Wednesday, January 13, 2016

PROGRESSIVE DETERIORATION OF THE GENE POOL IN THE NUCLEAR AGE



23 Million Indian Infant Mortalities in the Nuclear Age compared to the Pre-nuclear Era due to Progressive degeneration of the Gene Pool.


By R. Ashok Kumar,B.E.,M.E., Negentropist, Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal, 299, Tardeo Road, Nana Chowk, Mumbai-400007.
© 2016 Ramaswami Ashok Kumar

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“…the "deactivation" of the physical landscape in the Zone—the digging up of earth and trees and houses and their (haphazard) burial as nuclear waste—also have this quasi-Gogolian sense: they are ordinary human activities gone terribly berserk.”-Quote from Translator Keith Gessen’s Preface to Alexievich.2005. Voices from Chernobyl. DALKEY ARCHIVE PRESS NORMAL • LONDON


Abstract

Infant mortality for India and the World and the role played by atmospheric nuclear tests is examined with regard to Sr-90 cumulative deposits in the world. Relative to the pre-nuclear years, the excess infant mortality for India and the world are 23 million and 100 million respectively in the nuclear years 1945 to 1999. Progressive degeneration of the gene pool is measured by means of dramatic changes in 1) the running 22 year correlations for India and for the World 17 year correlations of the annual infant mortality rates and the corresponding cumulative annual deposits of the Sr-90 radionuclide during 1945 to 1999 and 2) the rate of change of Sr-90 deposit with annual excess infant mortality rate over the compound interest rate 1911/1999 as a function of the cumulative Sr-90 deposits. It is found that in line with the scientifically established fact of Sr-90 causing genetic damage, there is a distinctly significant degeneration of the genes during the nuclear era as seen by identical percentage changes in the excess infant mortality rate for the World and India. While the UN data for the world fails to show the Chernobyl effect on infant mortality, the effect is seen clearly for the All India official data. 
The paper also shows that all Indian babies born from 2028-2029 onward will be dead due to Fukushima contamination according to a scenario similar to the Atmospheric nuclear tests for the Annual Worldwide Cumulative Sr-90 deposit from 2011 onwards.
Key words: Sr-90 deposit rate, Infant Mortality Rate, Gene pool deterioration  
 
 

     1.    A Scientific Estimate of infant deaths.
  The time series of infant mortality is shown in Figure 1 below:



  1.1 The Nuclear Era India Excess Infant Mortality over the pre-nuclear rate was 23 million between 1945 to 1989. Details are in Table IEIM:



    2. A similar analysis for the world infant mortality 1950-1989 due to nuclear activities reveals an estimate of around 100 million excess infant deaths over the world pre-nuclear infant mortality rate.

For this estimate, the Infant Mortality Rate for the World for 1911 was taken as 160 per 1000 live births for computing the compound interest rate 1911/1999(Data from references 2.2, 3 and 4).
In percentage terms the world infant mortality rate, as a chi-sq distribution shows, is identical to the India infant mortality rate during the nuclear era as shown in Figure 1.

      3.     A study of the progressive deterioration in the gene pool in the nuclear era.

As the nuclear era progressed, worldwide Sr-90 deposits due to atmospheric tests of nuclear weapons and other nuclear activities accumulated.

A study of the running correlation between the annual cumulative Sr-90 deposits due to Atmospheric Tests of Nuclear Weapons and the annual infant mortality rate showed that the statistically significant negative correlation progressively improved to statistically significant positive correlation, both for India and worldwide as brought out in Figure 2 and Figure 3.
I repeat now:
A study of the running correlation between the annual cumulative Sr-90 deposits due to Atmospheric Tests of Nuclear Weapons and the Annual Infant Mortality Rate showed that the statistically significant negative correlation progressively improved to statistically significant positive correlation, both for India and Worldwide  as brought out in Figures 2 and 3.






























 
    
         3.1 The relationship between World Cumulative Annual Sr-90 Deposit due to   Atmospheric Tests of Nuclear Weapons and World and India Annual Infant Mortality Rates is shown below in Figure 4:
 
    



    





        
      3.2   A sensitivity measure of Infant Mortality to Cumulative Annual Sr-90 deposit due to atmospheric tests of nuclear weapons.

     The rate of change of cumulative annual Sr-90 deposit per unit change in the excess annual infant mortality rate reveals how the genes may have deteriorated during the nuclear era 1945 to 1999 and beyond (See Figure 6 below along with Figure 4CH24 above):




 
         


