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DNA REPAIR TECHNOLOGY USING GRAAL STAR A NECESSITY IN A PERIOD OF EXPONENTIAL INCREASE OF BACKROUND RADIATION EXPOSURE

Relatia dintre cresterea fara precedent a radiatiei de fond si cancer The relationship between background radiation exposure and cancer

Tehnologia repararii ADN folosind GRAAL STAR si QI MAGEN este deja o necesitate intr-o epoca in care alinierea galactica a declansat o cresterea fara precedent a radiatiilor de fond emise de ecuatorul Caii Lactee ,dar si o amplificare a radiatiei Soarelui, bomba termonucleara pe care o avem deasupra capetelor .O prima consecinta a fost instabilizarea campului magnetic terestru si a protectiei pe care o oferea ionosfera(gaura din patura de ozon este doar un efect al scaderii campului magneti terestru)cresterea radiatiei de fond si amplificarea declansarii de mutatii ale ADN(cancer,boli provocate de virusi mutanti).

Gamma-ray image of the sky


If you could see gamma-rays, these two spinning neutron stars or pulsars would be among the brightest objects in the sky. This computer processed image shows the Crab Nebula pulsar (below and right of center) and the Geminga pulsar (above and left of center) in the \”light\” of gamma-rays.

These two x-ray images of the Sun were taken at two different times in the Sun\’s 11-year cycle of magnetic activity–near a minimum (left) and a maximum (right), also called Solarmin and Solarmax At Solarmin, magnetic activity is lower, and less heating of the Sun\’s corona occurs, making it appear dark at x-ray wavelengths. Solarmax is another story altogether. Image courtesy of Yohkoh.

High energy gamma rays emitting from the Milky Way result of artificial bending of space and time?
India Daily Technology Team
Jan. 9, 2007

High energy gamma rays emitting from the Milky Way in November, 2005,by physicists at nearly a dozen research institutions, including New York University.This discovery evidence for very high energy gamma rays emitting from the Milky Way, marking the highest energies ever detected from the galactic equator. The research team, which includes nearly 40 physicists, reported that Milagro, positioned at an altitude of 8600 feet in the Jemez Mountains, detected a signal along the galactic equator region and interpreted it as arising from gamma rays with a median energy of 3.5 trillion electron-volts, or 3500 times the mass-energy of a proton. Previous satellite experiments have seen gamma-ray emissions along the galactic equator reaching up to energies of only 30 billion electron-volts.

Solar cycles will peak in 2012 ��� the devastation can be severe as 400-year cycle repeats itself
India Daily Technology Team
Dec. 24, 2006

Data from NASA and other scientific sources point to something big in 2012. The solar cycles will peak like never before in the last 400 years. The 400 – year cycle normally is associated with severe volcanoes, earthquakes, devastating floods, storms and Tsunamis. Many of these 400-year cycles have seen mind boggling super volcanoes. Solar cycle 24, due to peak in 2010 or 2011 may be delayed by six months to a year it seems. But effects of that delay can be severe.

When a gust of solar wind hits Earth\’s magnetic field, the impact causes the magnetic field to shake. If it shakes hard enough, we call it a geomagnetic storm. When moderate in historical terms, these storms cause power outages and make compass needles swing in the wrong direction. Auroras are a beautiful side-effect. But when the magnitude escalates many times, many other geo-physical effects start happening. The amount of geomagnetic activity now tells the scientists what the solar cycle is going to be like 6 to 8 years in the future.

Earthquakes and volcanoes show extreme disturbance in the outer and inner core of the earth – havoc in 2012?
Media Release
Dec. 4, 2006

A computer model monitoring the recent seismic disturbances ��� earthquakes and volcanoes show extreme disturbance in the outer and inner core of the earth. The interaction of the inner core and the rest of the earth cause the electromagnetic properties of the earth. The ongoing polar reversal is accelerating and will eventually have reverse polarity in North and South pole. According to the simulation model, the earth���s inner core and outer core is going through some serious disturbances. That in turn is influencing the viscous semi fluid mantle. When that happens, the convection within mantle increases substantially. That is also influenced by solar polar reversal. In our modern age we have not experienced a simultaneous solar and terrestrial polar reversal. Between now and 2012, these disturbances will keep increasing making earth���s crust and tectonic plates very disturbed causing severe volcanoes and earthquakes.

In the last four months the earth experienced the largest three earthquakes in the last two hundred years. The under water volcanoes and earthquakes have gone up 88% over the last three years. The continental earthquakes have gone up by 62% during the same time frame. The rate of increase of these earthquakes and volcanoes when drawn against time is staggering.

Some scientists are now afraid that we are moving towards 2012 with ticking time bomb under us. Something catastrophic like the lost world Atlantis can repeat.

