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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Failure of the USA Radiation Monitoring System -- Follow The Money, Cover Up the Fukushima Debacle

I came across this website and didn't want to lose it.    I have not vetted all the information at this site, but it appears to be an eye opener into Radnet.

I used to follow Radnet extensively, even pulling data into my webpage for an easy scan of all the sites in the US.   Amazingly, 2 days after I completed that task, they jiggered all their information into a much less useable format.   It seemed very intentional to me.

Then later, they stopped presenting all Beta monitoring (Strontium is a Beta emitter), and they blamed it on unreliable cellular service.  Seriously.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

27 Psychiatrists and Mental Health "Experts" Write A Book to Show Trump Is Dangerous

This is VERY DRAFT.    The article and a good rebuttal are included, as well as names of 6 of the so called 27 experts.   I am hoping people can put in a half hour or so and dig deeper for more of the authors or for specific links on authors to show their background and actions.

Consider this.   America is now down trodden with mental illness, way over medicated with dangerous stuff that sometimes helps depression, but we also find that mass murderers are very commonly on psychiatric drugs.

And the whole "Mental Health" industry is OK with this.   Turns a blind eye to it, participates in it, is complicit with the Pharmaceutical industry.    To call most of them "experts" when this obvious huge grievous disservice to the public is being foisted on them, is an insult to "science".

But per the snippets we are allowed to see, they are going to, from afar, diagnose the President of the United States, Trump, as
  1. Impulsive
  2. Unbridled and extreme present hedonism
  3. Pathological narcissism
  4. Paranoia taken to an extreme
  5. Sociopathy
  6. “Malignant normality” that can set in everyday life if psychiatrists do not speak up.
  7. Trump is so dangerous, his various insanity are contagious and you can "catch it"
Those are some strong words.    Let's see what they really mean, at the bottom of this article.


stock here: There are battle lines drawn.   It's the recent 4 decades old push by the Globalists, the Zionists (mostly Jews) who have needed to weaken America and Europe, in order to roll out a One World Government that is much stronger than the UN, even though they use the UN for current purposes.

Lots of smart and caring people get sucked into the diatribe, too.    A pre-disposition to lean one way in thinking, was co-opted by the Globalist cause, and manipulated into a tool further the Centralized World Government control scheme.

So when I saw promotion of this book coming out in October, I figured it would be worth a little expert to look into these "Experts" and see what their backgrounds were.   It was funny that it took little more than 30 minutes to get a pretty clear view and trend.

It's a "Liberal" thing.    The Liberal "cause" has been co-opted by the Globalists that be.    The liberals don't realize their role in multi-point strategy to bring America to it's knees, to eliminate the Constitution, and the resilient, morally grounded, Christian middle class, at least eliminate their financial stability and overall opportunity for action.

So we discuss this article to pre-announce the "book", quote below.

Then I try to find the names of the 27 contributors.   I found 6.

But right after the book quote below I want to show some critiques of the article (highlighted in red), which were nicely done and eliminated a lot of work that I would have had to do.  

Philip Zimbardo and Rosemary Sword, for instance, explain Trump’s impulsivity in terms of “unbridled and extreme present hedonism.” Craig Malkin writes on pathological narcissism and politics as a lethal mix. Gail Sheehy, on a lack of trust that exceeds paranoia. Lance Dodes, on sociopathy. Robert Jay Lifton, on the “malignant normality” that can set in everyday life if psychiatrists do not speak up.

His madness is catching, too. From the trauma people have experienced under the Trump administration to the cult-like characteristics of his followers, he has created unprecedented mental health consequences across our nation and beyond.

It’s not all in our heads. It’s in his.

A critique of the article come from many commenters.    But  this short summary with a linked
extended rebuttal caught my eye.
The "offending article" is here.

