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Crazy nuclear energy promoter - now dead from leukemia
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Taka
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Galen Winsor is a nuclear physicist of renown who worked at, and
helped design, nuclear power plants in Hanford, WA; Oak Ridge, TN;
Morris, IL, San Jose, CA; Wimington, NJ. Among his positions of
expertise he was in charge of measuring and controlling the nuclear
fuel inventory and storage.

Galen Winsor has traveled and lectured all over America, spoken on
national talk radio, and made several videos exposing the
misunderstood issues of nuclear radiation. He shows that fear of
radiation has been exaggerated to scare people … so a few powerful
people can maintain total control of the world’s most valuable power
resource. Filmed by Ben Williams in 1986.

In the video, you can watch Galen lick a pile of highly radioactive
uranium off the palm of his hand and ignite a chunk of plutonium into
a shower of flaming dust. The guy also drank reactor cooling pool
water for fun and liked to go swimming in the pool to relax. He also
spiked the basement flooring of his own home with enough radioactive
material to send any Geiger counter reading off the scale to disprove
the fear mongering surrounding radon at the time.

Galen surmises the regulations and fear mongering that surround
radioactive materials are in place to prevent the widespread adoption
of nuclear power in local small scale neighborhood/home based
reactors. Galen also points out that hot nuclear “waste” can be
effectively turned into a safe power source through thermionic
conversion, which is how the U.S. submarine navigation network was
powered. The heat it gives off can also be used to safely heat homes.

He points out that nuclear “waste” is worth roughly $10 million (in
1986 dollars) a ton if it were to be reprocessed to collect its useful
isotopes, so all of this talk about trying to bury it is a sham. He
says the power companies are holding all the waste with the intent of
playing the plutonium futures market. The “waste” could be stored
above ground in already constructed buildings meeting all the
regulatory requirements without the need to have these outrageous
basalt mines dug into mountains. The only reason he can think of for
these underground vaults is to hide bodies/evidence that the state
doesn’t want uncovered.

At its core, he says federal controls over nuclear material is about
maintaining power and control over the masses through the denial of
self-sufficient power sources. Obviously if one had a personal sized
power source that was cheap and efficient, they wouldn’t need to be
connected to the “grid” for anything. The power grid is the control
grid our rulers use to keep us under their thumbs.

He also says Three Mile Island was an intentionally created disaster,
and that a core meltdown could not melt its way deep into the Earth.

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"Yeah I've met him.
I put him in the Bob Lazar school of stunt showmanship.
Idiots can do all those things.
They won't die immediately from them.
He rambles way too much and is about as welcome these days as a
copperhead at a pik-nik . The nuclear industry used him as a stunt
dummy to try to dispell the dangers in nuclear power.
To no avail. The folks they were trying to reach had few brains
anyway. Besides any moron could break free of rational thought in the
sixties. It's no big mystery but you can swim in a triga reactor pool
provided you don't dive. They run at low power usually..about 1 watt
to preserve the fuel rods. People have fallen in and survived with
little damage. If you look at any training reactor site you will find
rescue rings all over. Most triga reactor have pools that are in the
15 foot range at 1 watt the neutron range is low say 3 ft. .. four
feet max.
Spent rods about the same risk!
Most intact spent fuel rods emit mostly beta particles with some gamma
rays. Betas can be effectively be stopped by two feet or less of
water. The water is distilled in rod storage pools and beta and gamma
irradiation does not screw up the water one little bit! The only thing
that would make that water unpotable is if the fuel rod had cracked
releasing raw fissile products into the water.
Ala Silkwood!
Most waste pools are 20 feet deep... so swimming on the surface would
be a fairly safe stunt. Even with the glowing stuff below.
Gotta keep the kids safe ya know!
Low quantities of urainium oxide is pretty harmless if unirradiated.
You can't dissolve uranium oxide in stomach acid...takes fuming red
nitric to do the trick. In a few days you have radiactive poo.
Just as dangerous as eating dirt in Arizona or Colorado.
It's the lungs not the gut where the highest risk occurs.
The lungs can not expell tiny particulates under a micron. ...."

SOURCE: http://www.fusor.net/board/download_thread.php?bn=fusor_general&thread=1049904734

ALSO FUNNY: http://amazingdata.com/10-radioactive-products-that-people-actually-used/
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2012-11-26 08:44:58 UTC
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Can you substantiate your claim that he died of leukemia at 82? Or is this just another one of those lies that go around the internet?
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2013-08-29 22:29:09 UTC
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Can you substantiate your claim that he died of leukemia at 82? Or is this just another one of those lies that go around the internet?
He is my grandfather. He died from Parkinsons. Completely unrelated to radiation.
Taka
2013-08-30 01:24:54 UTC
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Can you substantiate your claim that he died of leukemia at 82? Or is this just another one of those lies that go around the internet?
He is my grandfather. He died from Parkinsons. Completely unrelated to radiation.
Can radiation be linked to Parkinson's?

