Sunday July 24, 2016
I’m going to pretend (as an excersize) that the recent spiking this week is due to a nuclear incident somewhere. Some active nuclear reactor let out a radioactive cloud…
I’ll start with Lamia, Greece (shown a bit further below), which data processing adjustment I find reminiscent of the data processing shift that occured at Exeter, UK, in the sense that the monitor was showing ever increasing levels, which had been building for months, and then poof, it was shifted to a more condensed uneventful output:
That shift occured precisely when the Cs-137 levels spiked in Finland. And the data gap two months later occured right around the time of the Te-132 detection in Germany:
So, here’s the past 3 months @ Lamia, Greece again. Did something of significance trigger this shift on June 15, 2016? Or this is a delayed effect of what happened in April? And is all of this just more from “the gift that keeps on giving…”…?
Now look at the Cs-137 / I-131 graph @ Nicosia, Cyprus, also in that part of the Mediterranean: The I-131 upticks come later, but the Cs-137 upticks begin at the exact same time in mid-June:
Then the puzzle becomes: where do you see the little spike first. It’s from stuyding the 2011 record that I believe that the initial spike is actually tiny, as far as dose goes undifferentiable from natural radon progeny spikes, then there’s data gaps, and (often) eventually you get to see more obvious fallout patterns.
4 Examples from 2011 (March 11 marked, 3 month graph):
The upticks in Belgium were tiny, zero values occured (not yet erased) and the weeks of data gaps managed to keep the population in oblivion:
Switzerland saw disturbances and upticks. Glitch dots as high as a couple microsievert may have seemed isolated but were clearly part of exactly how fallout clouds actuallyshow up on this monitoring system:
Jersey, UK, off the coast of Northern France: here too, the initial uptick (within 48 hours) is small, the overall baseline begins to go up, and “glitch dot” values may occur, going over 1 µSv/hr:
And example of an absurd one, 280 milliSievert in the midst of a data gap. Guess they hadn’t cleaned the dust off yet when they turned this one on. Data gaps taper off, some more zero values, and an obvious data processing shift 2 month later:
And so on and so on…
Back to 2016…
So it is completely possible that the upticks of the past week are actually LATE effects of whatever happened in mid-April 2016, which even @ Ukkel, Belgium was followed by significant data gaps (and if going by the 2011 Essen, Belgium record, the time frame of this having come all the way from Japan is completely possible now as well):
The late April and the mid-June “events”, are they from seperate origins, or coming from the same spewing source?
When you look at my posts from the past few months, you might “get the picture”…
Remember the Beta spikes? They fitted nicely with a delayed fallout pattern as well (June 8, 2016) Breaking: BETA Radiation spikes from The Netherlands to Russia + Snapshots of 3-month Radiation Graphs + (EURDEP)
I still think it’s ongoing waves of Fukushima fallout falling out of the upper atmosphere, mixed with what’s obviously an actively fissioning source. I think that’s the same source: Fukushima-Daiichi, and the Cobalt-60 is what gives it away. Unless some psychos are setting off nuclear bombs every now and then. Maybe I’m naive, but I think someone would notice. [sarc.]
Something HUGE happened in April this year (2016). ENORMOUS. The Te-132 data makes that clear. And possibly earlier. Maybe it’s been building for half a decade, and the radioactive burbs are getting bigger. Personally I think Fukushima is spiraling further out of control. But we won’t really know any day soon, as I think the scene is a miliatry operation, with a public perception management wing on the one hand (with a time-line of lies being apologized for and all), and an on-site engineering wing that’s trying to tackle an issue for which the technology does not yet exist. If they fail, the Ocean will eventually be toast. The rest follows. Could be centuries, but they know that. Anyhow…
The fact that RT could just state, ““[…] Five years after the Fukushima tragedy, the exact location of the highly radioactive “runaway” fuel remains [a] mystery for TEPCO. The absolutely uncontrollable fission of the melted nuclear fuel assemblies continue somewhere under the remains of the station. […]” and then… [crickets] … not one big American, European (or Japanese for that matter) media outlet jumps on that with front page headlines… is in and of itself a feat of media control. (included in June 26, 2016 (Some EURDEP radiation data, RT: Fukushima Still Fissioning, How did they get to “600 Tonnes of Nuclear Fuel Missing”?,…)
Onward to the Tokyo Olympics 2020… “Tralalal” No idea what to do with all the waste yet, but… meanwhile they’re building (worldwide) over 60 new reactors… I don’t know if I could ever add something that would tilt the scales towards just a tiny bit more sanity in this matter…
The couple decades of electicity is just a trick. Looks like the main plan IS to make the planet a whole lot more radioactive. If that were the plan, then how they’re acting makes perfect sense. Only then, though. So… I’m inching towards speechless again…
I guess I’ve done my part exposing the lies and ongoing cover-up.
— Peace OUT —
For what it was worth, if anything…
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