November 1st, 2011 · by Ken Rohla · Filed Under: Nuclear Radiation
As I’m fond of saying, when you understand that the universe is a big matter-energy system, when energies manifest into problems, opposite polarities of the same energy also create the solutions. Regarding nuclear waste and radiation now encircling the globe from the 2,044+ atomic bomb tests, Chernobyl, Fukushima, and the many other nuclear accidents (many of which have gone unreported), there are multiple nontoxic technologies available to neutralize and clean up the radioactive mess. For example, here are a few:
Or just search online for “neutralize radiation” or such to see solutions. I worked with inventor Yull Brown in the early 90s and witnessed firsthand with a team of physicists, engineers, and extensive measuring equipment, his “Brown’s gas” aka HHO, aka “hydroxy” torch neutralize radioactive samples within minutes. People often ask me, “If that’s true, then why aren’t governments, etc. using it?” Very simply for the same reasons that right now governments, including the US, Canada, and Japan are lying about the extensive damage being done by Fukushima fallout and turning off or reducing their environmental monitoring of radionuclides, or the same reason Texas oil spill response teams were not allowed to clean up the BP oil spill naturally before it got out of hand (see my article BP Oil Spill Capped (For Now)…. for details). These polluting toxic industries do not want the public to know about alternatives that would destroy not only their business paradigm, but also the control paradigm of the powers that be. There are also HUGE amounts of money made in the handling and disposal of toxic waste and the technologies that generate it. In the video below, I discuss some solutions for nuclear radiation that YOU can create for yourself. If you think that scientists, ETs, the tooth fairy, or running off to Hunza Valley are going to save you, think again. It’s up to you to find your own solutions, not wait to be saved by someone else. There are no longer safe places on Earth to run to, only safe people who create solutions for themselves.
— Ken Rohla