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Dr. Caldicott MD; Radioactive Thorium Dangers, Half Life, Health Hazards, (Bile Duct Cancer) Downsides Of Proposed Thorium Reactors, Thorium Gas Lamp Mantle Geiger Counter Test, IAEA Admits Thorium Reactors Need Uranium To Work

IAEA ADMITS THAT THORIUM REACTORS REQUIRE URANIUM, THE SAME AS ANY OTHER NUCLEAR REACTOR

Thorium nuclear reactors claim that their reactors are better than uranium reactors because they don't need uranium, but even this claim is untrue. Thorium reactors need uranium, and cannot work without that radioactive fuel. 

Light Water Breeder Reactor. During the 1960s, Bettis (Weinreich et ale 1977) developed a process for fabricating high-density, thoria-based fuel pellets for the LWBR, which achieved criticality in 1977. Ammonium diuranate derived 233U02 powder, containing less than 10 ppm 232U (Leitnaker et ale 1972) and oxalate-derived Th02 powder (Clayton 1976) were used to fabricate pellets with nominal densities of 97% TD. This exceptionally high pellet density was required to achieve a breeding ratio greater than one. The core comprises a seed-blanket-reflector arrangement of eight different Th02-U02 compositions 

DR. ARJUN MAKHIJANI; ON THE DOWNSIDES OF PROPOSED THORIUM REACTORS, INTERVIEWED BY DR. HELEN CALDICOTT MD 

Dr. Arjun Makhijani on the downsides of the proposed thorium reactors (by Dr. Helen Caldicott)
VIDEO: https://youtu.be/P4P7DlufqQM 57 min.

THORIUM IS 500 TIMES MORE DANGEROUS THAN URANIUM, SAYS PROF. EVANDRO LODI RIZZINI

Via RNA June 9, 2014 ☢ ☣ The Quirra Case – #Thorium: 500 times more dangerous than uranium. The shocking audition of Prof. Evandro Lodi Rizzini (CERN and University of Brescia) at the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry on exposure to potential pathogenic factors, with particular reference to the use of depleted uranium – Summary of n. 60 of 08/02/2012

Here THE entire DOCUMENT, in PDF, from italian Senate:

Here THE AUDIO (italian senate) complete version:
http://www.radioradicale.it/scheda/345276?format=32

WHERE THORIUM IS FOUND IN NATURE





THORIUM EXPOSURE CAUSES RARE BILE DUCT CANCER, NEOPLASM; CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA


RAY-D-8-TED-DREAMS July 15, 2015 Satoru Iwata the CEO of Nintendo died on July 11th of Bile duct cancer which is extremely rare and is caused by Thorium exposure

He lived in Tokyo but was born in Sapporo.

From wikipedia "Cholangiocarcinoma is a relatively rare neoplasm that is classified as an adenocarcinoma (a cancer that forms glands or secretes significant amounts of mucins). It has an annual incidence rate of 1–2 cases per 100,000 in the Western world…)" One of the causes of this disease is exposure to Thorium dioxide which is used in nuclear fuel !!!
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cholangiocarcinoma

The compound is radioactive due to the radioactivity of thorium. Thorium dioxide can turned into a nuclear fuel by breeding it into uranium-233 (see below and refer to the article on thorium for more information on this

THORIUM TOXICITY STUDIES HAVE BEEN DONE, BUT HIDDEN FROM WORKERS AND PUBLIC


Thorium toxicity studies have also been done, and show that thorium plus uranium are both toxic, and that workers were secretly and deceptively exposed to both, during processing operations for the metals.

USA Today reports that; "One document points clearly to the practice of keeping information about the health risks of their jobs from the workers. In a letter from W. E. Kelley, Manager of the New York Operations Office of the AEC to the vice-president of the Harshaw Chemical Company, a briefing for workers is described. In that briefing, a staff member of the AEC spoke to the employees to "explain to them that all of our [AEC] records indicated that no unusual hazard existed, but that the Harshaw Company, with the assistance of the Atomic Energy Commission, was proceeding more intensively in an effort to uncover any possibility of danger." This was done because it was understood that "extensive sample taking … may upset employees and cause them to wonder about their health and safety." However, the very next paragraph of the letter states that according to their early animal studies and general knowledge of radiation, 50 micrograms per cubic meter was the "most popular figure" of what could be tolerated and that this level had been exceeded. Measurements indicated levels exceeding 1,000 micrograms per cubic meter (34 out of 67 samples) and even 10,000 micrograms per cubic meter (17 out of 67 samples). Thus, it was clear that the levels of radioactive material in the air were above what was coming to be understood to be the limit that was tolerable. At the same time the workers were being told that "no unusual hazard existed."[32]

