-blowing Jim Lee, who has worked tirelessly for the past two years to put together a 3D map of Radiation, Chemtrails and all kinds of earth changes.

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Jim Lee is a major researcher, you can look at his web site at: rezn8d.com

Jim’s blog is at: terraforminginc.com

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Prof. Olle Johansson on Radiation

Olle Johansson, associate professor is head of the Experimental Dermatology Unit, Department of Neuroscience, at the Karolinska Institute (famous for its Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine) in Stockholm, Sweden. Prof Johansson is a world-leading authority in the field of EMF radiation and health effects. He is also a professor in basic and clinical neuroscience at the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. He has published more than 500 original articles, reviews, book chapters and conference reports within the field of basic and applied neuroscience. His studies have been widely recognized in the public media, including newspapers, radio and TV as well as on the Internet, both nationally as well as internationally.

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News from the Intel Hub:
Times Amount of I-131 Allowed in Drinking Water
EPA: Boise Rainwater Has Highest Levels of Radioactive Material in US, 80 Times Amount of I-131 Allowed in Drinking Water
http://theintelhub.com/2011/04/03/epa-boise-rainwater-has-highest-levels-of-radioactive-material-in-us-80-times-amount-of-i-131-allowed-in-drinking-water/

Rainwater in California Measured 181 Times The Acceptable Limit For Drinking Water
http://theintelhub.com/2011/04/03/rainwater-in-california-measured-181-times-the-acceptable-limit-for-drinking-water/

Fukushima Could Be Like Chernobyl on Steroids

When disasters like this recent one in Japan happen, people often feel disconnected from it. “It happened somewhere else in the world. Sucks for them, but it doesn’t concern me.” That kind of thing. But individual countries, like the organs of our body, do not exist apart from one another. When one breaks down, the whole body is affected.
I have been so saddened by the disaster in Japan that I nearly lost my nerve and started crying on the radio today. Maybe it’s the German in me, but I am extremely pragmatic and totally unsentimental and unromantic, and breaking down in tears is highly unusual for me. Luckily, it was a short segment and we went to a commercial break before I succumbed to a blubbering meltdown.

Speaking of meltdown, concern about the nuclear disaster in Japan are not abating. At the Fukushima Nuclear plant that suffered damage during the March 11 earthquake and tsunami and and explosions in the days after, Tokyo Electric is struggling to keep spent fuel rods cooled in pools of water. While most of the media attention is on the reactor itself, the spent fuel rods pose an even greater risk, as failure to keep adequate water levels could lead to a catastrophic fire. According to Arnie Gunderson, a nuclear engineer at Fairewinds Associates and a member of the public oversight panel for the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant, which is identical to the Fukushima Daiichi unit 1, the result of such a fire would be “like Chernobyl on steroids”.

Please see the following article by Kirk James Murphy, MD on the significance of the spent fuel rods and the implications of this disaster for America:
http://my.firedoglake.com/kirkmurphy/2011/03/14/nuke-engineer-fuel-rod-fire-at-stricken-reactor-would-be-like-chernobyl-on-steroids/

For daily updates on radiation levels in the US, go to
http://radiationnetwork.com

I guess despite the media’s efforts to reassure the North American public that the disaster at Fukushima poses no direct threat to their health, it looks like people are not buying this. Instead, they are stocking up on potassium iodide tablets, to the point where both the Canadian and American governments have felt the need to address this issue by urging the public to stop buying the stuff.

Tell them, ‘Stop, don’t do it,'” said Kathryn Higley, director of radiation health physics at Oregon State University.

“There’s a lot of mythology about the use of potassium iodide,” added Dr. Irwin Redlener, a pediatrician and disaster preparedness specialist at Columbia University. “It’s not a radiation antidote in general.”

http://www.metronews.ca/calgary/world/article/803627–japan-crisis-spikes-demand-for-radiation-pills

Canadian health agencies are stating the same, reminding people that it’s neither necessary, not a cure-all, nor even safe. Meawhile, the US military has already started giving it out to soldiers who are helping with relief efforts in Japan. Probably, for not, it’s not necessary for us here in North America. Unless Fukushima does turn out to be Chernobyl on steroids.

