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Dinosaur Extinction Was A Preview Of The Fukushima Kill-Off
Sat Mar 11, 2017 06:22

Dinosaur Extinction Was A
Preview Of The Fukushima Kill-Off
A Sobering, Inarguable Explanation Of The Cataclysm At Hand

By Yoichi Shimatsu
Exclusive to Rense

Nobody should burst out with laughter on this solemn sixth anniversary of the Fukushima reactor meltdowns, not while this garden of a planet is being reduced to a lifeless desert. So please forgive me for convulsing with vitriolic euphoria at the sight of those evil clowns of climate science who’ve slipped on a banana peel. With the gaping-mouth shock of Jim Carey, the Fukushima deniers known alternatively as climate scientists are astonished that their rigged studies are being dropped from the websites of federal agencies, including the Environmental Protection Agency, Bureau of Land Management and NOAA.

A slash in funding for fake science uplifts my spirits after scrimping for 12 field-research trips into the Fukushima nuclear-exclusion zone for independent radioactivity readings to counter the totality of falsehood from TEPCO, the Japanese government, the IAEA and the US Department of Energy, along with the rest of the nuclear lobby and its climate-change cheerleaders. Some of that deep-in field research required peddling a bicycle into the forbidden zone to evade nuclear-security guards and spending nights outdoors on a hammock under a tarp in the radioactive rain.

In those same difficult years the climate hacks at major universities and research institutes were comfortably enthroned inside their labs and flew business class to UN climate summits, expenses and salaries paid with taxpayer funding. Meanwhile average families, worried about the health risk to their children, were bamboozled by the high priests of phony science who did absolutely nothing to protect the innocents. Those charlatans knew all along that every attempt to stem the radioactive bleed into the Pacific Ocean, with expensive but flawed technologies from TEPCO, the DOE, GE and AREVA, had failed miserably. My repeated urging to bore a network of tunnels into the Abukuma Plateau for storage of radioactive water was ignored in tone-deaf silence.

Instead of hearing out the findings and advice from citizen researchers, the arrogant professorial caste engaged in media censorship by countering facts with factoids to dismiss the nuclear threat as “alarmism” while their paid trolls mocked citizen researchers with insulting comments at online news sites and in letters to editor. The climate-change hucksters further violated the standards of science ethics by organizing a physical assault on Canadian marine researcher Dana Durnford and then filing a lawsuit to complete the character assassination.

The grand deception of dire global warming began at the 1997 Kyoto Summit, which was primarily funded by TEPCO and Toyota to promote a future of electric cars recharged with nuclear energy. That I know for a fact as an editor in Tokyobecause I did much of the publicity work on the kick-start of the Kyoto Protocol.

At long last two decades later, thanks to the Trump team, the apologists for the nuclear industry will soon feel the lash of budget cuts and now it’s their turn to be hunted down like wounded quarry. No quarter asked and none given.

The Sixth Mass Extinction

The battle between climate scientists at their desks and citizen researchers in the field is a continuation of the historical debate between the dominant ideology of Darwin-Lyell “uniformitarianism” in geology (which greatly influenced the gradualist theory of biological evolution) and the “catastrophism” advocated by pioneering paleontologist Georges Cuvier. Here, I examine the Fukushima meltdowns as a catastrophe-in-progress pushing toward the Sixth Mass Extinction. It is also as an “impact event” strangely similar to the Yucatan meteorite that exterminated the dinosaurs.

Despite a hostile reaction from geologists and climate scientists during its first two decades, the Alvarez theory of a meteorite-caused dinosaur extinction has since become accepted as the most substantive explanation for the demise of the dinosaurs. The most recent of the Big Five extinction events, the catastrophe that ended the Age of the Dinosaurs and heralded the Rise of Mammals is known as the Cretaceous-Paleogene mass extinction (K/Pg, formerly called K/T or Cretaceous-Tertiary). Analysis of the thin layer of iridium that separates mammalian remains from dinosaur fossils was conducted by physicist Luis Alvarez, his son the geologist Walter, and nuclear chemist Frank Asaro and Helen Vaughn Mitchell, who together authored the 1980 research paper “Extraterrestrial Cause for the Cretaceous-Tertiary Extinction: Experiment and Theory”.

Their argument is based on distinguishing two types of Earth changes. On one hand, there’s the slow-developing cumulative transformations caused by tectonic movements, sedimentary flows, the growth of coral reefs, and changes in atmospheric oxygen levels due to vegetation or, conversely, carbon dioxide build-up By contrast, impact events are sudden and unpredictable shocks from off-planet sources, for instance, a burst of gamma radiation from the explosion of a distant quasars or large meteor strike. Further on, I explain why radioactive meltdowns at Chernobyl and Fukushima are, in their essence, impacts of off-planet origin like the Chicxulub meteor that hit Yucatan some 66 million years ago.