These are 6 names of the authors that I could sleuth out so far

Philip Zimbardo

Rosemary Sword

Craig Malkin

Gail Sheehy

Lance Dodes

Robert Jay Lifton


stock here--going to add a few from my studies of sociopathy--
  1. They have a need to lie, they lie even when there is no upside to the lie
  2. No conscience -- Makes it hard to use lie spotter techniques because they have no physical reactions to lying.
  3. They love sex, as it help create their ultimate control over their victim.
  • Superficial charm and good intelligence
  • Absence of delusions and other signs of irrational thinking
  • Absence of nervousness or neurotic manifestations
  • Unreliability
  • Untruthfulness and insincerity
  • Lack of remorse and shame
  • Inadequately motivated antisocial behavior
  • Poor judgment and failure to learn by experience
  • Pathologic egocentricity and incapacity for love
  • General poverty in major affective reactions
  • Specific loss of insight
  • Unresponsiveness in general interpersonal relations
  • Fantastic and uninviting behavior with alcohol and sometimes without
  • Suicide threats rarely carried out
  • Sex life impersonal, trivial, and poorly integrated
  • Failure to follow any life plan

 The bottom line is that a narcissist is completely incapable of love and void of empathy.
This person will never ever ever love you. Any overtures they have made that appear to be love have simply been to get you to admire them.  Yet, because they suffer from feelings of inadequacy, they actually disdain those who admire them. There is NO winning with the narcissist. 
Pathological is usually another word for personality disorder. However, personality disorder is typically established as an official diagnosis. There are many people with personality disorders who have never been diagnosed. And since you shouldn't go around diagnosing people who don't subject themselves to it, it's better to use "pathological."
The clinical definition is a DSM Axis II personality disorder whereas pathological narcissism is more an observation.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Equifax Data Breach -- How Tell If They Got Your Info -- 5 FREE Tools Of Protection Even If You Weren't Breached

stock here----update---I did sign up for all 5 free services, but did not receive the confirmation email yet, probably millions are signing up
I have been pondering if I need to take action after 143 million accounts were hacked.
And I found out how to find out if my data was hacked
Equifax appears to be performing in a stand up way, offering free services to people for 1 year, even if you weren't hacked.

Yesterday they told me my data was not breached, today when signing up for the 5 free products, they
told me I may have been impacted.    At the bottom here, I added their "Terms of Use".   You get the 5 free products as package deal, no ala carte options exist.   One is a credit lock, annoying if you actually are applying for a loan or credit. 

They are offering 5 free services.   What is weird though is that they give you a future enrollment date, for me it is tomorrow.  Although they state you can enroll anytime between that date and Nov 27, 2017.   So I have to log back in tomorrow (or after).
IMPORTANT -- during the sign up process you see this

A Progress Update for Consumers

September 8, 2017
We understand that some consumers are experiencing difficulties getting the answers and support they need through our website and call center. Ramping up the website and call center to handle the anticipated volume is ongoing and we are focused on making improvements as quickly as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience this process has created.
Thus far today, we’ve made the following adjustments:
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Some consumers who visited the website soon after its launch failed to receive confirmation clarifying whether or not they were potentially impacted. That issue is now resolved, and we encourage those consumers to revisit the site to receive a response that clarifies their status.
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Our goal is to make this process as convenient and consistent as possible. We will continue to identify steps to improve this process.
And we will continue as well to listen to your comments and suggestions.

They are offering

1) Equifax Credit Report
2) Equifax Credit Report Lock
3) $1M Identity Theft Insurance
4) 3 Bureau Credit File Monitoring
5) Social Security Number Monitoring

Go here and check if you were hacked

Then go to the Enroll in blue near the top, they will take you to screen and give a date you can first enroll. I guess they had so many people trying to enroll at once that it overloaded their systems so they are trying to spread it out.

There have been recent public reports from Equifax, a major provider of various consumer credit services such as consumer credit reports and fraud monitoring, that personally identifiable information of 143 million U.S. consumers may have been accessed as a result of a confirmed major data breach. Data exposed reportedly included names, birth dates, social security numbers, physical addresses and, in some cases, driver’s license numbers. Credit card numbers for around 209,000 US consumers were also reportedly accessed.

PS They told me that I was not hacked (yesterday, but today they said I was hacked)


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Monday, September 11, 2017

911 Attacks Were an Ouside and Inside Job -- Crossing the Rubicon

Crossing the Rubicon -- Internalizing the Knowledge that 911 Attacks were carried out by factions of the US government is a tough one for many  to wrap their heads around.    It is almost the magnitude of being to horrible to believe.    Once you make this mental jump, crossing the Rubicon so to speak, it is sure hard to go back to your old comfortable ways of thinking you knew enough about how the world really worked.

