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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Fresh Fission Radiation Release in Europe -- Deadly Iodine 131 Detected by Multiple Agencies

stock here.   They are detecting particulate iodine, and thus gaseous iodine is around 6 times larger.

A significant accident occurred.   The ramifications are that it is from a fresh fissioning source, because the I-131 half life is 8 days.....it goes away fast.    What is not said that if partiuclate iodine is detected, as it has been, that all the usual suspects are also released

1) Stontium
2) Plutonium
3) Cesium, and more.

They release location is "a mystery" however, using the radiation dispersion programs like "speedi" that used for Fukushima (and covered up the results, and didn't release the KI protection pills) would provide evidence of location.    Simply run the program in reverse mode and the source should be obvious.

If it was Russia, they would definitely be reporting the "reverse speedi" results.   Unless of course "they" don't want the public to know that they can pinpoint a radiation release source with the speedi software.   Look at the average I-131 around the highly polluting Oak Ridge back in the day, note those are picocuries.

The worst release in Europe, NOW, is 2500 times worse that the worst release from Oak Ridge.




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http://www.irsn.fr/EN/newsroom/News/Pages/20170213_Detection-of-radioactive-iodine-at-trace-levels-in-Europe-in-January-2017.aspx

Monday, February 13, 2017

Makaha Beach -- Shot With the Canon D6 at 300mm -- Radiation Not Apparent

So I am in Hawaii for a goodly amount of solar work.   My Christmas present to myself is a Canon D6 pro-grade camera and a few lens, speedlites, shoe mounted flashes that can trigger other flashes, and a remote release and interval timer, and a high quality tripod and a monopod.  

It performed exceptionally well at Red Rock Canyon.    And shooting directly into the sun, with a UV filter, also did quite well yesterday in my 1.5 hours on the beach to avoid baking my pasty white skin.  

It looks so beautiful, what a shame that sociopathic powers that be refuse to properly address the Fukushima radiation problem.    Whale count coming up in less than 2 weeks.   It will be interesting.

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LOL a nice "water witch" look as the water integrates with her dress


Monday, February 6, 2017

Dr. Mercola and Dr. Wunsch on the Dangers of LED Lights

This is some amazing stuff, if true. Dr. Mercola does a good jobs of emphasizing the important stuff that might fly clear over your head. LED light is not so much evil, but just not what you need for efficient energy production. Only 30% of our ATP energy comes from food. I haven't run this to ground, but wanted to place this information into the blog to avoid losing it. Having good immune systems and good energy are essential in order to thrive in the toxic environment that is likely to only get worse.

Sunday, February 5, 2017

A Poll On Trumps Travel Bans

free polls

Whistleblower Scientists -- We Need More to Come Out -- Scientist Blows The Lid On Global Warming Lies

Fake news is back also

We knew this too.  Another conspiracy turned fact.   I grabbed the HADCRUT data from 1880 to
2014 and plotted it and ran stats on them.     I also let you download the actually spreadsheet.    See lower link.



Scientists have been paid to lie, it is rampant throughout government.    Great excuse to reduce their labor force.    You lie and get caught, you lose your job and your pension.   

You are aware of another scientist lying, and don’t report it, you lose your job and your pension.



The Mail on Sunday today reveals astonishing evidence that the organization that is the world’s leading source of climate data rushed to publish a landmark paper that exaggerated global warming and was timed to influence the historic Paris Agreement on climate change.

Real news, real facts.   

https://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/2014/08/global-warming-real-information-from.html

Last year was an El Nino, a big one, it was hot.

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Monday, January 30, 2017

Humpback Whales In Hawaii -- Missing In Action -- Second Year in a Row

Hey y'all.   I am heading off to Hawaii next week and stay through March.     I will be "applying" to be a volunteer for the Feb 25, Oahu Count.

stock <at} hawaii.rr.com


Nukepro did a ton of stories on the whales last year.   They were suspiciously absent and we called it out.




We watched whale cam after whale cam, and didn't see a single whale on those cams.   

