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Monday, January 30, 2012

Vital Information For Surviving Nuclear Fallout/Dirty bombs/Radiation leaks/Solar Radiation

Every adult should be aware of the information contained in here.Read between the lines.Watch when you have time.Research at the CDC website.make use of a medical library if you have access.
This is a public domain video as it is a work of the US Government.Know what they know so that you can survive.
Links will be posted later because YT is not permitting it!~~~~~~~~~From The Centers for Disease Control
Potassium Iodide (KI) * Radiation Emergency Instructions for Individuals & Families * Dirty Bombs * Sheltering in Place During a Radiation Emergency * Facts About Evacuation During a Radiation Emergency * Nuclear Blast * Radioactive Contamination & Radiation Exposure * Potassium Iodide (KI) * DTPA * Prussian Blue * Neupogen

What is Potassium Iodide (KI)?

Potassium iodide (also called KI) is a salt of stable (not radioactive) iodine. Stable iodine is an important chemical needed by the body to make thyroid hormones. Most of the stable iodine in our bodies comes from the food we eat. KI is stable iodine in a medicine form. This fact sheet from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) gives you some basic information about KI. It explains what you should think about before you or a family member takes KI.
What does KI do?

Following a radiological or nuclear event, radioactive iodine may be released into the air and then be breathed into the lungs. Radioactive iodine may also contaminate the local food supply and get into the body through food or through drink. When radioactive materials get into the body through breathing, eating, or drinking, we say that internal contamination has occurred. In the case of internal contamination with radioactive iodine, the thyroid gland quickly absorbs this chemical. Radioactive iodine absorbed by the thyroid can then injure the gland. Because non-radioactive KI acts to block radioactive iodine from being taken into the thyroid gland, it can help protect this gland from injury.
What KI cannot do

Knowing what KI cannot do is also important. KI cannot prevent radioactive iodine from entering the body. KI canprotect only the thyroid from radioactive iodine, not other parts of the body. KI cannot reverse the health effects caused by radioactive iodine once damage to the thyroid has occurred. KI cannotprotect the body from radioactive elements other than radioactive iodine—if radioactive iodine is not present, taking KI is not protective.
How does KI work?

The thyroid gland cannot tell the difference between stable and radioactive iodine and will absorb both. KI works by blocking radioactive iodine from entering the thyroid. When a person takes KI, the stable iodine in the medicine gets absorbed by the thyroid. Because KI contains so much stable iodine, the thyroid gland becomes full and cannot absorb any more iodine—either stable or radioactive—for the next 24 hours.

Iodized table salt also contains iodine; iodized table salt contains enough iodine to keep most people healthy under normal conditions. However, table salt does not contain enough iodine to block radioactive iodine from getting into your thyroid gland. You should not use table salt as a substitute for KI.
How well does KI work?

Knowing that KI may not give a person 100% protection against radioactive iodine is important. How well KI blocks radioactive iodine depends on * how much time passes between contamination with radioactive iodine and the taking of KI (the sooner a person takes KI, the better), * how fast KI is absorbed into the blood, and * the total amount of radioactive iodine to which a person is exposed.
KI is available without a prescription. You should talk to your pharmacist to get KI and for directions about how to take it correctly. Your pharmacist can sell you KI brands that have been approved by the FDA.
This is not intended as medical advice or a substitute for a physician.I urge you to see a physician and demand information and medicines BEFORE this happens.
Ask them about calcium and the Hanford nuclear reactor leak.Ask them about kelp,miso and the hospital staff in Nagasaki/Hiroshima who NEVER had radiation sickness.
Ask them about Prussian Blue.
Ask them to provide you photocopies from research&medical journals.

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