Beneath the surface of a St. Louis-area landfill lurk two things that should never meet: a slow-burning fire and a cache of Cold War-era nuclear waste, separated by no more than 1,200 feet.
Government officials have quietly adopted an emergency plan in case the smoldering embers ever reach the waste, a potentially “catastrophic event” that could send up a plume of radioactive smoke over a densely populated area near the city’s main airport. Continue reading »
Now about those so-called “scientists” that want those who do not believe the “climate narrative” prosecuted — can we go after them under 42 USC 1983 and 18 USC 242 for attempting to deprive persons of their rights under color of law?
The Polonium Conspiracy Goes Far Deeper Than Just Tobacco
SOTN Editor’s Note:
Before the chemical geoengineering phenomenon known as CHEMTRAILS became a daily routine in the skies across America, there was arguably no greater public health disaster than polonium-laced tobacco. According to scientists who have investigated “The Polonium Conspiracy”, the phosphate fertilizers favored by the Tobacco Industry contain alpha-radioactive polonium, the decay product of Radium-226.
How does radioactive material get into a cigarette?
The tobacco leaves used in making cigarettes contain radioactive material, particularly lead-210 and polonium-210. The radionuclide content of tobacco leaves depends heavily on soil conditions and fertilizer use.
Soils that contain elevated radium lead to high radon gas emanations rising into the growing tobacco crop. Radon rapidly decays into a series of solid, highly radioactive metals (radon decay products). These metals cling to dust particles which in turn are collected by the sticky tobacco leaves. The sticky compound that seeps from the trichomes is not water-soluble, so the particles do not wash off in the rain. There they stay, through curing process, cutting, and manufacture into cigarettes.Lead-210 and Polonium-210 can be absorbed into tobacco leaves directly from the soil. But more importantly, fine, sticky hairs (called trichomes) on both sides of tobacco leaves grab airborne radioactive particles.
(Source: EPA — Tobacco Smoke)
Quite curiously, Big Tobacco has known about this predicament since the mid-1950s yet consistently failed to address it in any appropriate way. For this reason tobacco products have always possessed unacceptable levels of highly carcinogenic polonium. It has also been known that the primary cause of lung cancer among smokers is due to both the chemical properties and radioactivity associated with the polonium 210 radionuclides. Continue reading »
The United States government deliberately hid “the worst nuclear disaster in U.S. history,” according to experts and an in-depth investigation by NBC4 Southern California. Whistleblowers have also come forward to expose the little-known catastrophe, which occurred north of Los Angeles in 1959 and leaked over 300 times the allowable amount of radiation into surrounding neighborhoods. That contamination is now linked to up to a 60% increase in cancer in the area, but the government still refuses to acknowledge its colossal mistake.
The ongoing tragedy was driven by America’s darkest demons, from dogmatic militarism to aggressive corporatism, and ongoing government and corporate efforts to cover-up the disaster are nothing short of staggering. Continue reading »
Newfoundland’s capital city recorded its earliest autumn snowfall ever on Saturday, beating 0.3 cm way back on Sept 30, 1965.
27 Sep 2015 – According to Provincial Airlines and Aerospace Meteorologist Brian Walsh, it was only the second time on record since 1874 that snow was recorded in St. John’s in the month of September. Continue reading »
According to NRA (Nuclear Regulation Authority), Tokyo still has fallout from Fukushima nuclear plant.
From their report released on 8/31/2015, 0.88 MBq/km2 of Cs-134/137 falls onto Tokyo this July. The sampling location was Shinjuku.
The comparable data on Fukushima prefecture is not listed on the same report for some reason. Continue reading »
Alaska State Troopers in Fairbanks issued advisory message: Drivers use caution due to heavy snowfall. 7″ as of 2pm! pic.twitter.com/RNPirot3A8
— KNBA (@KNBA) September 25, 2015
26 Sep 15 – Fairbanks had 6.7″ yesterday (Fri.). That obliterated the previous daily snowfall record of 0.8″. Just north of Fairbanks, 9″ was recorded. Here’s more snowfall totals. Temps far below average A record low was set at Kodiak AK at 29 and small hail fell at Annette. The high temp. of 34 in Fairbanks was 15 deg. cooler than the average high of 49 for 9/25. Here’s snow in Coldfoot AK. Another wintry scene from Fairbanks. Alaska’s a big state and all but one of the first order climate stationshereis reporting colder than average temps. so far this Sept: Nome -2.6, Anchorage -2.0, Bethel -2.0, Fairbanks -1.9, Barrow -1.9, King Salmon -1.9, Kotzebue -1.7, McGrath -1.6, Annette -1.2, Yakutat -1.1, Kodiak +0.2. Look at how snow is accumulating in Alaska, the Yukon Territory and Russia.