In the late 1970s at a Nevada air force base, a technician accidentally exposed airman Dan Hott to a great deal of radiation, perhaps the greatest amount ever any American has received.

Dan's wife, Angie, of Berkeley Springs, W. Va., said, "Dan was radiated in the head at a rate much higher than test animals have received. He said he felt the right side of his head behind the ear heat up.

The doctor (looking him over) said he didn't know what would happen to Dan over the years, but urged him to keep the documentation (about his exposure)."

Now fast forward to 2007, when Dan was experiencing a number of physical challenges. His left arm and legs were cramping up. He dragged his left leg, and often walked like he "had been drinking alcohol," said Angie.

He was experiencing fatigue and taking naps throughout the day.

Angie realized something was really wrong when her grandmother asked Dan to slice the Thanksgiving turkey and he physically couldn't with his left hand.

In June 2008, a neurologist diagnosed Dan with Parkinson's disease. Eventually, he became so affected he would lose his business, career, income level and more physical functioning.

The National Institutes of Health describes Parkinson's disease as a "movement disorder" causing limb and face trembling, limb and trunk stiffness, slow movement, and poor balance and coordination.

It can lead to trouble walking, talking, swallowing, speaking, and chewing.

Dan had been a successful, self-employed environmental engineer. In part, through his business, he designed remediation systems for gasoline stations that had spills.

Said Angie, "Dan's neurologist now thinks it's more than likely he ended up with Parkinson's disease because of having been exposed to the radiation." However, the Hotts have had trouble persuading the Veterans Administration, which has significantly limited Dan's benefits.

Angie has done lots of research on the connection between Parkinson's disease and radiation. For example, she discovered a Department of Defense study from the early 2000s in which the government radiated test animals to see whether they would acquire Parkinson's disease.

The amount of radiation, said Angie, was far less than the level to which Dan had been exposed.

Angie also spoke with a University of California scientist who believed no other living American had been exposed to radiation levels higher than Dan's.

SOURCE: http://hernandotoday.com/he/life/health/can-radiation-be-linked-to-parkinsons-20130728/
Taka
2013-08-30 13:20:09 UTC
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Watch this "gentleman" 10 years down the road:


John H. Gohde
2013-08-30 14:09:53 UTC
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Re: Crazy nuclear energy promoter - now dead from leukemia

Anybody interested in waggering as to when the insane Taka will drop dead from leukemia?
John H. Gohde
2013-08-31 12:26:39 UTC
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Re: Crazy nuclear energy promoter - now dead from leukemia
Anybody interested in waggering as to when the insane Taka will drop dead from leukemia?
Personally, I wouldn't bet 2 bits on Taka achieving a long life. He seems intent upon committing suicide. Yippy!
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Can you substantiate your claim that he died of leukemia at 82? Or is this just another one of those lies that go around the internet?
He is my grandfather. He died from Parkinsons. Completely unrelated to radiation.
One finds Mr Winsor's Information Fascinating and Very Thought Provoking!

Many Thanks to Your Family for His Contributions.

Praise yahweh in ALL Thing's,,,

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Taka
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Can you substantiate your claim that he died of leukemia at 82? Or is this just another one of those lies that go around the internet?
He is my grandfather. He died from Parkinsons. Completely unrelated to radiation.
Who says that Parkinson is not related to radiation exposure? Just look from which causes the long haul pilots and astronauts are dying! Radiation can kill cancer but also your brain tissue (which is rich in the sensitive LC-PUFAs) leading to a wide range of neurodegenerative diseases ....
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One finds Mr Winsor's Information Fascinating and Very Thought Provoking!
If you find this fascinating please come to take a bath at the Fuku SPF
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Many Thanks to Your Family for His Contributions.
Praise yahweh in ALL Thing's,,,
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Taka
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Mae Keane, One Of The Last 'Radium Girls,' Dies At 107

Mae Keane was one of the last "radium girls," but not the last one. Please scroll down to the bottom of this page to see the full correction note.

Before turning the page on 2014, All Things Considered is paying tribute to some of the people who died this year whose stories you may not have heard -- including Mae Keane.
In the early 1920s, the hot new gadget was a wristwatch with a glow-in-the-dark dial.
"Made possible by the magic of radium!" bragged one advertisement.

And it did seem magical. Radium was the latest miracle substance -- an element that glowed and fizzed, which salesmen promised could extend people's lives, pump up their sex drive and make women more beautiful. Doctors used it to treat everything from colds to cancer.
In the 1920s, a young working-class woman could land a job working with the miracle substance. Radium wristwatches were manufactured right here in America, and the U.S. Radium Corp. was hiring dial people to paint the tiny numbers onto watch faces for about 5 cents a watch.
They became known as the radium girls.
To get the numbers small enough, new hires were taught to do something called "lip pointing." After painting each number, they were to put the tip of the paintbrush between their lips to sharpen it.
Twelve numbers per watch, upwards of 200 watches per day -- and with every digit, the girls swallowed a little bit of radium.
"Of course, no one thought it was dangerous in these first couple of years," explains Deborah Blum, author of The Poisoner's Handbook.