Mainstream "Everyone" started making up excuses for the whales.   Of course the whales are a huge part of the tourist industry, but even the researchers started lying, I called it Whale Gate and it did play out like that.

We also watched as many Youtube videos as we could find.   We noted that the whale song was different, more lugubrious, less of a song than a screech. 

And the movements and surface activity, we pointed out that it was far less active, far less breeches.   Just search for "whale" in the search box, and you can see how I was pounding on these topics.  

Then I went to Hawaii and found the same thing, hardly a whale sighting at the beach, when in past years, it was very common.  
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Now the conspiracies come home to roost.    Whale Trust Maui verifies that all my conspiracy theories, were in fact, Conspiracy Fact.



https://whaletrust.org/2017-a-critical-year-for-humpbacks-in-hawaii/

The winter of 2016, in terms of the sheer number of whales and the behavior of whales on breeding grounds across the North Pacific, was undeniably one of the strangest on record. There were noticeably fewer whales, changes in migration patterns (the breeding season started later and ended earlier), dramatic changes in behavior (less surface activity associated with mating strategies, longer downtimes), and fewer mothers and calves observed. In Hawaii, we speculated that far fewer females had shown up than usual. If indeed this is true, where were they? Did they not migrate as far south as usual? Did they stay on or around the feeding grounds? If so, how has will this affect reproduction going forward?
 We have no idea what happened in 2016 or why. One aberrant season does not warrant a crisis. However, what it did emphasize was an almost shocking lack of knowledge about these animals, and the stark recognition of a large gap in current research efforts. Systematic monitoring on the abundance of whales on breeding grounds has become nearly obsolete over the past ten years. Without collecting this kind of consistent baseline data it is impossible to determine just how different from “normal” 2016 really was.
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2016 showed less than half of the whales of 2015

Over 100 citizen scientists worked with Pacific Whale Foundation researchers on Saturday, February 27, 2016 during the Great Whale Count. They recorded a total of 732 humpback whale sightings off the coast of Maui, including 83 calves. This year's count had significantly fewer sightings than the 2015 count, which recorded 1,488 whales (99 of which were calves).

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Whale Cams

http://jupiterfoundation.org/live-whales-web-cam.shtml
 Puako

 http://www.mauisands.com/mauisands/maui_webcam/

http://livesurfcamhawaii.com/maui/maui.html





One tour company had this to say in 2017 via email



Aloha Stock

We're having fantastic whale activity this year. Check us out on TripAdvisor for reports from recent whalewatchers. Hope to have you join us!

Best,
Alison



Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Big Pharma Skeletons In The Closet by Martin Shkreli

Pharma Skeletons

 

 

http://www.pharmaskeletons.com/

Welcome to Pharma Skeletons, by Martin Shkreli.
Stephen Ubl,

Don't you dare point your finger at me for the pharmaceutical industry's troubles. It turns out we've all made some unpopular moves.

Abbvie/Abbott
Abbott still raises the price of Humira, every year. This is despite Humira being the best selling drug on the planet.

Allergan
Allergan pretends 10% price increases make sense in a no-inflation environment. Just assume no one can do math. A big price increase on a small product is worse than small increases on big products, right?
But everyone else is the bad actor, not us.
Don't forget the inversion to avoid taxes, as well as their attempt to reverse merge with Pfizer to take them out of the U.S. tax system as well.
Remember that this is the company that does not do any R&D -- they buy-in and call that "open science". Open bullshit.

Amgen
The company hasn't had a science-oriented CEO in decades. Their R&D productivity is pathetic.

Avanir
We sell... cough syrup? We got a patent on the cough syrup for pseudobulbar affect. Somehow it got FDA approved.
It's not a big selling drug or anything, but we need lobbying.

Bayer
We raise prices on drugs by 100%+ but no one notices.

Biogen
Tecfidera was a cheap drug available overseas.
New drug costs $750,000 its first year and ~$300,000 every year thereafter. Daraprim is $25,000 one time. Get mad!
Biogen doesn't fool anyone into thinking they're "innovative".

