Hello, Code. I have posted the link for a scholarly paper linking the presence of atmospheric releases of Krypton-85 to storm activity.
Will either get the link and .pdf source from my library, or will try to re-post it. Too bad we don't have ready access to archived material. Personally try to save these links.
There was a good one that was easily found in 2011. Posted the link several times in 2011-2012.
Hopefully will be able to retrieve the entire article as it was published w/o restriction in the past.
It's probably on my desktop computer but will try to find it for you. The main focus of the article I found (and likely a few others here way back when) was the effect of Krypton 85 on storm activity, specifically.
Don't recall seeing any inference or statement though in relation to the formation of hurricanes. Don't know if that's what Dr. A. might have said….
Here is more here:
I also have a file which I have posted previously on enenews.com, but I'm really busy right now. The thorium industry wants to allow more K-85 into the atmosphere because they can't operate on the present EPA restrictions.
There was a letter to the EPA saying that they needed to have the restrictions lifted for allowable K-85.
The sad thing is that they will keep reprocessing uranium, etc., and using nuclear technology until a storm will come along and melt down all the reactors.
Trump is wanting small nuclear "tactical" weapons. The destruction of the earth is. in my opinion, almost complete because too many politicians around the world have no knowledge of the horrible consequences of radiation to all life.
On another note, I am reading a book on organic vegan farming. According to the laws of energy, the means to replenish farming all comes from plant based sources. Humans and other animals are consumers of that energy, not producers.
Animal manure works only because the animals have eaten plants, but with a huge loss of the original energy by the time it has been used to fertilize fields. Modern farming also uses fossil fuels which also is a waste of energy and destructive to the environment.
Winger; et al. (2005). "A new compilation of the atmospheric 85krypton inventories from 1945 to 2000 and its evaluation in a global transport model". Jrnl of Envir Radioactivity. 80: 183–215. doi:10.1016/j.jenvrad.2004.09.005.
Might be stuck w. Elsevier references & need to purchase the article. (It was avail. for free.) Linking to DOE Technical Paper from 1978; poss. the most credible source readily available. Some anti-nuclear critics link the presence of Krypton 85 to climate change. (That's a stretch & poss. a bogus argument). Full texr of paper avail. in .pdf format here:
Basically the hypothesis tested was: does presence of Kr-85 in the atmosphere alter the natural ionization background? Explores potential consequences of an altered electrical state of the atmosphere.
Estim. levels of atmospheric Kr-85:
Article above discusses environmental radioactivity