I live in Montreal, about as far to the tail end of whatever radiation could drift over from Japan. Out of curiosity, I asked the pharmacist about potassium iodide and whether they had any in stock. He acted like he had never heard the name before and excused himself while he went to google it. He returned to say what I already knew from having googled it myself before going over there and told me that they didn’t carry it but if there were a need for it in an emergency, the government would be dispensing it. I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry. I pointed out that in when such a disaster hits, systems break down and you can’t even count of the government for food, water or shelter, let alone something like potassium iodide. And as it is, we have people being turned away at the ER and dying in the hallways of our hospitals, so you can imagine how the health system would be equipped to handle a true mass public health emergency.

Well, I didn’t go into all that, but it went through my head and I thought ‘Talk about having faith in the system! Somebody please give this guy a red pill! STAT!”

In any case, it seems the public is a little more aware than the pharmacist because when I had alook at the shelves where they do have a small supply of iodine/potassium iodate, which is for external use, they were nearly cleared out and this is not normal because it just so happens that I was in there the previous week, before the disaster struck, and noticed that they had this product right over the epsom salts, which are also useful to detox radiation. Now, I don’t know if the product is at all ingestible (it does say ‘poison’ on the label) or useful as a prophylactic against radiation exposure, but I can’t help to think that it can’t be a coincidence that it has suddenly become so popular.

As of today, radiation levels in the US are normal and hopefully Fukushima will not turn out to be ‘Chernobyl on steroids’, but if it does, I tend to think that we will have to do a lot more than take potassium iodide to make it through.

Resources for Tracking Radiation

Some links for thos of you who are interested in keepig tabs on radiatio levels:

Surface Radiation Research Branch (GOVERMENT BE CAREFUL)
ftp://ftp.srrb.noaa.gov/pub/data/surfrad/

World Radiation Monitoring Center
http://www.bsrn.awi.de/
http://www.bsrn.awi.de/en/data/measurements/
002-030000, 003-030000, 131-030000

RadiationNetworkInfo: (130) CPM?
RadiationNetwork.com
http://www.radiationnetwork.com/RadiationNetwork.htm

Iodine to protect against thyroid cancer from radiation:
MagNascent Iodine
http://www.magnascent.com/

Radiation Poisoning Help

This information was sent to me by a friend. He had gathered it all from Naturalnews.com. Given that the fallout from the reactor meltdown in Japan may spread worldwide, I thought people may find these tips helpful. Sorry about the formatting, he had just put this together for personal use.

• Rosemary Found to Offer Best Protection against Radiation Poisoning Eating a diet high in apples, citrus fruits, cruciferous vegetables, drinking red wine, and using fresh rosemary have been scientifically shown to be effective. Supplements of rosemary extract containing carnosic and rosmarinic acids are widely available. Supplements of DIM offer higher doses of one of the most potent compounds in cruciferous vegetables. Broccoli sprouts are the best source of sulphoraphane, another highly potent compound in cruciferous vegetables. Broccoli sprouts are available as supplements too. Making a pitcher of fresh vegetable juice several times a week for all family members to drink is a great way to fortify everyone against an environment that has turned against them. The juice should contain high amounts of broccoli, cabbage or other cruciferous vegetables. Adding a small slice of fresh ginger will give the juice an appealing flavor. Use only organic or fresh locally grown vegetables if they are available.

• Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/026079.html#ixzz1GQoQLQa3

• Protect your health (and your thyroid) with potassium iodide in case of a nuclear emergency or terrorism event
• the FDA released its Guidance on Potassium Iodide (KI) as a Thyroid Blocking Agent in Radiation Emergencies, which was designed to prescribe other federal agencies’ and also local governments’ use of potassium iodide “in the event that radioactive iodine is released into the environment.”
• According to the FDA, potassium iodide’s ability to protect against radioactively-induced cancer is “well-established.” The FDA goes on to explain, “When administered in the recommended dose, KI is effective in reducing the risk of thyroid cancer in individuals or populations at risk for inhalation or ingestion of radioiodines. KI floods the thyroid with non-radioactive iodine and prevents the uptake of the radioactive molecules, which are subsequently excreted in the urine.” In other words, potassium iodide occupies the thyroid gland with “good” iodine, so that it will be too busy to absorb cancer-causing, radioactive iodine. However, as the FDA states, in order for it to be most effective, you must take the right dose of potassium iodide for your age and level of toxic exposure, within three to four hours of exposure and daily until the exposure is over.
• Given the way that potassium iodine works to prevent the thyroid gland from absorbing radioactive iodine, it is obvious that the use of it could potentially cause some negative thyroid effects. In his Complete Guide to Health and Nutrition, Gary Null warns for all potassium iodide users “to be aware that, if you suddenly deluge your perfectly normal thyroid gland with large amounts of supplementary iodine, you can inhibit its ability to produce thyroxine.” Thyroid damage from potassium iodide use is unfortunately most common in the elderly. If an elderly person has thyroidal goiter, potassium iodide can cause hyperthyroidism, according to PDR for Nutritional Supplements authors Sheldon Saul Hendle and David Rorvik. In fact, the FDA advises that “anyone over 40 should be treated with KI only if the predicted exposure is high enough to destroy the thyroid and induce lifelong hypothyroidism (thyroid deficiency).”
• As with any substance, someone who has never taken potassium iodide before may suddenly develop an allergic reaction. Usually an allergic response to potassium iodide affects the skin the most, taking the form of rashes or acne, reports to Dr. Elson M. Haas. According to an American Cancer Society statement that Professor Ralph W. Moss calls “outdated,” excessive use of potassium iodide, even without allergy, may cause pimples, swelling of the glands similar to mumps, runny eyes and nose and impotence. However, in his fairly recent book, Health and Nutrition Secrets, Dr. Russell L. Blaylock echoes the “outdated” American Cancer Society statement: “Higher doses in both adults and babies can cause a greater number of side effects and offers no further protection. In general, the side effects are mild and include swelling of the salivary glands, a metallic taste in the mouth, sore teeth and gums, gastrointestinal upset and/or skin rashes.” Though these potential side effects, in my opinion, should not be enough to dissuade you from taking potassium iodide in the event of a nuclear emergency, they should be enough to warn you not to “overdose” yourself on potassium iodide.
• On the other hand, there has also been a historical association between potassium iodide and cancer, the very disease that it is supposed to prevent. In the famous case involving anti-cancer tonic creator Harry Hoxsey, a number of cancer specialists testified that potassium iodide, which was one of the ingredients in Hoxsey’s mixture, might actually speed up the growth of cancerous tumors. However, many other researchers deny the link between potassium iodide and faster tumor growth.
• The Hoxsey case and the beliefs expressed in it have been a source of controversy since the initial popularity of Hoxsey’s treatment. Now, in light of recent terrorist attacks on the world and the possibility of attack with radioactive weapons, individual local governments, federal agencies and the medical community as a whole have no choice but to seriously rethink their former opinions on potassium iodide and once again weigh the risks and benefits.

The experts speak on potassium iodide and its effects:
• “Potassium iodide and possible nuclear attacks or disasters”
• If you leave the fate of your own health up to a bunch of state bureaucrats, you’re a fool. Everybody needs to have some potassium iodide on hand to protect themselves from radiation poisoning caused by nuclear accidents or nuclear terrorism. I’ve been recommending this since 1997, and finally, the feds starting promoting the idea after 9/11. But many states refuse to protect their own citizens. Their plans? “We’ll evacuate everybody in time.” Sure they will. And my dog can play the piano. 
”Some states refuse to distribute potassium iodide, leaving residents vulnerable to nuclear accidents”
• KI works best if used within 3 – 4 hours of exposure.
“Frequently Asked Questions on Potassium Iodide” by the FDA

“How potassium iodide works against the effects of a nuclear attack”
• In December 2001, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a final “Guidance on Potassium Iodide as a Thyroid Blocking Agent in Radiation Emergencies.” The objective of the document is to provide guidance to other Federal agencies, including the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), and to state and local governments regarding the safe and effective use of potassium iodide (KI) as an adjunct to other public health protective measures in the event that radioactive iodine is released into the environment. The adoption and implementation of the recommendations are at the discretion of the state and local governments responsible for developing regional emergency-response plans related to radiation emergencies. The recommendations in the guidance address KI dosage and the projected radiation exposure at which the drug should be used. This guidance updates FDA’s 1982 recommendations. 
”Frequently Asked Questions on Potassium Iodide” by the FDA

• Less iodine is lost from organically bound sources (as in foods such as kelp) because your body absorbs it better than it does iodine in potassium iodide supplements. There have been no documented cases of iodine poisoning. However, be aware that if you suddenly deluge your perfectly normal thyroid gland with large amounts of supplementary iodine, you can inhibit its ability to produce thyroxine. 

