Ok. the truth is that his person did not say all that much, and I wasn't going to be probing him. It was a casual conversation and it had to stay that way. Remember, this in casual conversion. It is not my opinion, to the larger extent, but data is difficult to come by. I'm looking at buying one of these and then playing with it. Most of what I say here is extrapolation of what he says.
his main point was that the radiation was not all that bad. the deal is that radiation is set to be very very low, regarding exposure levels that are allowable.basically zero tolerance on radiation exposure, on the ground. This is due to the point that radiation is something that governments want to control. so the levels are set low, regarding exposure. In the same way that even a little bit of murder is not considered to be OK, a little bit of exposure to radiation is not OK. Not in the sense of both being ridiculous allowances. What I mean is that no level of murder is OK, according to law and society. If you allowed for a little bit of murder to be OK, then this wold be license for idiots to kill everyone all the time. Excesses would be the norm. Human nature.
As a psychological comparative, if a bit of radiation was deemed OK, then radiation exposure would likely end up being all over the map. As people, corporations, companies, etc, would all take that to excess, according to their desires. And when radiation is everywhere regarding variation in allowable levels..... you can't control nuclear materials very well, can you? So the allowable exposure levels were set to be exceedingly low.
Along comes Chernobyl and sets everyone's readings off on these Geiger counters. Then we get this Fukushima thing happening.
And yes, Fukushima is reading higher than Chernobyl did, and that is not 'new' news. No revelation there.
Now, granted the exposure levels are high, in the unwanted sense, but not much can be done, regarding the fact that it is out there and cannot be stopped. At least regarding what is already out there.
Granted they should be doing more than they are in stopping the radiation spreading. Our concern is also the very reason that it has gotten out there - was it accidental, this disaster...or not?
He said if you took Geiger counters onto aircraft on long fights, you'd likely get some eye opening numbers come up. As an example, on a 10 hour flight as a comparative...you'd have to stand next to the local reactor at the local college (they have one for research) for a minimum of 80 hours, in order to get the same level of radiation exposure. He said that particular reactor room is so clean, it is practically lower than the background level in normal life.
Regarding spread, he said that when Chernobyl hit, the radiation showed up initially (first readings), in North America, in 48 hours. This means that the radiation was going up VERY high into the atmosphere. If you look at the flow directions, you find the radiation had to circle the globe---- in order to do that.
I asked where he thought the best honest reporting was coming from, as we could not count on governments to tell the truth (regarding safe exposure, see above) and we could count on the internet to be overly paranoid, so what was, according to his knowledge base and experience, the best place to go for honest and knowledgeable reporting?
He paused and thought about it..and he said that some website coming out of Australia seemed to have the inside track and inside information. That they were doing a good job.
Essentially, according to this casual conversation with someone in that position, there is some website in Australia that is doing it best. Perhaps you folks know what that site is.
Are you worried about the rain? I asked. The rain had slowed quite a bit. He laughed, said no..... and ran out into the rain.....
Then it moved to being a bit stranger yet.
A few minutes later....A man and his son sat down. The son was escorting the elderly man around. The man was about 80-85 or so. They weren't about to go out into the rain, he was too old for the chances it would be taking with his health, so they had to wait it out.
It just happened to be a man who was a military man in is earlier years..and he was in charge of the observation and reporting/control for all nuclear research facilities in the country that I am in, for the 1950's-60's.
Our conversation centered around the fact that he took a lot of flights in his work, and the idea of accumulated risk in air flight. And parachuting.
Ie the odds are the same each time you get into the plane or strap on the parachute..but there is a little unrealized factor of 'accumulated risk'. The idea of flipping coins continually and sooner or later, you get heads. The only way to avoid this, is to never get in the plane again. He spoke on how his wife finally relaxed when they sold their small plane, and the accumulated risk was over for them as scenarios go.
However, this goes back to the idea of radiation exposure, for it is the same in many ways, as the idea of accumulated risk. Higher exposure to radiation brings about the factors of constantly flipping coins until you finally DO hit heads. In the case of radiation, we are all now flipping coins at some rate of some sort. Accumulating risk, is what it is. And this action will be going on for quite some time yet.
An important and interesting thought:
By the way, some aspects of aetheric gateway change or over-unity devices DO use radiation in them. T. E. Moray used americium in his over-unity devices. Ionizing radiation, high in the earth's atmosphere, ionizing, working in a charged oscillating polarized atmospheric space. This may degrade humankind's ideas and expectations on ascension (or dimensional opening), this so-called blocking field that surrounds the globe, or it may open it. Like it does for over-unity devices that utilize radiation.
edit, August 24th,2011: A recent interview of Kerry's with DutchSinse of internet fame has shown some interesting connections with the ideas behind project blue beam's particle dispersion requirements... and radioactive decay.