Radiation. Only The Rich Can Afford Iodine Therapy. $1000 A Month.

Hi Tap, I am not back yet to Blogging Articles yet, as I still have to get through the maintenance list on my house, which is quite large, &  weather conditions are not that good, but I have still been doing site scanning. I have been appalled at some of the stuff they are throwing at people, who are all too willing to believe it, because an EXPERT HAS STATED IT c.f. GLOBAL WARMING. 


THIS ‘MASSAGED’ INFORMATION IS NO DOUBT TRYING TO CON PEOPLE INTO A  LA-LA LAND, TRUTH?  BUT LUCKILY  MANY TOP SCIENTISTS WON’T BE SWAYED, & ARE STICKING TO THEIR GUNS, ON THIS ASPECT OF PUBLIC SAFETY.


Take this Article on Extremely Low Radiation



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Does the body adapt naturally to protect itself from radiation exposure? And if so can we calculate in this protective adaptability and relax about radiation exposures? Dr. Garry F. Gordon, who is considered the “father of chelation therapy,” thinks so – BUT OTHERS DON’T.
You would need to spend $1,000 / month for Iodine supplements as you will see if you read the article.

Claudia French, RN (retired), the assistant director of the IMVA, wrote to me saying, “I was simply taken aback with shock when I saw this from the man who, above all else, warns us that toxicities are our daily companions and that we must constantly chelate to prevent the harm coming from these! Not to be worried about radiation from Fukushima due to hormesis (our bodies adapting to and automatically up regulating production of life-saving antioxidants) seemed in total opposition to what he has preached about lead and mercury… feeling that these heavy metals are harder to fight against than radiation?”

Claudia said, “He’s 77 years old now, and maybe if someone has been following his personal protocol for many years they might be more immune to the radiation than normal people, just like those of us who are up to par on iodine in our bodies won’t be so affected by I-131 radiation… but he seems to totally dismiss the common folk… in this recent email.” His protocol of supplementation reportedly costs about $1,000 a month. Few can afford that!


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It is the inability to see the effects of chronic, 
low-level toxicities on human health that has been, 
and remains, our greatest failing as intelligent beings.
Dr. Boyd Haley

The medical profession as well as the public must wake up to what Dr. Haley said many years ago. His warning to the world’s scientists and doctors has mostly gone unnoticed, meaning we are left with a government, medical officials and doctors who have no idea of the real dangers all of humanity is facing as an entire nuclear plant with six reactors is abandoned (too hot to enter) and goes dangerously out of control.

In July of 2005 the National Academy of Sciences came to the conclusion that the preponderance of scientific evidence shows that even very low doses of radiation pose a risk of cancer or other health problems and there is no threshold below which exposure can be viewed as harmless.[1] Many scientists generally assumed that low levels of radiation are harmless since they produced no immediately observable effects.

It was Dr. John Gofman[3] who promoted a linear no-threshold model for the dangers of radiation, suggesting that even small doses over time could prove harmful. His 1981 book, Radiation and Human Health, expounded on this and gave prediction tables for how much average life expectancy might be affected by radiation. He was professor emeritus of molecular and cell biology at UC Berkeley, he worked on the Manhattan Project on uranium effects, and he established the Biomedical Research Division for the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.[4] His 1990 book says that “by any reasonable standard of biomedical proof” there is no threshold level (no harmless dose) of ionizing radiation with respect to radiation mutagenesis and carcinogenesis—a conclusion supported in 1995 by a government-funded radiation committee. His 1995/96 book provides evidence that medical radiation is a co-actor in about 75% of the recent and current breast cancer incidences. _ _ _ _ 


Dr. Gordon we do not need anyone to go around being a mouthpiece for this insanity. To basic science, all radiation is dangerous and life-threatening though of course we do need the sun’s radiation and even the background radiation from the universe to support healthy life down here on earth. But according to modern medicine and the United States government there is nothing to worry about—radiation and heavy metals both are as safe as mother’s milk and that’s why dentists feel free to put mercury in people’s mouths and pediatricians feel it’s okay to inject mercury via vaccines directly into babies’ bloodstreams. _ _ _ _

Exposure to radiation causes a cascade of free radicals that wreak havoc on the body. Radiation also decimates the body’s supply of glutathione, which allows free radicals to run rampant through our body’s tissues and organs. Though there might be some kind of hormesis effect with an uptick of glutathione body defenses, it is vital to understand that glutathione levels cannot be sustained without all the precursors being supplied—namely selenium, magnesium and sulfur.

The International Commission on Radiation Protection [ICRP]
exists in practice largely to play down the effects of radiation 
on human health, and to shield the nuclear industry 
from compensation claims from the public.

        

I could send you some appalling images of birth defects caused by  low level radiation, but remember there are vested interests involved here, in an Industry that makes BILLIONS of

       $/£ or what ever currency is operative, which leaves much food for thought, don’t you think?


Dr. Gordon we do not need anyone to go around being a mouthpiece for this insanity. To basic science, all radiation is dangerous and life-threatening though of course we do need the sun’s radiation and even the background radiation from the universe to support healthy life down here on earth. But according to modern medicine and the United States government there is nothing to worry about—radiation and heavy metals both are as safe as mother’s milk and that’s why dentists feel free to put mercury in people’s mouths and pediatricians feel it’s okay to inject mercury via vaccines directly into babies’ bloodstreams. _ _ _ _


I THINK WE CAN ASSUME THAT LESS IS GOOD, BUT NONE AT ALL IS EVEN BETTER, WHEN CONSIDERING EXPOSURE TO RADIATION.

COMMON SENSE WOULD SUGGEST THIS, BUT AS “Voltaire” ONCE SAID :-

“COMMON SENSE IS NOT THAT COMMON”


REGARDS  ……………  WASP

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