Complete Guide Health Nutrition by Gary Null, page 410

1. What does potassium iodide (KI) do?
• The effectiveness of KI as a specific blocker of thyroid radioiodine uptake is well established. When administered in the recommended dose, KI is effective in reducing the risk of thyroid cancer in individuals or populations at risk for inhalation or ingestion of radioiodines. KI floods the thyroid with non-radioactive iodine and prevents the uptake of the radioactive molecules, which are subsequently excreted in the urine.
• 2. Can potassium iodide (KI) be used to protect against radiation from bombs other than radioactive iodine?
Potassium iodide ( KI) works only to prevent the thyroid from uptaking radioactive iodine. It is not a general radioprotective agent.
• 6. What dosages of potassium iodide (KI) should be taken for specific exposure levels?
• 
Exposures greater than 5 cGy: 
Birth through 2 mos. – 16 mg. 
1 mo. through 3 yrs. – 32 mg. 
3 yrs through 18 yrs. – 65 mg. (Adolescents>150 pounds should take adult dose.) 
Exposures greater than 10 cGy: 
18 yrs through 40 yrs. – 130 mg 
Exposures greater than 500 cGy: 
Adults over 40 yrs – 130 mg. 
”Frequently Asked Questions on Potassium Iodide” by the FDA
• Older people with nodular goiters are at risk of developing hyperthyroidism from use of potassium iodide and iodized salt. Potassium iodide and iodized salt may exacerbate symptoms in some with autoimmune thyroiditis. 
PDR for Nutritional Supplements by Sheldon Saul Hendle and David Rorvik, page 570
• Finally, anyone over 40 should be treated with KI only if the predicted exposure is high enough to destroy the thyroid and induce lifelong hypothyroidism (thyroid deficiency). 

“Frequently Asked Questions on Potassium Iodide” by the FDA

“Skin disorders and other problems possibly associated with potassium iodide”
• Excessive quantities of iodized salt, taking too many kelp tablets, or overuse of potassium iodide expectorants such as SSKI can cause some problems, but regular elevated intake of iodine is needed to produce toxicity. Some people have allergic reactions, mainly as skin rashes, to iodine products. Iodine supplementation may also worsen acne in some cases.. 
Staying Healthy With Nutrition by Elson M Haas MD, page 196
• Since potassium iodide can cause a burning sensation in the mouth, either the tablet should be crushed and fully dissolved in a volume of orange juice that the baby can consume quickly, or you should use a saturated solution dissolved in orange juice…Higher doses in both adults and babies can cause a greater number of side effects and offers no further protection. In general, the side effects are mild and include swelling of the salivary glands, a metallic taste in the mouth, sore teeth and gums, gastrointestinal upset and/or skin rashes. 
Health And Nutrition Secrets by Russell L Blaylock MD, page 375

Learn more:
http://www.naturalnews.com/012388.html#ixzz1GQpByxyX
http://www.naturalnews.com/012388.html#ixzz1GQocrjmp
http://www.naturalnews.com/026079.html#ixzz1GQnnUzRj

Radiation protection is offered by amino acids cysteine and glutathione; Vitamins A, C, and E; minerals Selenium and Zinc. Russian clinical study reveals some benefit from Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus (ES))
• Common foods such as apples, buckwheat, and sunflower seeds strongly protect and detoxify us from radiation.
• •Foods such as apples, buckwheat and sunflower seeds cleanse us of radiation. Apples and sunflower seeds contain pectin which binds and removes radioactive residues from the body. Buckwheat contains glucosides which protect us from the effects of radiation. Cereal grasses and other green foods like chlorella and blue-green algae are also useful in cleansing our bodies of radiation.(1) Essential fatty acids like flax seed oil renew cells which have been burned by radiation. Soaking in a bath with sea salt and baking soda draws toxins including radiation from the body.

• Sea vegetables and miso may not be as familiar, but they are such powerful cleansers of radiation that they were used in Japan after nuclear bombs were dropped and in Russia after the Chernobyl nuclear power plant meltdown. Sea vegetables are also known as seaweed. Many varieties can be found in stores including kelp, dulse, nori and wakame. They can also be taken as a supplement which can be useful to people who can not develop a taste for sea vegetables or who feel uncomfortable cooking it. Below is a recipe for miso soup which includes the sea vegetable wakame. Wakame can be found at natural foods stores and in Asian markets.