        3.2.1 Double valued sensitivity and its dynamics during the nuclear era
    Referring to Figure 6, during the period 1945 to 1966, the change in the Cumulative annual Sr-90 deposit needed to change the annual excess infant mortality rate by a unit amount was higher than in the period 1966 to 1999 when the Annual cumulative  Sr-90 deposit was reducing. This is because during 1945 to 1966, genetic damage due to nuclear activities was in the process of penetrating the world population and reached a peak in 1966, as atmospheric nuclear tests were banned in some nuclear countries with effect from October 1963. The genetic damage which penetrated all the concerned genes needed a much lesser amount of change in the cumulative Sr-90 deposit to bring about a unit change in the annual excess infant mortality rate during 1966 to 1999 and probably beyond. Note that for the Indian sensitivity, the Chernobyl impact is clearly seen.         
     3.2.1.1 The Table SSSSr-90 below quantifies the progressive deterioration in the gene pool by comparing the averages of the effect of Sr-90 contamination on infant mortality.The correlation between the rate of change for the world and India show that less than 2 percent of the variations remain to be explained between 1951 and 1983(r= 0.99, df= 31, p = 9.24E-29, r^2= 0.98239. The chi-square distribution: Chi-sq sum = 12.63542719,  df =30, p =0.997724. 
    Thus the two data sets can be replaced by one another. 
    The progressive deterioration in the gene pool of mankind is shown by the running correlation between the cumulative annual Sr-90 deposit due to atmospheric nuclear tests and World IMR and India IMR (Figures 3 and 4 above) and also by the significant difference between the sensitivity as measured by the rate of change of annual cumulative Sr-90 deposit to  annual excess infant mortality rate both for the world and India(Figure 6).



                                              3 .2.2 Some further details of the dynamics of sensitivity of infant mortality
      See Figure 27Ch27 below for the time series of India and world infant mortality   parameters and world Cumulative Sr-90 deposit:


  

      In Figure 27Ch27 above, the actual annual data for the world and India are shown for   the annual cumulative Sr-90 deposit and its rate of change with excess infant mortality rate, for the period 1951 to 1999.
            The main observations:
              The rate of change for the World and for India are identical in shape. This  indicates that the events which shaped the world also affected India.
     The correlations are statistically significant between 1951 to 1966 and even between 1966 to 1999 for the world but not for India. However when we consider the annual running averages, the correlations are highly significant for both the world and India. This shows that the persistent variable significantly affecting the infant mortality rate has been the worldwide cumulative Sr-90 deposit due to atmospheric nuclear tests during the years 1950 to 1999. See Table CORR below. Note: EIMR denotes annual excess infant mortality rate.








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          4.0 HOW MUCH DOES FUKUSHIMA GENERATE?
                      How many infant deaths  does Fukushima generate?
          From the data given in the paper for the period from 1966 to 1999      the              excess Infant Mortality Rate(EIMR) for India as a function of Annual    Cumulative Sr-90 deposit (due to Atmospheric Nuclear Tests worldwide) in PBq    is given by
     India EIMR/1000 live births= 0.112 x World Cumulative annual Sr-90 Deposit in PBq.
      The following Table FC shows the results:




 
          The estimates in Table FC show that all the Indian infants born in 2029 and   thereafter will be dead due to Fukushima radionuclide contamination when  the Sr-90 deposit scenario follows the Atmospheric nuclear test scenario 1945-1999.

           Will the reader estimate how much Fukushima will generate worldwide?
       
           5.0       Conclusions.
      A dramatic progressive deterioration of the gene pool is demonstrated for the nuclear era 1945 onward when compared to the years before.



     6.0 References


1.UNSCEAR2000: Annex C: Exposures to the Public from Man-Made Sources of Radiation:  Table 7: Annual concentrations in air and deposition amounts of Sr 90 produced in Atmospheric Nuclear Testing.
2. Population, Birth Rate, Infant Mortality Rate data from

2.1 For the World: United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2015). World Population Prospects: The 2015 Revision, DVD Edition.
2.2 The sources for the infant mortality data for India are 1) Office of the Registrar General, Sample Registration Bulletin, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi(Various issues); 2) Office of the Registrar General, Registrar General’s Newsletter, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi( Various issues);3) Tata Services Ltd., Department of Economics and Statistics.1998. Statistical Outline of India 1998-99. Table 36, p46 and 4) Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat, World Population Prospects: The 2004 Revision and World Urbanization Prospects: The 2003 Revision, http://esa.un.org/unpp, 22 December 2005; 8:34:55 AM.
2.3 The source for growth of population, birth rate and population is Tata Services Ltd., Department of Economics and Statistics.1998. Statistical Outline of India 1998-99. Tables 34,35, pp45-46.





4. http://www.ratical.org/radiation/inetSeries/DDafterword.html

5. Discussion in enenews on the topic:
obewanspeaks
Nice work and I knew India was getting drenched in Nuclear Poisons based on this World Circulation link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qh011eAYjAA
So sad we have greedy "give it to me now" buffoons in charge. :(
The current created Jet Stream eddy drops/dumps most of the Nuclear Poison on India along with tons of other airborne pollutants.
All biological species are being harvested and humans are just one of them. Extermination of all species is progressing nicely and on schedule.


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@obewanspeaks
January 13, 2016 at 10:52 am
Thanks for both the links. I will use them: nicely collected info at one place. It is surprising that fat salaried humans are keeping crisis info close to their chests, if they are aware I mean. Blinded by cosiness they seem to veer off to sleep! They will also not be spared!
It is really sad that leaders are off the tangent. With Fuku and more! How can they do nothing?




6. VOICES FROM CHERNOBYL


www.alexievich.info/knigi/VOICES_FROM_CHERNOBYL.pdf

 
 

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