The 7 YouTube Videos that mentioned this blog

Roaming imaginary Intelligence Flying Saucer, October 20, 2015.  DISCLAIMER

  • Fukushima —  “rumore curioso ” posted a video showing an RT segment interviewing Mimi German of in Portland, Oregon in “Radiation Disinformation at Fukushima | Interview with Mimi German”, and mentions (under the video descrition) the opening line from my Online Radiation Monitors – Canada, “Canada’s official public radiation monitoring network is at least as pathetic as the United States’ with a similarly strangely denialist government and parroting mainstream media… Oh Canada!” but with a link just to my main (Home) page (  Video:

  • Same guy also mentions my May 1, 2012 (added-on to since) post, Fallout Maps for the United States) in this short clip:

And that’s the listed mention.  Not one person who ever used my content even bothered to ask, let alone even just drop me a line.    Content’s being “shared” all over.  I don’t mind it so much when at least the link is provided, then people can check.  But it sucks much worse when it’s done without linking to the source(s), and (also worse) when misrepresenting aspects of what I wrote about.  But anyways…  I guess that’s just how it goes.  

In addition to humans not neccessarily sharing my views on “internet etiquette”, the “truther” and Anti-nuclear (pro-sanity) scene is well-sprinkled with disinformation agents and controlled opposition outlets, whose agenda it may not always fit to include a link, as unmentioned nuances in a blogpost could undermine their narrative (a la that mofo from EnviroReporter).

And -at time of private posting- on my -currently invisible- blog… I guess all those links on the kinder sites are dead links now… Hm… Beginning to wonder if I should just return the blog and ONLY stay away from the troll-infested forums…   I don’t know.

Kinda peaceful too…   If I stick with, maybe “The edge” (of wanting to get back on) will wear off…?

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