William Henry's Revelations
Wednesday May 4, 2011

Unexpected Changes in the Sun Will Change US, Too

The scientific community has been amazed to discover that there are changes taking place in the nuclear decay rate in particles being emitted from the depths of the sun. This is an unprecedented change, and David Sereda here discusses what we are likely to experience as this process continues. The increase of energy involved, which started in 2006, will affect everything on earth, including the human body and the human mind. Scientists believe that it is happening because the solar system has entered an area of the galaxy that is affecting our sun--and us--in ways that we have never seen before. Could the "cosmic sap" predicted by the Mayans to enter the world in 2012 be a "cosmic sub-atomic particle?" Listen and find out!

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What might the change in radioactive decay rate mean for dating of ice core organics, archeological artifacts, and other fossils using carbon14 and other radioactive dating techniques?

If we are constantly absorbing radioactive material from the Fukushima nuclear plant explosion and meltdown disaster, then how is the changing nuclear decay rate from the sun affecting the half-life of those radionuclides and the subsequent affect on our DNA?

Both the type of radiation to which the person is exposed and the pathway by which they are exposed influence health effects. Different types of radiation vary in their ability to damage different kinds of tissue. Radiation and radiation emitters (radionuclides) can expose the whole body (direct exposure) or expose tissues inside the body when inhaled or ingested.

(http://www.epa.gov/rpdweb00/understand/health_effects.html)All kinds of ionizing radiation can cause cancer and other health effects. The main difference in the ability of alpha and beta particles and gamma and x-rays to cause health effects is the amount of energy they can deposit in a given space. Their energy determines how far they can penetrate into tissue. It also determines how much energy they are able to transmit directly or indirectly to tissues and the resulting damage.

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