So in the winter of 49BC Caesar decide to take his army across the Rubicon and start a civil war. By crossing the Rubicon he had passed the point of no return, committed everything and gambled all. As he crossed the Rubicon he turned to his men and shouted the immortal words, "The die is cast."
On January 10th, Caesar, with his faithful 13th Legion marched on Rome. Over the next five years he fought, bribed and negotiated his bloody way to the top.
I did not "cross this Rubicon" until last year.    I found a source to USGS debris testing, and being an
expert in radiation, immediately noticed radio-isotopes that were present in ratios of hundreds of times more than would just be normal.

The evidence below indicates that micro-nuke bombs were used.     Think of the sociopathic attitudes that came up with that plan.    Some would question, do micro-nukes even exist, and indeed they do, since 1962 or earlier.    Watch the video at the far bottom that was declassified in 1997.
See my full article here:

Turkey Point Nuclear in Florida Dumping Steam to Atmosphere After Hurricane Irma

All the drama and buildup to Hurricane Irma, surrounding the threatened nuclear reactors at Turkey Point, but the real news happens after the hurricane.

I wrote the following in the comments section in response to a gov nuclear guy who wants this to be "no big deal" but it could be.

 I think I have the Turkey Point 4 mysterious shutdown partly figured out.

Turkey Point 4 has a refueling outage 10-31-17.    They would do anything to not have to shut that reactor down, along with the increased inspections, review of all the service interval documentation, and most likely, the NRC finding that FPL was non compliant on some important issues, and would therefore not let them restart.    FPL would rather save this non-compliant work items for the shutdown.   

They also don't need any bad press at this time, I read somewhere that they go to trial in October for the ongoing tritium contamination that they have been busted on, after they knew about for years and did not report it.

Basically, they would have done anything not to shut this reactor down.   Once a plant is shutdown, and has many problems, there is a decent chance that it is shut down forever.

So even when they noticed the water levels dropping in the steam generator, they were trying to come up with some type of fix in order to avoid the SCRAM.   While they were trying, the automatic systems initiated the SCRAM.    It is much better to SCRAM from a lower output level, lower temperatures.    SCRAMing from a high output puts a lot more shock on the system, again, not just putting more wear and tear on everything, but increasing the chance of something really going wrong.   They SCRAMed from 88%, a high level, and curious why it was not 100%.

They claimed it was a manual SCRAM, but this is not credible for the reasons above.   

RFO schedules

A reporter from World Nuclear News contacted plant operators and got the information on how the plant had auto SCRAMed itself.    Whoever they talked to "did not get the memo" that the NRC was going to report that it was a "manual SCRAM" meaning that they were really in control of the situation.

Unit 4 shut down automatically on the evening of 10 September


Ah, but you miss the main points:
1) Plant was running at 88% prior to "manual scram", which I believe to be an automatic SCRAM but they wanted to pretend they were in control
2) This is coincidental with the hurricane and shutdown of the other reactor.   This is suspicious of a more important underlying problem
3) FPL made it a point to have NRC state there are no know major problems with the steam generators.   Which makes me think the lady doth protest too much...why belabour this point, unless of course there was leakage, and therefore cross contamination and thus radiological release.   The original steam generators only lasted 8 years, they were replaced around 1982, so the new set is now 35 years old.   hmmmmmmm

Also FPL's 2014 attempt to cover up a steam leak on this aging plant is duly noted.   They pretended their shutdown was a "pre-planned evolution"

Pressure to max out profits from this aging plants are clear cut as shown by the 2008 outage...

David Hoffman, a nuclear supervisor at Turkey Point, resigned over the incident and was subsequently sued by Florida Power and Light for return of a bonus. Hoffman countersued, claiming he was pressured to restart the reactors while they were in a condition which in his judgment made it unsafe to do so. Upper management wanted the reactors restarted during xenon dead time, which would have led to the operators at the controls having to continuously step control rods to safely manage reactor output.

