Monthly Archives: November 2018

Blip (M7 Alaska, some Radiation data; Nov. 30, 2018)

Nov. 30, 2018 – A 7.0 Quake hit near Anchorage, Alaska: I had a quick look at the radiation monitors to see if there were abnormalities to note.  The radiation records have been so choppy and full of data gaps … Continue reading

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Couple EURDEPs/RADNETs (Nov. 24, 2018)

Just a couple snapshots of the past 3/4 months that stood out (some overlap with previous posts):

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Couple EURDEPs (Nov. 20, 2018) – Sweden still Off-line…

Nov 20, 2018 – EURDEPs, 3 months per line Alderney, UK (over 1 year of data shown)– starting with the data gap that accompanied the “Ruthenium-106-only nonsense” which the mainstream press spread regarding that autumn 2017’s abnormalities.  This monitor right … Continue reading

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Couple RADMONs, Few Extra EURDEPs (Nov. 19, 2018)

Hokkaido, Northern Japan, 1 week:   Couple more 2-month EURDEP composites:

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Woolsey Fire Smoke Not Main Cause of Radioactivity Upticks (Radnet data)

Nov. 19, 2018 — The devastating California fires of Autumn 2018 began on October 8th.  I roughly marked with a red line between Oct. 6 and Oct. 13 on these 4-month gamma radiation graphs.  Most of these locations are unaffected … Continue reading

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Couple EURDEP additions (Nov. 17, 2018)

Data was pulled from the well-disclaimed interface of EURDEP via @ http://eurdepweb.jrc.ec.europa.eu/EurdepMap/Disclaimer.aspx on Nov 17, 2018 – in no particular order: Something big happened… somewhere… in the nuclear industry… And long with it came one of the most successful cover-up in … Continue reading

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Knock Knock. (Couple EURDEPs, 2 months, Nov. 16, 2018)

Knock Knock! Who’s there? “I’m the latest radioactive fallout cloud circling the globe that none of the pieces of shit that call themselves “journalists” dare mention a word about.” Oh?  What makes you think these spikes and upticks are due … Continue reading

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