In 1924, a woman named Mae Keane was hired at a factory in Waterbury, Conn. Her first day, she remembers, she didn't like the taste of the radium paint. It was gritty.
"I wouldn't put the brush in my mouth," she recalled many years later.
After just a few days at the factory, the boss asked her if she'd like to quit, since she clearly didn't like the work. She gratefully agreed.
"I often wish I had met him after to thank him," Keane said, "because I would have been like the rest of them."
Other women weren't so lucky. By the mid-1920s, dial painters were falling ill by the dozens, afflicted with horrific diseases. The radium they had swallowed was eating their bones from the inside.
"There was one woman who the dentist went to pull a tooth and he pulled her entire jaw out when he did it," says Blum. "Their legs broke underneath them. Their spines collapsed."
Dozens of women died. At a factory in New Jersey, the women sued the U.S. Radium Corp. for poisoning and won. Many of them ended up using the money to pay for their own funerals.
In all, by 1927, more than 50 women had died as a direct result of radium paint poisoning.
But Keane was among the hundreds who survived. Over the years, she had some health problems -- bad teeth, migraines, two bouts with cancer.
There's no way to know if her time in the factory contributed.
"I was left with different things, but I lived through them. You just don't know what to blame," she said.
Keane died this year. At 107 years old, she was one of the last of the radium girls.
Blum says the radium girls had a profound impact on workplace regulations. By the time World War II came around, the federal government had set basic safety limits for handling radiation.
And, she says, there are still lessons to be learned about how we protect people who work with new, untested substances.
"We really don't want our factory workers to be the guinea pigs for discovery. 'Oops' is never good occupational health policy."

SOURCE: http://www.npr.org/2014/12/28/373510029/saved-by-a-bad-taste-one-of-the-last-radium-girls-dies-at-107


Taka
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Stevens

a cure for cancer ... ?
r***@comcast.net
2014-05-19 13:47:46 UTC
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Galen Winsor ate a small handful of pelletized enriched uranium every 4 weeks in his lectures for I simply don't know how long. Galen knew more about the materials he handled and refined then 99.9% of the world ever will. I know one thing. He proves in that video that gamma radiation does not perform the function I have been told that it does. Gamma radiation is supposedly so powerful you can not shield yourself from it. That is the radiation emitted during a Gamma Ray Burst in space that scientists say could destroy life on earth if we were struck by it!? He proved the Geiger counter could not pick up the gamma radiation of his sample through his hand!?!?! To die of Parkinson's at 82 after eating reactor grade Uranium in it's pelletized form every month for years on end tells me someone somewhere is wrong about something!!!
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Galen Winsor ate a small handful of pelletized enriched uranium every 4 weeks in his lectures for I simply don't know how long. Galen knew more about the materials he handled and refined then 99.9% of the world ever will. I know one thing. He proves in that video that gamma radiation does not perform the function I have been told that it does. Gamma radiation is supposedly so powerful you can not shield yourself from it. That is the radiation emitted during a Gamma Ray Burst in space that scientists say could destroy life on earth if we were struck by it!? He proved the Geiger counter could not pick up the gamma radiation of his sample through his hand!?!?! To die of Parkinson's at 82 after eating reactor grade Uranium in it's pelletized form every month for years on end tells me someone somewhere is wrong about something!!!
Reminds me of the old medical school joke about tasting piss, as a diabetes test.

Galen Winsor was obviously a good magician, and you wont so good at watching his slight of hand magic. :(

Tell me another tall tale, why don't you.
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Galen Winsor ate a small handful of pelletized enriched uranium every 4 weeks in his lectures for I simply don't know how long. Galen knew more about the materials he handled and refined then 99.9% of the world ever will. I know one thing. He proves in that video that gamma radiation does not perform the function I have been told that it does. Gamma radiation is supposedly so powerful you can not shield yourself from it. That is the radiation emitted during a Gamma Ray Burst in space that scientists say could destroy life on earth if we were struck by it!? He proved the Geiger counter could not pick up the gamma radiation of his sample through his hand!?!?! To die of Parkinson's at 82 after eating reactor grade Uranium in it's pelletized form every month for years on end tells me someone somewhere is wrong about something!!!
Reminds me of the old medical school joke about tasting piss, as a diabetes test.
Galen Winsor was obviously a good magician, and you wont so good at watching his slight of hand magic. :(
The magician at action:


http://atomicinsights.com/galen-winsor-asks-who-owns-the-plutonium-how-much-is-it-worth/

Then there should be no ill effects among the vets from USS Ronald Reagan:

http://www.internationalpolicydigest.org/2014/02/06/contamination-uss-ronald-reagan-fukushima-response-underreported/

http://enenews.com/navy-sailors-frozen-fukushima-steam-blanketed-uss-reagan-crew-suffered-massive-radiation-doses-dozens-now-have-cancer-report-calls-for-ship-to-be-sunk-still-too-radioactive-navy-says-contam

Hell of a magic .... Taka
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Tell me another tall tale, why don't you.
John H. Gohde
2014-05-20 13:18:07 UTC
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Hell of a magic .... Taka
What kind of a bozo do you take moi for?

