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February 3, 2012

Title: San Onofre Radiation Risk Called Minimal

Source: NBC Los Angeles

Date: Feb 2, 2012

Experts say radiation is all around us — from the rays of the sun to the granite beneath our feet. […]

Charlie Zender, a UC Irvine professor. […] said even those who work inside places like San Onofre would have to double their exposure [to around 100 millisieverts per year] to be at an increased risk of cancer. […]

Zender suspected that if any radiation was released, it was less than a chest X-Ray […]

But radiation can come to us in unexpected ways. Zenger said potassium in our bones and carbon in our flesh also emit radiation.

In fact, Zenger said, sleeping next to someone adds the equivalent of eating one banana each day, neither of which are considered harmful.

http://enenews.com/shocking-radiation-propaganda-local-tv-news-troubled-calif-nuclear-plant-bananas-sleeping-next-granite-100-millisvyr-safe-video

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The Intel Hub
February 2, 2012

A test of a HEPA air filter stationed in California recorded radiation levels at 351% and 538% above normal background levels.

The tests, conducted by the Enviroreporter, show levels much higher than normal background levels that are most likely coming from the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

It is clear that, despite a large scale misinformation campaign conducted by various governments and sock puppets throughout the internet, an increase in radiation HAS been seen in the United States after the Japan Fukushima nuclear disaster.

by Dan Flynn | Jan 31, 2012
FOOD SAFETY NEWS

County sheriffs and federal officials bickering over land, guns and water policies are as old as the West, but the Constitutional Sheriffs Convention, underway for the past three days in Las Vegas, has something new on the menu — food safety regulation.

“I made the decision that the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office was not going to be the milk police,” Sheriff John D’Agostini told his Board of Supervisors in California ahead of the convention.

Sheriff D’Agostini was testifying in favor of the “Local Food and Community Self-Governance” ordinance that El Dorado farmer Pattie Chelseth was asking the supervisors to adopt.

Last April 7, Sheriff D’Agostini refused a request from the California Department of Food and Agriculture to provide back up while state agents issued a “cease and desist” order for Chelseth’s “unlicensed dairy.”

Sheriff D’Agostini’s decision not to cooperate with state and federal food safety agents during enforcement actions may not be that unusual.

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CBS SF Local
January 30, 2012

An East Bay dad claims a game of tag on the playground resulted in his 6-year-old son being accused of sexual assault – a decision he said was an overreaction by school officials.

The parent, who asked only to be identified as Oswin, said his son was accused of brushing his best friend’s leg or groin while the two were playing on the playground at Lupine Hills Elementary in Hercules two months ago.

Oswin said his child was kept in the principal’s office for two hours until he confessed. He was suspended, and a sexual battery charge was placed on his permanent school record.

… Legally, there’s no such thing as sexual assault for a six year-old in California.

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Nigel Morris
The Independent
January 26, 2012

A pioneering technique to predict crime before it happens could be imported from the United States to this country, a senior British police chief said yesterday.

Pilots of the scheme – under which officers are dispatched to crime hotspots identified by computer – have had early success in California.

The method of “predictive policing” was outlined at a criminal justice seminar in London by the US police chief, Captain Sean Malinowski, who has introduced it in a Los Angeles suburb.

Chief Constable Nick Gargan, the chief executive of the National Policing Improvement Agency, gave a warm welcome to the “exciting initiative”.

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Thursday, January 26, 2012 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

(NaturalNews) In order to simulate various flavors in processed foods, some food manufacturers are actually using aborted fetal cells to test and produce these artificial chemical enhancers that millions of Americans consume every single day. Concerned about the ethical and moral implications of such a process, Oklahoma Senator Ralph Shortey has introduced new legislation to prohibit this practice from occurring in his home state.

Senomyx, a California-based biotechnology company that specializes in developing food flavorings, is one such company that uses aborted embryonic cells to create “isolated human taste receptors,” which are used in the production of food chemicals. And this company has partnered with several major food manufacturers, including Kraft, PepsiCo, and Nestle (http://www.naturalnews.com/032043_human_fetal_cells_artificial_flavors.html).

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The Intel Hub
January 24, 2012

A man shot dead outside a Los Angeles Carl’s Jr. fast food chain by trigger happy cops (unfortunately) sets the stage for more of what is to come with the looming economic collapse.

This is a sign of the times as people (some more desperate than others) will sometimes go to great extents to feed themselves. Studies have shown that the average human will kill for food after not eating for 7 days.

On the flip side, with the increased crime and violence in this dilapidated country we now live in, police are now operating out of fear, as you can now easily get shot for absolutely nothing.

The disgruntled Monterey Park man was shot while trying to break the windows and enter a Carl’s Jr. at around 9:30 AM in Monterey Park, California.

The man was carrying an “electrical pipe bender”, a tool frequently used by electricians. When he raised the bender at the officers, the police failed to ease him and went straight for their pistols, pumping 6 shots into the suspect.