The advance of steam as aided by the 1934 fission patents

Even as late as the day before, the designers said it was impossible. As they had done since 1945.

Mass Production : the industrial concept which uses systemic and well thought out processes to produce a repeatable, reliable, identical industrial output or product, such as a model T Ford or multiple exploding nuclear reactors from an identified set of circumstances, actions, designs and authorised actions coordinated from the highest corporate and governmental decisions, orders and actions.

history records the great moments of mass production as including the Ford motor company, the V1 and V2 rocket factories which survived against opposition, the Manhattan Project and its more modern child, the Japanese nuclear industry, which used techniques to over come local opposition perfected in the days of Project Paperclip, in which the USA imported German rocket scientists to guide its post war military machine. In japan , the USA used excused war criminals to run newspapers and other media in order to convince the people that a US sponsored nuclear program, which surrounded the nation with plutonium producing reactors, was good for Japan, while admitting in secret Congressional papers that the plan was a strategic must for the USA if the Communist nuclear production rate was to be met.

In March 2011 when 3 reactors blew up and melted down, the japanese people were not told for hours of the inevitable and then directed into the path of the fallout clouds. The people were told it was safe to eat plutonium and cesium and iodine, and the full list of fission products has never been released. When plutonium was detected kms from the reactors, the bomb test era was first blamed, before independent academics, those least used to promotion and tenure in Japan, confirmed the plutonium isotopic signature to be that not of bomb pu but reactor Pu. Still, politicians went on TV eating strawberries to proves that all was well, in the same way military leaders in USA and Australia had decades earlier done similar things while silencing farmers with the official secrets act and bankruptcy if news of iodine contaminated sheep meat and cows milks ever got to the public. As it did after some decades.

Still, we are told, unless we get used to more of the same, and unless we ignore all options, more Fukushimas, about one every 30 years is the only way to stop ocean level rise from drowning civilisation as we know it.

For well over a year now, the world has not been as we have known it. japan refuses to monitor its plutonium fallout and Western Allies refuse to express any concern over either local or global fallout.

We have gone a long way back into the dark ages of pre 1962 courtesy of the immense arrogance and ignorance of university and government systems put in place to bully those who think honestly and openly and express these thoughts. And this is not some concoction in a loopy blog, but merely a summary of some of the more accurate press and public reports various members of the Japanese establishment have acknowledged as they resigned in disgust from their political parties. oh, yea, the world nuclear industry is the most polite in the world and would be horrified at such unwashed language being freely expressed in public, when all the muclear laureates know and tell that uranium, when kept in little plastic bags and passed around public meetings in Adelaide, captial of the great southern uranium mine, is perfectly safe. The uranium prices fell anyway, and there are not enough little plastic bags in this quadrant of the cosmos to save the reputation of the Ministers down here who claimed, before the disaster had even finished spewing zirconcium from three cores, that noone would be harmed.

What demonstrable, dense, obtuse crap given the current travails of an entire population and entire rural industries in Japan.

Who would believe a Minister of the Crown in South Australia too big a risk as a hoon to hold a driver’s license?

We of course are supposed to forget these things, but the experience of the 1950s to the 2000s have taught us otherwise. History is important, and while politicians hold the power, it is no their own, merely delegated. A politician going against the people is the ultimate desperado and should be rounded out asap.

hgow can a set of fission patents dating from 1934 be still considered to the high point of energy science? Because that is where the lucre is.

In March 2011 Adelaide University claimed Fukushima would be all fixed and back on line in 6 months. And that people claiming otherwise were ignorant fear merchants with an agenda against the state economy and world industry.

Today it is admitted that Fukushima will remain a smoking ruin which will have to wait nearly half century before it can be taken to bits and shipped back to the people who designed it. Though some in Australian academe say the bits should come here. We have a big desert, and the Indigenous outbackers and wives and kids of cattle ranchers need high tech jobs. like guarding shattered bits of Mk 1 GE reactors and their rotten cores which, experts were told decades ago, should never have been built on a planet of solid granite, let alone in a real country, especially one known for it large ocean disasters and huge geologic upheavals. No worries, the vaunted Emergency Core Cooling System inherent in these devices would save the world. We were told by the US Congress and the nuclear experts. Only did it come out in 2012 that the ‘saviour period” was a designed in countdown to disaster known in the design papers to consist of a period of 8 hours. Brave actions of workers at site extended this to between 20 and 70 hours, then all hell let loose, with evacuations undergoing under the most Three Stooges like organisation – sending contaminated milk to babies and nuclear evacuees directly under the clouds. Shades of Nevada and Mable Creek in the 1950s.

