Because people continue to find this blog through search engines and such; – and then click ‘Home’ to see what else is here… To state the obvious: this blog has no particular topic as focus, it simply serves as a place for me to share whatever: from an interest of mine, an idea, ramblings of utter irrelevance, a new painting, a meal I loved, a sunset, a disaster, the most important thing you’ll ever read, anything…
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The blog started as sharing what I found when trying to better understand the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima-Daiichi plant in Japan, and then diversified. It served as my travel blog from Utah to the Pacific Northwest in late summer 2011. It is what it is. The majority of blog traffic so far has been related to the ongoing Fukushima-Daiichi Nuclear Disaster, mainly through
- My visual map comparison of Chernobyl vs. Fukushima.
- = !! NOW (Sept 30, 2011) updated to the expanded map !!
Among other more recent on that tragic topic, you may want to also check these ones (since June 2011, though not all posts are listed here):
- ECRR Recommendations translated to Japanese
- Fukushima Fallout: California and Pacific Northwest more contaminated than half Japan
- Radiation hotspots as far south as Tokyo
- Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear disaster = 20+ Hiroshima nuclear bombs
- Background Radiation DOSE & fallout deposits’ ACTIVITY… – What’s the calculation trick?
And from back in March:
- The Japanese are held in loving prayers.
- or the fact I called it an INES-7 disaster already on March 26, long before that became “news”: Fukachima reaches Level 7 on INES scale.