Friday, June 17, 2011

Never know what may turn out to be our advantage

(written June, 16th)
     This morning, my concern was about the worldwide blackout and how to prevent it. The solar flare created by the explosions on the surface of the sun will cause solar storms.

     Introduced on the above websites, In 1859, largest flare which caused a massive coronal mass ejection (CME) to travel directly toward Earth taking 18 hours. This is remarkable because such a journey normally takes three to four days. The largest recorded geomagnetic storm occurred. Aurora were seen around the world, most notably over the Caribbean; also noteworthy were those over the Rocky Mountains that were so bright that their glow awoke gold miners, who began preparing breakfast because they thought it was morning. Telegraph systems all over Europe and North America failed in some cases even shocking telegraph operators.Telegraph pylons threw sparks and telegraph paper spontaneously caught fire.”
     In other documents, they recorded that electric poles caught fire in this event. Several scientists have written a thesis about what will happen when a large solar storm occur today. Most of them state that it will most likely take at least one month to recover the power plants. NASA has written numerous thesis and warnings in this past ten years about the damage prediction on Earth by the electro-magnetic waves from the sun. 
However, I haven’t seen any thesis on what will happen when the nuclear power plant has lost its electric power caused by a large solar storm. 

Will the emergency cooling down button really work in such situation?  If it doesn’t work, we couldn’t wait for a month recovery. 
Just looking at the recent Fukushima accident, we know that if there is over eight hours of blackout it creates a severe damage to the area.

    Fortunately, out of this misfortune that happened in Japan, the whole world is reexamining and reconsidering its own nuclear power plant. Some countries have already decided to stop using it or to build new ones.

    In Japan, the government is taking this matter into serious consideration and planning thoroughgoing countermeasures. Imagining, we had entered the giant solar storm without experiencing this accident in Fukushima, it would have been a most devastating tragedy. Today, we have more than four hundred nuclear power plants worldwide. Later on, the world may verify that the Fukushima nuclear accident had prevented a worldwide disaster. At the same time, I’m also sensing that we are entering a new era where humans are starting to develop resistance against nuclear radiation.

    Since the ancient times, living things on Earth have successfully evolved by overcoming and developing the toxin resistance from radiations and oxygen. Humans were able to survive through the chain of life because of the outbreak of CO2 that reduced the amount of oxygen. Prof. Kunihiko Takeda who specializes in the research of nuclear radiation claims repeatedly that its nonsense to reduce CO2. It is necessary.

   Therefore, I would say this Fukushima accident that seems like a tragedy, may eventually turn out to be an advantage. The people in this area may start to develop resistance to radiation faster than others who are less affected. I’m not saying you should be exposed without any knowledge and caution. You should still do everything you can like I have suggested in my previous articles.

    We will have a period, a chance to start adjusting our immune system. For all creatures to evolve, forward mutation must occur in the DNA. DNA is ancestral heritage. I feel that those who had cared for the spiritual pipeline of the ancestors are able to mutate. There is the third invisible line in the DNA structure. I sense that those who send gratitude and kuyō to the invisible part of self shall evolve.
Ikashite-itadaite arigato-gozaimasu

Thank you for letting us live

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