This same scenario of hiding information and radiation risks from workers and the public is a theme that you will find everywhere you look, in all directions within the nuclear industry. Why else would they swear everyone to secrecy, in all directions? Why else would this industry force media outlets into secret unwritten 'taboo' agreements, where they never talk about the negative aspects of the nuclear industry? 

URANIUM AND THORIUM ARE BOTH TOXIC HEAVY METAL POISONS

Uranium is a heavy metal, just like Thorium. The same 'safe' story is being told about thorium, that was being told about uranium and depleted uranium. Some people say both uranium and thorium is safe, because it is natural, but the health experts say otherwise. Thorium and uranium do not belong in the human body, and cause cancer if they are breathed in or ingested. When mining, processing and dealing with nuclear waste, dust and gases are generated, as well as liquid wastes. There is very little difference between heavy metals when it comes to being poisonous. Now add on the hazards of internal radiation.

Even low-level radioactivity is damaging, scientists conclude
The review is a meta-analysis of studies of locations around the globe that have very high natural background radiation as a result of the minerals in the ground there, including Ramsar, Iran, Mombasa, Kenya, Lodeve, France, and Yangjiang, China. These, and a few other geographic locations with natural background radiation that greatly exceeds normal amounts, have long drawn scientists intent on understanding the effects of radiation on life.….”
University of South Carolina. "Even low-level radioactivity is damaging, scientists conclude." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 13 November 2012.

THERE ARE BETTER WAYS TO TEST A GEIGER COUNTER COUNTER THAN TO USE A THORIUM LANTERN MANTLE


vital1 April 21, 2015 There are better ways to test your Geiger counter than to purchase old Thorium gas mantles. Old Thorium mantles are highly radioactive, and in my opinion a radioactive dust hazard, particularly if they are in old packaging. Anyone who is not experienced in handling radioactive material should not purchase Thorium Mantles. I am amazed that they actually sold these to the public.

Use low salt if you want to test your Geiger counter. It is safe, and you can purchase it from any supermarket. It is table salt with a higher Potassium Chloride content. There is always some naturally occurring radioactive Potassium in Potassium Chloride.

Here is a scintillator detector test chart of a Thorium gas mantle, showing the different gamma emitting radioactive isotopes present in it. This chart doesn't include lots of other Alpha emitting isotopes that are also in a Thorium gas mantle. Scintillator detectors, like the one used for this test, can't detect pure Alpha or Beta isotope emitters.

RADIOACTIVE DUST FROM GAS LANTERNS AND THORIUM MANTLES GETS IN THE AIR, CAN END UP IN FOOD OR DRINK, AS WELL AS BEING BREATHED IN


Wikipedia; "One potential cause for concern is that particles from thorium gas mantles "fall out" over time and get into the air, where they may be ingested in food or drink. These particles may also be inhaled and remain in the lungs or liver. Also of concern is the release of thorium-bearing dust if the mantle shatters due to mechanical impact....All of these issues have led to the use of alternatives, usually yttrium or sometimes zirconium, in some countries, although these are usually either more expensive or less efficient. Safety concerns were the subject of a federal suit against the Coleman Company (Wagner v. Coleman), which initially agreed to place warning labels on the mantles for this concern, and subsequently switch to using yttrium."

TESTING A THORIUM GAS MANTLE

Thorium Mantle Test Source Mini Monitor 900 Geiger Counter

EPA REPORT ON THORIUM


According to the EPA; "Thorium (chemical symbol Th) is a naturally-occurring radioactive metal found at very low levels in soil, rocks, and water. It has several different isotopes, both natural and man-made, all of which are radioactive. The most common form of thorium is thorium-232.

Who discovered thorium?