Even as a child, I read a book on Marie Curie who, of course, ended up dying from radiation poisoning.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marie_Curie#Death

Hell, even her cookbook and papers are too hot to handle.

Taka sounds like a fool dying from radiation poisoning to moi.

Do you glow in the dark, too?

Bon Voyage!
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Galen Winsor ate a small handful of pelletized enriched uranium every 4 weeks in his lectures for I simply don't know how long. Galen knew more about the materials he handled and refined then 99.9% of the world ever will. I know one thing. He proves in that video that gamma radiation does not perform the function I have been told that it does. Gamma radiation is supposedly so powerful you can not shield yourself from it. That is the radiation emitted during a Gamma Ray Burst in space that scientists say could destroy life on earth if we were struck by it!? He proved the Geiger counter could not pick up the gamma radiation of his sample through his hand!?!?! To die of Parkinson's at 82 after eating reactor grade Uranium in it's pelletized form every month for years on end tells me someone somewhere is wrong about something!!!
You are correct. Any reasonable mind could see this. I knew him personally. He was the real deal.
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2014-05-19 15:39:37 UTC
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http://youtu.be/ejCQrOTE-XA
Galen Winsor is a nuclear physicist of renown who worked at, and
Taka is the ONLY scam here.

If Galen Winsor is so great, then how come that dead dude is not in Wikipedia?

Galen Hulet Winsor (Birth: 4 June 1926. Death: 19 July 2008), yet your obviously dated video was uploaded in 2012.

In short, that video is laughably suspect, or just another scam as far as I am concerned. :)

Produce a video of a living, breathing scientist who is obviously not suffering from age-related dementia to make your point. Sorry, but Winsor's WWII stories don't cut it with moi!
Taka
2014-05-19 15:51:01 UTC
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Now Gohde should take his Moi's ass to Fukushima if he wants to make it to 82 and not die from prostate cancer but dementia ....
Taka
2014-05-19 16:00:28 UTC
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You can trust this Galen Winsor tale as much as the Moon landings:




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http://youtu.be/WNWW8swrvWs
http://youtu.be/0-eazmX6-vc
Winsor's WWII stories don't cut it with moi!
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Galen Winsor is a nuclear physicist of renown who worked at, and
Taka is the ONLY scam here.
If Galen Winsor is so great, then how come that dead dude is not in Wikipedia?
Galen Hulet Winsor (Birth: 4 June 1926. Death: 19 July 2008), yet your obviously dated video was uploaded in 2012.
In short, that video is laughably suspect, or just another scam as far as I am concerned. :)
Produce a video of a living, breathing scientist who is obviously not suffering from age-related dementia to make your point. Sorry, but Winsor's WWII stories don't cut it with moi!
you must be the only person I've met who seems like he's awake but doesn't realize that wikipedia is a corporate shill towing the line on every bullshit story propagated by the wealthiest people on earth in order to remain the wealthiest people on earth by getting us all to do their bidding for them.

Maybe you should look again to see if the pedophile pornographer who's slapped wikipedia together is worthy of your adulation.
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2014-11-16 05:34:46 UTC
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galen winsor was a great man and to smear him by putting him in the same sentence as a government disinformation agent like bob lazar just proves you are of the same cloth as lazar.
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galen winsor was a great man and to smear him by putting him in the same sentence as a government disinformation agent like bob lazar just proves you are of the same cloth as lazar.
Galen Winsor was a pro-nuke shill who either did not comprehend how inhaled Plutonium particles cause cancer or he knew and just liked the pro-nuke paychecks. Neurological and circulatory exposures are just other health problems from radiation. Cancer is the obvious one everyone knows about. Nuclear power is mass suicide. Fukushima is a wake up call. Shut down the 104 reactors in the US before another meltdown and explosion permanently poison an entire region; like Fukushima did to central and northern Japan...
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Not all people get cancer from radiation exposure. But they do get variety of different damage, e.g. see the eyes(lens) of cosmonauts or aged commercial airliner pilots. Their blood vessels get stiff and fragile too, not speaking of the damage in nervous system. PUFA rich tissues are especially sensitive. When I saw the Winsor glasses I was sure he was not swimming in the SFPs without consequences ....

https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2014/04/30/nuclear-news-spectrum-galen-winsor-nuclear-scare-scam/

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/01/12/is-radiation-a-scam/

http://atomicinsights.com/galen-winsor-asks-who-owns-the-plutonium-how-much-is-it-worth/
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2014-11-16 16:19:36 UTC
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Not all people get cancer from radiation exposure. But they do get variety of different damage, e.g. see the eyes(lens) of cosmonauts or aged commercial airliner pilots. Their blood vessels get stiff and fragile too, not speaking of the damage in nervous system. PUFA rich tissues are especially sensitive. When I saw the Winsor glasses I was sure he was not swimming in the SFPs without consequences ....
Kind of like what happens to people who come in contact with Taka.