Sequence of NRC reports:
NRC Friday Event Notifications
Turkey Point (3,4) 52952
Thursday 23:14 – NWS Hurricane Warning issued
Friday 00:06 – Notification – Emergency Declared/Offsite Notification
Friday (no time specified) 'Updated' – no indication of what was updated
(Convenient notification Friday at 00:06 ensures it won't be seen by public until Monday)
NRC Monday NRC notifications
Turkey Point (3,4) 52952
Identical notification appears again
Turkey Point (4) 52960

Sunday 18:55 Reactor only running at 88% for some unknown reason

- failure of loop 4C Steam Generator main feed regulating valve
- Loop 4C S/G [Steam Generator] water levels drop
- Emergency Operating Procedures initiated
- Manual trip of reactor from 88% PWR (?)
- Auxiliary Feed Water initiated as designed [normal response]
- restored S/G water level
- Emergency Operation Procedures exited
- returned to General Operating Procedures
- Reactor at 0% PWR; in Hot Standby
For the textually challenged (me) here's a diagram:
The blue juice in one of the 4 steam generators go too low, so they pumped more in. The red juice got angry at all the commotion so the operators shut the reactor down. The reactor operators don' t like it when the red juice wants to leave the containment building and comes to visit them.
Unusual that reactor was at 88% – something else was happening that they're not saying.

Either the manual scram (if unplanned, i.e., not part of planned shutdown) or the activation of the steam generator aux. feedwater system would have required reporting.
The steam generator main feedwater valve is stuck/closed/secrewed up, so they can't run steam through the turbines, cool it down and pump it back into the steam generators through that valve like normal. That'e the normal route for the secondary steam loop. Instead, they're pumping auxiliary water into the steam generator thorough a different valve, and then just dumping the steam produced into the air outside the plant. That steam/water *shouldn't* be radioactive like the primary loop steam/water, but isn't completely radiation-free, either.
In any case, the reactor doesn't care as long as the steam generators are removing enough heat from the primary loop reactor water. That's the red loop in the diagram that goes in/out the 4 steam generators' U-tubes.

At Browns Ferry they have 3 reactors, and they lost their cooling towers, not good.   But they appear to keep running at 100% even though  the operation is a critical portion of the safety system, and if one other component failed, they would have a radiation release.


"At 1000 EDT on September 9, 2017, the Division 2 Mechanical Draft Cooling Tower (MDCT) fans were declared inoperable due to failure of the over speed fan brake inverter. The brakes prevent fan over speed from a design basis tornado. The MDCT fans are required to support operability of the Ultimate Heat Sink (UHS). The UHS is required to support operability of the Division 2 Emergency Equipment Cooling Water (EECW) system. The EECW system cools various safety related components, including the High Pressure Coolant Injection (HPCI) system room cooler. An unplanned HPCI inoperability occurred based on a loss of the HPCI Room Cooler. Investigation into why the Division 2 MDCT fan over speed brake inverter failed is in progress. This report is being made pursuant to 10CFR50.72(b)(3)(v)(D) as a condition that at the time of discovery could have prevented the fulfillment of a safety function needed to mitigate the consequences of an accident based on a loss of a single train safety system."

The licensee entered two (2) LCO Action Statements (AS); 14-day LCO AS 3.5.1 for ECCS (HPCI Inoperable) and 72-hour AS 3.7.2 for UHS. The licensee has two spare inverters on-site. After replacement and successful post-maintenance testing the licensee expects to exit both AS before 72-hours.

The NRC Resident Inspector has been notified.

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Power Reactor Event Number: 52959
Region: 2 State: AL
Unit: [1] [2] [3]
RX Type: [1] GE-4,[2] GE-4,[3] GE-4
Notification Date: 09/10/2017
Notification Time: 20:45 [ET]
Event Date: 09/10/2017
Event Time: 11:51 [CDT]
Last Update Date: 09/10/2017
Emergency Class: NON EMERGENCY
10 CFR Section:
50.72(b)(3)(v)(A) - POT UNABLE TO SAFE SD
50.72(b)(3)(v)(B) - POT RHR INOP
50.72(b)(3)(v)(C) - POT UNCNTRL RAD REL
50.72(b)(3)(v)(D) - ACCIDENT MITIGATION
Person (Organization):

Unit SCRAM Code RX CRIT Initial PWR Initial RX Mode Current PWR Current RX Mode
1 N Y 100 Power Operation 100 Power Operation
2 N Y 100 Power Operation 100 Power Operation
3 N Y 100 Power Operation 100 Power Operation
My suspicion was correct, it was an automatic SCRAM from 88%. If they wanted a more controlled manual SCRAM they would have taken it to 30% or so.

Two nuclear units at St Lucie were able to continue operating as Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida. One unit at Turkey Point was shut down as a precaution in advance of the storm as nuclear operators and regulators put storm preparation procedures into action, while the other shut down automatically because of a valve-related issue.

Mining Awareness always does good work.    He/She picked up on this story and ran with it.