And for the most part my local media is mute. Happily the Japanese English editions are easy to get. it’s not August 1945 anymore Mr Premier. I am sad for the uranium workers, who took loans out to build house in the uranium desert now that the expansion deal is off. But we have been lied to about this since the 1970s when the Port Pirie Council, against the will of the people, built a road to nowhere to dump uranium tailings at the end of.

Surely even nuclear engineers can learn that the further you move radioactive crap from someplace, the closer you have to move it to somewhere else. So, the question becomes, who’s back yard is more important – the company executives here and overseas or ordinary people who expect a patent earlier than the 1930s to be considered to be the high point of energy science.

or am i just a hopeless, ignorant optimist? how many little plastic bags do the farmers in Fukushima need Barry? Are you helping calibrate the thousands of dosimeters japanese school kids have to wear to school each day or would you not have the foggiest idea of how to that ? i get called a panic merchant, but in Oct 1973 my unit was getting ready just in case the Middle East did go nuclear nuts. just as happened in japan in March 2011. Difference was, we weren’t being drilled to tell the people that Russian nuke dust was not ‘like a vitamin’ and nothing to be afraid of, as the paid hacks here are doing now in relation to the Japanese fallout.

The US funding bodies who train these non doctors up must think we all have the memories of goldfish. no, we don’t.

More truth from the ABC Adelaide University nuclear salesmen consider panic mongering:

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-06-25/fukushima-radiation-kills-fishing-industry/4091320

At the time of March 2011, the Japanese government, no doubt following orders, forbade Greenpeace from monitoring the local sea food.

maybe take up selling fish from SA in Tokyo Barry. You’ll have better than than trying to convince people cesium is a vitamin. (and you won’t get in the shit for breaching international safety guidelines on the sale and consumption of cesium, stable or radioactive. Its a heart hazard.

On the Safety of stable cesium:

‘THE SAFETY OF CESIUM CHLORIDE FOOD SUPPLEMENTS

Jul 19, 2011 | By Louise Lyon
Cesium chloride pills are promoted as an alternative treatment for cancer but there is little evidence that they do any good. Cesium chloride is a stable, nonradioactive form of the element cesium. Radioactive cesium is sometimes used in radiation therapy for cancer. Cesium chloride supplements have been linked to reports of serious heart problems and other side effects. Do not take cesium chloride without talking to your doctor first.
LIMITED SAFETY INFORMATION
The health risks of taking cesium chloride, especially over a prolonged period, have not been fully studied and understood, according to the American Cancer Society. There have been few clinical trials so most of the safety data comes from individuals reporting a problem after taking the supplement or from animal studies. For this reason, there is no way to know what a safe dose of cesium chloride is or the full extent of the risks or benefits of taking cesium chloride supplements.
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http://www.livestrong.com/article/496095-the-safety-of-cesium-chloride-food-supplements/#ixzz2BBqoIeUS

THE SAFETY OF CESIUM CHLORIDE FOOD SUPPLEMENTS
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Jul 19, 2011 | By Louise Lyon
Cesium chloride pills are promoted as an alternative treatment for cancer but there is little evidence that they do any good. Cesium chloride is a stable, nonradioactive form of the element cesium. Radioactive cesium is sometimes used in radiation therapy for cancer. Cesium chloride supplements have been linked to reports of serious heart problems and other side effects. Do not take cesium chloride without talking to your doctor first.
LIMITED SAFETY INFORMATION
The health risks of taking cesium chloride, especially over a prolonged period, have not been fully studied and understood, according to the American Cancer Society. There have been few clinical trials so most of the safety data comes from individuals reporting a problem after taking the supplement or from animal studies. For this reason, there is no way to know what a safe dose of cesium chloride is or the full extent of the risks or benefits of taking cesium chloride supplements.

