Monthly Archives: May 2012

2012 Venus Transit Information – Right After Partial Lunar Eclipse (June 4-5-6, 2012)

Soundtrack for this blogpost: “the Sound of Saturn’s Rings“ (radio emissions converted to sound, see NASA info on that).  For astrological info, (sc)roll down this rabbit hole with your mouse… After the Solar Eclipse of May 24 (see my viewing-through-CD photos, here), … Continue reading

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An Areal Glympse of A Former Home Location: Salt Lake City, The Wasatch Mountains, Deer Valley/Park City, Lake Jordanelle, Heber, Oakley, and Kamas (Utah from above PHOTOS)

Ergens,  31 mei 2012.  ;-) It’s less than an hour in the air between Salt Lake City and Denver. (The ‘AB’ (RTD Express) bus from Boulder to Denver takes longer.) Too bad I didn’t have time to visit friends in … Continue reading

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Blog Milepost 75,000 Views – Last blogpost rehash – Fukushima News Sources

Last day of May 2012.  Blogpost #311.  I consider this a blogpost of utter public irrelevance. It’s more like a milepost on my blogging path.  A record four comments (ha), 300 direct views in a week of one blogpost (previous … Continue reading

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Fukushima’s Cs-137 is NOT “Four Chernobyls” ! (Russia Today spreading misinformation)

Added afterwards [Sept 3, 2013]: the below was posted in May 2012 and simply points out how reports in “iodine equivalent” confused some reporters.  Meanwhile new data has revealed that as far as Cs-137 and Sr-90 goes, Fukushima is now … Continue reading

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New Documentary: “Hibakusha – from Hiroshima to Fukushima, Nuclear Capitalism Tries to Rebound”

Documentary Film:  “ Hibakusha – from Hiroshima to Fukushima,  …………………………….   Nuclear Capitalism Tries to Rebound ” This anti-nuclear documentary, ‘Hibakusha’, combines interviews with the victims of the current nuclear disaster with comments from those who survived the bombing of Hiroshima.  (Note: ‘hibakusha‘ (被爆者) is a Japanese word … Continue reading

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A Lovely Evening Watching the (Partial) Solar Eclipse from Boulder Reservoir

May 20, 2012 just ended.    Well, that was awesome.   After a bite of food, we drove to the nearby Boulder Reservoir near the unincorporated village of Niwot (northeast Boulder), where we hung out on a bench enjoying the … Continue reading

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NATO Meeting During (Partial for Chicago) Solar Eclipse…

(For better things to focus on, scroll down /skip the NATO stuff.) Can’t help to find the meeting date/scheduling choice a wee bit odd. Q.: So, Mr President, where will you be to watch the solar eclipse?   A. (imagined, but … Continue reading

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