From Hell To Veins

March 17, 2011

Back On Board

Filed under: HOME — nwqfk @ 3:15 p03

The Trifecta disater in Japan took me off my project and now I am going to get started on publishing the ‘Neo’ Social Network piece I am covering.

BTW if you know someone with a ‘compatible’ Geiger counter (particularly someone in Hawaii or Alaska)

Go to www.radiationnetwork.com get the software and set up a ‘real time’ radiation monitoring station.

Thank you.

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2 Comments »

  1. John,
    Good to hear…I have also been getting back to it on my blog as well. This Japan incident is really tragic and amazingly suspicious in my mind. The Governments have been covering up the severity of the radiation leak since day 1. This, to me, is the worst radiation leak in history already and will only get worse from here.

    Very sad.

    Comment by Ken — March 18, 2011 @ 3:15 p03 | Reply

    • This Japanese disaster has all the earmarks of the BP disaster / cover up. Idiot officials are waving ‘magic wands’ saying… “NO DANGER of radiation poisoning to be concerned with”. I would have bought into that position, even a little, had the US government used their very sophisticated ‘solid State Nuclear Radiation Sensors’ to test the ACTUAL radiation levels in various locations in the pacific. EASY for them to do.

      As usual when a ‘REAL’ emergency happens government rolls over and plays dead. While over hyping men in turbans as a pretext to destroy the U.S. constitution.

      Comment by nwqfk — March 18, 2011 @ 3:15 p03 | Reply


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