Sept. 17, 2016
EURDEP gamma radiation data, often not validated by the authorities that supplied it. . Offered “for entertainment purposes only,” just like this “unrelated” video (“One Nation Under Deception”):
Based on some of its comments, the second half might be “best watched
ON ACID.”* Surround sound, high volume. Add popcorn as needed. :-)
[*I would not recommend that.]
!-> Data can be checked via Online Radiation Monitors -> EURDEP (a better interface than most participating countries’ own), @ http://eurdepweb.jrc.ec.europa.eu/EurdepMap/Disclaimer.aspx
One half year per monitor, y-axis often adjusted to show more detail, 3 months per line, last data (or lack thereof): Sept. 16 or 17, 2016.
- Fürstenzell OT Gföhret, Germany:
- Rothamster, UK:
–> Many other UK examples in Radiation Spikes Across Southern UK
- Miravette, Spain:
- Ulrichsberg, Austria:
- Oostende, Belgium:
–> Note the upticks on various monitors several days before it began to rain, when it was merely just summertime-hot. And the May 9-1oth spike being omitted here…
- Bursa Orhaneli TS, Turkey:
- Schärding, Austria:
- Doel, Belgium
–> Note the last 10 days is a data gap. Compare to Miravete, Spain and Fürstenzell OT Gföhret, Germany, shown above.
I make no mistake about it: IF something were to go awfully wrong at a Belgian NPP, the monitors would almost certainly become “data-gapped”.
- (Nov 8, 2014) Nuclear Power Company ELECTRABEL chooses to gamble… Belgium and surroundings
- (Feb 27, 2015) Reactor Vessel Steel with Micro-Cracks More Likely to Rupture During Reactor Shutdown. (w/ Transcript & Translation of VRT Belgian TV News Feb. 25, 2015)
- (Sept 9, 2016) Odd Data Gaps in the Belgian Radiation Data on the Day of the Brussels Bombings (March 22, 2016)
–> Note the last 4+ days are a data gap
Venray, The Netherlands:
- Burgh-Haamstede, The Netherlands:
- Ebeleben, Germany:
Payerne SMN, Switzerland:
April 16, 2016 @ 12 noon UTC, 1 day, T-GAMMA, Standard Diviation: the rain system that brough floods to England seen here, as an uptick/spike phenomenon, moving across Belgium and The Netherlands:
Lately, there are far too many spikes to document most. Some are record high (see previous post).