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06/08/2012
IT HAS BEEN AMPLY DEMONSTRATED: EVEN VERY LOW DOSES OF NATURAL RADIATION CAN BE HARMFUL!

This is the result arrived at both during the ARPA National Congress held in Novara from 6 to 8 June 2012, and also confirmed just a few weeks later during the ISPRA international congress held at the end of June 2012 in the prestigious European research centre based in Ispra (VA). By now, considerable research has been carried out on 

 

 

the cause-effect relationship of diseases, including serious pathologies, produced by natural radiation, even in low doses. In both the aforementioned Congresses, Dr Anna Giovanetti of ENEA in Rome not only underlined the danger of natural radiation even at very low doses, but she also spoke about some research projects on the transmission of radioactivity in animals: transmission in fish and in rats. 

 

The first experiment consisted of exposing small fish to an extremely low dose of radioactivity and placing them in a pool containing other fish that had not been irradiated, then verifying whether the irradiated fish were able to transmit their own radioactivity to the non-irradiated fish. In a very short time, all the non-irradiated fish had been “contaminated”! A similar experiment was staged using rats: low doses of natural radioactivity were used to irradiate some rats, which, when put into 

cages, managed to “infect” other rats that had not been exposed to radiation. This second case is all the more surprising, given that the “contamination” occurred without transmission in water, but only in the proximity of the other animals! This could happen over time, for example, also to h

ealthcare providers who treat their patients on beds positioned over a source of natural radiation, even if it is only a low dosage. Radiation dosage is measured by means of special nuclear spectrometer

s, which are also used in the environmental and domestic sector to detect even extremely low doses of naturally occurring gamma radiation, both in the ground and in construction materials. At the ISPRA International Congress, the speakers placed the emphasis on the danger inherent in natural radiation, which, being ionizing even at very low doses, can modify our DNA and, consequently, turn our cells into “mutagens”; and, as Dr Giovanetti of ENEA stated during her speech, “one single mutagenic cell is enough to generate cancer”.

 
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