April 02, 2011

Climb Aboard Launch of Radiation Survivor

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I am focusing my battle against nuclear fallout under the banner of "Radiation Survivor" as you can see on my website RadiationSurvivor.com.

There are plenty of other web sites documenting the physics, news, commentary, speculation, politics and conspiracies bubbling up around Japan's Fukushima nuclear blowout.

My goal is to empower people with knowledge, information, testimonials and HOPE that there are things that all of us can do to face the fallout head on. Whether the threat is imminent or far off, weak or robust, local or global, contrived or real, I am offering proven, healthy treatments to fight the radiation and win.

I'm building on the five cornerstones of Safety, Attitude, Preparation, Life Style and Treatments. I tie into the facts at ToxGas.com and the social interaction on the BlowOutBlog.

Much of the substance of the site is an explication of Dr. Mark Sircus' work in building up the body's immune system with diet and healthy protocols for cleansing toxins out of the body in order to be able to withstand the onslaught of the nuclear legions.

I'll leave it up to other web sites to point fingers and determine which way the winds are blowing. It is not my role to judge who's got it right regarding the minimums, limits and thresholds of radiation dangers.

In the midst of this massive outpouring of radiation from the blownout reactors at Fukushima, and the likely scenario of much more to continue pouring out for years to come, I am guided by the following precepts:

1. There is no such thing as a safe level of nuclear radiation.
2. It is never too early to start preparing the body to fight the radiation.
3. The properly treated body can survive the radiation.

I have become convinced that almost everyone is freaked out, panicked, scared, despondent or angry about this threat, some more than others, and some with a layer of resignation, disbelief or denial papering over their internal turmoil.

I am trying to offer every bit of hope that I can, hope that the individual can do something to fight this beast on a personal level, hope that a mom and dad can encourage their kids, hope that a teacher can pass on to his or her class, hope that a boss can share with his or her crew. The urgency of this moment is calling us to be healthy, healthier, and the healthiest we can be. If, in the face of the potentially deadly radiation, the survival of the individual is in the balance, and it is, than the highest probability of survival goes to the healthiest body that can fight off the isotopes attacking by land, sea and air.

Building upon the foundation of research I assembled into the websites I did for the Gulf oil well blowout, the links to CDC, NIH, EPA, the inventory of survival books and cleaning treatments, it is a short step to filling in the basics of radiation survival.

The website RadiationSurvivor.com is packed with useful information.

I shall gladly accept any recommendations or referrals you suggest or pass my way and I encourage you to share this site with your family and friends.

Dan Youra