October 31, 2015
One of the ways to spot data delays is to view the whole EURDEP map (Via Online Radiation Monitors) with “48 hours of data” and then “1 month data” and look for the difference. You can see which monitors are not shown on the 48-hour data map.
Another clue is often also when an entire region only shows the lowest (yellow) value. If that occurs in the same general area as data outages, something may be in the process of being covered-up by the IAEA-programmed algorithms that make sure no one will ever notice a major nuclear accident again…
- 1-month data (Gamma, max value), with monitors missing from the 48-hour map circled:
- 48-hour data mal (last value) with areas showing almost or entirely the lowest value in squares:These could be areas to focus on first when doing a quick inquiry in what may be going on radiologically.
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