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 somewhere “upwind”, which seems to be “east of North America”… in the past month, maybe longer. Personally, I suspect a cover-up of ongoing fission flare-ups (criticalities) and/or unreported venting of underground gas build-ups at Fukushima-Daiichi, although I have no proof for that. All I have is detections and wind maps. I am not an expert and do not insist you believe me whatsoever. You may take it as entertainment, or take it seriously and use it as a springboard for your own research and reporting. (If you refer to my findings, please only quote and link, though. I’m allergic to sploggers. Thanks.)
As a matter of introduction, I recommend this great 2011 video by Dr. Kaltofen explaining some basics about Fukushima fallout:
Most of the blog posts from the past month and a half documented the unusual radiation upticks, spikes, widespread data gaps, network outages and peculiar detections of specific radioisotopes. (List of blog posts further below)
This blog post begins with a synopsis of some of the recent observations. The past month’s blog posts have much more, such as screenshots of data & tons of graphs. Since the journey delving into this was step by step and somewhat erratical, if you really want to know what I documented and wrote about that, I’d start AFTER Nov. 17, when I declared (in vain, again…) that I was “done blogging“, and browse through the almost two dozen following posts as the picture that a very serious release of radioactivity took place, becomes more apparent.
“The event” (major upticks and peculiar detections in Oct. and Nov. 2015, just as was the case in spring 2015) may still be ongoing; so the second part of this post gives a couple observations from the radiation scene in the last few days (pre-Nov. 16, 2015).
- Thorium-232 detected, Oct 6-8, 2015, @ Kotka, Finland
- Thalium-202 detected, Oct. 7-8, 2015, @ Helsinki, Finland
- Thorium-232 detected, Oct. 8-9, 2015, as well as Oct 18-25, @ Helsinki, Finland
- Zirconium-97 detected, Oct. 25-26, 2015, @ Nürnberg, Germany
- Cesium-134 detected, Oct. 25-26, 2015, @ Nürnberg, Germany
- Highest spikes in Gamma and Beta radiation are measured (or allowed to be seen) in many countries between Oct. 20 – 27, and again in the first week of November, including in the United States, Europe and even Australia.
- A very distinct period on uradmonitor appears to have been due to data processing (see Nov. 8’s Another Round of Looking into Recent Radiological Disturbaces.).
- A slight Cesium-137 uptick is accompanied by a slight uptick in supposedly all-natural Radon-222, Oct. 22, 2015, @ Nicosia, Cyprus
- Cesium-137 uptick corresponding with Be-7 uptick, Oct. 16-19, 2015, @ Ivalo, Finland
- Actinium-225 & Actinium-227 detected, Oct 9-10, 2015, @ Helsinki, Finland
- Cobalt-60 & Manganese-54 detected, Oct. 8-12, 2015, @ Helsinki, Finland
- Cesium-134 & Cesium-137 detected, Oct. 8-12, @ Helsinki, Finland
- Cesium-137 uptick corresponding with Be-7 uptick, Nov. 2-3, 2015, @ Helsinki, Finland
- Record high of Radon-220 measured, first week of Nov. 2015, @ Batina, Croatia. Graphs, which the previous blog posts are packed with, make the fact that was happened is truly UNUSUAL much more clear. Here’s a half year of Rn-220 data (the blog post (see list further below) has the full record going back to 2009):
- Record high of Bismuth-214, first week of Nov. 2015, @ Arkona, Germany,
- Many year-record-highs were measured for Alpha and Beta radiation, in some areas, including in Romania & Poland.
- Lost of data gaps, including long ones in Sweden, Iceland, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Russia, Lithuania,… even some data gaps in Belgium (very rare!).
