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I love the thread that goes into detail about REACTOR TWO being totally liquified and this being AMAZINGLY THE FIRST TIME THIS HAS HAPPENED inside a reactor...

Sounds like people STILL DON'T UNDERSTAND that what happened at Fukushima Power Plant is about as believable as two commercial airlines bringing down THREE commercial steel skyscrapers at freefall speed, aka 9/11.

Japan got NUKED on 3/11, and everybody in THE INTELLIGENCE GAME fucking knows who's responsible.

And THEY KNOW why. And I'm talking HERE about both World Trade Center (whatever it was) and Fukushima Daichi (whatever it was).

Seriously, this shit is FUCKED UP.

The citizens of this planet are being SHAT ON by powers who have been voted in to PROTECT THEM.

It's time we took back ownership of FREE PLANET for the sake of our children's children.

Seven billion awakened peoplezzzz.
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touche'

however God knows who done it

factor that in

because He IS and WILL BE the bottom line

just gave them plenty of rope with which to hang themselves

we are all going to be removed from flesh anyway

at the 7th Trumpet

doesn't make a damn bit of difference who believes it

it's all over but the shouting at the 6th
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Its not just Alaska Airlines crewmembers...I work for another major US airline and am in the air about 100 hrs/month, mostly west coast and Pacific Northwest in particular. These skin rashes are becoming alarmingly commonplace with pilots and flight attendants, including myself. I developed itchy, blistering patches on my arms and torso about 8 months ago. I saw a dermatologist when they started to get so bad that passengers started asking me about the "burns" on my arms. The doc called it an allergic reaction, so I changed everything from my laundry detergent, lotion, soap; basically anything that came in contact with those areas of my skin, but still have the problem.

One day I was rubbing prescription cortisone cream on my arm and a crewmate asked what that was because she was having the same problem. Then our captain said he was just diagnosed with dermatitis with the same itchy, weeping patches on his arms and neck. As it turns out, a lot of flight attendants have it and hide it so we don't get yanked from our trips for having "unsightly injuries," as the airline refers to it.
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Hmmm... has anyone considered that it could also increased cosmic ray radiation as well?

I'm sure you read the article about how there is not a solar bow shock anymore.

Here's the snippet that most interested me in the article:

<snip>
The bow shock is thought to help protect Earth from cosmic rays that would be encountered in the interstellar medium and produced as the solar system speeds through the universe.

Its absence could mean that increased penetration of charged particles, which can damage DNA and lead to mutations, could have occurred frequently in the past as the sun passed through interstellar gas clouds, possibly boosting evolution or perhaps even causing extinctions.

<snip>
[link to www.latimes.com]

Airline crew are exposed most to ionizing radiation. Just a thought.

More info can be found here on this topic:
[link to getthetruthout.icyboards.net]

Hope you find some answers soon! That can't be a good thing - no matter what is causing it. :(
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bsflag phuleeez!
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UV AND COSMIC RADIATION DOES NOT PRODUCE THESE SYMPTOMS !

END OF!
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fear mongering?
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FO REAL mongering
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Thread: Hundreds of flight attendants fall ill after wearing 'toxic' uniforms
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There have been other lawsuits brought against airlines by cremembers due to radiation related illnesses over the years. I was diagnosed with stage 3 malignant melanoma at age 31 and my orginal oncologist would swear that my exposure to high altitude radiation played a large part. Not saying I wouldn't have eventually had melanoma, but that my exposure accelerated the process.

And in case you wonder why I still fly for a living...well, I love what I do-to death (pun intended). A slow painful death to me is being chained to a desk for the next 30 years.
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Melanoma is caused by a retrovirus. There is a melanoma antigen. You can defend against the antigen. See here:

[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

Get a vaccine...
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“An anxious heart weighs a man down, but a kind word cheers him up” (Proverbs 12:25, NIV).

“I sought the LORD, and he heard me, and delivered me from all my fears” (Psalm 34:4).

“Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:6-7).
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God forbid individual inquiries and concern regarding the fallout. Now that a major corporation is suffering backlash as a result of the disaster, maybe me might see some more info getting public attention. Good stepping stone.
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kitty It seems logical that Alaskan bush pilots and staff on other carriers would also be showing symptoms.
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Here's the big diff...commercial airlines fly in the stratosphere, where radiation would just slowly move about and tend to hang around. The planes are pressurized, and the air to pressurize the inside is taken from air around the airplane, pumped in and CONCENTRATED inside the airplane where the radiation also concentrates. The air also bleeds out of the inside, so the pressure is maintained by constantly pumping more air inside. I imagine anybody on regular flights would be exposed to very high amounts of plutonium and other radioactive particles. They will all come down with various cancers in the coming years.
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Bush pilots fly in the troposphere and don't usually pressurize their cockpits.
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I imagine that the inside of the big jets will acccumulate more and more radiation as time goes on...carpets, fabrics, including uniforms, etc.
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NaturalNews, rofl
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Still more believable than TEPCO.

Obvious shill is obvious.
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Do this Planes or Airports do not have a surveillance System?

I just remember that Guy who came from a Med-Check
and a Highway Patrol stopped him because of Radiation.
(he got some Material injected for a check of the Blood Flow)

I am sure that they use the same Machines in a Airport
and they would go wild!

Why do our Japanese Air Crews not falling sick?
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NaturalNews, rofl
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Still more believable than TEPCO.

Obvious shill is obvious.
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Maybe for the naive Housewives like you?
I found much more disinformation there than
on the Tepco-Page!
G.Y.!B.E.
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I imagine that the inside of the big jets will acccumulate more and more radiation as time goes on...carpets, fabrics, including uniforms, etc.
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imagine the contamination in the airconditioning filters..

The captain should try and obtain it and send it to Tom at antiproton for independent analysis.

My bet is along with all the other radioisotopes being found,, that these planes probably accumilate small amounts of plutonium 239 as well.
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Do not hurt the oil nor the wine
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amen
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U238 Half Life = 4 Thousand Million Years

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oioi , time for darwin awards.
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I love the thread that goes into detail about REACTOR TWO being totally liquified and this being AMAZINGLY THE FIRST TIME THIS HAS HAPPENED inside a reactor...

Sounds like people STILL DON'T UNDERSTAND that what happened at Fukushima Power Plant is about as believable as two commercial airlines bringing down THREE commercial steel skyscrapers at freefall speed, aka 9/11.

Japan got NUKED on 3/11, and everybody in THE INTELLIGENCE GAME fucking knows who's responsible.

And THEY KNOW why. And I'm talking HERE about both World Trade Center (whatever it was) and Fukushima Daichi (whatever it was).

Seriously, this shit is FUCKED UP.

The citizens of this planet are being SHAT ON by powers who have been voted in to PROTECT THEM.

It's time we took back ownership of FREE PLANET for the sake of our children's children.

Seven billion awakened peoplezzzz.
 Quoting: Free Planet 15824021


The thing is, is there might not be anything coming out of fukushima and their disinfo ops are spreading fear on the internet about the radiation. Then they just ignore it playing the angle that the emissions aren't happening.

Don't assume that Tepco or Gunderson are telling you the truth. Fact is, nobody knows the truth until some fool walks up to the plant with a gieger counter.

The radiation at Fuku could be from a bomb detonation. They still don't know why there was a detonation. It never should have happened like that in a million years but people dismiss that because they want doom. Lets not forget that an israeli security company just took over the Daichii plant just before the earthquake. Hmmm... Also the tepco records show reactor 4 and 3 being empty before the quake also. Hmmmm again. But now they are mysteriously full of uranium.

I'm not shillin. I just want the truth. And nobody is providing real trustworthy data. Site me some sources and i'll show you their agenda or conspiratorial affiliations.