Heart Problems
There have been a number of reports of people experiencing irregular heartbeat after taking cesium chloride supplements. In September 2009, after three such cases, the Canadian government warned Canadian consumers against taking cesium chloride because of the risk of potentially life-threatening heart arrhythmias. Patients who experience irregular heartbeat or a decrease in consciousness after taking cesium chloride should seek emergency medical treatment. There may also be a risk of heart attack associated with cesium chloride supplements.
Side Effects
Some other potential side effects of cesium chloride are seizures, loss of consciousness and electrolyte imbalances, which is a potentially dangerous condition in which the body’s chemistry is disrupted. Consuming large amounts of cesium chloride may also cause decreased appetite, nausea and diarrhea. Some researchers have reported that their laboratory mice died after taking large doses of cesium chloride, according to a 2004 report on cesium toxicity by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. In a voluntary case study in which a man took cesium chloride daily for 36 days, cesium chloride appeared to cause significant neurological effects. These included tingling in the lips, hands and feet, increased sense perception, and a general feeling of well-being. These effects began about 15 minutes after ingesting cesium chloride.
Warnings
If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, avoid taking cesium chloride as animal studies suggest there may be risks to taking it, according to the American Cancer Society. There is also a risk in depending on this unproven treatment instead of more proven approaches to treating cancer.

References
American Cancer Society: Cesium Chloride
Health Canada; Health Canada Warns Canadians of Cardiac Risks Associated With Cesium Chloride; September 2009
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry; Toxicological Profile for Cesium; April 2004
Article reviewed by Sharon Last updated on: Jul 19, 2011

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This information is discussing natural stable cesium. however, as demonstrated by E.O. Lawrence’s Berkeley Radiation laboratory in 1941, there is no evidence the biochemistry of a stable element is different from that of its radioactive isotopes (apart from the radiation) (Pecher, Erf and Lawrence, Proc. Exp. Biology and Medicine, 1942.).

So, if governments around the world rightly warn against the consumption of stable cesium, by whose authority does the institutes of higher learning insist its ok to eat the radioactive form?

Vested interest rather than medical facts perhaps? (just guessing, after all J Gov and their assembled salaried salesmen around the world might be right. Doubt it though. Convince me Pam.)

oh Pam, get up to speed on this will ya? Ta.

http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ahc-asc/media/advisories-avis/_2009/2009_153-eng.php?utm_source=REFERENCES_R7&LS-2659

quote Canada Health:

Health Canada Warns Canadians of Cardiac Risks Associated with Cesium Chloride

Warning
2009-153
September 10, 2009
For immediate release

OTTAWA – Health Canada is warning Canadians that the use of stable cesium compounds (non-radioactive form of cesium salts, primarily cesium chloride) may pose the risk of life-threatening heart problems. Cesium, primarily in the form of cesium chloride, is promoted on the Internet to prevent various forms of cancer and as a self-administered cancer treatment.

While use of radioactive cesium in radiation treatment for cancer is authorized in Canada, Health Canada has not authorized any health products containing stable cesium compounds for oral or intravenous use, including cesium chloride. However, numerous Internet sites promote the oral use of cesium chloride as an alternative to chemotherapy. In addition to the risk of life-threatening heart problems, there is inadequate evidence to support claims of benefits with this type of treatment. The decision to self-administer cesium chloride as a treatment for cancer may also delay the start of authorized therapies that have been proven effective.

Health Canada is aware of three cases of serious cardiac arrhythmias (irregular heart beat) in Canadian consumers who took oral cesium chloride. These patients also experienced decreased or loss of consciousness. In some published foreign cases, arrhythmia following cesium chloride use has led to cardiac arrest, a condition that can be fatal. Some of these cases involved intravenous use of cesium.

Health Canada advises against any use of unauthorized oral or intravenous stable cesium compound. Users who experience adverse events, including irregular heart beat or decreased consciousness, should consult a health care practitioner immediately. Canadians should discuss the use of any health product for the prevention or treatment of cancer with their health care practitioner prior to starting its use.

