Monthly Archives: August 2013

Seattle’s Whiffs of Radioactive Fallout from Fukushima: EPA Radnet data Spring 2011 versus Summer 2013.

Portland, Oregon – August 30, 2013 – [!-> Added: See even more pronounced Seattle radnet spikes on Sept 5-6,2013] !!!–> Scientific nuance statement ADDED – Additional to my DISCLAIMER:  No scientific statements about the radiation spikes’ origin can be made … Continue reading

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Low Level Radioactive Fukushima Fallout moving over Pacific Northwest – Portland EPA Radnet Data – August 2013

[Nuance-adding disclaimer: Added Jan 8, 2014 – Until lab tests are performed on rain samples at the time of radiation spikes, no statement about the cause of the observed elevated radiation measurements can be made scientifically: neither that it’s natural, nor that it’s … Continue reading

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Fukushima NHK Documentary: “Two Years Later”

This aired on April 19, 2013, but it still worth a look.  It mainly looks at the situation for the evacuees 2 years after the accident at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, but includes all kinds of other interesting details … Continue reading

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Genocidal War Crimes Not Forgotten. 68 Years ago this week: The Nuclear Incineration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. w/ Portland Commemoration Event.

[This post may occasionally be placed at the top of this blog in early August for the Aug. 6 commemoration of the Hiroshima bombing and the Aug. 9 commemoration of the Nagasaki bombing, during which newer posts are below this … Continue reading

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Radioactive Iodine in Seaweed and Sludge, Summer 2013? (Hints of Recent Criticality Events…) + Data suggests radioactive fallout still blowing around the world?

Portland, OR – August 3, 2013 – { this blogpost’s Shortlink is http://wp.me/puwO9-242 } There is something possibly ‘a little bit bizarre’, somehow missed by the journalist, in this (August 2, 2013) Korean Yonhap News Agency report in the Global Post (h/t ENEnews) on seafood … Continue reading

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