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THE ATOMIC DARWINISM

First, we create the conditions that people are genetically altered and then we create the solutions that will make them even more dependent. New genetic anti leukemia drug by NOVARTIS, in the U.S. for 475,000 US Dollars: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/30/health/gene-therapy-cancer.html?mcubz=0

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Increases in perinatal mortality in prefectures contaminated by the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident in Japan: http://ebm-jp.com/wp-content/uploads/media-2016002-medicine.pdf

more: http://alfred-koerblein.de/indexengl.htm

“We each carry a load  of about four serious faults  in our DNA. We are saved from fourfold incapacitation by covering most of these faults with a normal gene from our parents.”Better medical care does not mean a bright future, the evolutions phases out each disturbance: ““H.J. Muller estimated that the genetic load accumulated in 8 human generations (∼ 240 years) living under constantly improving medical services with zero mortality rate due to natural selective forces is equivalent to that acquired in a single exposure to 200roentgen (1,8 Sievert) of gamma radiation 2 kilometers from Ground Zero in Hiroshima.”  https://tekknorg.wordpress.com/2015/09/22/the-radiation-generation/“Radiation exposure is an inevitable side-effect of our atomic energy programs, as well as of medical X-rays and of our natural environment. The Atomic Energy Commission (AEC = NRC) standards of permissible exposure (about 30 times larger than the level we experience now from atomic energy activities) would increase the natural rate of mutation about 10 percent. Over a period of generations the health costs of these additional mutations would be about $10 billion a year. This estimate and its probable uncertainty by a factor of 10 either way, needs to be factored into the economics of energy production and, more immediately, into the cost-effectiveness of the genetic research needed to plan on a basis of scientific certainty. Most of the atomic-energy related costs might even be canceled if we made sufficient efforts now to develop the countermeasures.”  Joshua LederbergLinus Pauling proved, that by fallout of the atomic and h bomb tests of 1958 15.000 children with severe hereditary error came to the world in one year. 38,000 children were born dead. 90,000 were murdered inside of the mother.Muller H J. 2014 May 12. Video – Hermann Muller (1955) – The Effect of Radiation and other Present Day Influences Upon the Human Genetic Constitution.Genetics in Geneva bookOur Load of Mutations PDF
Government Is Most Dangerous of Genetic Engineers PDFGenetic and Somatic Effects of Carbon 14 PDF

My Mari Takenouchi:

PLEASE CONDUCT GENE TEST AND EVACUATE KIDS IN FUKUSHIMA! 早急に遺伝子検査を行い、福島の子供たちを避難させてください!https://tekknorg.wordpress.com/2016/03/11/please-conduct-gene-test-and-evacuate-kids-in-fukushima-%e6%97%a9%e6%80%a5%e3%81%ab%e9%81%ba%e4%bc%9d%e5%ad%90%e6%a4%9c%e6%9f%bb%e3%82%92%e8%a1%8c%e3%81%84%e3%80%81%e7%a6%8f%e5%b3%b6%e3%81%ae/

Thyroid Cancer TODAY: “prevalence of thyroid cancer was 605 per million examinees”: http://journals.lww.com/epidem/Citation/2016/05000/Thyroid_Cancer_Detection_by_Ultrasound_Among.3.aspx

“Dr. Mettler (IAEA) learned well that solid cancers without a ten year latency period did not “count” as radiation-related under ICRP latency models. Therefore the Chernobyl thyroid cancers were seen, but not reported as radiogenic, since they were within five years of a disaster! The nuclear industry has a monopoly on radiation and human health scientific information, and its dissemination through the Universities into nuclear reactor facilities, hospital radiology laboratories and UN organizations. This poses a further serious problem. Normally, one believes the evidence at hand, rather than the theory! If one has been taught theory as fact, the situation becomes more complicated. ICRP has created an artificial “consensus” on the health effects of radiation” from: https://ratical.org/radiation/Chernobyl/CaUFtH.html

Thyroid Cancer – naturally a cancer of old people, naturally one to two cases per million people – BEFORE the atomic age.

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Radiation News:

“Over 30μSv/h was read along side the recently-reopened Route 114 in Fukushima, September 20, 2017. It’s nothing more than insane for the government to give a green light people to cross by. 6.5 years mean nothing here. Nothing at all.” quote Kaye Nagayame

 

 

= 0,03 Millisievert per hour. Run away. Normal is 2 Millisievert PER YEAR (30 micro sv per hr = 263 Millisievert per year EVACUATE)

720 bq per kg of nuclear substance has been detected in mushrooms sold at a farmers market in Nasu Shiobara City in Tochigi Prefecture. That figure is over seven times higher than the government’s standard. It came to light through an individual inspection. The market has been recalling the products and alerting customers not to consume them: http://web.archive.org/web/20170826142825/http://www3.nhk.or.jp/shutoken-news/20170825/3355481.html

“100 Bq / kg or less is safe” has NO scientific basis
Mr. Yagasaki http://okinawahinansha.wixsite.com/houshanou-kougai/single-post/2017/08/08/%E7%A6%8F%E5%B3%B6%E3%81%AE%E7%8F%BE%E7%8A%B6

