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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Nuclear Cartel Modelled as a Cult, Chasing the "Precious"

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HoTaters, I know someone at Hanford. I will not say what their job is but they have worked for the govt there for a long long time.

I do believe there is a cult like psychology that most Hanford workers end up imprinted with. We need to understand that the people working at Hanford, and other nuke sites, depend upon that job for a paycheck. They do not want to lose their job for saying anything negative about nuclear.

There are pro nuclear cheerleaders at the top of the pyramid who make TON$ of $$$$. They indoctrinate their subordinates and the brainwashing trickles down each level it seems. Even though people who work with nuclear are often intelligent in many regards, they have been duped by the same bogus nuclear health risk propaganda that the general public has been duped by.

The key to destroying the myth of "nuclear safety" is to lean upon the studies by Dr. Caldicott, Dr. Mangano, Dr. Busby and many of the other honest doctors and researchers who have accurately proven just how dangerous nuclear truly is.

The poor workers at Hanford might suspect they have not been told the entire truth but COGNITIVE DISSONANCE has closed off their mind to anything that could challenge the pro nuclear health risk modelling that they have been surrounded by their entire career.

Let us activists spread the truth about the health risks of nuclear far and wide. Dr Goodheart often cites very useful studies that will help our cause.
Peace,
BRF


20 comments:

  1. Actually people get in this line of work because its challenging scientific and technological endeavors for human security on a very large scale. You have to understand the History of Technology as a discipline and how atomic applications fit in the grand scheme of things. People are motivated by events greater than themselves. Its a noble endeavor

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    1. In your "humble" opinion, laughing out loud...

      God does not appreciate those who abuse atoms

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    2. God put animal, vegetables, and minerals on earth so man came glorify Him. All are radioactive to a degree. You have a beef with God? Take it up with Him.

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  2. Busby, Mangano, Caldicott are not honorable people.

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    1. Not honorable, but heroic.

      Those who spin lies are not Honorable, and by that I mean the nukists who continually promote cheap lies.

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    2. What you call lies are truths, and vice versa. There is no honor in filling unknowing people's heads with spin. They say the truth shall set you free. I have been free for a long long time.

      Antinukes have actually led to a planet in worse shape than they found it. Much much more actual radiation put in the atmosphere from replacement coal. Ironic.

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    3. Men of the Nuclear Cult try to act as God by carrying out atomic fission to create their precious PLUTONIUM. Nuclear fission has never been about "honor" and it most certainly is not "noble" in any way. Nuclear is slow certain DEATH. We do not need nuclear. We have NEVER needed nuclear. Criminal war mongers and the Banksters who back them need nuclear fission to produce thier precious PLUTONIUM for nuke weapons so they can hold the entire planet hostage under the threat of nuclear holocaust. The nuker cultists, such as cult member "loose nukes", come forward with some insane drivel about nuclear nobility and honor lol. Is murdering babies honorable?? Is poisoning the environment noble?? Is producting Weapons of Mass Destruction a noble and honorable pursuit?? Nuclear is a ludicrous waste of money and it is giving everyone cancer. Nuclear sciences need to be permanently banned. The wastes need to be cleaned up. The nuclear cult leaders must be criminally prosecuted for lying about the deadly contamination they have knowingly and negligently spread around in their pursuit of profits... and PLUTONIUM!!!
      Ban Reactors Forever
      Clean up the Rad Waste
      Death Sentences for Nukers

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    4. Indeed, they chase the "precious" whilst thinking they are doing something noble. SAD Species Assured Destruction

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    5. The "precious"? What is that mean? Precious is something valued. I value knowledge. That's what I chase, in reputable institutions.

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    6. You come here every day, including weekends, and you are so dense that you have not figured out the "precious" that you are chasing? Google "Gollum"

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    7. I know what you think it means. To me is valuable and noble. I'll make several million dollars over the next decade. Enough to pay considerable taxes and push the,state of the art in all sorts of applications.

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  3. Until the Nuclear Industry is forced to allow independent inspectors access to every site we will be left with having to trust Pro Industry information that has proven to be wrong all too often.

    If Hanford or San Onofre had independent inspectors they would have become multi-billion dollar debacles, so for the cost savings alone, it is time to demand access to all sites by independent inspectors, otherwise what can we expect except they must be hiding something from US.

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    1. Exactly Capt D, Hanford's failed vitrification plant is now PROVEN as we see that WE the PEOPLE have been forced to pay BECHTEL over $15 BILLION for NOTHING!!! If nuke power was so great and cost competitive then why are they making WE the PEOPLE pay for their insurance under the government's Price Anderson act?? Nuclear is sooooooo ridiculously risky that no sane insurance company will touch them. Now the predictably stupid waste reprocessing plant in Savannah River is failing. Nuclear is the worst mistake in the history of mankind; to date. Hanford waste treatment: FAIL.
      WIPP waste storage: FAIL.
      Savannah River waste processing: FAIL
      Nuclear power plants everywhere: FAIL

      When this evil science is long dead and buried it will still be killing our great great great grandkids and mutating our descendants for millions of years. The greedy criminal nuclear cult members of this generation will be looked upon with contempt and derision FOREVER!!!

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    2. Nuclear is the least risky of all electricity generation when you apply the proper definition of risk.

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    3. So you think the existing independent oversight isn't independent? You haven't been at a nuclear site to experience day to day ops. You just take your view from the alternate press. The reason your kind, that being hacktivists are not allowed on these sites has everything to do with security. Many can not pass security muster. It's important.

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    4. I am sure that the NRC has some working level inspectors that really put in an honest effort. But at the top reaches of the NRC, the overall global effect of the corruption and capture shows up quite clearly, and negatively for all the citizens of the USA and beyond.

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    5. Actually it's not as you say. If you went over to NRC HQ you would see how inclusive they are to the public. I think people that think the agency is captured really never took the time or effort to participate in the process. The Government in Sunshine Act was specifically designed for public participation. If the NRC didn't care about protecting the public it would not even bother accommodating people at local meetings. How many people participate in FAA or CDC procedings. Government for the people only works if people participate and not just bitch and moan.

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    6. Ya, like the pimped out named "blue ribbon commission", back slapping like a bunch of drunk fraternity boys, out of the gate.

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    7. Have you ever participated in observing Congress? Anyone can get in a Fed building in DC to observe and even participate. "Public comment period" is just that. It's a good thing to bring a kid to DC to get them involved in thinking about how the process works. There are all sorts of opportunities for participating. Many cry "captured agency" yet refuse to participate.

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    8. Have you ever participated in observing Congress? Anyone can get in a Fed building in DC to observe and even participate. "Public comment period" is just that. It's a good thing to bring a kid to DC to get them involved in thinking about how the process works. There are all sorts of opportunities for participating. Many cry "captured agency" yet refuse to participate.

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