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111,365.  Thousands of government-sponsored experiments did take place at hospitals, universities and military bases around our nation; the goal was to understand the effects of radiation exposure on the human body.  (New World Order & Radiation)  Bill Clinton, cited Overlords of Humanity/New World Order, Youtube 1.41.38

 

 

86,268.  My experiments proved that the radiation of uranium compounds ... is an atomic property of the element of uranium.  Its intensity is proportional to the quantity of uranium contained in the compound, and depends neither on conditions of chemical combination, nor on external circumstances, such as light or temperature ...

 

The radiation of thorium has an intensity of the same order as that of uranium, and is, as in the case of uranium, an atomic property of the element.

 

It was necessary at this point to find a new term to define this new property of matter manifested by the elements of uranium and thorium.  I proposed the word radioactivity which has since become generally adopted; the radioactive elements have been called radio elements.  (Radiation & Uranium)  Marie Curie 

 

 

86,269.  The radiation of radium was contagious – contagious like a persistent scent or a disease.  It was impossible for an object, a plant, an animal or a person to be left near a tube of radium without immediately acquiring a notable activity which a sensitive apparatus could detect.  (Radiation & Radium)  Eve Curie

 

 

2,389.  Radioactivity is shown to be accompanied by chemical changes in which new types of matter are being continually produced ... The conclusion is drawn that these chemical changes must be sub-atomic in character.  (Science & Radiation & Matter & Atom & Particle)  Ernest Rutherford, Philosophical Magazine September 1902

 

 

86,271.  [From uranium] there are present at least two distinct types of radiation one that is very readily absorbed, which will be termed for convenience the α radiation, and the other of a more penetrative character, which will be termed the β radiation.  (Radiation & Uranium)  Ernest Rutherford, article Philosophical Magazine 1899, ‘Uranium Radiation and the Electrical Conduction Produced by It’

 

 

49,003.  For three times as many people died in the five-year period after the bomb fell on Hiroshima than on the day of the explosion, most of them from the effects of radiation ... Film of what really happened to the victims was suppressed.  (Nuclear & Radiation & Japan)  John Pilger, The Truth Game

 

 

99,986.  I have been filming in the Marshall Islands, which lie north of Australia, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.  Whenever I tell people where I have been, they ask, Where is that?  If I offer a clue by referring to Bikini, they say, You mean the swimsuit?

 

Few seem aware that the bikini swimsuit was named to celebrate the nuclear explosions that destroyed Bikini island.  Sixty-six nuclear devices were exploded by the United States in the Marshall Islands between 1946 and 1958 – the equivalent of 1.6 Hiroshima bombs every day for twelve years.

 

Bikini is silent today, mutated and contaminated.  Palm trees grow in a strange grid formation.  Nothing moves.  There are no birds.  The headstones in the old cemetery are alive with radiation.  My shoes registered ‘unsafe’ on a Geiger counter.  

 

Standing on the beach, I watched the emerald green of the Pacific fall away into a vast black hole.  This was the crater left by the hydrogen bomb they called Bravo.  The explosion poisoned people and their environment for hundreds of miles, perhaps forever.

 

On my return journey, I stopped at Honolulu airport and noticed an American magazine called Women’s Health.  On the cover was a smiling woman in a bikini swimsuit, and the headline: You, too, can have a bikini body.  A few days earlier, in the Marshall Islands, I had interviewed women who had very different ‘bikini bodies’; each had suffered thyroid cancer and other life-threatening cancers.  (Marshall Islands & Cancer & Radiation)  John Pilger, article March 2016 ‘A World War Has Begun: Spread the News’

 

 

49,027.  Scientists disagree as to when radiation will reach Australia.  The atomic war has ended.  (Nuclear & Atomic & Radiation & Cold War)  On the Beach 1959 starring Gregory Peck & Ava Gardner & Fred Astaire & Anthony Perkins & Donna Anderson & John Tate & Harp McGuire & Lola Brooks & Ken Wayne & Grant Taylor & Guy Doleman & Joe McCormick et al, director Stanley Kramer, radio announcer

 

 

49,077.  Even if you irrationally decide to go to war it doesn’t mean you have to fight it in a widely irrational fashion ... Objective studies indicate that the post-war environment while hostile to human life, more hostile than the pre-war environment, will not be so hostile as to preclude normal and happy lives.  (Nuclear & War & Radiation & World War III)  Herman Kahn, former RAND and defense consultant

 

 

50,767.  Scientology is the only specific (cure) for radiation (atomic bomb) burns.  (Scientology & Radiation)  L Ron Hubbard, All About Radiation p109

 

 

66,756.  She was at the world’s first international meeting of physicists and chemists.  (Chemistry & Radiation & Radium)  The Genius of Marie Curie  The Woman Who Lit Up the World

 

66,757.  Radioactivity – she’d given a whole new area of physics its name.  (Chemistry & Radiation & Radium)  ibid.

