Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Scanners: The Exploding DNA Move

Naked Body Scanner Radiation 20x Higher Than Estimated

That reference is too obscure so I'll explain it -- the movie "Scanners," affectionately known as "The Exploding Head Movie." So Columbia University has measured the cancer-causing radiation emitted by the government's naked body scanners and found that they put out twenty times the amount of radiation that the government said they would. Forget for a moment that they capture and store naked images of you and your children, which they do, on record, even forcing the U.K. to change their child pornography laws to allow the globalists to install them in British airports.

Everyone knows that one must be careful when getting X-rays and CAT scans and nMRI scans, because of the radiation. Everyone knows that radiation is not a good thing when it comes in contact with living tissue but most don't exactly know why. It's because, as you know, smart readers, it attacks DNA (and RNA also, of course) and causes mutation. And it's a semi-cumulative effect, with your cells being able to repair the damage over time, so if you know that you must have a series of scans taken for whatever medical reason, doctors will try to space them out over time to give your body time to fix your DNA.

But the globalists want the scanners, particularly because of whom is most affected by the radiation:

Pregnant women and children should not be subject to scanning, according to the report, adding that governments should consider “other techniques to achieve the same end without the use of ionizing radiation.”

They love to go after women and children. Of course it affects men too, particularly their fertility. Mens' sperm counts all over the world are one tenth of what they were on average just 100 years ago. This is a direct result of all the environmental poisoning we've been subjected to by the global elites. The mercury and fluoride in your water first, then GMO foods for the last few decades, now the naked body scanners are being installed to harass the public and damage them further.

“If all 800 million people who use airports every year were screened with X-rays then the very small individual risk multiplied by the large number of screened people might imply a potential public health or societal risk. The population risk has the potential to be significant,” said Brenner.

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