Thorium was discovered in 1828 by the Swedish chemist Jons Jakob Berzelius. After determining that it was a new element, Berzelius named his discovery after the Norse god of thunder and weather, Thor. Thorium was discovered to be radioactive independently in 1898 by Gerhard Carl Schmidt and by Marie Curie.

Where does thorium come from?

Almost all thorium is natural, but, thorium isotopes can be artificially produced. Thorium occurs at very low levels in virtually all rock, soil, and water, and therefore is found in plants and animals as well. Minerals such as monazite, thorite and thorianite are rich in thorium and may be mined for the metal. Generally, artificial isotopes come from decay of other man-made radionuclides, or absorption in nuclear reactions.

(There are problems with mining thorium, and the resulting radioactive pollution from tailing piles, just the same as with uranium, plutonium or any other radioactive mining operation.

The result of mining radioactive materials is a large increase in cancers and other diseases, plus contaminated land, water and air for surrounding communities)

THORIUM PROPERTIES

What are the properties of thorium?

Thorium is a soft, silvery white metal. Pure thorium will remain shiny for months in air, but if it contains impurities it tarnishes to black when exposed to air. When heated, thorium oxide glows bright white, a property that makes it useful in lantern mantles. It dissolves slowly in water. Thorium-232 has a half-life of 14 billion (14x109) years, and decays by alpha emission, with accompanying gamma radiation. 

Thorium-232 is the top of a long decay series that contains key radionuclides such as radium-228, its direct decay product, and radon-220. Two other isotopes of thorium, which can be significant in the environment, are thorium-230 and thorium-228. Both belong to other decay series. They also decay by alpha emission, with accompanying gamma radiation, and have half-lives of 75,400 years and 1.9 years, respectively.

What is thorium used for?

Thorium has coloring properties that has made it useful in ceramic glazes. But, it has been most widely used in lantern mantles for the brightness it imparts (though alternatives are replacing it), and in welding rods, which burn better with small amounts of added thorium. Thorium improves the properties of ophthalmic lenses, and is an alloying agent in certain metals used in the aerospace industry. More than 30 years ago, thorium oxides were used in hospitals to make certain kinds of diagnostic X-ray photographs. But, this practice has been discontinued.

(Thorium has been experimented with as an alternative to nuclear power plants. Thorium nuclear power plants have failed for the same reasons as uranium or plutonium powered plants.)

Exposure to Thorium; How does thorium get into the environment?

Where high concentrations occur in rock, thorium may be mined and refined, producing waste products such as mill tailings. If not properly controlled, wind and water can introduce the tailings into the wider environment. Commercial and federal facilities that have processed thorium may also have released thorium to the air, water, or soil.

(There are problems with rare earth refineries that mine and process Thorium, whether they are in China or elsewhere. Watch the following video to explore the health and other issues around a thorium production, processing and refining plant being built in Malaysia) 

Thorium Half Life, Decay Path

As thorium-232 undergoes radioactive decay, it emits an alpha particle, with accompanying gamma radiation, and forms radium-228. This process of releasing radiation and forming a new radionuclide continues until stable lead-208 is formed. The half-life of thorium-232 is about 14 billion years. Two other isotopes of thorium, which can be significant in the environment, are thorium-230 and thorium-228. Both decay by alpha emission, with accompanying gamma radiation, in 75,400 years and 1.9 years, respectively.

(Because thorium is NEVER used alone, but always in combination with uranium and/or plutonium, it has the same problems with mining, accidents, disposal, storage and contamination of both workers, children and communities as all other radioactive elements in the whole fuel chain, from mining, to processing, to disposal.

Is it really worth boiling water for 30 years, only to be forced to deal with the radioactive nuclear waste for the next 75,000 years to 14 BILLION YEARS? While it is decaying, thorium releases toxic alpha and gamma radiation, both of which are deadly, dangerous and hazardous to all life and living beings.)

How are people exposed to thorium?

Thorium is also present in many consumer products such as ceramic glazes, lantern mantles, and welding rods. (These are all hazardous, do not use these products.)

People who live near a facility that mines or mills thorium, or manufactures products with thorium, may receive higher exposures. Also, people who work with thorium in various industries may receive higher exposures.

How does thorium get into the body?