Any residual radiation at Fuku is most likely the micro nuke the israeli security firm detonated in either retaliation for providing Iran with fuel or it's all part of the bigger coverup for the solar max or something like that.

What i know with absolute certainty is that the explanaition we're given or think we have is far too simple and is only a fraction of the truth.
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The world is falling apart and business is maintained as usual for the sake of profit.
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thanks op.

and to this post, thanks. I certainly see it this way.
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Hundreds of Alaska Airlines flight attendants have filed a formal complaint about uniforms they suspect might be causing their skin to rash and develop lesions, and their hair to fall out.

But based on the timing of the symptoms and their relation to similar symptoms in local marine life and polar bear populations, it appears as though radiation from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster may also be a potential culprit.


Not everyone is convinced that the uniforms are to blame, including Alexander Higgins who recently connected the dots to discover a potential link to the Fukushima Daiichi disaster. After comparing the flight attendants' symptoms to those reported on polar bears and marine life from the northwest U.S. throughout the past year, the timing and correlation of the two is highly suspect.


[link to www.naturalnews.com]
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alone oh crap!!
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seems like there would be an easy way to find out for sure. biopsy the lung tissue, look for those rads.
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What about the radiation from the TSA body scanners that they have to pass through multiple times/day? Just a thought
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What about the radiation from the TSA body scanners that they have to pass through multiple times/day? Just a thought
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As i said,

this Detectors are sooooooo fine,
they find even Particles inside the Human Body
inside a Car that is passing the Detectors of Homeland Security!

Last Edited by The real and almighty Atom-Boy on 05/16/2012 09:22 AM
G.Y.!B.E.
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Hundreds of Alaska Airlines flight attendants have filed a formal complaint about uniforms they suspect might be causing their skin to rash and develop lesions, and their hair to fall out.

But based on the timing of the symptoms and their relation to similar symptoms in local marine life and polar bear populations, it appears as though radiation from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster may also be a potential culprit.

Not everyone is convinced that the uniforms are to blame, including Alexander Higgins who recently connected the dots to discover a potential link to the Fukushima Daiichi disaster. After comparing the flight attendants' symptoms to those reported on polar bears and marine life from the northwest U.S. throughout the past year, the timing and correlation of the two is highly suspect.


[link to www.naturalnews.com]
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fear mongering?
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Nope, don't think so!
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Its not just Alaska Airlines crewmembers...I work for another major US airline and am in the air about 100 hrs/month, mostly west coast and Pacific Northwest in particular. These skin rashes are becoming alarmingly commonplace with pilots and flight attendants, including myself. I developed itchy, blistering patches on my arms and torso about 8 months ago. I saw a dermatologist when they started to get so bad that passengers started asking me about the "burns" on my arms. The doc called it an allergic reaction, so I changed everything from my laundry detergent, lotion, soap; basically anything that came in contact with those areas of my skin, but still have the problem.

One day I was rubbing prescription cortisone cream on my arm and a crewmate asked what that was because she was having the same problem. Then our captain said he was just diagnosed with dermatitis with the same itchy, weeping patches on his arms and neck. As it turns out, a lot of flight attendants have it and hide it so we don't get yanked from our trips for having "unsightly injuries," as the airline refers to it.
 Quoting: no one 35


I'm a US military pilot...about a year ago I was sent to several different areas in Japan and purchased my own radiation detector and took measurements along the way to satisfy my own curiosity. This situation is a lot worse than they are admitting- from day one- which is why they're working so hard to keep it out of the news.

The Pacific Northwest, Alaska and Northern Japan all have significant amounts of radiation and it has been increasing with every day that goes by.

