We Pigs News for 07-06-2018
A couple of weeks ago Mummy noticed that Barbie was limping when he ran thinking he may have just hurt his leg she gave him some anti-inflammatories for a few days and the limp went away. Mummy phoned our good vet but she only works Monday – Wednesday so instead she made an appointment at the local vet the next day to get an x-ray. The x-ray showed what the vet thought was a small stone and a line of white which she wasn’t sure about, as the local vet is not a guinea pig specialist mummy got some more Metacam from them for Barbie and made an appointment with out specialist vet for Wednesday. On Wednesday our good vet explained the x-ray to Mummy she said there was no sign of stones in the bladder or anywhere else in the urinary system, however he did have a large amount of sludge which looked to be lying on the bladder base, if Barbie had been a girl she would have suggested flushing it out with a catheter however he is a boy and so that wasn’t an option as we have more complicated plumbing. 9th Dec Weight 989g. Mummy is weighing everyday but only testing the urine every other day, so far there has been no more visible blood on the bedding and Barbie is his happy little self.
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ATOMIC VETERAN WEB SITE
Participants in atomic bomb testing programs were sworn to secrecy, told not to ever talk about their experience at a nuclear test site under penalty of Law. In 1996, the U.S. Congress repealed the Nuclear Radiation Secrecy Agreement Act, which rescinded the Atomic Veteran oath-of-secrecy, thus allowing Atomic Veterans the opportunity to recount stories of their participation in Nuclear weapon testing and post test event activities, without legal penalty. Atomic Veterans were unwitting victims of nuclear testing and were paid so little to be used as Guinea Pigs by their own government. Under the RECA Program, an ONSITE PARTICIPANT is defined as: Onsite Participants, the Act covers participation in a test involving the atmospheric detonation of a nuclear device above or within the Pacific Test Sites, the Nevada Test Site, the South Atlantic Test Site, the Trinity Test Site, any designated location within a naval shipyard, air force base, or other official government installation where ships, aircraft or other equipment used in an atmospheric nuclear detonation were decontaminated; or any designated location used for the purpose of monitoring fallout from an atmospheric nuclear test conducted at the Nevada Test Site.
A claimant must establish both participation onsite in a test involving the atmospheric detonation of a nuclear device and a subsequent diagnosis of a specified compensable disease. U. S. MILITARY PERSONNEL CAN OBTAIN PROOF OF PARTICIPATIONThe U. S.
Department of Energy in Las Vegas, Nevada has copies of the Film Badge Radiation Exposure History for persons who participated in nuclear tests, send for your film badge history today to obtain proof you were present at a nuclear test/tests. The RECA Act specifies a payment of $75,000 to individuals who participated onsite in a test involving the atmospheric detonation of a nuclear device, and later developed a specified compensable disease. The book’s focus is the open air testing in Nevada, and details of those tests and fallout trails in the 50s and 60s. The book is written in a style that makes it fascinating, not bogged down with complex scientific jargon. This YouTube video shows how we lived and worked at The Nevada Test Site in 1951.
CLICK THIS LINK To read about my experience at the Nevada Test Site. CLICK THIS LINK To check out a list of publications you may wish to read pertaining to atomic bomb testing in the 1950s and 1960s. The First Battalion of the 188th Airborne Infantry Regiment stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky was the first military unit to be sent to the Nevada Atomic Test facility in late 1951.