Monthly Archives: October 2016

Couple EURDEP graphs (Estonia, Bulgaria, Italy, Ukraine)

Oct. 31, 2016 Just some 3-month graphs via EURDEP @ Online Radiation Monitors In no particular order: 3 months @ Narva-Estuu, Estonia: 3 months @  Biella, Italy (MINUS-990 nSv/hr… taking the absurd data of negative dose values into new depths… … Continue reading

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US Heroin Epidemic Demands a Compassionate Sophisticated Response. US Rural Communities at Breaking Point…

Crestone, Saguache County, Northern San Luis Valley, Colorado, USA Oct. 30, 2016 I don’t have an answer, but I thought I should at least mention that, besides a lot of gorgeous natural beauty, this is also going on locally…  The … Continue reading

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Couple Photos (SLV)

Northern San Luis Valley (SLV), Southern Colorado – USA Photos take somewhere in past 10 days, end of October 2016.  Unlike the days with lots of contrails, pretty iridescence, or cool patterns in the morning, or afternoon, the sky here … Continue reading

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Crotone, Italy (EURDEP, 9 months)

Crotone, Southern Italy, gamma, 3 months per line.  Blue line added for reference to make it easier to see how background levels appear (on average) to be rising here as well.  Couple data gaps, some upticks roughly coinciding with already … Continue reading

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Chania, Greece (EURDEP, 10 months)

Oct. 28, 2016 Via EURDEP.  The first line is 4 months due to a long data gap, the other are the normal 3 months: And the last 3 months: Peak details: Toy around with Nullschool for possible clues.  Starting point … Continue reading

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Afternoon Sky

Hooper, Northern San Luis Valley (SLV), Southern Colorado (USA) Oct. 28, 2016 All Photos by © Michaël Van Broekhoven – All Rights Reserved – Do Not Distribute. Little bit of irridescence as well: Pretty… ;-) 

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Northern France Glitch Dotter & Savukoski, Finland (3mo)

-> Hm, I though when I coincidentally saw the one after the other.  Not the best correlation, but some, which is interesting given the distance between the monitors.  Combining both graphs: “Glitch dots” (isolated high values) at the times of … Continue reading

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