I’m no scientist, but this isn’t very hard to understand. What Ms. Moret is telling us is that the recent spate of aircraft (especially light aircraft) that have been breaking down and falling out of the sky, is really due to excess radiation in the atmosphere. Radiation is cumulative both in the body as well as the environment, we are consistently adding to this amount and have been ever since the first above ground test. Ms. Moret paints a disturbing picture that this has been done intentionally as an act of war against mankind. These airplanes breaking down at an unusually high rate seem to be an unintentional consequence of this assault. Fukushima has just accelerated this process.
From what I understand, both pilots and airplanes receive extra high doses of isotopes above ambient levels due to moving through them in the atmosphere. Pilots get sick and metal becomes brittle. In pressurized systems this brittleness becomes readily visible in their failure. hydraulic pressure systems (flight controls), pressurized fuselages and engine lubrication systems come to mind.
The process is accelerated entropy. The dictionary explains entropy as thus;
en·tro·py http://img.tfd.com/m/sound.swf (ntr-p)
n. pl. en·tro·pies
Now for a truly scary thought. Apparently, radiation is a rather complex thing and is composed of about two hundred different elements. All of this radioactive “stuff” has actually been scientifically studied and shown to produce accelerated entropy IN EVERYTHING, including metals.
Kind of they way radiation produces cancer in the human body, it does something similar to everything else. Just think about it, how long do you think something would remain solid and stable if it were to slowly be punched through with tiny little holes? That is what radiation seems to do to everything, if I understand it correctly. Most importantly, they aren’t telling us about it. If not for smart and brave people like Ms. Moret, we would deteriorate and die in ignorance.
Accelerated entropy, makes sense, doesn’t it? Just one more thing to look forward to and get angry about.