Where did the radioactive wind come from?

This is in addition to the two previous blog posts.

The other day it was a search term “unusual radioactivity Alamosa” (that apparently had lead someone to find my blog), which prompted me to pull out my Medcom Inspector Alert Geiger Counter, since I’m in the same valley (See many photos of this gorgeous region throughout this blog)  DATA:  Oct. 12, 2017 @ 10am, past 24 hours, vertical in upstairs window averaged 57 CPM, with the dose rate fluctuating between 0.131 µSv/hr and 0.250 µSv/hr, with an occasional spike higher, all completely normal for my location at elevation 8200 ft (2500 meter) on the western slope of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain range near Crestone, Colorado.

Then I looked if there was anything in the news: only that “isolated Ru-106” mystery, touched on in (Oct. 9, 2017) Couple EURDEPs (Ru-106 – Oct.9, 2017).  A little digging on EURDEP showed widespread data gaps and lots of other radioisotope detections (Oct. 11, 2017) RADIOACTIVE FALLOUT Clouds Touch down in Europe: Ru-103, I-131, Cs-134, Cs-137, Pb-210, Na-22, Be-7 Radioisotopes SPIKE in Czech Republic, Hemisphere-wide Data Gaps & Disturbances!, which all mainstream media so far has remained silent about.  That blogpost was viewed only some 50 times in its first 24 hours, even as I left comments on several YouTube channels, at ENEnews and sent out a tweet (MVB @AptlyAlleged ).   Oh well… What was I thinking, that somehow making the data more accessible would make one iota of difference… ;-/   

But… but… it REALLY could mean that there’s likely hundreds of thousands of people, caring but clueless parents with vulnerable young children, in some new (?) major fallout zone.   And yet there’s just enough data crumbs to see something big happened.   Like a teaser, tickling our inner ear with a radioactive feather while we’re trying to nap through these Orwellian times…

Just to pick some place, I’ll start at the far-northern tip of Norway @ Mehahn (71.0 North, 27.8 East).  The past 3 months shows 2 data gaps.  I’m going to assume that the narrow recent one on Oct. 3 is related to the fresh fission products swirling around, which is the onset of that recent uptick, data-gapped away in many locations.

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Where was the wind coming from?  On Oct. 3 @ noon UTC, just above the surface at 1000 hPa: @ https://earth.nullschool.net/#2017/10/03/1200Z/wind/isobaric/1000hPa/orthographic=-16.81,65.04,780/loc=27.800,71.000   Annotated screenshot:

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A bit higher @ 850 hPa, you see a faster more defined windpattern, much more coming from the west:  https://earth.nullschool.net/#2017/10/03/1200Z/wind/isobaric/850hPa/orthographic=-16.81,65.04,780/loc=27.800,71.000   At jet stream height, @ 250 hPa it is part of a fan-out ( see @ https://earth.nullschool.net/#2017/10/03/1200Z/wind/isobaric/250hPa/orthographic=-16.81,65.04,780/loc=27.800,71.000 )  Annotated Screenshot of 850 hPa:

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Qaqortoq, Greenland – The data gaps struck Southern Greenland significantly earlier, but whether or not the first batch of gaps are caused by the same source as the second one is one of the many unknowns.  I’ll do a wind pattern check for two dates for this location @ 60.7N46.0W:

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I’ll look at late Sept. 28 and onset of Oct. 6.

Starting with Sept. 28, 2017 @ 2100 UTC:  There’s practically no wind until you rise above 700 hPa, and even then it’s not clear yet, as slow-moving air approaches the monitor location from mostly the south and somewhat from the west too:  https://earth.nullschool.net/#2017/09/28/2100Z/wind/isobaric/850hPa/orthographic=-50.74,67.42,780/loc=-46.000,60.700