The Alvarez theory suggests that the Chicxulub meteor, which crashed down at a sharp angle from the east, caused vast plumes of dust that blocked sunlight around the planet, halting photosynthesis for long enough to starve vegetation-eating dinosaurs. In an otherwise coherent theory about the Fifth Extinction, the effect of the dust cloud is sketchy and dubious. Luis Alvarez was much too intelligent to have believed that the consequent dust storm led to the permanent loss of most dinosaur species by starvation.

The fodder for the giant beasts, the flowering trees that had developed during the previous Jurassic era, continued to thrive to this day and haven’t changed much between then and now. Although the Chicxulub crater was vast at 180 km in diameter, dinosaurs on the other side of the planet could have easily climbed to higher elevations in search of leafy matter inside mountain valleys or along shorelines where they could have subsisted on algae, which require less sunlight than shrubbery.

Another nagging question is: Why did frail mammals and the earliest birds survive en masse if there was no vegetation? Or, for that matter, the snakes, lizards, crocodiles and turtles? All these burrowing species received less sunlight that the great dinosaurs such as the T-rexes, brontosauruses and triceratops roaming the land surface. The fact is that most types of dinosaurs survived and only after an overtime period of thousands of years vanished from mysterious causes. The dust cloud hypothesis, in short, was an official smokescreen to obscure the far more probable cause of dinosaur extinction, which is genetic damage from radioactivity.

A Hidden Cipher

Concealed like a code or cipher within the Alvarez theory is a dark secret that conveys a stern warning, which the U.S. national security establishment had motive to suppress: The Chicxulub meteor was an incoming nuclear bomb that imploded on impact and the radioactive fallout caused mutations, expressed in cancers, malformations and still births in eggs, which eventually broke down the chromosomes of the descendants of surviving dinosaurs. Fossilized nests of unhatched eggs found in the western desert of China perhaps offer a clue as to their finale demise.

Other than the apparent censorship due to national security related to nuclear-weapons policy, the K/T impact theory is a masterpiece of deduction and forensic analysis. Luis Alvarez (1911-1988) was a brilliantly creative nuclear physicist who had conducted R&D at the Lawrence laboratory at U.C. Berkeley, the MIT radiation lab, and the Manhattan Project in Los Alamos, where he created the electric detonator for the symmetrical implosion of the hydrogen bomb that obliterated Nagasaki. His invention of that trigger for the plutonium device that destroyed up to a quarter-million human lives is probably what accounted for his fascination with mass extermination by radioactivity and its long-term consequence of species extinction.

Alvarez is remembered for his letter to a Japanese research colleague. One minute before the B-29 “Bockscar” released the Fat Man plutonium bomb over Nagasaki, a companion aircraft named “The Great Artiste” released three canisters containing identical shockwave sensors and facsimiles of a handwritten letter, unsigned but unmistakably scrawled by Luis Alvarez’s hand.

Atomic Bomb Command
August, 1945

To: Prof. R. Sagane
From: Three of your former scientific colleagues during your stay in the United States.

We are sending this as a personal message to urge that you use your influence as a reputable nuclear physicist, to convince the Japanese General Staff of the terrible consequences which will be suffered by your people if you continue in this war.

You have known for several years that an atomic bomb could be built if a nation were willing to pay the enormous cost of preparing the necessary material. Now that you have seen that we have constructed the production plants, there can be no doubt in your mind that all the output of these factories, working 24 hours a day, will be exploded on your homeland.

Within the space of three weeks, we have proof-fired one bomb in the American desert, exploded one in Hiroshima, and fired the third this morning.

We implore you to confirm these facts to your leaders, and to do your utmost to stop the destruction and waste of life which can only result in the total annihilation of all your cities, if continued. As scientists, we deplore the use to which a beautiful discovery has been put, but we can assure you that unless Japan surrenders at once, this rain of atomic bombs will increase manyfold in fury.

To my friend Sagane
With best regards from
unsigned (Louis W. Alvarez)

That letter warning of total annihilation of humans and other life-forms on the Japanese archipelago is the key to unlocking the mystery of what Alvarez suspected in the thin layer of isotopic traces from the Fifth Mass Extinction, the greatest-ever ecocide, which ultimately eliminated the dinosaurs from the face of the Earth. Alvarez’s words of warning to Japan and the rest of the world remain even more valid today given the relentless radioactive releases from Fukushima.

