I wouldn’t make such a blanket statement.
All depends on the behavior of the neighbor…
March 10, 2017
The last batch (hopefully for some time) of EURDEP radiation graphs. Most data was plucked off http://eurdepweb.jrc.ec.europa.eu/EurdepMap/Disclaimer.aspx on March 9, 2017, and strung together overnight.
If detections of Cobalt-60, Niobium-95 and/or Antimony-124 were to occur, do wake me up, though, ’cause that might peek my interest in digging a little extra into wind patterns again.
My impression from pondering over the multi-month graphs is that when the Iodine-131 was detected across Europe, that that might have been the tail end of a fallout pattern, of which that Telurium-132 detection some 6 weeks earlier December 3-4, 2016 may have been closer to its beginning. (See bunch of previous blog posts)
Anyhow, a few more graphs for the few caring souls for whom objective reality has not yet been demoted to the postmodern trash can…
First some with 3 months of gamma, then a few with 6 months, in no particular order:
- Brize Norton, UK, 3 months:
- Kefalonia, Greece, 3 months:
- Corfu, Greece, 3 months:
- Kaltenengers, Germany, 3 months:
- Waldhäuser, Germany, 6 months:
- Kicevo, Macedonia, 6 months:
- Patra, Greece, 6 months:
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Too bad Sola, Norway (where Co-60 was detected in May 2016 in the tail of the fallout patterns that followed “the April Event” (which came with a Te-132 detection that surpassed levels detected in Europe after Fukushima)) stopped sharing its lovely data two months ago…
- The past year+ of Cs-137 & Co-60 @ Sola, Norway:
An uptick of Cs-137 that also contained Co-60, part of the completely-ignored-by-all-media ‘April Event’‘s data thriller mystery…:
And its last data, as of checking on March 10, 2017…:
January, February, now March… Hvorfor stillheten, Norge?