I moved forward in time and turned the globe a bit.  You start seeing that during the times that the data gap is in place the wind swirls around, but it clearly being delivered from the prevailing west, with a low pressure just off the coast and a significant slow-down zone in upper winds (which would give fallout higher up a chance to come down); clearly at 500 hPa for Sept 30, 2017 6:00 UTChttps://earth.nullschool.net/#2017/09/30/0600Z/wind/isobaric/500hPa/orthographic=-145.05,74.89,780/loc=-46.000,60.700 There are several possibiities further upwind, but most of those go in circles, with the windlines a notch south of the monitor tracing back over Canada and Alaska to Northern Japan and Russia (and beyond all the way to Europe, of course).  Annotated screenshot:

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Same location, but for Oct. 6 shows a similar go-around, 250 hPa: https://earth.nullschool.net/#2017/10/06/0000Z/wind/isobaric/250hPa/orthographic=-102.02,79.44,279/loc=-46.000,60.700

The idea is to find an area where wind lines cross, in which it would be more likely for the spewing source to be.

US EPA Radnet quick check via https://www.epa.gov/radnet/near-real-time-and-laboratory-data-state  – Since Alaska, and mainly Fairbanks and less so the further south ones, appears to be in the possible fallout cloud path, here’s US EPA RADNET’s mere 3 monitors for that giant area, and for Hawaii since we’re in the Pacific for a little detour before returning to EURDEP.  Annotated screenshot for 4 month gamma data:


And Seattle is building itself a nice ‘staircase to hell’.  But don’t be alarmed: that just forest fire smoke, which… just somehow doesn’t seem to stop affecting radiation monitors, even after several rainstorms that cleared the air of smoke… [“Hm…”]:


Next I’ll look at two Portugese monitors out in the Atlantic, about as far from Eastern Europe as it gets for Europe:

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Two different countries’ monitors, over 1000 miles apart, and yet both their recent data gaps start on Oct. 3, 2017…  A look at the wind for Oct. 3, 2017 @ 1200 noon UTC shows that it is also here clearly NOT coming “from Eastern Europe”, unless it came from there by moving all the way around with the jet stream.  That certainly is a possibility.

250 hPa (toy around and turn globe to see the jet stream path):  https://earth.nullschool.net/#2017/10/03/1200Z/wind/isobaric/250hPa/orthographic=-28.66,39.65,780/loc=-21.702,33.588

Conclusion:  whatever happened recently at some nuclear facility was huge, way too big for the nuclear watchdogs not to know the exact source.   I can’t figure it out with the limited ‘Swiss cheese’ data we have at our disposal, though.  Fukushima-Daiichi remains a possibility, but so does just about any reactor in the northern hemisphere…

Ukraine: http://www.energoatom.kiev.ua/en/map_aes/   It’s been brought to my attention that all monitors at Ukraine’s RNPP show zero-values only:  @ http://www.energoatom.kiev.ua/en/ascro_raes/

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Nearby monitors plugged into EURDEP only show some data gaps, and only later, since Oct. 3, 2017:

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In the following 1 month composite, you see the gamma data for Clones, Ireland (near Northern Ireland) which shows a striking baseline adjustment and data gap; Lista, tip of Southern Norway, with spike and data gap; Longlier, Belgium (in the French-speaking part), with spike and zero-value; and Ostrava-Mosnov, in eastern Czech Republic, where Ru-103, I-131, Cs-137 etc was measured during the sampling period that included that spike (last red dotted line):

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Of these 4, Southern Norway gets it first at the very end of September (while Northern Norway several days later, see example at top of post), and you can see for Lista, in the wind data (link below) that this is likely because of a slow-down in the higher air layers right at that time.  The other three are affected almost simultaneously at the end of Oct. 2, early Oct. 3.

Looking at wind patterns again didn’t get me any closer (browse through the days from https://earth.nullschool.net/#2017/09/29/1200Z/wind/isobaric/500hPa/orthographic=-19.47,50.94,1118/loc=6.761,58.041 ), except for that this fallout cloud, again, appears jet-stream delivered, and I see nothing whatsoever to point at ‘Eastern Europe’ as the location of the spewing source.  It’s possible, but then it probably already made at least one journey around the northern hemisphere first.

