James A. Van Allen Enigma
It was in 1958 when James A. Van Allen asked the U.S. military to send his Geiger counter experiments 100,000 miles into space. His eventual finding was the two lethal radiation belts that now bear his name the Van Allen Radiation Belts. He warned future space travellers they would have to race through these two zones on their way to outer planets. “All manned space flight attempts must steer clear of these two belts of radiation until adequate means of safeguarding the astronauts has been developed” he said.
The next year 1959 President John F. Kennedy told a group of students and dignitaries at Rice University in Houston that it was America’s destiny to put a man on the moon by the end of the decade. With that statement, the space race become a game, worth 30 billion in taxpayer dollars. National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA), part of the Department of Defence and the CIA, became the custodian of Kennedy’s dream.
The International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) and the National Committee on Radiation Protection (NCRP) had established low “permissible doses” of radiation at levels that were consistent with living on earth. But the dose the astronauts would receive in a few minutes would equal the dose received on Earth in a year. NASA had a problem: build a spacecraft with shielding from the deadly radiation that would also be able to get off the ground – impossible.
NASA’s answer to the seemingly intractable was to request the two regulatory bodies to modify their existing standards for space flight. NASA then proclaimed that a simple aluminium skin on the command module was enough to protect astronauts from lethal doses of radiation, when the actual requirement was two inches of lead. The astronauts however took the advice onboard, plunged through the radiation belts and history tells us that they had no ongoing health effects. One question overshadows all others, why is there no need for shielding in space were the astronauts, according to Van Allen, are awash with radiation?
When questioned Van Allen claimed his Scientific American article in 1959 was merely “popular science.” But NASA had announced that a simple aluminium skin on the command module was enough to protect astronauts from lethal doses of radiation? Van Allen replied that NASA was quite right and paradoxically that his original findings also stood firm. The only way to justify this is if the danger from radiation is grossly exaggerated. Thanks to The Van Allen Enigma By Phylis and James Collier
Back to NASA: All of the following video links have been taken down but I’m sure the reader will get the gist of it. It appears that a NASA engineer was unable to figure-out how the Apollo astronauts managed to get through the radiation belts unscathed.:
(VIDEO) NASA’s Orion Engineer Admits They Can’t Get Past Van Allen Radiation Belts http://21stcenturywire.com/wp-conten…GO-230×115.png (Broken)
March 14, 2015 By 21wire 58 Comments
21st Century Wire says… ‘If this does not get the skeptics going wild on the moon debate, we don’t know what will. In the video presentation above, NASA engineer Kelly Smith explains about many of the risks and pitfalls surrounding the new Orion Deep Space Mission to the planet Mars.
Surprisingly, chief among Kelly’s concerns is whether or not his spacecraft can successfully pass through the perilous Van Allen Radiation Belts. Such is the prospective danger in fact, that NASA will have to send a dummy craft first in order to ‘test out’ what the potential radiation effects will be on future human crews, as well as on the ship’s delicate sensors and equipment.’
Hold on. Why the guessing game by NASA? Why don’t they just use the same 1969 technology they are said to have used on the first Apollo moon missions?
SuperPerformance72 explains, “This video released by NASA about the upcoming Orion space exploration craft, shows a NASA scientist admitting that they still haven’t worked out how to properly shield the spacecraft from the radiation emitted from the Van Allen belts.”
Orion will be equipped with a radiation-sensing instrument integrated into the vehicle called the Hybrid Electronic Radiation Assessor, or HERA, to provide a warning if crew members need to take shelter in the case of a radiation event, such as a solar flare. To protect themselves, astronauts will position themselves in the central part of the crew module largely reserved for storing items they’ll need during flight and create a shelter using the stowage bags on board. The method protects the crew by increasing mass directly surrounding them, and therefore making a denser environment that solar particles would have to travel through, while not adding mass to the crew module itself.
