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Surviving Chernobyl: Engineer recalls the terrifying ordeal he endured to help contain the nuclear disaster of 1986

Surviving Chernobyl Engineer recalls the terrifying ordeal he endured to help contain the nuclear disaster of 1986

Anatoli Gubariev was an engineer in one of the fire departments sent to put out the fires raging in the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. He was born in 1960, making him just 26 at the time of the disaster. He had served in the Soviet Army for two years before getting a job at a Kharkov machine-tool factory where he was earning a qualification in metal cutting from Kharkov Polytechnic. Read More »

Why Mammography Screening is being Abolished in Switzerland

Why Mammography Screening is being Abolished in Switzerland

Whether brеаѕt саnсеr screening does more harm thаn gооd has been debated еxtеnѕivеlу. Eаrliеr thiѕ уеаr thе Swiѕѕ Mеdiсаl Bоаrd published a rероrt rесоmmеnding that nо nеw ѕуѕtеmаtiс mаmmоgrарhу ѕсrееning programs bе intrоduсеd. Hеrе is hоw аnd why they came tо thiѕ conclusion. Read More »

Cell Phone Radiation Damages Male Fertility: New Study

Cell Phone Radiation Damages Male Fertility New Study

Mеn who kеер a mоbilе рhоnе in their trouser росkеt could be inаdvеrtеntlу dаmаging thеir chances оf becoming a father, ассоrding tо a nеw study lеd by thе University оf Exeter. Prеviоuѕ rеѕеаrсh has ѕuggеѕtеd thаt Rаdiо-frеԛuеnсу electromagnetic rаdiаtiоn (RF-EMR) еmittеd bу thе dеviсеѕ саn hаvе a dеtrimеntаl effect on mаlе fertility. Most of the glоbаl аdult рорulаtiоn оwn mоbilе phones, and around 14% of соuрlеѕ in high and middle inсоmе соuntriеѕ hаvе diffiсultу conceiving. Read More »

Video: West Coast Covered In Massive 3/11 Radiation

West Coast Covered In Massive 3 11 Radiation

Asked why the government officials only expanded the evacuation zones in increments, [Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Tetsuro Fukuyama] told committee members that it was feared that major traffic jams could ensue [...] Asked why the officials did not issue an evacuation order for people living in a radius of 20 km to 30 km from the plant, Fukuyama suggested they instead were ordered to remain indoors as an emergency response, because it was estimated that it could take four to five days to evacuate all the 140,000 residents Read More »

Vitamin E could protect you from radiation

Vitamin E could protect you from radiation

Worried about the potential risks of radiation exposure? A member of the vitamin E family found in palm oil might prove to be the solution to this problem.  WE are all radioactive. According to the World Nuclear Association (WNA), an average adult weighing about 70kg undergoes 4,550 nuclear disintegrations per second due to the natural radioactive elements within our own ... Read More »

More Than 30 Percent of Breast Cancer Cases Are Misdiagnosed Due To Mammography, Causing Unnecessary Treatment

More Than 30 Percent of Breast Cancer Cases Are Misdiagnosed Due To Mammography, Causing Unnecessary Treatment

Mammography is one of the biggest diagnostic scams used by the cancer industry to recruit patients out of thin air. Routine mammograms cause unnecessary procedures, especially toxic chemotherapy and over-treatment, ultimately accelerating death. Moreover, screening has had no impact on breast cancer deaths among women leading more health experts to question why this invasive diagnostic tool is used at all. Read More »

US Nuclear Waste Dirty-Bombs New Mexico With Plutonium

US Nuclear Waste Dirty-Bombs New Mexico With Plutonium

t was Valentine’s Day when the nation’s only radioactive nuclear waste facility first released radioactive particles including Plutonium and Americium into the atmosphere of New Mexico and beyond, including into Texas, Oklahoma, and Mexico. Earlier that same day, the New Mexico Environment Department opened the public comment period on an application to modify and expand that nuclear waste facility, which the department said it planned to allow. Read More »

Q&A: Gerd Ludwig’s Long Look at the Chernobyl Disaster

Q&A Gerd Ludwig’s Long Look at the Chernobyl Disaster

“Deep inside, at a dark hallway, we stopped in front of a heavy metal door. The engineer indicated I had only a brief moment to shoot. It took him a long minute to open the jammed door. The adrenaline surge was extraordinary. The room was absolutely dark, lit only by our headlamps. Wires were obstructing my view. At the far end of the room I could make out a clock. I was only able to fire off a few frames and wanted to wait for my flash to recharge. But he already pulled me out. I checked my pictures. Out of focus! I begged him to allow me in one more time. He gave me a few more seconds to frame the clock showing 1:23:58 AM—the time when on 26 April, 1986 in the building that housed Energy Block # 4, time stood forever still.” —Gerd Ludwig on photographing inside reactor #4, where an explosion caused a catastrophic nuclear meltdown. Ludwig describes this as one of the most challenging situations he has ever photographed. Read More »

Do Antiperspirants Cause Breast Cancer?

Do Antiperspirants Cause Breast Cancer

Breast cancer and cyst formation are at epidemic proportions. At what point can we say, conclusively, that aluminum in antiperspirants is causal? The evidence grows stronger and stronger, largely due to the labors of one dedicated scientist, but she states that absolute proof does not yet exist. So, how much proof do you require before deciding it’s better to be safe than sorry? Read More »

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