Keeping Maui Safe – There’s More To The HAZMAT Cleanup Than You Know

Secure your health by keeping your environment clean.

Environmental toxins affect your health. Cleaning your body of toxins is no different from cleaning toxic spills in the environment. As an Environmental Nutritionist (that’s a new term – LOL), I can show you how to protect your health by cleaning your environment.

I am following the Maui fires,  as I am sure you are doing too, but I am watching the clean-up from a HAZMAT Engineer’s point of view. I’ve cleaned up many toxic spills.

Toxins in the environment can penetrate into your body, and cleaning your body (detoxing) is no different than cleaning toxins in the environment.

Most people are not trained in the remediation protocols that take place when there is an environmental spill, like the train derailment in Ohio in 2023, or after a natural disaster, like a wildfire.

There’s more to this than you know.

What I Know About Maui

Mainstream media isn’t reliable these days to tell us the truth, so much of what we hear coming out of Maui isn’t all true. Everyday, I pick through multiple social media sites and various news streams to piece together an accurate story – you have to dig on your own these days to get to the truth like we are doing with COVID.

This is what I’ve found so far:

  1. the source of the fire appears to be involved with the power lines;
  2. accountability on how this disaster has been handled is definitely being questioned;
  3. many city officers and city engineers were not properly trained in HAZMAT Responses and were not competently organized to activate the Emergency System and Emergency Protocols (we also saw this in Ohio after the toxic train spill);
  4. 80 mph tropical winds blew the fire out of control and rapidly.

It appears that now, the HAZMAT engineers appear to be following better protocols, such as explaining to the people why they are not allowing the public into the affected zones.

A HAZMAT Rundown

a gas station with trees around it and cars filling up

Natural disasters destroy gas stations, releasing toxins.

When any toxic spill occurs, the site area is closed off ASAP to prevent more toxic exposure. Environmental engineers determine how far the toxins may have spread, and as in Maui, there is a toxic no-go area.

If people are allowed within this defined parameter, they are susceptible to being exposed to toxins and harm. Until all exposure potentials are identified,  public access is denied.

Why?

Here are two examples;

  1. the fires destroyed gas stations, so gas can be seeping into the ground and into the public water supply;
  2. this gas can be combustible, but undoubtably toxic;
  3. the public sewer system and private septic tanks may have been impacted, so exposure to human waste can cause illness;
  4. toxic chemicals in homes, such as pesticides, may have been released within the environment, and exposure to these chemicals  can be toxic.

Hang on before you pass judgment on why survival supplies and other aide are being rerouted within this exposure area in Maui. They ARE being distributed by the HAZMAT engineers, firefighters, police officers, and city officials.

I hope this helps you understand the complexity of addressing a disaster like this one. Understanding helps us better assist those in need to stay healthy.

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Just To Be Clear – The Fires In Hawaii Were Not Caused By Climate Change

The tragic fires in Hawaii were an act of Nature.

The fires in Hawaii are all over the news today, and such a tragic event can be tricky to report on when you don’t know what started such a deadly fire. I am hearing so many conspiracy theories about what happened, I was compelled to say something about some of the crazy ideas.

I was labeled a conspiracy theorist when I wrote my book Sweet Poison and started speaking out about the dangers of using aspartame.  I got used to being ridiculed and teased about wearing a tin foil hat. Fortunately, I was right about aspartame.

Believe me, I know a conspiracy when I see one.

We are more jaded today as we get hit with one conspiracy after another, but don’t buy into the theories that the fire was caused by anything other than an accidental spark and 80 mph winds rapidly blowing the fire out of control.

Fires In Hawaii

The fires in Hawaii were an unfortunate accident.

Many posts on social media are alluding to the fires in Hawaii as being ignited on purpose. No one will ever know what spark started this tragic fire, but whether it was arson or someone’s barbecue grill, a tropical storm south of Hawaii blasted the Maui coastline with 80 mph winds.

THAT will spread a wildfire! And it did just that.

Imagine you are camping and have a campfire lit. Then, 80 mph winds approach. Your fire will spread in a matter of minutes.