Read it all and weep at: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/scientists-and-engineers-evaluate-orion-radiation-protection-plan
This has got to be some kind of sick joke unless NASA was told that the radiation was harmless??? There’s more to this than “We didn’t go to the Moon”. Follow the money and ask yourself what is more lucrative than a trip to the Moon or Mars?
Galen Winsor: The Nuclear Scare Scam
If you go to this video’s home page scroll down to the links below and see how many of them are broken!
“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.” https://www.libertariannews.org/2012/06/27/man-eats-uranium-drinks-and-swims-in-reactor-water-ignites-plutonium-in-his-bare-hand/
Now compare this guy:
The Poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko
Wiki says: “Alexander Litvinenko was a former officer of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) and KGB, who fled from court prosecution in Russia and received political asylum in the United Kingdom. On 1 November 2006, Litvinenko suddenly fell ill and was hospitalized. He died three weeks later, becoming the first confirmed victim of lethal polonium-210-induced acute radiation syndrome.”
Wiki: “Polonium was discovered in 1898 by Marie and Pierre Curie, when it was extracted from the uranium ore pitchblende and identified solely by its strong radioactivity: it was the first element to be so discovered. Polonium was named after Marie Curie’s homeland of Poland. Polonium has few applications, and those are related to its radioactivity: heaters in space probes, antistatic devices, and sources of neutrons and alpha particles. It is a radioactive element, and extremely dangerous to humans.”
Wiki contradicts itself: “Unlike most common radiation sources, polonium-210 emits very little gamma radiation (the low intensity gamma ray at an energy of 803 keV is the most prominent), but large amounts of alpha particles which do not penetrate even a sheet of paper or the epidermis of human skin, and is therefore relatively invisible to common radiation detectors such as Geiger counters. This explained why tests conducted by doctors and Scotland Yard at the hospital with Geiger counters were negative. Both gamma rays and alpha particles are classified as ionizing radiation which can cause radiation damage. An alpha-emitting substance can cause significant damage only if ingested or inhaled, acting on living cells like a short-range weapon. Hours before his death, Litvinenko was tested for alpha-emitters using special equipment” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poisoning_of_Alexander_Litvinenko#Poison
Above we we have the video showing Galen Winsor eating uranium that contains polonium. He tells us that uranium will not desolve in stomach acid – in other words it will pass through the digestive system and exit within a couple of days. As uranium contains polonium we would expect that polonium also cannot be digested. Additionally we are told by Wiki that: ” Unlike most common radiation sources, polonium-210 emits very little gamma radiation but large amounts of alpha particles which do not penetrate even a sheet of paper or the epidermis of human skin.” en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poisoning_of_Alexander_Litvinenko#Poison
So how did it manage to poison and kill Litvinenko ?
Wiki: ” Due to the short half-life of all its isotopes, its natural occurrence is limited to tiny traces of the fleeting polonium-210 (with a half-life of 138 days) in uranium ores, as it is the penultimate daughter of natural uranium-238.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polonium
Polonium is the last thing in the world any mad or sane person (they would need access to a nuclear lab) would use to slip into someone’s tea with murder in mind. The following link shows a level of incompetence that beggars belief. The murderers of Litvinenko left a trail of polonium half way across London. The sheer stupidity of the assassins reminds us of a more recent poisoning of Russians that was equally bizarre…
Anything as crazy as the above can only be linked to Gold, Oil and Dollars the usual suspects, it’s about money and power and that’s never logical. I only realised that energy prices were closely linked when I had a multi fuel burner installed. When the price of coal increased so did the price of logs and this is closely linked to the price of petrol, diesel, electricity and gas. So if the price of nuclear energy and electricity is zero (as suggested by Galen Winsor in the video above) after the cost of infrastructure it still has to be the same price as other energy sources. This is to instil the idea that nothing is for free when in actuality it is free. The dangerous radiation scam is to discourage anyone wishing to cash-in on the bonanza or to build their own bomb. Basically it’s about maintaining the status quo – that the wealth and power stays with the usual suspects. What we see above is the convoluted confusion that ensues from the deceit.