Academic Publishers Make Murdoch Look Like A Saint; Why Are 4,000 Fukushima, TMI, Chernobyl Other Nuclear Disaster Peer Reviewed Studies By Elsevier, Springer And Wiley Hidden From Public View? Peer Review Process Corrupted | A Green Road Journal

The big three publishing houses — Elsevier, Springer and Wiley — own most of the world’s more than 20,000 academic journals. Your taxes paid for the scientific studies that they own.

You paid these educational institutions and student’s bills to produce them. You pay for universities to peer review them.

But then you are not allowed to see these studies or read the studies that the public paid for. Students are not even allowed to show families anything related to these studies.

These studies are priced out of reach at a $30 to $4,000 cost each. To make these studies happen at taxpayer expense, they costs billions a year.

There are 3 peer review studies produced every minute, 1.6 million a year. It takes 1,000’s of days, 1000’s of man hours, unimaginable amounts in just equipment, heat, space, wages, and expendables to produce these studies. Do you know anyone that can afford to pay to just read 1 million studies once, at $30 each?

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  1. People forget about the Green run From Hanford. The Green Run occured, when the government purposely let loose one of the largest plumes, of radionuclide poison in history, into South East Washington, using everyone there as test rats. A whole graveyard of miscarried and hopelessly deformed babies, from the aftermath of the radionuclide genocide, can be found in Walla Walla, Washington.

    Since then, tons and tons more of radioactve waste have accumulated at hanford, to be stored, or await the bogus vitirification-gaslighting lie. A lie  that has gone on for 50 years, that will mever happen. Untold amounts of the the most toxic crud known to man, lethal at billionths of a gram, have leaked into the surrounding areas and the columbia river. 

    More of the worst radionuclide waste known :cesium 137, plutonium, uranium poisons, and many more radionuclide wastes have accumulated at hanford from the HOKEY PROMISE OF vitrification.

    If one considers atrocities, like the green run, at Hanford, Hanford is far worse than Mayak.

    Our ethnocentric , evil monkey nucleoapes, will not admit it. It is always Russia or chernobyl etc . That is the worst nuclear abomination on the planet. That is in spite of the fact, that the US military and govt detonated more than a thousand nuclear bombs in mureica,  on its own citizens.

    There is so much old highly radioactive waste, from the cold war and nuclear waste, from the reactors by Hanford, as well as the new shit constantly pouring in. There is a major radiation incident at Hanford, every few months now.

    From Wikipedea The “Green Run” was a secret U.S. Government release of radioactive fission products on December 2–3, 1949, at the Hanford Site plutonium production facility, located in Eastern Washington. Radioisotopes released at that time were supposed to be detected by U.S. Air Force reconnaissance. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to the U.S. Government have revealed some of the details of the experiment.[1] Sources cite 5,500 to 12,000 curies (200 to 440 TBq) of iodine-131 released,[1][2][3] and an even greater amount of xenon-133. The radiation was distributed over populated areas, and caused the cessation of intentional radioactive releases at Hanford until 1962 when more experiments commenced.[3]
    There are some indications contained in the documents released by the FOIA requests that many other tests were conducted in the 1940s prior to the Green Run, although the Green Run was a particularly large test. Evidence suggests that filters to remove the iodine were disabled during the Green Run.[3][4]

    The project gets its name from the processing of uranium at Hanford, WA in an open loop/water cooled nuclear reactor for the sole purpose of irradiating the Uranium-238 producing the fissile Plutonium-239. Due to other unwanted highly radioactive decay products being formed, normal batch processing would take place 83 to 101 days after reactor extraction to allow the radioactive isotopes to decay before extracting the fissile Plutonium-239 in a safe manner for the 30,000 nuclear weapons amassed and now MOX fuel during the cold war by the United States. For the Green Run test, a batch was fresh from the reactor with only a scheduled 16-day decay period and then was vented into the atmosphere prematurely. The unfiltered exhaust from the production facility was therefore much more radioactive than during a normal batch.

    Oral history

    Leland Fox says that his father was in the military and was bivouacked on the banks of the Wenatchee River during the Green Run:

    …and people with radiation suits walked around and moved the little colored flags as the radiation was detected. The cooking was done outdoors and they slept near the beach. The Officers did not stay long except to give orders and drive away. Almost everyone that my father knew was there has died of cancer. My father had chronic lymphocytic leukemia and died from the complications of lung cancer. The Feds said that the leukemia can not be caused by iodine-131 but his doctor, Dr. Bonnie Takasugi of Burien WA, said that it most probably was.[citation needed]

    Health Physicist Carl C. Gamertsfelder, Ph.D. described his recollections as to the reasons for the Green Run by attributing it to the intentions of the Air Force to be able to track Soviet releases.

    Herb Parker called me to request that I, and the groups that I supervised, cooperate with the Air Force in the conduct of an experiment which became known as the Green Run… And we didn’t recommend, we wouldn’t have recommended, that they operate it. We told them that. They wanted to run anyway, and they did run.”[5]

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