“An essential factor is that sensitivity to other damaging effects of molecules, cells, organs and animals changes after exposure to low dose radiation. The indices of health of people exposed to low dose irradiation also change. The bimodal dose-dependence of the effect was illustrated by the leucoses death rate. The explanation is given in terms of the changes in the relation between the quantity of damage and the activity of repair systems induced by low dose irradiation.” https://academic.oup.com/rpd/article-abstract/62/1-2/13/3107577/Low-Intensity-Radiation-Radiobiological-Aspects?redirectedFrom=fulltext

The outlook for Japan in 2021:
Dr. Kazue Kadamori, Investigative Commitee of Atomic Bombing Victims, Hannan Chuo Hospital, Osaka, Japan, IPPNW Conference 1996 (ten Chernobyl years): How Thyroid Cancer is used by IAEA, WHO, ICRP, to conceal all other radiation induced cancers, and even thyroid cancer effects are misinterpretated:

 

 

The Japanese radiation victims (anyone who takes in radioactive food) do not suffer from “mental disorders” or “phobias”.
They suffer from the murderous lies of TEPCO, IAEA, Fukushima Medical University (a human-nuclear research lab), from the Abe government, industry, even doctors, and hospitals, and even NGOs and pseudo NGOs like the ETHOS program. It is a catastrophe in a catastrophe. Both man made. The first one attacks the body cells, the DNA, the tissue, the 2nd one attacks the thinking process.
The reality is not just irradiated. The reality is absurd, murderous and not a bit normal. Anyone who does not adapt to this real madness “suffers” from a non existant “mental disorder” or under a trauma. No! People suffer from the fact that the truth is not told to them.
The Japanese population is punished for suffering, for being sacrificed and feeling it, for showing up courage, for telling the truth, even for protecting their kids.

1. About 2 grams of radioactive cesium release radiation of 10 sievert per hour. Scale that up to become your average TEPCO high readings. Still believe high readings correspond to “fuel somewhere” – or are it rather tiny spots causing it?
2. A 1,3 billionths of a gram of Cesium 137 (4,000 becquerel) creates a load of 100 Becquerel per Kg in the body of a 40 Kg heavy child, 20 bequerel per kg cause serious damages to the cardio vascular system.
3. one millionth of a gram of plutonium-239 cause cancer. TEPCO vented 700+ kg to the outside.
4. Polonium 210: A lethal dose of 2 Sieverts would be delivered by inhalation of less than 5 nanograms of the isotope (4.7 x 10-9 grams or 4.7 billionths of a gram).
WHEN SMALL BECOMES BIG
There are no LOW doses of radiation.
It is always the same energy.

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妊娠中の日本人女性の避難すぐ

It was Muller, who brought the Atomic Darwinism indirectly into the light of awarness:

“H.J. Muller estimated that the genetic load accumulated in 8 human generations (∼ 240 years) living under constantly improving medical services with zero mortality rate due to natural selective forces is equivalent to that acquired in a single exposure to 200roentgen (1,8 Sievert) of gamma radiation 2 kilometers from Ground Zero in Hiroshima.” http://arxiv.org/pdf/1301.4299.pdf

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All quotes are from:

Our load of mutations by H.J. Muller: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1716299/

And since the death rate is a kind of index of the total damage which the gene occasions, it also follows that, paradoxically, the grade of detriment caused by a gene in the average individual in which it manifests itself is not correlated with the total amount of damage it does in the entire population.

More recently, without at the time being aware of Haldane’s approach to this particular point, the present writer gave a statement of it in terms of the individual mutation, noting that each detrimental mutant gene, no matter how slight its phenotypic effect, produces, on the average, one eventual half-death of a zygote, or what may be termed one genome-death, when it acts as a recessive in causing elimination, and one complete zygote death, i.e. two genome deaths, when acting as a dominant

The use of ionizing radiation and of radioactive materials is increasing and promises to continue increasing to such an extent, both in medical treatment and diagnosis, and in commerce and industry, even without considering military affairs in this connection, that unless more caution is exercised than at present the majority of the population may in each successive generation have its gonads exposed to enough radiation to raise. the mutation rate by a significant amount, such as 25% or 50%

Yet despite the fact that the evidence of a short-term rise in mutation rate is so hidden, the total amount of damage caused to all. later generations by even a moderate rise, confined to one parental generation, would if gathered together be seen to be enormous. Thus only a 25% rise in mutation rate for one generation would, in a population of 100,000,000 per generation whose usual spontaneous rate was only 1 mutant gene in 10 germ cells, cause the eventual “genetic death” of 5,000,000 individuals, scattered throughout scores of generations. It would probably cause, in addition, hundreds of millions to be slightly more afflicted than they would otherwise have been, i.e. to have their viability lowered by an average of some 2 or 3%. These effects are hidden only because distributed over so many generations and because so intermingled with those of other factors. Moreover, once the mutations have been produced, they will take their eventual toll despite all counteracting measures that may hereafter be instituted, short of a consciously directed selection.