People may inhale contaminated dust, or swallow thorium with food or water. Living near a thorium contaminated site, or working in an industry where thorium is used, increases your chance of exposure to thorium. (Remember that radioactive Thorium emits both alpha and gamma radiation, and that is always present with either uranium or plutonium in those supposedly safe 'Thorium' fueled plants.)

What does thorium do once it gets into the body?

If inhaled as dust, some radioactive thorium may remain in the lungs for long periods of time, depending on the chemical form. If ingested, thorium typically leaves the body through feces and urine within several days. The small amount of thorium left in the body will enter the bloodstream and be deposited in the bones where it may remain for many years. There is some evidence that the body may absorb thorium through the skin, but that would not likely be the primary means of entry.

Negative Effects of Thorium


“Exposure to an aerosol of thorium can lead to increased risk of cancers of the lung, pancreas, and blood, as lungs and other internal organs can be penetrated by alpha radiation. Exposure to thorium internally leads to increased risk of liver diseases….”

The principal concern from low to moderate level exposure to ionizing radiation is increased risk of cancer. Studies have shown that inhaling thorium dust causes an increased risk of developing lung cancer, and cancer of the pancreas. Bone cancer risk is also increased because thorium may be stored in bone. (Because thorium is ALWAYS used in combination with plutonium and/or uranium, click on the following links to explore the dangers posed by low dose radiation from ALL of these alpha and gamma radiation sources.)

ARNIE GUNDERSON WEIGHS IN ON THORIUM REACTORS, EXPOSES THE LIES


Thorium expert Arnie Gunderson is quoted as saying "According to questions we have received, proponents claim that thorium reactors produce less waste and its half-life is “only” a few hundred years rather than thousands. If the spent fuel is not reprocessed, thorium-232 is very long lived (half-life: 14 billion years) and its decay products will build up over time in the spent fuel. This will make the spent fuel quite radiotoxic, in addition to all the fission products in it. It should also be noted that inhalation of a unit of radioactivity of thorium-232 or thorium-228 (which is also present as a decay product of thorium-232) produces a far higher dose, especially to certain organs, than the inhalation of uranium containing the same amount of radioactivity. For instance, the bone surface dose from breathing an amount (mass) of insoluble thorium is about 200 times that of breathing the same mass of uranium.http://www.fairewinds.com/demystifying

Is there a medical test to determine exposure to thorium?

There are special tests that measure the level of thorium in the urine, feces, and also via exhaled air that can determine if a person has been exposed to thorium. These tests are useful only if taken within a week after exposure. You need special equipment to detect thorium not available in doctors offices or most hospitals. Some federal facilities and specialized laboratories have this capability.

Protecting People from Thorium

You need special equipment to detect thorium, and special training. Health physicists and radiation safety officers are trained to measure thorium.

What can I do to protect myself and my family from thorium?

People who live near thorium mining areas, or near certain government or industrial facilities may have increased exposure to thorium, especially if their water is from a private well. Analytical laboratories can test water for thorium content. Occasionally, household items may be found with thorium in them, such as some older ceramic wares in which uranium was used in the glaze, or gas lantern mantles. These generally do not pose serious health risks, but may nevertheless be retired from use as a prudent avoidance measure. A radiation counter is required to confirm if ceramics contain thorium. 

(The following video shows the health effects on people at a 'rare earths' processing plant. Thorium is a rare earth mineral, which happens to be radioactive.) Sorry, video was deleted, web is being scrubbed of negative videos around thorium. 

What is EPA doing about thorium?

EPA protects people and the environment from thorium by establishing standards for the clean-up of contaminated sites, and by setting limits on the amount of thorium (and other radionuclides) that may be released to the air from specific sources, or found in public drinking water.

The standards for the clean-up of existing contaminated sites generally fall under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, commonly called Superfund. Clean ups must meet all requirements that are relevant or applicable, such as state regulations and regulations issued in connection with other environmental laws. When these types of regulations are not applicable, or not protective enough, EPA sets site-specific cleanup levels that limit the chance of developing cancer due to exposure to a site-related carcinogen (such as thorium) to between one in 10,000 and one in 1,000,000.

EPA issued special regulations for cleaning up uranium and thorium mill tailing sites under the "Uranium Mill Tailings Radiation Control Act" (federal regulations are found in 40CFR192, "Health and Environmental Protection Standards for Uranium and Thorium Mill Tailings"). These mills are found mostly in the western states of Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico."