Health Canada is taking action on unauthorized cesium-containing products sold on the Canadian market. All health products authorized for sale in Canada bear an eight-digit Drug Identification Number (DIN), a Natural Product Number (NPN) or a Homeopathic Drug Number (DIN-HM). This authorization indicates that the product has been assessed by Health Canada for safety, effectiveness and quality.

Consumers requiring more information about this advisory can contact Health Canada’s public enquiries line at (613) 957-2991, or toll free at 1-866-225-0709.

Complaints involving products containing cesium chloride may be reported to the Health Products and Food Branch Inspectorate by calling the toll-free hotline at 1-800-267-9675, or by writing to:

Health Products and Food Branch Inspectorate
Health Canada
Address Locator: 2003C
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0K9

You can also contact a Health Products and Food Branch Inspectorate Regional Operational Centre.

Consumers and health care practitioners are encouraged to report any adverse reactions associated with the use of cesium chloride or other health products to the Canada Vigilance Program by one of the following three ways:

Report online at the MedEffect™ Canada section of the Health Canada website
Call toll-free at 1-866-234-2345
Complete a Canada Vigilance Reporting Form and either:
Fax toll-free to 1-866-678-6789
Mail to: Canada Vigilance Program
Health Canada
AL 0701C
Ottawa, ON K1A 0K9
To have postage pre-paid, download the postage paid label from the MedEffect™ Canada section of the Health Canada website. The Canada Vigilance Reporting Form and the adverse reaction reporting guidelines may also be obtained via this section.

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Media Enquiries:
Health Canada
(613) 957-2983

Public Enquiries:
(613) 957-2991
1-866 225-0709

end quote. of course, if you are paid by the nukers, i guess you can say what you like.

What holds true for the stable element holds true for the radioactive isotopic forms. The Biochemistry is the same. the radiology is different. Which certainly makes reactor made cesium far more dangerous than the stable element. (An element – a substance with a given number of protons. An isotope of that element- a form with a different number of neutrons than the stable element. in brief. An elements electrons – which are the same in number among the elemental isotopes, unless irradiated) determine the biochemistry of the element and its isotopes. So strontium goes to bone, fetus and breast, as well as nerves, while cesium goes to the soft tissue and heart and wherever a need for potassium (its biochemical analogue) determines. Cesium adds to the potassium load. The potassium load in all life is at equilibrium dose. Cesium, not being a nutrient needed for life, is not. A tiny fraction of all potassium is radioactive k40, a weakly radioactive substance which accounts for less than 1 percent of all potassium. On the other hand, 100% of reactor cesium is radioactive and is no way justified by the existence of bananas, as nuclear experts would like you to believe. Too much potassium is also bad for the heart.

ok Pam and the other US DOE agents resident at universities in Adelaide, let me have your view, both barrels. This’ll be funny.

Question: as stable cesium is a banned toxin in terms of diet, how come there is a supposed safe limit for Cesium 137 and Cesium 134 in meat, fish and mother’s milk? Why do you consider it beneficial like, to quote you, ‘like a vitamin’ ? or is that just paid crap scripted from Los Alamos? You are the one with the uni quals after all. i just got trained at RAEME in 1971. But who makes more sense of the actual original documents? let the reader decide. That jibe about Australians forgetting the Union Carbide disaster in India was a low act. Who could forget that company’s actions and the horrors in India. Or is role as a US AEC agent for the false theory of radiation hormesis which grew out of Union Carbide’s contracted role in the Manhattan Project and the Anti- Tamplin and Gofman project it authored for the AEC in about 1974. Ten years out.

It is my opinion that some doctors should be reported to the AMA for putting their interest in promoting uranium sales ahead of their medical obligations to enable open access to fully informed and consented medicine. make your minds up what you want to do. Work for Toro Energy or do medicine. Their head geologist is a pretty good hormesis quake anyway. She’s allowed to be. She aint a doctor. Though she quotes unnamed sources.

Brucer and his ‘children’. That lie was disproved in the radium trials of the 1920s and 30s.

The Fukushima trials, if ever permitted to be held, will be equally enlightening and tragic.


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