Donald Scott: A new model of magnetic structure in space - EU 2014

Dr. Donald Scott described his investigation of the inherent properties of Birkeland currents and subsequent discovery that they produce unexpectedly far-reaching magnetic fields in cosmic space. These fields collect matter and compress it into concentric hollow cylinders. They also produce a long-range attractive force on other such currents.Without involving mathematics, Scott describes the results of his analysis of the magnetic structures that are produced by, and that surround, Birkeland Currents. This work and its results gives new insight into the understanding of the electrical properties of space.Video courtesy of Thunderbolts ProjectDr. Scott earned his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Electrical Engineering at the University of Connecticut. He earned a Doctorate in Electric… »

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WIPP Update; 500 Barrels At Risk, State Demands Immediate Actions At WIPP

The state of New Mexico Environmental Department is demanding WIPP seal up panel 6 and also panel 7, room 7 where the incident happened within 10 days to eliminate what they consider to be a risk to the public. Some in the federal govt. questioned the state’s authority to do this. There has not been any review yet of potential adverse consequences of doing this.
It was admitted that some of the barrels in questions are residing at the WCS waste facility in Texas. The company says they have separated the barrels from other waste they are holding for WIPP and that they are video monitoring it. They did not disclose any containment effort to prevent a radiation release if a barrel fails or explodes.
Reports yesterday included statements from Los Alamos about moving suspect barrels under “domes” with fire suppression systems. These domes as described on this page from Los Alamos …

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Fukushima Butterfly Mutation Study Follow Up

A previous well publicized study on butterfly mutations in Fukushima has seen a follow up study published. The initial study looked at butterflies in the wild. This caused some criticism that this could have allowed other environmental factors such as temperature to impact the condition of the specimens. The follow up study used all specimens collected from Okinawa and raised in a laboratory setting. The specimens were highly controlled to remove any outside influence, then fed a specific diet consisting of contaminated plants from Fukushima Prefecture.
The control specimens had the lowest abnormality and mortality with the specimens from the highest contaminated plants and areas showing considerably higher. While there wasn’t a direct linear dose response it did show a clear difference between the heavily contaminated areas plants vs. the control and also Hirono, the area of lower contamination. The study found quantifying an exact dose to each butterfly pupae to …

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