Saturday, January 18, 2014

What You Can Do About Radiation From Fukushima And Elsewhere

So what can you do abut the radiation from Fukushima and elsewhere? Not much. 

Since no one earth has come up with a real solution to stop the radiation from escaping from the 3 melting down reactors in Fukushima Japan, I offer the following advice.

Give to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

I offer this as our best solution to the problem of man made radioactive contamination from Fukushima, Chernobyl and the more than 2,000 nuclear detonations that were done on purpose throughout the cold war.

Now I'm no expert but there doesn't seem to be anyone on the planet these days that knows how to stop 3 runaway melting reactors from continuing to melt down and spew their carcinogenic poison all over the world. If there is, please go to Japan and tell them how to stop it. I say there is no one that can do it. So since we can't stop it, we should prepare for it.

While many would say that the best way to prepare is to do nothing since it's not going to kill us right away. This stuff builds up over time and accumulates in the bones and tissue of our bodies. It also builds up in our food supply in the animals and plants we eat. Since we have to eat and can't escape the poison because this is currently the only planet we have that sustains human life, we must prepare.

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has been finding ways to beat cancers for over 50 years. They have some of the brightest doctors on the planet studying the various ways that cancers work to attack the human body. When they find a solution or treatment for a particular ailment or cancer, they publish it and share it with the world for free.

Their research is unique in that it isn't funded by the pharmaceutical companies or the government. Their research doesn't just stop because one branch of congress can't agree with another branch and pass a budget. Their experiments and research are completely independent of  such hazards and  keep on going until a conclusion is made.

Since all of this man made radiation is being scattered all over the earth, the rates of cancers will start to climb because that is a known side effect of radiation.

This is not an official plea from St. Jude. I don't work for them. I do work for a group of radio stations that raise money for the hospital and their life saving research. This is also not an official announcement from where I work. This is just me sharing what I feel is the obvious. Every year we set aside the better part of two days for live radiothon broadcasts.  Last year and the year before, we raised over 100-thousand dollars for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

This is coming up again in March sometime. I'll post something about it here on the blog as I always do to let you know if you want to donate during that time. If you live out of our listening area you can try the radio streams or just go to St. Jude yourself and make a donation.

One thing about donating to St. Jude, while they like the individual donation of a set amount however large or small, their favorite way to get donations is through incremental credit card donations of about 25-dollars a month for a year. This allows the research teams to better determine how long the funding for each year will last. Either way, a donation to this organization will go a long way in helping people's lives as we deal with this brave new world. 

If anyone else has any positive suggestions or ideas of a  course we might take to make things better regarding this situation, please feel free to share them with all of us in the comments section. 


3 comments:

  1. This is a creative approach. At least giving to St. Jude would be positive move in the right direction. I've been on the "Fukishima" Railroad for a couple of weeks now. It all started with looking into the media blackout on the recent explosions. I thought it was pretty weird that the only story was on www.examiner.com, in the "paranormal" section. So that's how it is now? If it's big, then it's one for the "Tin-Foil-Hat" club? I don't believe the authorities would keep us informed if it's harmful and they can do nothing about it.

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  2. Highly radioactive Japanese food exports on your dinner plate?

    Highly likely, and its all legal, thanks to the FDA:
    http://www.vitapect.org/blogs/news/11692501-radioactive-japanese-seafood-for-export

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