A vein of investigation that I don’t know is being explored much (out there in academic research land…) is looking into the upticks of so-called “naturally ocurring” radioisotopes (such as various kinds of Bismuth, Lead, Thorium, etc.) and finding out if they are perhaps not natural, but rather caused by the decay of man-made, or at least artificially launched, radioisotopes, such as due to releases from the ongoing Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear catastrophe, including radioisotopes of Uranium, Neptunium, Americium, Plutonium, as well as various activation products (including radioisotopes of Cobalt and Antimony). I’ve pointed at this possibility (of this being a factor in environmental consequences) before, most recently when looking at the decay chain of Pu-238, which passes through U-234, Rn-222, Bi-214, Pb-210, Po-210, to name a few.).
The intense alpha radiation of decay of Polonium-210, for instance, is something I’ve brought up as a suggestion in regards to the mysterious die-offs of various animals in primarily the Northern Hemisphere. I can’t say it’s a factor. I don’t know. But have a look at all of the ways to end up with Polonium-210, and then wonder why ‘experts’ would make statements comparing artificial levels (of Cesium-137, for example) with (higher levels) of “naturally ocurring Polonium-210″… Since what I’m pointing at is well-known to university-trained scientists, it’s hard not to suspect that these handful of seemingly reputable scientists are making these claims to intentionally deceive the public, as part of a well-orchestrated public relations campaign. You know what I mean?
Re. Po-210: Move your mouse/pointer around to see the whole @ http://periodictable.com/Isotopes/084.210/index2.full.prod.html
These blog posts, all written while my blog was invisible (Oct 5 – Nov 15) go into some more details:
- Nov. 15, 2015: Denver SPIKE, Colorado Springs DATA GAP.
- Nov. 13: Considering Returning my Blog to Public Access… + Another Look at the Oct. 11 Helsinki Data…
- Nov. 12: Radon-220 Spikes in Croatia: highest since records began in 2009.
- Nov. 10: Another Round of Looking into Recent Radiological Disturbaces – 2: Focus on the Early November 2015 uptick
- Nov. 8: Another Round of Looking into Recent Radiological Disturbaces.
- Nov 7 2015 – 24- and 48-Hour-Data Delay / Gaps Being Imposed in many EURDEP Countries. Cs-137 upticks in Finland
- ALERT – Major Radiological Disturbances in Northern Hemisphere. (October 2015)
- EURDEP: Of Data Gaps the Sound of One Maroon Dot… (Germany, Netherlands, Poland, Lithuania, Russia, Latvia, Sweden, Finland DATA)
- EURDEP: 48 hrs versus 1 month data: Finding the Data Outages
- Some more EURDEP observations (March + Oct 2015) from Finland, Norway, Iceland, Germany and Croatia
- Detected in Helsinki Finland late October 2015: Cesium-134 & 137, Actinium-225 & 227, Cobalt-60. + Detected in Hamburg, Germany: Zirconium-97.
- EURDEP data suggests something serious happened. Aside from data gaps and data delays, highest radiation levels in at least one year observed in many parts of Europe…
- Some Recent Peculiarities at EURDEP’s ‘STATION 9’ in Northern Italy
- EURDEP – a snapshot of ongoing disturbances…
For more, see also my Nuclear Blog Posts Archive (which needs to be updated)
And nothing stops you from further investigating this “high strangeness” (which the mainstream media so far hasn’t said a word about) yourself, and share your findings online as well. There’s my page with various worldwide Online Radiation Monitors, etc., that could get you started. I use ‘Grab’ to make screenshots, and edit those in ‘Preview’. A wordpress blog is as easy as writing an email; you don’t need to know anything to blog.
(More recent radiation data follow after this not-to-be-missed lovely infomercial…)
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— Don’t let it get you down! :-D —
Take good care of your body! YES. And -yes- remember: “if you have all this energy coming your way, and your state is positive and your direction of thought is positive, it can be used for positive transformation.” [- Chernobyl survivor Katrine Volynski]
“Are you going to live in fear? Or are you going to LIVE?” ;-)
Okay. Got it?
