June 7, 2016
OT opening: The Swiss sure have a way of celebrating the opening of a tunnel… LOL:
Anyhow… Some radiation data, via Online Radiation Data, from EURDEP land:
This is a first one for me: After the (March 21, 2016) Negative Dose Rate (EURDEP, Luxembourg), there’s now also a negative activity rate:
How many artificial beta decays in those cubic meters of air? “Minus one decay”? [sarc.]
Did “emergency data rigging” kick in, or something?
Might there be a connection to Cesium-137 spiking elsewhere, like @ Helsinki, Finland, where a 300% increase has been observed in the past few weeks, for no apparent reason:
What about Gamma monitors going haywire?
Surely no “levels of concern” are being reached, are there? ‘Cause at some locations the 2016 trend suggests otherwise. (Lamia’s 10-year data graphed here); Past 6 months, pre June 7, 2016:
Check out the last 12 hours Artificial Beta on the coast of The Netherlands @Wieringerwerf: It just reached 6 and then about 18 Bq/m^3
-> These (non-validated) measurements stand in stark contrast to the period (post-Fukushima) March 2011 through May 2013, when measurements generally stayed below 1 Bq/m^3 and never surpassed 3 Bq/m^3 !
Did you know that on May 23, 2013, the “Lowest Detectable Level” (LDD) was then, just after some data gaps, simply changed to < 3 Bq/m^3, thus making all details invisible?
The last two spikes ( 6 and 18 Bq/m^3 T-BETA-ART) on June 7, 2016 are visually lost in the resolution of a 1-month graph… because two earlier spikes this past month went much higher! Múch higher: On May 30, less than 2 weeks ago: the highest artifical Beta spike on record for that monitoring location, part of an apparent radioactive cloud that took 10 hours that day to pass over (at ground level)…:
That “something’s up” is no longer mere wondering or speculation. I have documented enough (see Nuclear Blog Posts Archive for a chronological overview) for that to now be established FACT. Everything is pointing at a concerted ongoing mega-cover-up. The RT reference, see next link, might have been a “testing of the waters”, but that which could have been front page & prime time world news (every day for 5 years actually) didn’t spread…
Did you see June 4th’s “Anatomy of a Serbian Data Gap + RT: Fukushima Still Fissioning!”
How about the apparent FACT that the Ruthenium-103 detection in Norway in January 2016 was accompanied by a Cesium-137 uptick. And, also a strike towards the apparent data rigging (data gaps to hide the worst): Cesium-137 upticks apparently tend to be flanked by data gaps… What’s up with that?
Perhaps a clue about that first data gap, immediately following a curious detection of Ruthenium-103 at the same location in Southern Norway, can be found in the perfectly coinciding 3-week-long uptick of both Cs-137 as well as IODINE-131 at Cheb-Meteostanice Maskovska, Czech Republic:
Makes me wonder how high the detection might have gone in the data-gapped areas…
And the most-curious spike of also-short-lived fission product Tellurium-132 on April 26 (2016) in Germany occurred at such a spike/data gap time as well:
- April 26, 2016: TELLURIUM-132 Detected in Northern Germany!
- Feb. 14, 2016: Ruthenium-103 Detected in Norway (in mid-Jan. 2016)
The fact that it was followed shortly after by detections of Cobalt-60 strongly hints at Fukushima being the source.
- May 23, 2016: Cobalt-60 Detected in Southern Norway (2 Locations, May 2016!)
- Jan. 26, 2016: Any Significance to Cobalt-60 in Fukushima Fallout?
Te-132 & I-131 indicates active recent fission.
Co-60 points at Fukushima-Daiichi.
But all thát would imply at least one thing: Shunichi Tanaka, chairman of Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority, whom as recent as Oct. 22, 2015 stated that, “Recriticality is physically impossible” IS DEAD WRONG.
I guess the Japanese are wasting precious tax money on highly unqualified people for extremely important positions… ;-/ Just like everywhere else… But I guess we already knew that too…:
And the mainstream media?
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