Monthly Archives: November 2015


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——- Over And Out. ——-

Nov. 26, 2015 — — — — — — —   — — —  — — —   — — — — — — — This blog is now merely an Archive. FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY. All independent reporting, documenting of radiological … Continue reading

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Any Marine Death Clues in Polonium-210/Lead-210 Ratios or Lead & Mercury levels?

Foot of snow in the forecast for later this week.  ;-)  Nov. 23, 2015 Polonium-210 flashback: So… the Polonium-210 / Lead-210 ratio in precipitation samples varied from 0.02 to 0.09 with an average of 0.06 at the NASA Stennis Space … Continue reading

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3 Versions of Sail

The original: Best cover: Because I learned about this song through this cat, I can’t help but see this in my mind when I hear that song.  Still.  ;-)  With fond memories of good times on Vancouver Island! ;-)  

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Debunking the ‘Impossibility’ of Ongoing Criticalities at Fukushima-Daiichi

(and then some…) South-Central Colorado — Friday, Nov. 20, 2015 In the previous post, Nov. 19, 2015, “And ‘WHAT IF’… What if ‘criticalities’ have not yet completely ended at Fukushima-Daiichi?“, I added a screenshot, which was sourced from ENEnews’ Nov … Continue reading

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And ‘WHAT IF’… What if ‘criticalities’ have not yet completely ended at Fukushima-Daiichi? , Crestone, Colorado (USA), Nov. 19, 2015 At the end of October, in my Oct. 27 post, “EURDEP data suggests something serious happened. Aside from data gaps and data delays, highest radiation levels in at least one year observed … Continue reading

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Recap of Oct.-Nov. 2015 Major Radiation Event. Ongoing?

Colorado Rocky Mountains – Nov. 17, 2015 – 9 pm (-8C/17F outside) In case you missed it, my blog was turned invisible-to-the-public for over a month and during this period I documented radiation upticks that suggest something very serious happened … Continue reading

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