Here's my thread I wrote about it...a whopping 7 replies.
Thread: Going to Japan this weekend, ask me a question

OK, everyone. I just reached my final destination a few days ago and here are my findings. Not as extreme as I was expecting, but I did manage to glean some interesting info:

Washington state/surface level/14MAY: 0.6 R/hr
Washington state/24,000 feet /14MAY: 0.3 R/hr
Anchorage, AK/ surface level/14MAY: 0.3 R/hr
100mi S of Kuril Islands,Russia/15MAY:4.0 R/hr
Misawa, Japan/ surface level/15MAY: 0.3 R/hr
90mi E of Sendai/24,000 feet /16MAY: 0.4 R/hr

Summary: The radiation was 50 times less what I expected to experience when flying 90 miles east of Fukushima. The fallout cloud is most intense to the Northwest of Japan about 500 miles off the coast and gave readings 10 times higher than anywhere else I observed. Shockingly, the radiation on the ground on the United States west coast is twice that of Misawa, Japan which is only 200 miles north of Fukushima.

I took photographs of my CDV measurements and also collected pretty sweet aerial imagery of 2 of Japan's undamaged nuclear reactors on the West coast. I will post upon request if there is interest.
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You only hear about SpecOps when they go wrong.
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Its not just Alaska Airlines crewmembers...I work for another major US airline and am in the air about 100 hrs/month, mostly west coast and Pacific Northwest in particular. These skin rashes are becoming alarmingly commonplace with pilots and flight attendants, including myself. I developed itchy, blistering patches on my arms and torso about 8 months ago. I saw a dermatologist when they started to get so bad that passengers started asking me about the "burns" on my arms. The doc called it an allergic reaction, so I changed everything from my laundry detergent, lotion, soap; basically anything that came in contact with those areas of my skin, but still have the problem.

One day I was rubbing prescription cortisone cream on my arm and a crewmate asked what that was because she was having the same problem. Then our captain said he was just diagnosed with dermatitis with the same itchy, weeping patches on his arms and neck. As it turns out, a lot of flight attendants have it and hide it so we don't get yanked from our trips for having "unsightly injuries," as the airline refers to it.
 Quoting: no one 35


I'm a US military pilot...about a year ago I was sent to several different areas in Japan and purchased my own radiation detector and took measurements along the way to satisfy my own curiosity. This situation is a lot worse than they are admitting- from day one- which is why they're working so hard to keep it out of the news.

The Pacific Northwest, Alaska and Northern Japan all have significant amounts of radiation and it has been increasing with every day that goes by.

Here's my thread I wrote about it...a whopping 7 replies.
Thread: Going to Japan this weekend, ask me a question

OK, everyone. I just reached my final destination a few days ago and here are my findings. Not as extreme as I was expecting, but I did manage to glean some interesting info:

Washington state/surface level/14MAY: 0.6 R/hr
Washington state/24,000 feet /14MAY: 0.3 R/hr
Anchorage, AK/ surface level/14MAY: 0.3 R/hr
100mi S of Kuril Islands,Russia/15MAY:4.0 R/hr
Misawa, Japan/ surface level/15MAY: 0.3 R/hr
90mi E of Sendai/24,000 feet /16MAY: 0.4 R/hr

Summary: The radiation was 50 times less what I expected to experience when flying 90 miles east of Fukushima. The fallout cloud is most intense to the Northwest of Japan about 500 miles off the coast and gave readings 10 times higher than anywhere else I observed. Shockingly, the radiation on the ground on the United States west coast is twice that of Misawa, Japan which is only 200 miles north of Fukushima.

I took photographs of my CDV measurements and also collected pretty sweet aerial imagery of 2 of Japan's undamaged nuclear reactors on the West coast. I will post upon request if there is interest.
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Did you happen to fly over the Bristol Bay area in SW Alaska? Right at the head of the Aleutians? I was there at the time, moved away a few months ago but people there have been having health problems. I'm near Anchorage now and it's probably not as bad as SW but this is the first time I've seen any numbers.
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Its not just Alaska Airlines crewmembers...I work for another major US airline and am in the air about 100 hrs/month, mostly west coast and Pacific Northwest in particular. These skin rashes are becoming alarmingly commonplace with pilots and flight attendants, including myself. I developed itchy, blistering patches on my arms and torso about 8 months ago. I saw a dermatologist when they started to get so bad that passengers started asking me about the "burns" on my arms. The doc called it an allergic reaction, so I changed everything from my laundry detergent, lotion, soap; basically anything that came in contact with those areas of my skin, but still have the problem.

