Radionuclides - the daily threat of hidden cancer triggers
that nobody knows:

Every day the incredible amount of    "pieces"

of radionuclides escapes during normal operation of industrial and scientific processes into the environment, spreading by wind and weather.

Caution - these cancer triggers appear temporarily "like rain showers" 

These radionuclides occur temporarily as low-flying, completely invisible kind of clouds. They are spread by wind and weather. They can pass by quickly, but also settle down stationary. Both are detected immediately by our protection system with an alarm or all-clear signal. Because these cancer triggers appear just as sporadically and unpredictably "like rain showers" suddenly, the permanent scanning is so extremely important.

Radiation is harmless - radionuclides are deadly
by the example of construction waste from nuclear power plants:


The radioactive radiation of radionuclides in this building rubble is not very dangerous in a distance of some few meters. That is why this building rubble is declared by the authorities as "harmless". But as this rubble is still radioactive -  there must be radioactive particles (= radionuclides) within the rubble in large quantities.


If these radionuclides - which are contained in huge quantities in this as "harmless" declared building rubble  - escape into the air and the environment by wind and weather, they can be incorporated by humans.

This is how the "unknown" cancer cases are generated.

It gets even worse:
cancer brought by trucks

Radioactive dust (countless radionuclides) is spread en masse in the air all over Europe: 
From now on and for coming decades gigantic quantities of radionuclides are released from demolition and dismantling of the nuclear power plants by millions of tons of building rubble by transporting right across Germany and Europe. So the "end" of nuclear power plants will be the start of their greatest threat for the population.

The old bad demons are rising up:
death from the ice

The climate change with its melting of the glaciers and the polar ice is now setting free large quantities of radioactive substances of the nuclear tests and nuclear accidents into the environment, including the highly dangerous plutonium.