Biomarin
Kuvan doesn't cost much in Europe.

Bristol-Myers
It sure is easy to pretend you're a model citizen when your company went through a pretty ugly period fifteen years ago.

Celgene

Eli Lilly

Esperion

Genentech
Some things never change.
With that said, Genentech is an awesome science-driven company who had a card-carrying scientist CEO.

GSK
Do we even do pharma anymore? Consumer head now runs our business.
We sold off our crappy old drugs to "price gougers".

Horizon
LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL. Deep breath. Resume laughing. LOLOLOLOLOL.
Doing a Freidreich's study that couldn't have worked doesn't count as R&D that will magically absolve you.
Horizon is another tax avoider. Ireland headquarters. So much pharma talent there.

Jazz
This is a really smart shareholder-focused company. But if you are looking for the vanguard of R&D, keep looking.
Jazz is another "Dublin" headquartered company.

Johnson & Johnson
J&J has had a very hard time making their OTC medicines.
Writing about J&J transgressions will take some time.

Lundbeck
Because when your patent is expiring: TRY THE ISOMER!

Mallinckrodt
Really? Acthar's 65,000% price increase represents your values but Turing doesn't?
Gosh, I'm so upset my portfolio companies aren't a part of your trade group.
Tax avoider? Check. Ireland.

Marathon
Bro. These guys invented price increases. I literally learned it from them.

Merck
CEO is a lawyer. He was in senior management during the Vioxx scandal and was promoted.
Schering-Plough consent decree was an interesting time.

Novartis
Maybe the one honest, well-run company in pharma?

Novo Nordisk
Some price increases here if you look hard enough. Like, if you look at all.

Orexigen
I suggest they spend less money on dues and try to get profitable.

Pfizer
They raise price sometimes.
One of the most unproductive R&D groups in the history of pharmaceuticals.
"Pfizer fined $106 million fine for imposing a 2600% price hike"

Purdue
I know absolutely no one who blames this company for the opioid epidemic.
I doubt they even promote OxyContin.

Sanofi
Couple of price increases here, I think.


Just a reminder.
You: Washington Lobbyist piece of shit.
Me: A guy who has done R&D and started two drug companies. When you learn what a nitrogen atom is, you can talk about me.
USPTO 8673883
USPTO 9181286

Turing is a small company researching drugs for rare diseases that no one else wants to. All of your member companies, with a few humorous exceptions, have billions of dollars and don't need price increases. I'm sorry if my company's and patients' survival is inconvenient to your gigantic income streams.
Look in the mirror. This website took me half an hour to make, just 'membering a few moments from the past. Pharma is a wonderful industry that does great things, but trying to throw me under the bus is foolish. Let me remind you 90% of your members' CEOs could not hold a candle to me in scientific knowledge, achievements or wealth and entrepreneurial achievements.
90% of you are the same as you, Mr. Ubl, slick guys in suits who make a living spewing bullshit. Also keep in mind that I took a very low or zero salary at all of my companies. Your CEOs enjoy the fat paychecks they receive from price increases. I put my money from price increases into research. Half of big pharma CEOs could not tell you the first thing about science. Maybe focus on changing that before you point at me and make false statements.


Martin Shkreli

Founder of Turing Pharmaceuticals AG
Founder of Retrophin, Inc.
Co-Inventor of a new series of pantothenate analogs for the treatment of pantothenate kinase associated neurodegeneration, a lethal pediatric illness
Licensor and innovator of sparsentan, the first endothelin antagonist for focal segmental glomerulosclerosis, a rare pediatric kidney disease
Co-Inventor of a new series of molecules for the treatment of Canavan Disease
Co-Inventor of a new series of molecules for the treatment of Lafora Disease
Inventor of a fusion protein platform for the treatment of several rare genetic disorders
Co-Inventor of a potential treatment for SLO Syndrome
Ask about me. I wish you would.

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