NUCLEAR ACCIDENT COVER-UP (in Europe?) ONGOING
Colorado Rockies, snowing…, Coffee shop with wifi, Friday afternoon, April 29, 2016
(NOTE: Most of this public data was NOT validated by the authorities that supplied the data. And as per European Commission disclaimer it is NOT to be used for scientific research, and it never EVER to be interpreted outside the realm of “all is well in the nuclear world”, so I’m offering this here “purely for your entertainment”… See also my Disclaimer. But nevertheless you may still want to notify some mainstream media outlets, ’cause this ongoing cover-up looks pretty darn serious, if you’d ask this armchair researcher in the Colorado Rockies…)
To echo from the previous post:
!!!- > There’s been a serious nuclear accident somewhere, likely this month of April 2016, likely IN EUROPE, as evidenced by relatively high concentration of Tellurium-132 detected at Seehausen, Northern Germany, <-!!! which came amidst widespread disturbances, glitch dots, spikes and especially data gaps. The radioactive cloud is apparently still blowing around. The rigging of the official networks, particularly in its use of data gaps, is obvious. The apparent media blackout has yet to be lifted as well.
This blog post is part of a series to help independent investigators figure out WHERE the accident, likely a serious one, occurred. Click ‘Home’ (period April 2016) and scroll down for much more.
Just sharing stuff I’ve come across in hopes to figure out which NPP had a major accident…
- A “glitch dot” at Terneuzen, in coastal Southern The Netherlands, here shown in the context of 3 months of data:
- It coincided with a “glitch dot” much further south, not so far from Tours, France, but there the glitch dot appeared as part of a mini disturbances there (so more of a brief spike than a glitch dot):
These glitch dots come in the wake of a data gap wave that swept across many monitors in the UK in the previous few days. Most recently, UK monitors were turned off at 1 pm on April 27 (2016), and not all have come back online. A random sampling with 2-day data zoom-in:
I suspect is likely only a whiff of the radioactive clouds that are swirling around Europe (or so I fathom…) in the past few weeks, and are as such not per se pointing at an issue at a nuclear Power Plants (NPP) near the monitor(s).
A look at the longer term data does show a peculiar spike at the aforementioned monitor near Chinon NPP (WSW of Tours, France), shortly after followed by a long data gap…
A zoom-in at the (unvalidated) 0.42 SIEVERT spike shows the timing (and also the fact that this is obviously not “a callibration”. It could be an instrument error, but the timing with the onset of continent-wide disturbances has me think actual radioactive fallout screwed up this monitor. Here’s the timing for that spike:
–> Before the mega spike, there’s a very brief “onramp”, not visible here on the above graph due to the massiveness of the data that followed. So, a perfectly working monitor suddenly provides data they don’t want to acknowledge as real, so it is kept at the default, “non validated” ? I don’t know how that works… But, well… vive ma liberté: I’m going read into it whatever I feel like. And as goes with all art, including “data art”, it’s okay see it differently.
- Oh, check this out: a glitch dot just colored a monitor in Neuwied, Germany maroon… Let’s have a look…
Amazingly, the 6 µSv/hr (!) spike in Neuwied, Germany was ‘validated’:
I also checked two other monitors marked on the map:
Minor disturbances in Luxembourg begin around the same time as the data gap @ Maasband, Southern The Nederlands… and this all around April 11… that’s 4 days before the mega-spike near the Chinon NPP in France… As well as before the very pronounced disturbances seen on some Latvian and Turkish monitors…
And then there’s that glitch dot @ Maasland in early April, as well… And the data gap around April 6 @ Neuwied, and so on… Hm…
I’m trying to come up with a ‘time and place’ to trace wind patterns upwind from… The earliest whiff, the better, as it gets too complex to do “by hand” otherwise. I’m still puzzled. Serious suggestions welcome.
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