Carbon credits, GW and GC are merely topics to keep us focused away
from the real threats to human health and the environment. All fossil
fuels have radium. Radium is in oil and we breathe in enough of it in
the larger cities to alter our DNA and make us glow in the dark. Five
hundred tons of it winds up in land fills from coal generating plants
in the U S each year. Even the best water and electrostatic collective
devices cant remove enough of radium to nullify the danger it poses
to human and animal health and we eat beef, chicken and lamb chops
grown down wind from coal generating plants.
Get this! Radium is 60-times more radioactive than enriched uranium
and we used to wear in on our wrist watches to read them at night.
China is building one new coal generating plant a day. Obviously much
of the microscopic carbon and radium out-gassed from these plants will
come down as acid rain over the United States. We are not building any
new coal generating facilities in the US at the present time.
Radium is one of those rare elements that sell for $000 a milligram
to medical facilities. That is one-million dollars per gram and we
throw tons of it into land fills and breathe in and eat the rest.
Obviously big industry has a vested interest in keep this information
from us. Most of the radium on the market is a byproduct of the mining
Carbon emissions from the burning of coal can be reduced 50% or
greater by burning it with hydrogen peroxide. Not the 3% dilute stuff
in your medicine cabinet but the pure stuff made from water. The
process is well understood and has been kept under wraps since World
War II when the US navy took all the German submarines powered by H2O2
out to sea and sank them. Hydrogen Peroxide turns into superheated
steam when it comes into contact with a silver catalyst.
The energy TZARS dont want this technology to fall into public hands.
There is enough surplus wind energy in Aleutian Islands to power the
world with H2O2. It can be transported by oil tankers and if spilled
is relatively harmless.
What we should be doing is using sources of energy that doesnt
consume oxygen like wind, solar, tide and geothermal. Forget the
radioactive stuff that can be used as weapons of mass destruction.
There is enough geothermal under Yellowstone Park to power the entire
United States for hundreds of years. Instead of waiting for it to blow
up and wipe half the nation we should be pumping water down there to
cool it off and make electricity out of the steam. Tell that to
President, Barack Obama!
WWW.GuardDogBooks.com and www.HankKroll.com
Deaths from fossil fuel!
The easiest place to get Radium is from yellowcake but they dont
extract very much to keep the price up. By limiting the supply and
hording it they keep it at $,000,000 per gram.
There are 21,000 deaths per year in the US from radon gas and radon
and 400,000 deaths for the world! This is amazing because this is
about 1/3 the number of deaths from auto accidents and you never hear
anything about this horrible threat to human health and the
environment. Big business must keep this secret and keep us focused on
bogus disinformation such as GW and GC.
Can you imagine how much Hell would break out if there were 20 deaths
from bird flue in the US? When someone died from botulism from eating
peanut butter we heard about on the news for over a week! They have
been telling us there is no radon on the planet and the propaganda
goes on and on so they can keep on burning fossil fuels. www.GuardDogBooks.=
Umm, no. If you're going to rant about teh End Of The World,
at least get your delusions straight.
Knowledge may be power, but communications is the key
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danny burstein wrote:
China's now also showing great interest in nuclear generation. Areva of France
will start building two 1.6GW plants
there next year IIRC, with 4 ? more options on the way.
It is a shame because there is more that a germ of truth to the guy's main
point that fossil fuels cause human deaths. The terrible thing is that our
society accepting sure deaths from air pollution out of an unreasonable fear of
Unfortunately the OP is apparently a head case and virtually everything he
wrote after the title line should be disregarded.