And heads up, Hawaii – you have two more tropical storms heading your way.

For all the conspiracy theorists out there, take a pass on this natural disaster. The tragic fires in Hawaii were an act of Nature. Mother Nature is very active today, and we will unfortunately continue to see many more natural disasters in the near future. 

Mother Nature

I’m reading everything from this was an intentional burn to the fire was controlled to burn some areas but not others. Weather channels are trying to convince you that global warming and climate change are the cause of the fire.

I am NOT an advocate of the climate change movement today. As an environmental engineer, I remind you that the power of our planet is much more powerful than human influences will ever be.

We do pollute, we do not recycle enough, we concrete over fertile farmlands, and pack too many people into small urban spaces. Yes, we dirty things up, but we don’t have the power to alter the planet’s wind and ocean currents or our relationship with the Sun and the other planets.

This is a BIG Blue planet, and there is plenty of room for our growing global population, but we need to better apply our technology to maintain a healthier balance with Nature. We have the ability to create an oasis within every desert. We have free energy abundantly surrounding us, but humans are their own worst enemy – we have the ability to live in a Heaven on Earth, but greed has gotten in our way.

Our hearts go out to all the people and wildlife who lost their lives, their homes, and their businesses in Hawaii, but this was a natural disaster at the hands of Mother Nature – there are no conspiracies behind the scenes here.

Listen to my short clip on how to prepare for natural disasters.

 

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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated some of the statements. 

INFORMATION ON THIS WEB SITE IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. THE INFORMATION IS A RESULT OF YEARS OF PRACTICE EXPERIENCE BY THE AUTHOR. 

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The Sun Influences The Earth More Than You Know

A weather map of Typhoon Wipha.

Deadly storms were once rare. Today, they are increasing in number and in strength.

The 2017 hurricane season started off with record=breaking storms, and it looks like the storms are going to keep coming.

Earthquakes, too.

And volcanoes.

Add more droughts and wildfires.

And floods.

What most people don’t realize is the root cause of natural disasters starts with the Sun.

Our Sun is undergoing some serious changes right now, and it is affecting all life on Earth. This explains the changes we are seeing today.

The Sun Is Driving This Bus

Super Typhoon from NOAA the Philippines

The Sun is the primary influence behind our weather.

Energy from the Sun is very important to all life on Earth. The Sun warms our planet and heats the surface, the oceans and the atmosphere. This atmospheric energy is one of the primary drivers of our weather.

Our climate is also strongly affected by the amount of solar radiation received on the Earth.

Climate change and “global warming” are not caused by humans – they are driven by the Earth itself, and that is determined by the Sun.

Now note that humans won’t get off the hook here. Humans are messing in our nest – we are destroying ecosystems worldwide, polluting the land, water and air, and we are depleting the Earth’s natural resources at a record rate.

A picture of a solar flare, or CME, exploding off the surface of the Sun.

Humans are polluting the Earth, no doubt, but the Sun is the primary reason we are experiencing global climate change.

Humans have created GMO farming, which destroys the Earth’s pollination and the natural mineralization of the soil. And our pesticides are killing the pollinators (the bees and butterflies) in massive numbers.

But, there is a big difference between the damage irresponsible humans are doing to the Earth and the powerful influences of the Sun.

The Sun warms our planet, so when the Sun heats up – um hum, the Earth heats up. There is nothing we humans can do about it.

Learn More About The Sun

In order to better understand climate change, natural disasters, and Earth events that have never been seen in modern human history, study the Sun and its cycles. 

The Sun:

  1. affects all life on Earth;
  2. influences fertility and the reproduction of plants and animals;
  3. determines an animal’s mood;
  4. creates earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanoes;
  5. influences rainfall;
  6. determines temperature.

Here are 3 videos to get you started learning more about the Sun:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6TlvZ-Y4Ow 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygu0HqFc_do

As we witness natural disasters increasing today, learn all that you can about them. This is the only way that we can stay safe, and possibly prevent more disasters in the future. 

 

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