According to Arnie Gunderson, thorium reactors are a bad idea, for many reasons... Find out more specific details by clicking on the following links....

TEN MYTHS ABOUT THORIUM AS A NUCLEAR ENERGY SOLUTION


“Thorium may be abundant and possess certain technical advantages, but it does not mean that it is economical. Compared to uranium, thorium fuel cycle is likely to be even more costly. In a once‐through mode, it will need both uranium enrichment (or plutonium separation) and thorium target rod production. 

In a breeder configuration, it will need reprocessing, which is costly. In addition, inhalation of thorium‐232 produces a higher dose than the same amount of uranium‐238 (either by radioactivity or by weight). Reprocessed thorium creates even more risks due to the highly radioactive U‐232 created in the reactor. This makes worker protection more difficult and expensive for a given level of annual dose. 

Finally, the use of thorium also creates radioactive waste at the front end of the fuel cycle. The radioactivity associated with these is expected to be considerably less than that associated with a comparable amount of uranium milling. However, mine wastes will pose long‐term hazards, as in the case of uranium mining. There are also often hazardous non‐radioactive metals in both thorium and uranium mill tailings….

“8. Attempts to develop “thorium reactors” have failed for decades. No commercial thorium reactor exists anywhere in the world. India has been attempting, without success, to develop a thorium breeder fuel cycle for decades.

“9. Fabricating ‘thorium fuel’ is dangerous to health. The process involves the production of U-232 which is extremely radioactive and very dangerous in small quantities. The inhalation of a unit of radioactivity of thorium-232 or thorium-228 produces a far higher dose than the inhalation of uranium containing the same amount of radioactivity. A single particle in the lung would exceed legal radiation standards for the general public.
“10. Fabricating “thorium fuel” is expensive. The thorium fuel cycle would be more expensive than the uranium fuel cycle. Using a traditional light-water (once-through) reactor, thorium fuel would need both uranium enrichment (or plutonium separation) and thorium target rod production. Using a breeder reactor makes costly reprocessing necessary

Bottom line, Thorium is actually MORE dangerous than a standard uranium process reactor. By making Thorium seem like it is a harmless, innocent cousin compared to all other things radioactive, a gullible public can hopefully be fooled into accepting it as a 'safe' alternative to nuclear power. It will be too late when they actually find out the truth, because thorium does not care about people any more than plutonium or uranium does.


Thorium, Not The Nuclear Savior Claimed

Natural Decay Series: Uranium, Radium, and Thorium

Thorium reactors – the latest dishonest spin

Thorium Blended and Regular Mox Burn Up Studies


DR BERTELL EXPLAINS HOW TO DETOX HEAVY METAL RADIOACTIVE POISONS OUT OF THE BODY


Epidemiologist Rosalie Bertell (PhD, biometrics) has explained the effects of the weaponized DU on the people of Iraq and the planet. In subsequent parts of this series, Dr. Bertell offers readily-accessible ways to detox some heavy metals and poisons from the body. (part of a snowshoefilms series (2007) with Sister Bertell, a member of the Gray Nuns of the Sacred Heart. 
VIDEO: http://youtu.be/WgQ79-oDX2o 10 min


KEEP YOUR GROUP OR MEDIA ORGANIZATION FREE OF THORIUM TROLL INFECTIONS


HOW TO FIND AND GET RID OF THORIUM TROLL INFECTIONS, IN ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS
MARCH 1, 2018 A GREEN ROAD DAILY NEWS
nonukes Italy, By Massimo Greco (June 2015) “How do I know if my preferred “green” organization, or group, or leader… is infected by the ‘thorium church’ trojan horse?”

“……..Scanning and Removal, First check if the leader or “group leader” you are referring knows the problem of thorium, whether it has never taken a position on it. If the answer is “I do not know the problem” or “what you’re talking about,” you have the first certainty that your organization or target group is NOT protected.

If the answer is: “It is not a problem that concerns us”, “there is no matter in our topic or with antinuclear matter or uranium …”, or even worse … “nuclear thorium could be a clean way but the NWO prevents “… then you have the most certain that your group or environmental organization is terribly infected and that the leader is highly compromised.
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