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For the past few years, using a Vreeland spectroscope/spectrograph I have been finding anomalous amounts of thallium in most foods, trees, soil and water.
QUESTION:
Due to the hundreds of Nuclear detonations, nuclear power plant accidents and possibly the use of Depleted Uranium munitions
Is it possible that stable forms of Thallium have become part of environment?


Sat Aug 09, 2014 1:23 pm
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Did you mean to say Thorium? Thallium is an odorless, tasteless poison. If it got into the food supply someone would probably notice the people dying off after lunch.

A fellow named Kirk Sorensen has a TED Talk posted on Youtube on Thorium LTFR reactors. Thorium is fairly abundant. For a decade or more Sorensen has advocated using Thorium fueled reactors which he claims are safe; they can also be used to consume spent fuel rods, something else we have an over-abundance of.


Sat Aug 09, 2014 9:21 pm
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Thank Graying Skies for replying.

I am referring to THALLIUM.

I have ran hundreds of tests and use high purity thallium metal standards.

I probably posted this Thallium question in the wrong portion of this chat room.

I have asked a few experts a similar question, but so far have not received any adequate response, which prompted me to post here.

Maybe there is not a known answer?


Sun Aug 10, 2014 9:50 am
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jc, I know little about thallium, and/or thorium.

A few known activists have declared implementation of the thorium reactors to be even more expensive than the uranium kettles.

The Sodium Reactor Experiment in the Simi/San Fernando Valley sure created a nightmare they will never, ever, allow us to know the full results of.

Perhaps you are on to something warranting an in depth study.
Are you able to fund it, or do you have the skills to seek funding?

Sry, $'s make the merry-go-round do what it does...

Prof. Michael Pollan had declared it was a point of interest to see that the corn genome was in almost all of our prepared food products. You might contact him for advice.

There is a youtube channel titled Goddards Journal. He offers presentations on various subjects, and is highly thought of by a number of folks I know.
Perhaps you might make contact with him?

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Sun Aug 10, 2014 3:31 pm
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My ignorance regarding thallium led to the discovery of this link to a cure for Thallium poisoning, which also happens to be a method for the removal of Cesium 137 from the body.

http://globalwarmingnuclearwar.blogspot ... -blue.html


Sun Aug 10, 2014 7:20 pm
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Thanks RC and Grayling Skies.

I've been studying this situation for several years and the deeper I look the more questions I have.

When Thallium was first discovered it was claimed that Thallium was in minute amounts in most areas of the world.
Subsequently, there seems to different points of view regarding the amount of thallium in the earth's crust, from a few ppb to a few ppm per KG.

I have not been able to determine if the use of nuclear tools (bombs, power plants, munitions, medicines), via decay has contributed to the amount of Thallium (stable 203 & 205) that seems to be way more prevalent than what is considered as being normal.

Because I have been unable to find answers I felt that perhaps those individuals who frequent this website might be able to shed some light on this opaque matter.

Those interested in discussing this issue deeper can contact me at jcummins1@bellsouth.net


Mon Aug 11, 2014 11:08 am
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My first post...new member....Has any one here taken Prussian Blue....I have looked int to it it is supposed to be harmless...


Fri Aug 15, 2014 4:27 pm
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Stable 205 and 203 Thallium (Tl)
http://periodictable.com/Isotopes/081.2 ... .full.html

http://periodictable.com/Isotopes/081.2 ... .full.html
This page is huge - scroll around to see entire chart

From what I have read - to be effective, Prussian Blue must be administered by a physician soon after exposure to Tl and there is potential dangerous side effects.


Sat Aug 16, 2014 8:46 am
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From the CDC website: http://emergency.cdc.gov/radiation/countermeasures.asp


Sat Aug 16, 2014 12:39 pm
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The Prussian Blue data came from a government funded study to find SOMETHING to reduce radioactive isotopes for highly placed officials in time of war or catastrophe. I'm not referring to our current situation with these elements but a situation MUCH more serious than we have today (unless you maybe live in Fukushima).

If you are really worried about heavy metals (radioactive or not) there are a few simple things you can do that don't involve using painters pigments, harsh chemicals or drugs. Zinc soaks up where CS would, Calcium for Strontium, etc...

...Being deficient in these nutrients is the real risk and no pill or powder will save ya. Your body must already be full of these elements to not "take up" the radioactive forms if something happens.

Here's more info...

http://labs.naturalnews.com/Video-Metal ... acity.html

And Fresh Juicing is a must...

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