Dr. Chris Busby is a health physicist and is the Scientific Secretary of the European Committee on Radiation Risk (ECRR). Clicking on the first image brings up a video in which Busby discusses the research that he and others have done on the health effects of low levels of radiation. The most widely used model of radiation risk, the ICRP model, understates the risk of internal radiation emitters by a factor of around 600. Busby also discusses the effects of uranium, how it works as an antenna for focusing background radiation on DNA.
A short while ago, I suffered a bout of apparent uranium poisoning. In the next two videos, Busby elaborates how uranium “ferociously” binds to DNA, and how it absorbs 500,000 times as much radiation as the body normally absorbs.
The graph at the bottom indicates concentrations of uranium-238 at different points on the Pacific as measured by the EPA shortly after the initiation of the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe. Uranium is being emitted by Fukushima, and well as by chemical plant explosions, uranium mining, and plumes resulting from use of depleted uranium weaponry.
Finally, I would like to call attention to the scientific paper The Search for Reliable Biomarkers of Disease in Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and Other Environmental Intolerances” (pdf) by DeLuca et al (2011). This paper summarizes recent research into sensitivity-related illnesses (SRI). To quote,
“Health concerns for the exponential increase of environmental intolerances, including both allergic and non-allergic sensitivity-related phenomena, is rising in the general public as well as in the medical community . Therefore, different environment-associated multi-organ conditions, in most cases still lacking a consensus on clinical case definition, such as multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), fibromyalgia (FM), chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), sick building syndrome (SBS), hypersensitivity to electro-magnetic fields (EHS), and others, in most cases still lacking a consensus on clinical case definition, have been subjected in the last decade to clinical and laboratory studies. These are aimed at proving any possible organic cause, or oppositely the psychogenic etiology, as proposed by part of the clinicians on the basis of the prevalent neurologic impairment…
A more appropriate collective definition, implicating acceptable case definition and excluding any preventive negation, appears that of sensitivity-related illnesses (SRI), defined as adverse clinical states elicited by exposure to low-dose diverse environmental-borne physical-chemical triggers. SRI are classified as self-reported or objectively diagnosed aberrant responses of different severity, from mild inflammatory reactions to life-threatening multi-organ impairments, in response to a wide spectrum of possible exogenous triggers, through airborne, cutaneous or nutritional exposure at sub-toxic levels, ordinarily not generating any detectable negative effect on the general population…
The great majority of chronic symptoms referable to SRI are shared by the different so far idiopatic conditions of MCS, FM, CFS, SBS, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Persian Gulf War veteran syndrome, amalgam disease, EHS, burn-out syndrome, etc…
In addition, CFS, FM and the Gulf War syndrome show specific features, which are co-morbid with known autoimmune diseases like systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, or vitiligo. Indeed, the question as to whether SRI should be considered diseases or plain clusters of symptoms remains unanswered by available conventional clinical interpretations of acute/chronic inflammatory processes, since patients only partly display recognized dysfunctions of the immune system, or IgE-based allergic reactions, or any detectable anatomic or functional organ alteration unequivocally connected with trigger challenge.”
To put it all together:
1. Uranium isotopes are being increasingly concentrated in the environment due to Fukushima and other pathways.
2. Uranium increases the absorption of gamma radiation by DNA by a factor of 500,000.
3. Fukushima has and is still releasing large amounts of gamma radiation into the environment.
4. The large number of Americans with SRI are more sensitive to uranium than other people.
Those large numbers of people with autoimmune diseases, or fibromyalgia, Gulf War syndrome, etc. are more sensitive to radiation than other people. Even Busby and the ECRR understate the health effects of radiation on them.