Too much exposure to the ramblings of Taka can easily lead to insanity, mental illness, and an early death. :(

The public has been warned.
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Not all people get cancer from radiation exposure. But they do get variety of different damage, e.g. see the eyes(lens) of cosmonauts or aged commercial airliner pilots. Their blood vessels get stiff and fragile too, not speaking of the damage in nervous system. PUFA rich tissues are especially sensitive. When I saw the Winsor glasses I was sure he was not swimming in the SFPs without consequences ....
Kind of like what happens to people who come in contact with Taka.
Too much exposure to the ramblings of Taka can easily lead to insanity, mental illness, and an early death. :(
The public has been warned.
Gohde, sounds like you are a pro-nuker huh? You enjoy children getting cancer? Gohde, you enjoy babies with holes in their hearts from Cesium exposure? Taka seems to know what he is talking about. Nuclear power causes cancer, birth defects, heart attacks, neurological problems, ect, ect. Just look at cancer rates before the nuclear age (1950) and cancer rates since then. The increase in cancer will blow your mind like a triple meltdown!
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Not all people get cancer from radiation exposure. But they do get variety of different damage, e.g. see the eyes(lens) of cosmonauts or aged commercial airliner pilots. Their blood vessels get stiff and fragile too, not speaking of the damage in nervous system. PUFA rich tissues are especially sensitive. When I saw the Winsor glasses I was sure he was not swimming in the SFPs without consequences ....
Kind of like what happens to people who come in contact with Taka.
Too much exposure to the ramblings of Taka can easily lead to insanity, mental illness, and an early death. :(
The public has been warned.
Gohde, sounds like you are a pro-nuker huh? You enjoy children getting cancer? Gohde, you enjoy babies with holes in their hearts from Cesium exposure? Taka seems to know what he is talking about. Nuclear power causes cancer, birth defects, heart attacks, neurological problems, ect, ect. Just look at cancer rates before the nuclear age (1950) and cancer rates since then. The increase in cancer will blow your mind like a triple meltdown!
Too much exposure to the ramblings of Science Imbeciles can easily lead to insanity, mental illness, and an early death. :(

