Edited on July 10, 2015 — The sensitivity and callibration of the thousands of EURDEP gamma detectors varies widely. More detectors show nothing unusual, but some of the more interesting, or pehaps better callibrated one, do. I’ve cherry-picked a few of the more interesting ones.
Given it was ultimately “the invisible world” that urged me on to press forward with gamma spectroscopy lab analysis of a sample of rainwater (previous post) and a sample of mostly lichen gathered on June 14 (2015), I wondered if perhaps I had been “on to something”, maybe even more serious than I thought. Maybe not. I don’t know… One never knows… I follow omens, hunches, timely signs… but then the data is just data. I can switch between shamanic modes of engagement and purely causal scientific ones. The interplay of both fascinates me.
In any case, the data is “interesting” to say the least. Decay energies of 35+ synthetic isotopes, including tell-tale signs of recent nuclear fission of a kind that can only occur in a man-made nuclear reactor… to pick up on that in ANY rainwater is not something that should be ignored. It’s easy to duplicate what I did: Study the jet stream patterns, study the (beta if available) radiation data gap patterns on the monitoring systems, gather a sample at the right time and have it analyzed WAY BETTER than I could afford. I think you’re bound to find “strange stuff”. Take it from there!
Did it come from Fukushima? I think it did, but – to be fair – 1) I’m biased because I have FELT things in altered states that shook me to the core, and 2) I don’t know for sure.
Ultimately I don’t know.
My efforts really are merely meant to spur other better-connected researchers into action. I think the situation ought to be approached more like a crime scene, rather than just an opportunity to study the pros and cons of various dispersion models.
And when it comes to the die-offs, researchers should look at heavy metal traces (mercury & lead especially, but also thallium and intermediate decay products like Pollonium-210, as well as other beta/alpha radioisotope data. Why is that not even included in reporting on some very odd and disturbing die-offs? Seriously. Why are my emails to TEPCO, UNEP and the IAEA left unanswered (so far)?
And I’m open to other possibilities too. Could something be up at a nuclear facility in China, Russia or even Europe? One thing we can count on (pretty much…), however, is that information isn’t shared in honesty and transparency when it comes to all things nuclear.
Even Russia did not press on when it was pretty obvious that the Ukraine’s nuclear plant(s) at Zaporizhia released a large radioactive cloud at the end of November 2014. Somehow, at that high international nuclear cartel level, they cover for each other. Really interesting…
From the CTBTO being “bound by secrecy to its members”, to the highly suspicious data gaps on Europe’s EURDEP and the EPA Radnet’s networks (curiously co-designed by the nuke-pushing IAEA…), the nuclear industry is still wrapped in schemes that seem to have lost touch with the fragile (and truly unbelievably precious) biological human dimension. And “somehow”, the so-called “free press” appears clueless and isn’t even covering the issue… (Don’t mind my antics. “Read my DISCLAIMER…”)
Check out my data of my Colorado Rockies’ record-radioactive rainwater in (July 6): Gamma-Spectroscopy Results of Colorado Radioactive Freak Rain: Fukushima’s Fissioning Mini-Sun on the Edge of the Pacific Ocean is COMPLETELY OUT OF CONTROL
!-> Also scrutinize the very solid Finnish detections from mid-May: Pink Unicorns beach themselves on the shores of Lake Dystopia. Notice they completely overlap with my less-solid, but telling nonetheless, findings from mid-June?
More observations in Land of the Sinking Sun…
And Jan. 31, 2015: DATA of ‘Fallout Signatures’ on Radiation Monitors Suggest Fukushima Still Going Re-Critical Underground At Times. Airborne Fallout Continues To Come Down Across the Northern Hemisphere.
And so on…
See my more of my related posts in my Nuclear Blog Posts Archive.
Curiosity sent the cat on the prowl again…, this time to have a peek at a couple radiation monitors in Europe…
Just wondering if anything unusual is happening… I mean “10.2 µSv/hr rain” right here, in a remote part of Colorado… If thát’s partially due to a nuclear incident, then it’s bound to show up much further along the jet stream too, from early June till… (???)
Online Radiation Monitors –> Eurdep –> screenshot of their disclaimer:
EURDEP (European Commission’s public radiation data, often ‘data not validated’, and not to be used for “establishment research” without being in touch with the folks who apparently don’t seem to have any issue with censoring the public data when it actually matters most… ) appears to be RIGGED.
Yet when you check these networks regularly, you get to know the monitors that seem to provide more sensitive relevant data somehow anyway…. Just look at it. Pressure whomever you feel like, but please be kind and courteous. Most involved folks are unlikely to blame.
Data for the past 3 months…
Aiguille-Du-Midi (French Alps, high up), France:
Now, of course, some of this could be from the most recent Chernobyl wildfires (end of June, very beginning of July), although… maybe not, cause most of the upticks clearly started before those fires. Therefor I’m more inclined to think it came from Japan’s radiation-spewing cauldrons of hell.
Not convinced? A statistical fluke?
Alright… Here’s some more for your consideration:
For the long-term record or Vlissingen Haven, the Netherlands, see HERE. For the past 3 months:
Now go look at what was in the rain right during that “northern hemisphere widespread data gaps” period…
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Added Later: July 15, 2015 – Because I don’t feel like writing a blog post for every freak radiation spike, I might add a few here, spotted after posting this originally.
Like this one in Zaltbommel, The Netherlands: +1.3 µSv/hr… Clearly not a calibration; those look different. Looking very much like a local touch down of a higher radioactive cloud. The dispersion tends to be so erratic that others monitors nearby don’t even pick up on something. You have to scrutinize for patterns over vast regions and through time to spot the data gaps (likely hiding spikes), and notice that here and there some data slips throug the censorship maze.
Last added-on to / edited: July 15, 2015