The relationship between background radiation exposure and cancer
India Daily Media Release
Jan. 3, 2007

It is important to understand that exposure of a person to radiation does not mean they will get cancer. People are exposed to radiation on a daily basis, mainly from natural sources in the environment and to a lesser extent from human activities such as medical X-rays. This radiation exposure is measured in units of dose called millirem. Natural sources of radiation include radon, other naturally occurring radioactive material in the Earth, cosmic rays, and even some radioactive materials that naturally occur in a person\’s body. All of these radiation sources contribute to what is often referred to as \” It is important to understand that exposure of a person to radiation does not mean they will get cancer. People are exposed to radiation on a daily basis, mainly from natural sources in the environment and to a lesser extent from human activities such as medical X-rays. This radiation exposure is measured in units of dose called millirem.

Natural sources of radiation include radon, other naturally occurring radioactive material in the Earth, cosmic rays, and even some radioactive materials that naturally occur in a person\’s body. All of these radiation sources contribute to what is often referred to as \”background radiation.\” Over the course of a year, the average person will be exposed to a total of about 360 millirem of background radiation, with about 300 millirem of that total coming from natural background radiation (that is radon, cosmic rays, and rocks and soils). Over 50 years, the average person will be exposed to about 15,000 millirem of natural background radiation.

Scientists use what is called a health effects estimator to predict how many people in a population who are exposed to radiation would be expected to die from cancer. The number of fatalities increases with the amount of radiation; the more radiation to the same size population the more health effects would be predicted. As an example, people living in Denver, at an altitude of 1,500 meters (5,000 feet), receive an annual radiation dose that is higher than the average person who lives near sea level. The extra radiation dose from cosmic radiation contributes about an extra annual 30 millirem to each person in Denver. Using the health effects estimator, a scientist would calculate a slightly higher estimate of health effects in Denver than in the same sized city near sea level because of this extra 30 millirem.

This scaling method of estimating cancer fatalities from radiation dose may overestimate the number of expected fatalities from low level radiation. This is because some scientists have evidence suggesting there may be a minimal threshold of radiation exposure necessary for a cancer fatality to be possible. These scientists reason that the human body may repair the small number of cells that may be damaged from low level radiation exposure.

.\” Over the course of a year, the average person will be exposed to a total of about 360 millirem of background radiation, with about 300 millirem of that total coming from natural background radiation (that is radon, cosmic rays, and rocks and soils). Over 50 years, the average person will be exposed to about 15,000 millirem of natural background radiation.

Radiation from the Sun at different Wavelengths


Radiation from the Sun is photographed using a spectrometer and is analyzed through the use of a spectrograph. The dark lines in the spectrum are called absorption lines, and are caused by the absorption of radiation by elements in the Sun���s atmosphere. By studying these absorption lines, scientists are able to identify the elements present in the Sun. The prominent line at the red end of the spectrum is one of the hydrogen lines and the lines in the yellow indicate the presence of sodium.

The Sun at different Wavelengths

The Sun emits light primarily in the visible spectrum, but it also emits at other wavelengths, as illustrated in the following figure. (Recall that the visible part of the spectrum extends from about 4000 �� up to about 7500 �� in wavelength.) The following false-color images show the Sun at X-Ray and UV wavelengths.

The Sun at X-Ray wavelengths The Sun at UV wavelengths

The X-Ray image was ta
ken in 1992 with the Yohkoh Soft X-ray Telescope (SXT). Since X-Rays are normally emitted from objects having temperatures of millions of degrees, this indicates that such hot spots occur in the Sun\’s upper atmosphere and corona. It is not completely understood why the Sun is producing the broad diffuse X-Ray glow seen in this image (more info). Here is the most recent Yohkoh image, and here is an MPEG movie (about 100 kB) of SXT observations for the last month.

The UV image was taken by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO). It is sensitive to the light emitted by highly charged iron ions at high temperature. In the image, lighter regions are at temperatures of about 1 million degrees, while darker regions are somewhat cooler (more info)

Current Solar Images at Various Wavelengths

Here are current solar images in various wavelength bands:

where, for example, the notation Fe XII (195 ��) denotes imaging in the light of a 195 Angstrom transition in the +11 charge state of iron (chemical symbol Fe, ionization state 12, with the neutral atom denoted Fe I).

Cosmic gamma radiation

The cosmic gamma rays constitute the highest-energy domain of electromagnetic spectrum. Gamma-ray photons emitted by celestial bodies are ten of thousand times more energetic than photons of visible light.

Visible light radiation has wavelength range from about 4000 angstroms to 7000 angstroms. This corresponds to an energy of two or three electron volts comparing to gamma-ray photons energy domain which starts at about 100 keV.

BACKGROUND RADIATION

People have always been exposed to natural radiation. We are exposed to radiation from our environment and from within our bodies. The average person living in the U. S. receives a radiation dose of about 360 mrem every year. This comes as a combination of both natural and man-made sources of radiation.

Natural Background Radiation

This exposure is a result of cosmic rays (radiation from the sun and outer space), radioactivity in the earth\’s crust (rocks and soil), radon gas, and radioactive material present in our bodies (e.g. potassium,carbon) from our food and water.

Natural Background Radiation = 295 mRem (82%)

Manmade Radiation = medical + consumer products= 63 mRem (18%)

DNA REPAIR TECHNOLOGY USING GRAAL STAR A NECESSITY IN A PERIOD OF EXPONENTIAL INCREASE OF BACKROUND RADIATION EXPOSURE

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