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Thus, in a population of 100,000,000, a rise of mutation rate of only 0.025, confined to just one generation, would in the course of centuries result in 5,000,000 genetically caused extinctions, and in a vastly greater number of individuals who were detrimentally affected to a slight extent.

Thus, if an average of 100 r were applied to the germ cells of the whole population for an indefinitely long period and finally lowered the equilibrium fitness by 10%, then the application of 100 r to just one generation would have a total genetic effect equivalent to the lowering of the average fitness of exactly one whole generation by, 10% (implying with this an increment of 10% in its genetic deaths). Actually, however, these 10%0 of deaths and these forty (i) times as numerous slight shortcomings would be diluted by being spread out over scores of generations. If then we knew this relationship we should have to put the further question: would the benefits of applying just these particular practices, rather than such substitutes or modifications of them as would nothave thisgenetic effect, be worth so large a price?

We see then that although there is some possibility that the studies in Japan may obtain evidence of the induction of mutations, it is certainly premature to say, as some persons have done, that they will afford a definitive test of the genetic effectiveness of radiation in man. Assertions have in fact been made that if positive results are not found there, this will have a salutary influence in quieting public fears concerning the genetic dangers of radiation. It should therefore be reiterated that existing knowledge is not only enough now to make it more likely that no definitely positive effects will be found than that they will, but also enough to make it quite sure that such failure to obtain positive results would not give valid support for the view, thus far based only on wishful thinking, that the amount of effect is insignificant.

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It might be imagined however that the average person would be very unlikely to receive a dose of radiation great enough to raise the mutation rate by 0.025. But it takes a total dose of only about 50 r, when applied to the immature germ cells of Drosophila, to cause this much rise, and only 25 r when applied to mature germ cells. Moreover, the data from mice, although entirely too scanty, do indicate so far as they go that the induced mutation rate in mammals is of the same order of magnitude as in Drosophila. Now 50 r is an amount of radiation that a person’s gonads are not at all unlikely to receive under modern conditions. And the use of radiation is increasing in so many ways that, within a few decades, people whose gonads have not been exposed to this much total radiation, in the entire period from their conception to the time they reproduce, may be comparatively rare. A single fluoroscopic “screening” has been estimated to deliver to the skin about 75′ r, on the average (Martin, 1947), and’although but a fraction of this reaches the gonads it would not take very many such examinations to deliver 50 r to them. Again, an increasing number of women are having their ovaries deliberately treated with 300 r for the purpose of rupturing refractory Graafian follicles, i.e. to induce’ovulation (see for instance Haman, 1947), and the practice of having the testes treated with 500 r for the purpose of delaying the possibility of conception for several years is said to be increasing in popularity among men.

As yet,-there is much resistance to such measures when they are proposed. Indeed, even the “permissible level” of 0.3 r per week which has recently become commonly recognized (but not so commonly followed), and which repre-‘ sents a considerably more cautious standard than the long-accepted “tolerance’ dose” of 0.1 r per day that preceded it, would allow 15 r a year. Hence it would allow delivery of 50 r in the course of only three’ and a third years.

Moreover, since, as previously explained, the human mutation rate is probably not far from its critical level, even mild influences may turn out to be of more significance than has been suspected, in relation to the mutational load of mankind.

For example, if 100 r, applied as an average to a whole populations indefinitely, causes a 10%o lowering of average fitness and a corresponding 10% increment of genetic deaths, then this 100 r applied to the germ cells of just one individual who will later reproduce by an average amount will cause, again on the average, a total lowering of fitness of his descendants equal to the lowering of fitness of one descendant by 010%, and will, correspondingly, give a 10% risk of one genetic extinction, occurring at some unknown point in his line of succession. Nevertheless, if we have thereby raised the level of life of the exposed individual himself to such a degree that the effect, when averaged out over his own lifetime, would amount to more than 10%o, then we were in fact justified-provided we could not have attained this benefit by means that were safer for his descendants. And the same kind of considerations must be the guide in decisions concerning whether or not a given individual should undertake reproduction, when he is known to have certain genetic shortcomings.

Nevertheless, they are numerous enough to be collectively important, in the great majority of individuals, and, untreated, they must lead to the “genetic death,” or extinction, of a sizeable proportion-at least some 20%, to be conservative, of the population. On the other hand, if these weaknesses are mitigated or “cured” and in consequence proceed to perpetuate themselves to a greater degree than before, they must eventually, after very many generations, result in a new equilibrium, in which the population harbors and is being treated for correspondingly more of them than before, and in which there is again, despite all these treatments, just as large a proportion meeting genetic extinction as there was originally. At the same time, the amount of genetically caused suffering short of extinction will also have become comparable with what it had been originally

On the basis of existing data in man, supported by evidence from Drosophila, the total human mutation rate is judged to be probably not less than one newly arisen mutant gene in 10 germ cells, on the average, and not more than one in 2 germ cells.

My thoughts: https://tekknorg.wordpress.com/2014/04/14/nuclear-energy-programs-the-genetic-wipeout-in-10-generations/

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