Here’s a pic. from Healy AK.
Snow drifts up to two meters (almost seven feet) high.
24 Sep 2015 – After a summer of record high temperatures winter has already arrived in some parts of Austria – with snowfall forcing closure of the Grossglockner alpine road in the state of Salzburg.
“We’ve had 50 centimetres (20 inches) of snow. Between the Fuscher Törl and the Hochtor, there are snow drifts of up to two meters,” deputy police superintendent Peter Embacher said. Continue reading »
Nothing to see here.
From CBS Sacramento:
FOLSOM LAKE (CBS13) — A Northern California reservoir ran dry overnight, killing thousands of fish and leaving residents looking for answers.
While a $3.5 million drought safety net at Folsom Lake finishes, a lake in another part of the state is left high and dry. Continue reading »
– U.S. air radiation surges higher (Enviroreporter, Aug 7, 2014)
Beta graphs of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency show a sharp increase in air radiation levels across the country according to a new EnviroReporter.com radiation analysis released Wednesday.
“Why is CO2 suddenly the climate control knob when there were years with higher CO2 and lower temperatures?” asks meteorologist Joe Bastardi.
In a post entitled “Quick Note to the Pope,” Bastardi asks the Pope to look at the factual record of CO2 and temperature in the geological history of the earth.
When you look at this chart, you can easily see that there is no apparent linkage between CO2 and temperature.
You can also see that has been much warmer than today throughout most of geologic history.“I can’t believe his excellency, if exposed to this, would not at the very least question the positions he has adopted,” says Bastardi. “It is my hope while he is here that he at least glances at other information such as this.”
Joe Bastardi is chief forecaster at WeatherBELL Analytics, a meteorological consulting firm.
There are Class 4 & 5 quakes virtually every ten minutes in Northern Chile. This is another world class major rupture in the Earth’s crust, this is this year’s Great Event. I think that Chile is very lucky that the rupture is “slowly” cracking the Earth with frequent comparatively modest activity rather than more dramatically breaking the crust in a Class 9 mega-event. Continue reading »
“Photos and maps prove that all of Mt. Baker glaciers are significantly more extensive today than they were in 1950,” says geologist Dr. Don J. Easterbrook.
Not only are the glaciers larger today than in 1950, some have recently begun to advance, says Easterbrook, Emeritus Professor of Geology at Western Washington University.
“We’re told that the ice in Greenland will disappear,” says Nobel Laureate Ivar Giaever. But there’s no warming there.
“There’s information on the internet, which is wonderful, says Giaever. “And I looked it up.”
There are four harbors in Greenland, says Giaever. They are Upernavik, Iluissat/Jakobshavn, Nuuk/Godthab and Tasiilaq/Ammassalik.
Look at Giaever’s chart. On the left you see the five coldest years. On the right, the five warmest years.
Now look at the dates. “The warmest years are basically in the 1930s,” says Giaever. “Those are the facts. Those are the temperatures the people in the harbors in Greenland has measured over the years. And it doesn’t look like it’s getting any warmer.” Continue reading »
The science on global warming is settled, so settled that 20 climate scientists are asking President Barack Obama to prosecute people who disagree with them on the science behind man-made global warming.
Some people who are able to read nature predict this to be the winter of the century for Central Europe.
BRITAIN is facing the most savage winter in more than 50 years with months of heavy snowfall and bitter Arctic winds set to bring the country to a total standstill.
Sub-zero temperatures and violent snow storms could hit as soon as late October as a freak ocean cooling in the Atlantic threatens to trigger a historic, nationwide whiteout.
Emergency services have been warned to prepare for a repeat of the devastating 1962/63 winter which saw rivers and lakes freeze over across Britain. Continue reading »
– Yahoo News: Giant mutant fish caught off Japan causes concern about effects of Fukushima — NY Daily News: Monster catch raises questions about ecological impact of nuclear disaster — “We wonder if its the radiation that caused the fish to grow this big” (PHOTOS)
“Countless” dead birds reported in Pacific off US coast, nothing will eat the bodies — “There are no seals present” — Expert: “The fish are not there… all of them are starving” — Animals “acting weird, sick and weak, too weak to fly, too weak to run” — Resident: We want to know if it’s from Fukushima (VIDEO)
– “Countless” dead birds reported in Pacific off US coast, nothing will eat the bodies — “There are no seals present” — Expert: “The fish are not there… all of them are starving” — Animals “acting weird, sick and weak, too weak to fly, too weak to run” — Resident: We want to know if it’s from Fukushima (VIDEO)