The public has been warned.
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2014-12-21 17:25:34 UTC
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Galen Winsor is a nuclear physicist of renown who worked at, and
helped design, nuclear power plants in Hanford, WA; Oak Ridge, TN;
Morris, IL, San Jose, CA; Wimington, NJ. Among his positions of
expertise he was in charge of measuring and controlling the nuclear
fuel inventory and storage.
Galen Winsor has traveled and lectured all over America, spoken on
national talk radio, and made several videos exposing the
misunderstood issues of nuclear radiation. He shows that fear of
radiation has been exaggerated to scare people ... so a few powerful
people can maintain total control of the world's most valuable power
resource. Filmed by Ben Williams in 1986.
In the video, you can watch Galen lick a pile of highly radioactive
uranium off the palm of his hand and ignite a chunk of plutonium into
a shower of flaming dust. The guy also drank reactor cooling pool
water for fun and liked to go swimming in the pool to relax. He also
spiked the basement flooring of his own home with enough radioactive
material to send any Geiger counter reading off the scale to disprove
the fear mongering surrounding radon at the time.
Galen surmises the regulations and fear mongering that surround
radioactive materials are in place to prevent the widespread adoption
of nuclear power in local small scale neighborhood/home based
reactors. Galen also points out that hot nuclear "waste" can be
effectively turned into a safe power source through thermionic
conversion, which is how the U.S. submarine navigation network was
powered. The heat it gives off can also be used to safely heat homes.
He points out that nuclear "waste" is worth roughly $10 million (in
1986 dollars) a ton if it were to be reprocessed to collect its useful
isotopes, so all of this talk about trying to bury it is a sham. He
says the power companies are holding all the waste with the intent of
playing the plutonium futures market. The "waste" could be stored
above ground in already constructed buildings meeting all the
regulatory requirements without the need to have these outrageous
basalt mines dug into mountains. The only reason he can think of for
these underground vaults is to hide bodies/evidence that the state
doesn't want uncovered.
At its core, he says federal controls over nuclear material is about
maintaining power and control over the masses through the denial of
self-sufficient power sources. Obviously if one had a personal sized
power source that was cheap and efficient, they wouldn't need to be
connected to the "grid" for anything. The power grid is the control
grid our rulers use to keep us under their thumbs.
He also says Three Mile Island was an intentionally created disaster,
and that a core meltdown could not melt its way deep into the Earth.
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"Yeah I've met him.
I put him in the Bob Lazar school of stunt showmanship.
Idiots can do all those things.
They won't die immediately from them.
He rambles way too much and is about as welcome these days as a
copperhead at a pik-nik . The nuclear industry used him as a stunt
dummy to try to dispell the dangers in nuclear power.
To no avail. The folks they were trying to reach had few brains
anyway. Besides any moron could break free of rational thought in the
sixties. It's no big mystery but you can swim in a triga reactor pool
provided you don't dive. They run at low power usually..about 1 watt
to preserve the fuel rods. People have fallen in and survived with
little damage. If you look at any training reactor site you will find
rescue rings all over. Most triga reactor have pools that are in the
15 foot range at 1 watt the neutron range is low say 3 ft. .. four
feet max.
Spent rods about the same risk!
Most intact spent fuel rods emit mostly beta particles with some gamma
rays. Betas can be effectively be stopped by two feet or less of
water. The water is distilled in rod storage pools and beta and gamma
irradiation does not screw up the water one little bit! The only thing
that would make that water unpotable is if the fuel rod had cracked
releasing raw fissile products into the water.
Ala Silkwood!
Most waste pools are 20 feet deep... so swimming on the surface would
be a fairly safe stunt. Even with the glowing stuff below.
Gotta keep the kids safe ya know!
Low quantities of urainium oxide is pretty harmless if unirradiated.
You can't dissolve uranium oxide in stomach acid...takes fuming red
nitric to do the trick. In a few days you have radiactive poo.
Just as dangerous as eating dirt in Arizona or Colorado.
It's the lungs not the gut where the highest risk occurs.
The lungs can not expell tiny particulates under a micron. ...."
SOURCE: http://www.fusor.net/board/download_thread.php?bn=fusor_general&thread=1049904734
ALSO FUNNY: http://amazingdata.com/10-radioactive-products-that-people-actually-used/
Thanks for this.
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Here is a working video of Galen Winsors presentation in the 1980's:

LINK:

Taka
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LINK: http://youtu.be/WyEBQem7tqc
Witness Galen Winsor eating uranium:


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Taka - you are a complete liar and a promoter of false information. Galen Winsor did not die of leukemia. He died of OLD AGE from Parkinsons. I was a personal friend of his. I won't stand for people like you to spread falsehoods about a man who had all the best intentions and tried his best to promote the truth while dispelling the lies of the nuclear industry. Shame on you!
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2017-05-11 01:13:17 UTC
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Taka - you are a complete liar and a promoter of false information. Galen Winsor did not die of leukemia. He died of OLD AGE from Parkinsons.
Show me the evidence, Jack! And show me his kids if he managed to make any given they still alive... Is Stephen Hawking one of his "bystander" progeny?
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I was a personal friend of his. I won't stand for people like you to spread falsehoods about a man who had all the best intentions and tried his best to promote the truth while dispelling the lies of the nuclear industry. Shame on you!
BTW Parkinson is not a NATURAL cause of death. If radiation is so harmless why is it used to kill cancer??? Perhaps he was eating the enriched uranium to keep his leukemia at bay. Radioactive pellets are e.g. implanted into the prostate to keep the prostate cancer at bay. Yo know shit 'bout medicine and biology. Go swimming to Fuku seaside or take vacation at the Hanford reservation yo nuclear shill...

