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Re: [hreg] Radioactivity in Food & Water Supply

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  • Bashir Syed
    U.S., Russia, France, China, India and Pakistan have conducted open-air tests of their nukes in the past. The mushroom clouds which have now become houshold
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      U.S., Russia, France, China, India and Pakistan have conducted open-air tests of their nukes in the past. The mushroom clouds which have now become houshold words (thanks to Cheney, Powell, Condoleeza Rice, Rumsfeld and Bush) to scare the public, which did take place about which plenty of information is posted on the web. One particular incident which ocurred in New York State relates to a Pupblic Water Resrvoir near Renneselear Polytechnic Institite in Troy, New York, where scientists observed unususally high radioactivity found in the water in this resevoir contaminated by fallout from such tests. The early warning was sounded by Prof. Barry Commoner (then at Washington University, St. Louis, MO during late fifties) about the effect of Strontium 90 accumulated in the baby-teeth coming from cows milk grazing in open fields, which was supposed to diminish in time. The recent studies reveal shocking results, like those at Chernobyl to indicate higher level of radiation after several years. Here are some good references on this subject is:
      1. "SECRET FALLOUT: Low-Level Radiation from Hiroshima to Three-Mile Island, by Enrnest Sternglass, (introduction by George Wald, Nobel Laureate in Physiology and Medicine)McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1972 and 1981.  
      2. "Depleted Uranium- Metal of Dishonor: How the Pentagon RADIATES soldiers and civilians with DU Weapons," 2nd Edition  by Ramsey Clark et al., International Action Center, New York 1999. This book provides startling evidence which was presented at "Depleted Uranium Sumposium held in Baghdad, Iraq, in December 1998.
      3.  "Plutonium Files," by Eileen Welsome, Dial Press, Random House, New York 1999. This book describes some unheard of things on pp. 253-263, about troops kept ignorant inhalation hazards of radioactive dust caused by detonation of such devices, resulting in the debris and dust. How U.S. scientists injected Plutonium and Uranium in Patientsd without their explicit permiossioon and knowledge about the hazards of radio-activity from these elements. This was trhe result of declassification of War-time records from Los Alamos Laboratory, carried out by Hazel O'Leary, Secretary of Energy during Clinton administration.
      Isn't this worse rthan a hypothetical suitcase bomb, about which the adminbistration has left no stone unturned to scare the public, involving Sen. Kay Baily Hutuchison, who appeared in one of the Hollywood flick dramatizing such a hypothetical ocurrence and many books and magazine articles have been published for continued funding  for those (or their job security) claiming to make us safe.
      Even asking about such instruments for checking any radioactivity these days can automatically arise suspicions. Thus the wisest thing is to contact State Radiation Safety (falls under EPA) or some university folks (e.g. Prairie View A&M, NASA Center for Applied Radiation Research).
      Bashir A. Syed
      former Member Radiation Safety Committee, at NASA/JSC.
      Member APS, IEEE (NSRE & NPPS), UCS, ASES, ISES & New York Acdemy of Sciences.
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      Sent: Monday, August 27, 2007 10:20 AM
      Subject: RE: [hreg] Radioactivity in Food & Water Supply

      I think this kind of conspiracist thinking is irrelevant to the topic of renewable energy.  In any case, this will be far more likely to occur at the hands of terrorists than at the hands of the "elite". 

      From: hreg@yahoogroups. com [mailto:hreg@ yahoogroups. com] On Behalf Of Solar Energy
      Sent: Monday, August 27, 2007 9:46 AM
      To: hreg@yahoogroups. com
      Subject: [hreg] Radioactivity in Food & Water Supply

      Are there inexpensive testers on the market one could purchase to measure the amount of radiactivity in food & water supplies?  I recall reading an article some 35 or 40 years ago about finding ways how to reduce world population on earth.  Of course, the "elites" who would come up with such an evil plan would protect themselves against such a Holocaust.  If such a device would become available and affordable then everyone should own one just like having a cellphone with you all the time.


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