I Used To Blog about Covered-Up Nuclear Disasters…

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‘They’ still have nukes, I had only a DISCLAIMERJanuary 21, 2018

Though the handful of corporate nuclear giants and the official nuclear oversight agencies may be delighted, I can think of a handful of never-met-in-person quasi-strangers in Japan, Sweden, Germany, the UK, France, the Netherlands and the United States, who are a little bit disappointed that I have quit following the radiation monitoring scene.

This, below, would be the equivalent of throwing some kitchen scraps to a pack of hungry data wolves:

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Add a few more, and perhaps it could be more like a meaty bone of yet another round in the “what the hell is going on” series…:

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I may never know what exactly made so many people afflicted with the full array of symptoms that are associated with exposure to radioactive contamination in summer and autumn 2017…  Maybe it was all a coincidence.  Maybe it was all in my head.  Some kind of bizarre ‘confirmation bias’ that vanished when I visited regions in northern Colorado, but mysteriously intensified more locally.  [sarc.]   Yet, just-as-maybe, fallout deposition zones are STILL what they’ve always been:  high erratic, dependent on geography, shifting winds, precipitation.  Add a couple chimney effects from forest fires and you can make the search for a spewing source nearly impossible, especially in a foaming media ocean of what might be little more than wave after wave of distraction disinformation…

And I’m not just referring to the unusual spike in “flu-like symptoms” in Colorado and especially Arizona.  My “anecdotal suggestive evidence” ranges from someone vomiting blood upon waking up for 3 weeks, to signs of anemia, joint discomfort, gastrointestinal upset that doesn’t go away, fatigue, night fever, high blood pressure, chest pain, heart problems, shortness of breath, diarrhea, confusion,… even rumors of a significant 2017 uptick in stillbirths and very specific birth defects such as cataract and heart issues.  And I’m not talking about Russia.  I live in the western US.  I mentioned my own bouts of “wtf is happening to me” in (Dec. 3, 2017) Odd Correlation and (Jan. 15, 2018) I’ll Live.

I’m ALSO referring to the French watchdog IRSN sharing “their best guess” (repeated in map image below) based on where the Ruthenium-106 radioactive cloud over Europe, in late Sept., early Oct. 2017, originated, WITHOUT them mentioning that it REALLY – I mean… seriously…- looked like there was (Nov. 12, 2017A Lot More than Ruthenium-106 in that Radioactive Cloud (DATA), or other signs that strongly suggested that this wasn’t some “harmless whiff”… (Nov. 15, 2017Oct. 2017 Ru-103 Detections Highest since 2011 + Record High MDCs @ Switzerland Radiation Monitoring stations; + Czech Republic I-131 & Cs-134 Measurements During “Ru-106 Cloud” compared to 2011.

On Nov. 11, 2017, (in “The Guardian on that Ru-106 cloud in early October 2017: “Nuclear accident sends ‘harmless’ radioactive cloud over Europe” (+ EURDEPs, Nov. 10-11, 2017)“, I had included this below IRSN map that was spread far and wide by mainstream media:

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Now the renowned Belgian nuclear research center SCK•CEN (which I have visited – see (March 20, 2015), A Visit to Belgium’s Nuclear Waste Depository Lab, HADES, 750 feet Underground…) and “experts from the KMI” (Belgium’s Royal Meteorological Institute) published this new probable spewing source map (image in partial screenshot, below):


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SOURCE: (in Dutch, with the map showing the most likely origin of that cloud): @ http://www.meteo.be/meteo/view/nl/35500766-SCK%E2%80%A2CEN+en+het+KMI+publiceren+een+analyse+over+de+aanwezigheid+van+radioactief+ruthenium-106.html

Although it added absolutely nothing new (apart from a better-looking map), it was front-page in De Standaard: http://www.standaard.be/cnt/dmf20171121_03200636  Yup, just like The Guardian, De Standaard just takes so-called nuclear watchdogs’ word for it…  “Just a harmless whiff of Beta emitter Ru-106 in early October…”   Like I said before: “Please ignore all evidence, just like last year, or in late 2014 as well, that suggests this is FAR more serious.”  

Aside from the fact that this is currently ‘NEWS’ in Belgium – nicely timed –right as the Belgian monitoring data stream has been cut for over a week…,


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One more mainstream peep, selectively ignoring publicly available data, while pointing at somewhere far away many months ago… and I might begin to suspect something very serious happened in Belgium…  [How Belgian of me…]

…with some peculiarities preceding the current 10+ days data gap


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…including “fallout patterns” nearby… (negative dose rates and zero values amidst disturbances and data gaps…):

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…there’s some “funny sh*t” in those press pieces…  Such as, “the reconstruction shows the cloud did not drift over Belgium”hahaha    Right…  And no one can point at the possible spikes that would have suggested otherwise, because…     -TADA, what’s new?…-