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/05/09/hanford-plutonium-finishing-plant-tunnel-collapse-triggers-alert.html
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Taka - you are a complete liar and a promoter of false information. Galen Winsor did not die of leukemia. He died of OLD AGE from Parkinsons.
Show me the evidence, Jack! And show me his kids if he managed to make any given they still alive... Is Stephen Hawking one of his "bystander" progeny?
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I was a personal friend of his. I won't stand for people like you to spread falsehoods about a man who had all the best intentions and tried his best to promote the truth while dispelling the lies of the nuclear industry. Shame on you!
BTW Parkinson is not a NATURAL cause of death. If radiation is so harmless why is it used to kill cancer??? Perhaps he was eating the enriched uranium to keep his leukemia at bay. Radioactive pellets are e.g. implanted into the prostate to keep the prostate cancer at bay. Yo know shit 'bout medicine and biology. Go swimming to Fuku seaside or take vacation at the Hanford reservation yo nuclear shill...
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/05/09/hanford-plutonium-finishing-plant-tunnel-collapse-triggers-alert.html
What the heck? No. Just listen to yourself. First you say he died of leukemia BECAUSE he ate uranium, then just above you say that maybe he was eating uranium to keep his leukemia at bay? Are you bat-sht crazy or are you just trying to sound insane? Let me repeat: HE DID NOT HAVE LEUKEMIA. Again, he was a friend of mine and I can say for sure and for certain. Let me ask: did you know him personally? No? Then, hey, I KNOW MORE THAN YOU DO ABOUT HIM.
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2017-05-11 19:42:17 UTC
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Taka - you are a complete liar and a promoter of false information. Galen Winsor did not die of leukemia. He died of OLD AGE from Parkinsons.
Show me the evidence, Jack! And show me his kids if he managed to make any given they still alive... Is Stephen Hawking one of his "bystander" progeny?
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I was a personal friend of his. I won't stand for people like you to spread falsehoods about a man who had all the best intentions and tried his best to promote the truth while dispelling the lies of the nuclear industry. Shame on you!
BTW Parkinson is not a NATURAL cause of death. If radiation is so harmless why is it used to kill cancer??? Perhaps he was eating the enriched uranium to keep his leukemia at bay. Radioactive pellets are e.g. implanted into the prostate to keep the prostate cancer at bay. Yo know shit 'bout medicine and biology. Go swimming to Fuku seaside or take vacation at the Hanford reservation yo nuclear shill...
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/05/09/hanford-plutonium-finishing-plant-tunnel-collapse-triggers-alert.html
Also - he did have children and they are alive with families of their own. Stop making wild, unfounded claims ugainst Galen just because you wish his message was untrue. Go suck your thumb or something.
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Taka - you are a complete liar and a promoter of false information. Galen Winsor did not die of leukemia. He died of OLD AGE from Parkinsons.
Show me the evidence, Jack! And show me his kids if he managed to make any given they still alive... Is Stephen Hawking one of his "bystander" progeny?
Post by f***@gmail.com
I was a personal friend of his. I won't stand for people like you to spread falsehoods about a man who had all the best intentions and tried his best to promote the truth while dispelling the lies of the nuclear industry. Shame on you!
BTW Parkinson is not a NATURAL cause of death. If radiation is so harmless why is it used to kill cancer??? Perhaps he was eating the enriched uranium to keep his leukemia at bay. Radioactive pellets are e.g. implanted into the prostate to keep the prostate cancer at bay. Yo know shit 'bout medicine and biology. Go swimming to Fuku seaside or take vacation at the Hanford reservation yo nuclear shill...
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/05/09/hanford-plutonium-finishing-plant-tunnel-collapse-triggers-alert.html
Also - he did have children and they are alive with families of their own. Stop making wild, unfounded claims ugainst Galen just because you wish his message was untrue. Go suck your thumb or something.
Where is the proof yo not a liar? Show us the pictures of his kids!

Cancer is caused by exposure to radioactivity and radioactive elements are used to treat cancer. Get used to this World controversies! E.g. my relative was treated for prostate cancer by gamma ray which gave him the bladder cancer! Cancer patients "successfully" treated by radiation usually die of hearth attack or neurodegenerative conditions like Parkinson!
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From: https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2014/04/30/nuclear-news-spectrum-galen-winsor-nuclear-scare-scam/

Mr. Galen Winsor has often been described as “a nuclear physicist of renown” by the tiny circle of nuke enthusiasts who sat through his handful of rare taped speeches. From what I’ve read, he was a self-described “cowboy from Nevada,” had a career as a Manhattan Project chemist, and did related dirty work as an on-site hard laborer.

He provides no evidence for his wild claims himself. It’s all just talk. Those who belief him are just taking his word for it. I’ll point out in this exposé that you have to be pretty ignorant to take his nonsense seriously. Moreover, -in my opinion, which grew out of doing research for this blogpost- Galen’s message ultimately has little to do with radioactivity, but everything with furthering a hidden agenda. It appears to be part of a corporate deregulation oriented psychological operation.

(*PsyOp = Psychological Operations, also known as “Military Information Support Operations” (MISO), are planned operations to convey selected information and indicators to audiences to influence their emotions, motives, objective reasoning, and ultimately the behavior of governments, organizations, groups, and individuals.

Stochastic effects occur randomly and are assumed to have no threshold dose. Their probability increases with dose. Their severity, however, does not. Moreover, there is a substantial delay between the time of exposure and the appearance of the effect. If the effect is cancer, the delay ranges from several years for leukemia to decades for solid tumors.

Watch ‘Chernobyl Heart’. Learn about the effects of Depleted Uranium used in Iraq… (etc. etc.). Again, Galen’s spewing lies.
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Mol Cell Biochem. 2005 Nov;279(1-2):97-104.

Leukemic transformation of hematopoietic cells in mice internally exposed to depleted uranium.

Miller AC1, Bonait-Pellie C, Merlot RF, Michel J, Stewart M, Lison PD.

