Thursday, March 17, 2011

Daily Digest March 16, 2011


The DAILY DIGEST: INFORMATION and OPINION from ST. JOHN'S to VICTORIA.
ARCHIVED at http://cdndailydigest.blogspot.com/

PAPERS PAGEs
HALIFAX CHRONICLE HERALD - OTTAWA CITIZEN - TORONTO STAR - GLOBE & MAIL - NATIONAL POST - SUNS - WINNIPEG FREE PRESS - VANCOUVER OBSERVER-
Experts say BC at low risk of Japanese radiation
http://www.vancouverobserver.com/politics/news/2011/03/15/experts-say-bc-low-risk-japanese-radiation


OPINION AND INFORMATION

Ministers' 'stunt to dump 1,000 pages' on MPs 17 minutes before committee appearance shows contempt, says Liberal MP
http://www.hilltimes.com/dailyupdate/view/101
Opposition slams 11th-hour tabling of F-35 cost breakdown
http://www.canada.com/Opposition+slams+11th+hour+tabling+cost+breakdown/4460040/story.html#ixzz1GvDl7H9x
Kenney takes heat over 'award of excellence' bearing Tory logo
http://www.canada.com/news/Kenney+takes+heat+over+award+excellence+bearing+Tory+logo/4401785/story.html#ixzz1GrUL2y3j
Debt soars as Tories spend
http://www.torontosun.com/news/canada/2011/03/17/17660471.html
House committee ends second day in stalemate
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2011/03/17/pol-privilege-committee.html
Draft motion says Tories in contempt of Parliament
http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Canada/20110317/contempt-hearing-110317/
Canada offers expertise, DART assistance to Japan
http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Canada/20110317/canadian-efforts-in-japan-110317/
Afghan training mission will include medical component
http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Canada/20110317/mackay-medical-mission-110317/
Harper's Americas strategy falling short: internal review
http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Canada/20110317/harper-americas-strategy-review-110317/
Study casts doubts over Tory strategy on illicit drug use
http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Canada/20110317/study-drug-use-ottawa-strategy-110317/


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FOCUS ONCE AGAIN ON POTENTIAL RADIATION

This was written to a person on facebook.
Should you know a ham radio operators
tell them to contact me.  There will be a
role for them to play to create a shield a
against plutonium I'm led to believe and
will be enabled to amplify on tomorrow

This was opinion written a few minutes ago
Being terrified serves no purpose, first of all. Secondly from what I gather ensure you and yours have adequate iodine in your system. Be prepared to bunker down inside if reports are any is coming your way - that is stay inside so you do not inhale any particles that may be left. If you know any ham radio operators have them contact me there's an approach to dealing with the plutonium that involves their broadcasting. - more on this tomorrow. .....Joe <joe.hueglin@bellnet.ca> 905-356-3901 are my co-ordinates outside face book.

This took the greater part of the day to day
aside from assisting in rearranging the attic
spring has come with flowers here and cleaning.

This positive just received on face book :

"Canadian detectors will track radioactive particles from Japan"
Read more: http://www.canada.com/news/Canadian+detectors+will+track+radioactive+particles+from+Japan/4460361/story.html#ixzz1GvNJEiU8

______________________________________________________________________
To: "National Media" <joe.hueglin@bellnet.ca>
From: Joe Hueglin <joe.hueglin@bellnet.ca>
Subject: UPDATE: Potential danger from radioactive plutonium
  unmentioned.



Unrecognized and not presented in the article "Experts say BC at low risk of Japanese radiation" http://www.vancouverobserver.com/politics/news/2011/03/15/experts-say-bc-low-risk-japanese-radiation is that, in addition to radioactive iodine entering the atmosphere from the damaged Japanese reactor, there may be plutonium which is a greater danger.  Having a longer life It will not have lose its radioactivity. Additionally plutonium,  http://www.epa.gov/rpdweb00/radionuclides/plutonium.html#protectmyself , cannot be forestalled from having negative effects when inhaled as can  radioactive iodine.

IAn expert is quoted as having stated:

"The main form of radiation that has the most severe impact like in Chernobyl is radioactive iodine (iodine 131)," explained Brauer. "It loses half of its radioactivity in eight days. The fastest it could get here if it came directly from Japan is four or five days, and by that time, two things would have happened. One, it would disperse so it's nowhere near the concentration it would have in Japan, and two, it would lose its radioactivity.

"Fuel rod reactions stoke nuclear tensions" http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4214120/Plutonium--fuel-rod-reactions-stoke-nuclear-tensions?pageNumber=1# and are increasing the potential for radioactive particulates being generated and entering the atmosphere . These may be carried by the jet stream winds eastward to the western coasts of North America  placing those Canadians and Americans residing there at risk . http://wn.com/CBC_Reports_On_Possible_Radioactive_Fallout_Hitting_BC_Canada !

Prime Minister Harper is quoted as saying there is  "no evidence of a scenario that presents any risk to this country," http://www.vancouverobserver.com/politics/news/2011/03/15/experts-say-bc-low-risk-japanese-radiation This is inaccurate.  There is a scenario in which radioactive plutonium may come. It is being produced.  It can come this way . Risk.exists.

A risk of which Canadians ought to be made aware and whatever possible preparations made to counteract it.

Joe Hueglin
905-356-3901.

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