Category Archives: Politics

Blip… (Bit of EURDEP & Radnet; Music, Temps, Lightnings, Fires,…)

June 21, 2017 – Summer is here. Blogpost soundtrack: “…the writing’s on the wall…” Music videos, sprinkled with a couple EURDEP 3-month graphs on top, and 4-month Radnet graphs after.  All sources listed @ https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/radioactivity/current-radiation-levels-monitors Nice example of what I … Continue reading

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Summer Solstice

June 20, 2017 — Today and tomorrow are the longest days and tonight is the shortest night of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.    The time [Mountain Time in Colorado] for this Summer Solstice will be @ 10:24pm tonight. ——— … Continue reading

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Just Music

(Or close enough…) … if anything…

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Small EarthQuake @ Trinidad, Colorado

“Local News” — Pretty close to the area I’m in: Not much earthquake activity in Colorado, but so apparently there was a magnitude 3.9 near Trinidad, close to the New Mexico border yesterday, June 17, 2017.  Source: https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/ (I stumbled … Continue reading

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Couple Radiation Graphs from EURDEP & RADNET (June 18, 2017) [+ videos]

Sangre de Cristo wilderness, Southern Colorado – June 18, 2017 Snippets from Radiation Land — Just a selection (‘Standard Deviation’ for T-GAMMA on EURDEP; and just monitors I checked and found share-worthy on Radnet’s overview map).  Sources used listed on … Continue reading

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Apparent Uptick in Cetacean Conjoined Twins

An article by John Albinson on CBS News, June 15, 2017,  “Fishermen catch extremely rare 2-headed porpoise in North Sea” mentioned a statistic that made me do a double-take: Reported in The Netherlands in articles like, June 7’s “Siamese bruinvistweeling … Continue reading

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CryptoRevolution In Progress? [Bitcoin Music & Documentaries]

“Every informed person needs to know about Bitcoin because it might be one of the world’s most important developments.”  – Leon Luow, Nobel Peace prize nominee Crestone, in remote Saguache County, where 1 in 5 live in poverty, Southern Colorado, … Continue reading

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