• Miso Soup with Sea Vegetables

• 2 Tbsp dried wakame pieces(Wakame is a sea vegetable sold in natural food stores or Asian markets. If it is not in little pieces already, you can simply cut with scissors.)
• 6 cups water
• 1/2 chopped onion
• 1 chopped carrot
• 1 cup chopped kale
• 2 Tbsp chopped scallions
• 2 Tbsp miso, any variety. (Mellow white miso is sweeter; darker miso like rice or barley is more salty.)
• sea salt to taste
• Olive oil to coat pot

• To Prepare Soup

• Coat a soup pot with olive oil and saute onions, carrot and kale over medium heat for five minutes
• Add water and dried wakame
• Bring to boil and simmer fifteen minutes.
• Turn off heat and let cool to body temperature.
• Add a few tablespoons of the broth to a small bowl containing the miso. Mix the miso into the broth and then mix back into the soup.
• Top with scallions, and add sea salt to taste and serve.


• Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/030664_cell_phones_radiation.html#ixzz1GQmUgay3

DHS Wants to X-Ray Your Every Move

‘Naked Scanners’ were first introduced at a London airport last year, and from there it has been a slippery slope. We have all heard about the ongoing shennanigans and abuses of power by TSA employee, of people who refuse to be scanned being subjected to more and more invasive gropings, of women who refuse to have their bottles breast milk irradiated being put into glass cages in front of everyone, and even of visiting diplomats being subjected to such demeaning treatment.

As many of us expected, this trend toward government invasion of personal privacy is now just expanding and expanding. The TSA is now implementing airport-style security procedures at train stations and were recently criticized for wanding and frisking children after they had disembark at their destination.

But it won’t stop there. ‘Malintent’ scanners that can detect bad intentions have been around for a while and the DHS recently announced their intention to put them to good use at things like sporting events and the like under the FAST Program.

There are also mobile x-ray units that can travel along city streets, peering into vans and homes to detect human bodies, drugs and weapons. I remember seeing, over a year ago, a promo video by the makes of this van, who listed ‘stooling’ (aka taking a dump in your vehicle) as one of the activities their product could detect.

This technology is also covered in the following article in the Christian Science Monitor:

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/2010/0929/Feds-radiating-Americans-Mobile-X-ray-vans-hit-US-streets

And if you think that’s bad, they have more in store for you including DNA scans at airports to be rolled out this summer! Accoring to the Activist Post, “This technology is being implemented under the cover of combating human trafficking, illegal immigration, and finding missing persons”. American police now also have authority to take DNA samples during arrests, before a person has been convicted of a crime, and have been doing the same through mandatory blood tests at DUI checkpoints in Florida

http://www.activistpost.com/2011/02/dna-genetic-patdown-introduced-to.html

Prison Planet reports that DHS documents show their intention to roll out naked scanners at public events:

“The non-profit Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) on Wednesday published documents it obtained from the Department of Homeland Security showing that from 2006 to 2008 the agency planned a study of of new anti-terrorism technologies that EPIC believes raise serious privacy concerns. The projects range from what the DHS describes as “a walk through x-ray screening system that could be deployed at entrances to special events or other points of interest” to “covert inspection of moving subjects” employing the same backscatter imaging technology currently used in American airports.”

They have the technology and fully intend to use it. So if you thought it wasn’t a big deal to go through a potentially cancer-causing scan now and then at the airport, think again. How far will you let them go in treating you like a criminal, invading your privacy, and subjecting you to toxic radiation? How far will you let them go in doing this to your children?

I expect that if this continues it will soon be standard procedure for people to undergo x-ray and other screening to participate in common activities like attending an event, entering a courthouse or school, or maybe visiting a shopping mall. Many of us wonder how long the public will tolerate this. There has been quite a lot of criticism and pushback from the public, but DHS is going ahead with their agenda anyway and I suspect that part of the goal is to get people to restrict their own movements as much as possible. Restricting personal freedom of movement is always a priority in any tyrannical regime. Of course, they have more finesse than to do it the old-fashioned way of making you, say, wear a Star of David and confining you to a ghetto. They will just see to it that going anywhere will be such a miserable experience that you will voluntarily circumvent your own movements. 

Welcome to the future. Now bend over.