(05-04-2014, 11:28 PM)JayRodney Wrote: A number of independent researchers have demonstrated that long-term, relatively low levels of radiation may wreak up to 1000 times more biological havoc than the currently accepted “risk levels” that are being used as reference points for decisions about licensing and operating nuclear plants.
In 1972, a researcher in Canada, Dr. Abram Petkau, found that when cells were irradiated slowly, a smaller total dose was needed to cause damage. Since this critical discovery it has been verified that a small dose of radiation over a long time is more damaging than one larger dose. Imagine the ramifications! This means that the small amounts of radiation that are released from the everyday operation of the world’s 400 nuclear plants are doing much more damage than calculated.
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Dr. Emanuel Revici was invited by the US Navy to come to work for them in 1947 based on his advanced worked in healing radiation sickness and injury.
Although he declined, he continued to examine the effects of radiation. In 1950 he was invited to give a lecture in London regarding his findings.
Dr. Revici discovered that radiation changes the atomic structure (shape) of fatty acids that are situated on the cell wall in such a way that it blocks oxygen from being transported inside the cell.
A normal fatty acid actively transports the oxygen into the cell. But the altered shape makes the transport impossible.
So the cell turns rancid.
You body might be able to fight off a few cells turning rancid, but the radiation keeps 'dinging' those fatty acids with its high energy and rancidity starts.
Have you ever seen a piece of meat that goes rancid stop being rancid? No, of course not. The rancidity spreads.
The same thing can happen to us if we have any radioactivity stored inside us from x-rays, CT scans, PET scans or radioactive fallout from a nuclear power plant.
One particle can keep dinging the fatty acids in our cells.
Revici devised a complex calculation he called the oxalic index. A healthy person should have an index of -0-.
People with cancer often have an index of 2 to 4.
When a person's index gets up to somewhere between 14 and 17, they die.
Pray for me.