Monthly Archives: March 2017

ENTIRE US EPA Radnet Shut Down

March 26, 2017 For the moment at least, apparently the US government has suspended sharing radiation monitoring data with the public… !-> h/t NETC @ https://www.netc.com/inactive-epa.php NOTE: When you read this, the “data gap” may already have ended.  Check it … Continue reading

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11 Sv/hr: Highest Radiation Level Detected from contaminated WATER Inside Containment Vessel Fukushima-Daiichi’s Reactor 1

NEVER FORGET that deception is the modus operandi of the nuclear industry.  The situation is undoubtedly far worse than makes it into the newspapers. “It is true that part of fuel rod[s] may have been deformed or melting. But it … Continue reading

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Nuclear Blog Posts (“Archive”) UPDATED

In the top-banner (or in the ‘Menu’ on a smart phone) is the tab ‘Nuclear’, with the sub-tabs: Radiation Units (& Conversions) Online Radiation Monitors Nuclear Blog Posts Archive Nuclear News links So it is that third one, which hadn’t … Continue reading

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Konotop, Russia (EURDEP, 8 months)

March 25, 2017  

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Alderney, UK (French Coast, EURDEP, past year & after March 2011)

The past 12 months: After February 2011, couple annotations added: Almost a year before the bulk reaches the ground? Changed the vertical axis to show higher values: And then the wifi-venue closed, so that’s it on that one.  PEACE OUT … Continue reading

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Couple more March 2017 pics

Just a few: Looks like a Boeing CH-47 Chinook twin prop helicopter”, flying over Salida, CO: The Arkansas River downtown Salida: Rolling back into Saguache County, just past Poncha Pass (just before the fresh snow): Coffee in what was once … Continue reading

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Fagagna, Italy (EURDEP, 78 months)

March 24, 2017 – Finally some moisture:  3″ fresh snow overnight, almost all melted away already Near Crestone,  Southern Colorado, 8200 ft. This monitor, feeding into the European Data Exchange Platform (EURDEP – See Online Radiation Monitors), came online in … Continue reading

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