Depleted uranium (DU) is a dense heavy metal used in military applications. During military conflicts, US military personnel have been wounded by DU shrapnel. The health effects of embedded DU are unknown. Published data from our laboratory demonstrated that DU exposure in vitro can transform immortalized human osteoblast cells (HOS) to the tumorigenic phenotype. Results from our laboratory have also shown that DU is genotoxic and mutagenic in cultured human cells. Internalized DU could be a carcinogenic risk and concurrent alpha particle and heavy metal toxic effects complicate this potential risk. Anecdotal reports have suggested that DU can cause leukemia. To better assess this risk, we have developed an in vivo leukemogenesis model. This model involves using murine hematopoietic cells (FDC-P1) that are dependent on stimulation by granulocyte-macrophage colony stimulating factor (GM-CSF) or interleukin 3 (IL-3) and injected into mice to produce myeloid leukemia. Although immortalized, these cells are not tumorigenic on subcutaneous inoculation in mice. Intravenous injection of FDC-P1 cells into DU-implanted DBA/2 mice was followed by the development of leukemias in 76% of all mice implanted with DU pellets. In contrast, only 12% of control mice developed leukemia. Karyotypic analysis confirmed that the leukemias originated from FDC-P1 cells. The growth properties of leukemic cells from bone marrow, spleen, and lymph node were assessed and indicate that the FDC-P1 cells had become transformed in vivo. The kidney, spleen, bone marrow, muscle, and urine showed significant elevations in tissue uranium levels prior to induction of leukemia. These results demonstrated that a DU altered in vivo environment may be involved in the pathogenesis of DU induced leukemia in an animal model.
PMID: 16283518


Environ Health Perspect. 2006 Jun; 114(6): 818–822.

Incidence of Leukemia, Lymphoma, and Multiple Myeloma in Czech Uranium Miners: A Case–Cohort Study

Vladimír Řeřicha,1 Michal Kulich,2 Robert Řeřicha,3 David L. Shore,4 and Dale P. Sandler5

"Exposure to radon and its progeny was associated with an increased risk of developing leukemia in underground uranium miners."
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Galen ate uranium, the Japs inhale plutonium. What a fun under the sun!

One worker at Ibaraki facility found with up to 22,000 becquerels of plutonium in lungs

Five workers have suffered internal radiation exposure, with one found with up to 22,000 becquerels of plutonium in his lungs, following an inspection accident at a nuclear research facility in Ibaraki Prefecture on Tuesday, the operator of the facility said Wednesday.

In one of the worst accidents involving internal radiation exposure in Japan, up to 5,600 to 14,000 becquerels of plutonium 239 have been detected from the other three workers, the Japan Atomic Energy Agency said.

The accident occurred at the fuel research building of the agency's Oarai Research & Development Center when a bag covering a container for nuclear fuel materials, including powder samples of plutonium and uranium, tore during inspection.

A labor standards inspection office in Ibaraki conducted an inspection Tuesday and Wednesday at the building, while the Nuclear Regulation Authority, the nuclear safety watchdog, also dispatched an inspector to the scene to check whether there were any violations of safety regulations.

The agency estimates that the amount of radiation exposure of the man with the highest level translates to up to 12 sieverts over 50 years.

The labor office believes that the man in his 50s has exceeded the annual limit of radiation exposure of 0.1 sievert in five years set for those who handle radioactive materials.

Plutonium is known to emit alpha rays for a long period, damaging surrounding organs and tissues. If it is deposited into the lungs, it could increase the risk of developing cancer.

The Japan Atomic Energy Agency has said the operation by the workers was carried out as usual.

Nuclear Regulation Authority Chairman Shunichi Tanaka said of the incident at a press conference, "Perhaps (the workers) have become too accustomed to plutonium. I urge careful handling."

"As (a level for) internal radiation exposure it's an amount unheard of," he said.

"We shouldn't downplay the situation," said NRA Commissioner Nobuhiko Ban, a specialist in radiological protection.

While none of the workers has complained of health problems so far, an official of the facility operator said it "cannot rule out the possibility of future health effects."

The five workers have been transported to the National Institute of Radiological Sciences and given medication to facilitate the discharge of radioactive materials from their bodies.

Since radioactive materials were found on hands and faces of four of the five workers, they have been decontaminated, said an official of the National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology, an umbrella organization of the National Institute of Radiological Sciences.

The workers wore masks to cover their mouths and noses but could have inhaled the radioactive materials from the small gaps between the masks and their faces.

The Japan Atomic Energy Agency has previously come under criticism for lacking safety awareness, following revelations of a massive number of equipment inspection failures at its Monju prototype fast-breeder nuclear reactor in Fukui Prefecture.

The Japanese government decided to decommission Monju last year after it has barely operated over the past two decades despite its envisioned key role in the country's nuclear fuel recycling policy.

SOURCE: https://japantoday.com/category/national/5-workers-suffer-radiation-exposure-one-with-up-to-22-000-becquerels-of-plutonium-in-his-lungs
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