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Are Current Weather Patterns Related to Fukushima Disaster?
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What To Do If Exposed to Extremely High Doses of Radiation
- Prussian blue for cesium
- DTPA for plutonium, americium and curium
- Sodium bicarbonate (i.e. baking soda) for uranium
Get Enough Calcium, Potassium, Iron and Magnesium
- Radioactive strontium is very similar chemically to calcium.
- Similarly, radioactive cesium is treated like potassium by our bodies.
- Plutonium is treated like iron by our bodies.
- Magnesium has also been shown to provide some protection against radiation…
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Located near Carlsbad, New Mexico this Department of Energy (DOE) experimental nuclear waste dump is attempting to store leftover radioactive plutonium and americium from the US weapons program. On February 14, 2014 there was a nuclear safety failure at the site and the Department of Energy is not being honest about it. In this film Fairewinds Energy Education’s Arnie Gundersen pieces together what happened and points out Fairewinds’ major concerns about the facility, the accident and the lack of transparency at the DOE.
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