In the subsequent postwar era, Alvarez was a member of JASON, the elite defense science group and, therefore, had the highest-level security clearance, notably in an era of mutual-assured destruction (MAD) at the brink of a global nuclear war that could indeed wipe out all life on Earth. By chance or call it karma, his son Walter was a geologist conducting field research on the K/T boundary along a limestone canyon in Italy during the early 1970s. On a visit to see his son in Italy, Luis Alvarez sent a soil sample to his former colleagues, the nuclear chemists Frank Asaro and Helen Vaughn Michel at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. Their expertise in neutron activation analysis involved bombarding any mixture of metals with neutrons to create their respective radioisotopes, which emit radiation of different wavelengths that can be quickly measured to identify the component metals.

Violent and Senseless Slaughter

Alvarez senior introduced not only a novel technology, but more significantly a perspective based on his previous work with the A-bomb project at Los Alamos, which is catastrophism. At the time of publication of “Extraterrestrial Cause” in 1980, geology was dominated by the uniformitarianism of Darwin’s mentor Charles Lyell, who had suggested that Earth changes are so gradual as to be hardly noticeable. Now think of layers of sediment painting the seabeds, generations of coral creeping toward the ocean’s sparkling surface, or volcanic ash wafting down onto terraced fields. Calmness suited the temperament of a gifted amateur (Lyell was a lawyer by profession) in the mild climes of England. An avid admirer of Lyell, Charles Darwin based his famous hypothesis on the incremental formation of coral atolls. Likewise his theory of evolution presents life in slow motion, with subtle environment factors gently prodding the herd in favor of one characteristic over the other, like a Shropshire breeder culling his flock of sheep.

Survival of the fittest is based on ever-so slight advantages, with the loser falling by the wayside and dying childless with a polite whimper like a spinster in a BBC period costume drama. The more sinister aspect is, of course, Social Darwinism, the ideology of the British Empire against all rivals with the colonialist policy of rather unnatural selection, whereby calico looms in India were deliberately smashed to favor textile imports from Lancastershire and slavery installed in the American South to supply the cotton. In an ideal flock of Darwinian sheep all the rams except the bellwether are castrated and after being sheared of wool, dispatched bleating to the abattoir. Roast leg of mutton for Easter supper, it is just so bloodless.

In stark contrast, the catastrophism envisioned by Georges Cuvier suggested robust expansion, violence and often just senseless slaughter, like the Napoleonic Wars that engulfed the Continent from Moscow to Waterloo. Cuvier studied in university under Jean Baptiste Lamarck, the founder of early evolution theory who had the temerity to suggest that species can degenerate and die off. In those days of Christian morals, the notion of extinction was considered a heresy against God’s Creation. Cuvier seized upon the concept of extinction as ending the reign of a dominant biological group while, at the same time, creating a space for the rise of new species.

Cuvier was the founder of vertebrate paleontology, the bastard child of biology and geology. He delighted in the excavation of the fossils of monstrous creatures that no longer roamed the Earth, and supervised the first systematic digs for a mastodon, giant sloth and pterodactyl.

On orders of Napoleon Bonaparte, he was appointed to the new National Museum. Cuvier was a man of his time, the French Revolution and Bonaparte regime, which was a rupture from the traditional order of aristocracy and clergy with their illusive desire for eternal stability. In revolutionary times, one needed only imagination and courage to create the radically new. As famously put by Napoleon: “Impossible is a word to be found only in the dictionary of fools.” Just by touching and examining a single fossilized bone, Cuvier was reputed to accurately estimate the dimensions and shape of a still unknown creature.

Is it any wonder then that an equally brilliant mind unexpectedly revived the notion of catastrophism? Although he did not intend it, Luis Alvares restored the prestige of Cuvier.

Not all geophysicists or climate scientists were bowled over by his stroke of genius. One counter-theory proffered was the Deccan Traps conjecture, which suggests that mud flows from vulcanism in central India killed off the dinosaurs, while others argued tenaciously for climate change as the driver of dinosaur extinction, a baseless claim that has since been rejected. Uniformitarian habits of thinking die hard, which explains why the advocates of climate science stubbornly refuses to see, hear or speak, or acknowledge in any way the obvious truth that the catastrophic spread of Fukushima radioactivity is an infinitely greater threat to life than anthropogenic global warming due to carbon dioxide emissions resulting in less than a tepid 1 Celsius difference in average world temperature over a century.


The Alvarez Cipher

Now let’s crack the Alvarez Cipher hidden within the Chicxulub meteor strike. The K/T (K/Pg) boundary contains a strong concentration of iridium in much higher concentration than anywhere else on Earth. That iridium (

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