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Nuclear Transformation of the WHO

Food for thought, re Fukushima: From Mikkai, on the blog by Jan Hemmer:

“In the report which it submitted to the WHO in 1958, the study group on the mental health issues raised by the use of atomic energy stated that the most satisfactory solution for the future peaceful use of atomic energy would be for a new generation that had learned to accept ignorance and uncertainty as a fact of life to emerge.”

“Is the Commission not concerned at this flagrant collusion between two international institutions, with WHO reports being subjected to censure by the IAEA, which is intrinsically pro-nuclear? Continue reading

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Magnesium, and radiation protection

From Dr. Mark Sircus, on the Intel Hub:

It is in a list of medicinals that prevent and treat cancer that we find helpful substances that treat and strengthen us against radiation contamination. Image and caption from The Intel Hub

“In the years leading up to Chernobyl, some dairy farmers in Austria were using remineralization as a part of their operations. They added rock dust to liquid manure as well as combining it with compost, thereby removing odors and greatly increasing soil biota.

As a result, cows had twice the normal lifespan and produced much more milk. Amazingly enough, after Chernobyl, the cheeses that were remineralized (as well as biodynamic cheeses) measured no radioactivity whatsoever. Austrians would stand in long lines in order to buy these safe, remineralized products,” writes Joanna Campe. Continue reading

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