One day I was rubbing prescription cortisone cream on my arm and a crewmate asked what that was because she was having the same problem. Then our captain said he was just diagnosed with dermatitis with the same itchy, weeping patches on his arms and neck. As it turns out, a lot of flight attendants have it and hide it so we don't get yanked from our trips for having "unsightly injuries," as the airline refers to it.
 Quoting: no one 35


I'm a US military pilot...about a year ago I was sent to several different areas in Japan and purchased my own radiation detector and took measurements along the way to satisfy my own curiosity. This situation is a lot worse than they are admitting- from day one- which is why they're working so hard to keep it out of the news.

The Pacific Northwest, Alaska and Northern Japan all have significant amounts of radiation and it has been increasing with every day that goes by.

Here's my thread I wrote about it...a whopping 7 replies.
Thread: Going to Japan this weekend, ask me a question

OK, everyone. I just reached my final destination a few days ago and here are my findings. Not as extreme as I was expecting, but I did manage to glean some interesting info:

Washington state/surface level/14MAY: 0.6 R/hr
Washington state/24,000 feet /14MAY: 0.3 R/hr
Anchorage, AK/ surface level/14MAY: 0.3 R/hr
100mi S of Kuril Islands,Russia/15MAY:4.0 R/hr
Misawa, Japan/ surface level/15MAY: 0.3 R/hr
90mi E of Sendai/24,000 feet /16MAY: 0.4 R/hr

Summary: The radiation was 50 times less what I expected to experience when flying 90 miles east of Fukushima. The fallout cloud is most intense to the Northwest of Japan about 500 miles off the coast and gave readings 10 times higher than anywhere else I observed. Shockingly, the radiation on the ground on the United States west coast is twice that of Misawa, Japan which is only 200 miles north of Fukushima.

I took photographs of my CDV measurements and also collected pretty sweet aerial imagery of 2 of Japan's undamaged nuclear reactors on the West coast. I will post upon request if there is interest.
 Quoting: millenniumjackal

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Did you happen to fly over the Bristol Bay area in SW Alaska? Right at the head of the Aleutians? I was there at the time, moved away a few months ago but people there have been having health problems. I'm near Anchorage now and it's probably not as bad as SW but this is the first time I've seen any numbers.
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My flight path took me near Bristol Bay, yes. Not the most direct route, but it avoids Russian airspace on the other side.
You only hear about SpecOps when they go wrong.
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This is all BULLSHIT!!!!!
Life is going on normally in Japan!
I'm going on vacation to Tokyo in June and I'm going to drink tap water, eat vegetables from north Japan and swim in beaches near Tokyo.
It's far less dangerous than walking in brazillian streets!!stoner
Even if you have absolutelly nothing to do, there are much more important things to worry about, so move along and stop talking bullshit based on sensacionalist articles written by stupid "scientists".
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This is all BULLSHIT!!!!!
Life is going on normally in Japan!
I'm going on vacation to Tokyo in June and I'm going to drink tap water, eat vegetables from north Japan and swim in beaches near Tokyo.
It's far less dangerous than walking in brazillian streets!!stoner
Even if you have absolutelly nothing to do, there are much more important things to worry about, so move along and stop talking bullshit based on sensacionalist articles written by stupid "scientists".
angryface
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lol. so you think that this nuclear disaster has had NO impact on the air, water and soil? really? i mean, i am not a nuclear scientist, but all logic tells me that a major nuclear catastrophe is going to have major implications. unless of course we were all lied to in general science about what radiation is, does, and its effects..

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