This is how we got dosed by one radioactive tracer element out of 3000 – xe33, Xenon33 an Extremely short-lived dangerous Alpha Emitter – as they pass through the United States dosing us with deadly Alpha radiation. Most people tend to think that gamma or x-ray or beta radiation doses – the high-speed penetrate everything days are the most deadly – that would be false.
The deadly thing about Alpha radiation is that it doesn’t last very long; has a very short half-life iodine 131 lives for 7 (it is what killed me) days, strontium-90 half life 28.8 years and is a radioactive isotope of strontium produced by nuclear fission, with a half-life of 28.8 years. But during those days is putting up huge off the scale ionization levels that will drop you like a sniper round where you stand. And if they happen to get internal by breathing drinking or eating you are certainly on the path to death do not pass go do not pass go do not collect $200.
So – the Alpha Emitters are only putting out low-level ionizing levels of radiation BUT AT A PROLIFIC SCALE! It is easier to breath into lungs and easier to ingest as food!
You can see here how they all fit together – all 2000 plus of them.. this is what killed me and this is what IS KILLING YOU!!
Published on Mar 4, 2019
St Patrick’s day 2011 is when the #Xenon 133 clouds approached the west coast. And there was much more than just Xenon 133 in those clouds! 100’s of other radioactive isotopes. Some of the days got cut as this model was pulled from The Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU) has terminated the simulation of the FLEXPART model for Fukushima. https://www.woweather.com/weather/new… Xe 133 is produced by fission of Uranium U 235. Xenon-133 a radioisotope of xenon having a half-life of 5.3 days.
Xenon-133 Decay Chain Xenon-133 decays into Cesium-133. Xenon-133 Radioactive Decay: The unstable nucleus of this radioactive gas emits ionizing particles in order to lose energy and reach a stable state. It undergoes Beta decay by radiating Beta Rays (β) with 0.427 MeV decay energy. This radioisotope also emits small amounts of Gamma (γ) rays. This diffusible Xenon 133 gas passes through the cell membranes while exchanging between tissue and blood. It has a better solubility in body fats. No long term animal studies have been performed to evaluate carcinogenic potential or whether Xenon Xe 133 affects fertility in males or females.