One of the best infomercials for green juices and raw foods, though, wouldn’t you agree? ;-D
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- Isn’t it ‘interesting’ that a so-called “naturally ocurring” radioisotope, like Radon-222 would rise in perfect correlation with a 100% artificial radioisotope like Cesium-137? On the island of Cyprus no less. I noted the correlated uptick on Nov. 10, but since then the measured has nearly doubled:
This is the highest uptick of Cs-137 since November 2014, when fallout clouds, which then also contained much Iodine-131, entered Europe from across the Atlantic (and similarly traced back across the Pacific with the fast-moving jet stream, to have likely originated at the Fuksushima-Daiichi Cauldrons of Hell – See Jan. 2015’s “Did Germany just get a Massive Amount of Fukushima Fallout and “No One Noticed”? (A Eurdep-Nullschool investigation of the Nov. 16, 2014 radiation Upticks…)”.
At the end of this post, you can see the Nullschool wind map for 250 hPa, showing Cyprus in a slow-down zone in the extension of the jet-stream…
- Speaking of Iodine-131… there’s been curiously no detections in the recent spate of scandinavian upticks. Detections of I-131 often make the news, because they indicate a véry recent release from an artificial fissioning event. On the Nicosia, Cyprus detector (0037, that one), there actually is a véry minor, but visible mini-uptick of Iodine-131 this past week, reaching just slightly out from above a fairly stable background level (the latter must be due to all the reactors in Europe leaking tiny bits al the time). Here graphed together with T-BETA-ART (which I think means Total Beta radiation from artificial radioisotopes) for the past 3 months:
It’s not much of an uptick, but it’s curious, as it coincides with an uptick in Cesium-137, Beta, as well as Radon-220 and Radon-222. Apparently, it seems there’s the tiniest of I-131 trace in this most recent fallout cloud as well. And thát is extremely significant too, unfortunately.
To see if I could find any more evidence of this, I had a look at the I-131 monitor @ CERN in Switzerland. It shows detections of I-131 véry often, and I take them to be either medical or from refueling events and such. But when graphing the past 9 months, you can see that Cesium-137 quite often reaches above 4E-07 Bq/m^3 (the arbitrary dotted red line I added to the top graph), including (data gaps nonwithstanding) the whole time since late September 2015. Iodine-131, however, only reaches above 1.2E-06 Bq/m^3 (the arbitrary dotted red line I added to the bottom graph) áfter mid-Sept. 2015:
From mid February through mid May 2015, notiable upticks in Cs-137 (possibly in part due to the Chernobyl wildfires this past spring), and no quantifyable I-131 detections (NONE):From mid-May through mid-August, a few Cs-137 detections, and two small detections of I-131 between mid-May and early June:So far, for these last past 3 months from mid-August to mid-November 2015, HALF of the I-131 tests have come back positive, including the last 3, with 2 measurements (one in the second half of September, the other the second week of October) show the highest detections of I-131 in the 9 past months:
The differences are tiny, but when taken together with all the other peculiar detections, perhaps it could mean that there was a tiny bit of I-131 in the fallout clouds that circled the globe recently. Unless I’m afflicted by a minor case of “confirmation bias”, it would mean (with very little room for doubt actually, given the short half-life of I131, and long distances the cloud obviously traveled) that a major leak or serious nuclear accident happened somewhere, or… it could mean that Fukushima REALLY is thát much out of control. And all the “news updates” they’ve been feeding the parroting media is just that: an experiment in perception management, likely coordinated by well-connected public relations experts. If I come up with a way to spin this hunch into some kind of ‘positive happy thought’, I’ll letcha know.
Also notice the data gap: no testing results for this first half of November (yet?).
In other news:
- Lithuania came back online:
- Czech Republic is back online too:
- A quick look at Total GAMMA for the last 48 hours (checked at Nov. 18, 2015, 1am Mountain Time) shows an area standing out with a core of upticks from Southern Belgium, through Luxembourg into Germany:
On Nullschool, you can also go a bit into the future (modeled), and it looks like that the slow-down will be from Northern France to Greece. In the next few days, I would expect to see upticks in the Alps and probably in Macedonia, with “glitch dots” (or data gaps of no more than a few hours all over the place) in France and Italy. Will the monitors around Ispra in northern Italy show anything unusual before the weekend?
I might go check back this weekend…
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