If you look at all the data, including that in Couple EURDEPs (Ru-106 – Oct.9, 2017), IF this were the aftermath of a major nuclear accident, it very well could have occurred this past September.  Could be anywhere, even something in Belgium or the UK, for that matter…  Or something in Asia.  Or in the US?    I can’t say I didn’t try, but I can’t figure out where what happened.  All I can say is that it looks rather significant.   And it’s looking like the governments that know won’t tell…

The only conclusion that stands is that the supposed public-access radiation monitoring networks are rigged to hide and mask fallout events, making them part and parcel of a deception apparatus.

I’ll leave it at that… ;-/

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7 Responses to Where did the radioactive wind come from?

  1. Horse says:

    Hi MVB, I noted major spark activity the last half of August at Fuku. I think EURDEP is hiding Fuku fallout. http://caferadlab.com/thread-2063-post-4217.html#pid4217
    When I see spark rates of 20/hr on cam1 and sparks on cam4 you follow a couple months later with anomalies in EURDEP data. This ain’t the first time, maybe a coincidence.
    Glad you’re still putting it out there, dropped a link to your site in a comment to an article. Keep tracking and reporting maybe we’ll make some sense of the data.

  2. MVB says:

    Fuku is a very real possibility, though the surge in i131 would imply a surreal deterioration of uncontrollable fission bursts, possibly coinciding with underground hydrovolcanic explosions. A worse case scernario is unthinkable. One of the possibilities.

  3. PF says:

    European Media is at the moment on a total anti-Russian course. So everything “bad” (be it election results that don’t suit Them, be it pre-election polls that don’t suit Them, be it Ukraine / Krim, …) must be of Russian origin. And, as we “all now”, in Russia, they cook and heat with old reactor fuels, because it’s sooo cold there…
    So it’s politically natural that the association “bad radioactivity, but nothing to worry” comes from “bad Russia” is made in the media.
    In my country, we’re having parliamentary elections this week. Oh my universe, they are talking about Everything BUT things that matter.
    In this sense, let me say a big THANK YOU to you, Michael, for your continuing monitoring of European and world-wide nuclear affairs. Going to check my own monitor this weekend, which sits with a SBM-20 tube in the fresh-air circuit of the house. (Did you know that in Europe, a lot of houses need to be built to have such a high insulation level that these are artificially ventilated over a heat exchanger? Benefit is, you always have fresh air in the house….eeeh–wait….what FRESH air?!?!)
    BR, PF

  4. Invalid email says:

    I have not proper words to say thank you. Sinusitis + bronchitis last month. Zeolite was the most effective intervention.

    Looks like it is probably Fukushima. I suspect Tepconions manage to bomb the coriums when they are ready to blow. It is just a speculation, due to too many night events in the past, and strange blasts in the sea; it is a lie they do not know where the coriums are, reactor 4 and 3 pools are a lie, cold shutdown condition is pure fiction like “the second after Chernoyl…”.

    A lot of people tell me it is better not to know. Their choice, but neglecting reality does not mean avoiding the consequences of it. Truth matters, and those who have the stamina to search for it are mentally the healthiest among us.

    [message truncated: invalid email]

  5. Alex says:

    Any thoughts on the origin being n.korea? I don’t have anything to back that up, but if weapons development is going on, could be a ‘source’…?

    • MVB says:

      Northern Japan, far-northern North Korea, and anything further ‘upwind’, from China’s testing site to Russia’NPP’s and all of Europe’s… and round and round to include just about anywhere are all ‘real posibilities’ . I think if it were NK, mainstream media would highlight that.

      The IAEA/CTBTO almost certainly know, but it’s got to be from a source that’s clearly not part of what’s disclosable. My guess is that’s it’s somewhere close to a densely populated area, and they just don’t want to deal with people freaking out.
      Anyhow… We’ll have a “limited nuclear war” soon enough anyhow. The cancer clusters will get lost in the upcoming widespread fallout noise, must be their thinking… Or something. Journalism as it once existed is gone. The sovietization of the planet is moving ahead smoothly… Not sure why I bothered documenting the data pieces. Guess I felt ‘impelled’ again… weird leftover of a bygone era.

      We’ve always been at war with Oceania…

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