 

66,758.  Marie and Pierre had discovered a new element: radium.  (Chemistry & Radiation & Radium)  ibid.

 

66,759.  She is the only person to win two Nobel prizes in two different sciences.  (Chemistry & Radiation & Radium & Nobel)  ibid.

 

66,760.  This brave brilliant Polish scientist.  (Chemistry & Radiation & Radium)  ibid.

 

 

86,266.  In 1898 Marie Curie studied strange rays pouring out of some strange metals.  She called them radioactivity.  Atom: The Illusion of Reality  

 

 

3,815.  Our measurements show that the maximum radiation level as of 1958 is equivalent to between ten and one hundred roentgens per hour, depending on the still undetermined proportion of protons to electrons.  Since a human being exposed for two days to even ten roentgens would have only an even chance of survival, the radiation belts obviously present an obstacle to space flight.  (Moon Landing Conspiracy & Radiation)  Dr James van Allen, article Scientific American March 1959, ‘Radiation Belts Around the Earth’

 

 

3,830.  Five hundred miles above the Earth these bands of intense radiation surround our planet and are thousands of miles thick.  (Moon & Radiation)  Conspiracy Theory: Moon Landing Hoax aka Did We Land on the Moon? 

 

 

3,856.  The astronauts were protected by a thin film of aluminium; when here on Earth they put a lead shield on us when they take a dental X-ray.  (Moon Landing Conspiracy & Radiation)  Bill Kaysing

 

 

3,865.  In some, areas lit from behind which should be in deep shadow are bright and perfectly visible.  In other pictures the shadows are at near right-angles suggesting two separate light sources.  Perhaps most surprisingly there are no stars in the Apollo photographs even though they were taken from space.  When the archive film is sped up the astronauts appear to be running at normal speed in terrestrial gravity.  And why does the flag appear to be fluttering in the breeze even though there is no wind on the moon? ... The conspiracy theorists believe radiation is the final nail in the coffin.  (Moon Landing Conspiracy & Photograph & Radiation)  The Truth Behind the Moon Landings

 

 

3,871.  A magnetic storm will come along and that can increase the intensity of the radiation belts by maybe a thousand times above what it was before.  (Moon Landing Conspiracy & Radiation)  Dr Geoffrey Reeves, space physicist

 

 

3,874.  What about the moon rocks, the laser reflector discs and the photographs of astronauts on the moon?  The Apollo samples are not rocks gathered during moon walks ...  The December 1966 issue of National Geographic explains why no such reflectors are needed to bounce signals off the moon ... The photographs also fail under critical analysis: there are flags waving in the wind even though the moon sits in a vacuum ... Just the sheer perfection of the set-ups and appearances of the photos ... There is no fog on the film from immense temperature variations, no discoloration from radiation, no lightning streaks from micro-meteorites passing by.  (Moon Landing Conspiracy & Radiation & Photography)  Apollo Zero  

 

 

3,877.  The reason why they couldn’t go to the moon is because of the phenomenon few people know about called the Van Allen radiation belts.  (Moon Landing Conspiracy & Radiation)  Bart Sibrel

 

 

3,878.  Obviously the only shielding they had was literally paper-thin outer hull of aluminium, and their suits consisting of glass fibre, some aluminium fibres, and silicon rubber.  (Moon Landing Conspiracy & Radiation)  Ralph Rene  

 

 

3,879.  A production, a showpiece if you will ... There is absolutely no way they went to the moon with what they had ... They [the landing craft] didn’t move dry dust, they didn’t move little rocks, they didn’t move anything ...  You’re practically being bombarded with all this solar radiation smacking into you, which is why they had to hide the whole thing.  (Moon Landing Conspiracy & Radiation)  Ralph Rene

 

 

3,881.  Unbeknownst to the citizenry, high above the Earth, beginning at an altitude of 1,000 miles and extending an additional 25,000 miles, lay lethal bands of radiation called the Van Allen Radiation Belts.  Every space mission in history with humans on board, from both the United States and Soviet Union, from the first in 1961 to the present, has been well below this deadly radiation field ... All except Apollo.  (Moon Landing Conspiracy & Radiation)  A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon

 

 

3,890.  Of course we were worried to go out into the unknown of space.  Of course we were fearful.  We had no idea how a human would be affected by the radiation.  We suspected that possibly the radiation could even penetrate through the craft itself.  (Moon Landing Conspiracy & Radiation)  Boris Valentinovich Volynov

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