Perception management is where’s it’s at…:  the reconstruction SHOWS the cloud did not drift over Belgium”.

the radiation monitors were briefly put in their notorious data-gap mode, in some places with zero values even! (For its significance, see 2016: Does BETA radiation affect GAMMA Monitors Negatively? and Down is Up: Negative Activity Rate, T-Beta-Art & Cs-137 Upticks (Eurdep data)and Sept. 17, 2017: “Couple EURDEPs” – Attempted EPILOGUE Re. Observations & Musings from the land of ‘Monitoring Radiation Monitoring’… (heavily sprinkled with YT Music & Videos))



What is this Allegedly Apparent Blog supposed to do now? Rewind and play some fading memories of the nuclear monitoring scene during that time?  Alright… for fukc’s sake… These (via Online Radiation Monitors) EURDEP 3-month periods (ending 2017-10-05 OR 2017-10-15, with the key period marked – Just be aware that they cover a different period than the ones above that show the latest data, done so to include the end of September and early October):

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No signs of a radioactive cloud passing over Belgium in early October, eh?  Really?

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Nearby in The Netherlands?

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Coast of Northern France:

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“…curiouser and curiouser…”

Also ‘nevermind’ that a trace of Ru-106 was also even officially detected right near the Belgian border in The Netherlands… (So it’s more than obvious that the cloud also drifted over Belgium…)  Via Safecast ( @ https://blog.safecast.org/2017/11/about-that-radioactive-plume-of-ru-106/ ):

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I do not know why they keep disseminating “news” that can be so easily proven incorrect.  But I do know why I have thrown in the towel on “being that guy” who for whatever bizarre altruistic humanitarian reason felt compelled to point that out.  Ad nauseum, year after year, with nothing changing…

Man… the amount of time/focus/effort that is actually REQUIRED to point out that what the mainstream media spews, especially when it comes to nuclear issues, is primarily UTTER BULLSHIT… 

…is actually NOT why I quit (this blogpost being a bit of an exception to the fact that I have quit… – hehe).

I quit because of how my perceived ‘sense of futility’ was making feel.  It gets a little more than “merely depressing” when you dig deeper than your average “reporter”…  In a very real way it was making me sick.

Seeking the truth never made me sick, though.  Processing ridiculous amounts of radiation data didn’t make me sick.  Sometimes I even found it exciting, like an investigative journalist, or a detective on the trail of exposing a criminal!   Being confronted, however, on a fairly regular basis, with seemingly unshakable denial [popular among many conservative Americans], and “magical thinking” and various other forms of ‘spiritual bypassing’ (such as using profound insights into the ultimate nature of phenomena to dodge relative-reality responsibilities, among other New Age favorites…) [popular among many liberal Americans], ánd apparent complicity of politicians, journalists and scientists, through silence, omissions, or just “willful ignorance”… yeah… thát made me feel like, “What’s the use?”   Calling it ‘depressing’ barely scratches the surface.  You can find hints of how it made me feel in hundreds of posts before 2018.

Now… I’m actually having fun getting back to health.  Ways to go, but I’m on track.  I’m way too proactive and the medical establishment turns out to be surreal slow [guess you have to be so weakened that you can’t refuse their treatments anymore, to be taken seriously…], that I doubt they’ll ever come to a conclusive diagnosis.

But it was not just the combination of symptoms and blood data (such as well as outside-of-normal HIGH blood calcium, LSA, RA, etc.) that lead me to take my sudden health crisis seriously (see previous post, (Jan. 15, 2018) I’ll Live),

I can also take responsibility for my own experiences and recognize fitting patterns when they fitted:


From the late Louise L. Hay’s book, You Can Heal Your Life

So what am I saying?

That EVEN IF people were getting sick from actual fallout exposure, that radioactive fallout is essentially harmless and that it’s all our own fault for “thinking the wrong thoughts?”

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NO.    Neither purely objective, which is why “hard science” misses much, nor purely subjective, which is why “metaphysics” can seem misguidedly solipsistic, it seems to be a dynamical thing.  My impression is that radioactive fallout is an INTENSIFIER.   If one is out of alignment with the Divine, with one’s indestructible soul essence, [by lack of better interdisciplinary terminology,], no longer truly being oneself if you will, forgotten your life purpose,…  and is as such swayed by external circumstances, then physical, psychological and psycho-spiritual dis-ease has a chance to manifest. Radiation will “merely” make it manifest quicker and more extremely, BECAUSE it is itself out of sync, somehow distorted (and this is where natural radioactivity and artificial radioactivity appear to have a parameter at opposite ends of a spectrum that is not yet known to the physics taught in universities).   Of course, if the radiation is extremely extreme, your body dies, which is only a big deal if you believe this is all there is.

All getting sick is is a signal that it’s high time that ‘something must change’.   It almost always requires metabolic shifts, including changing one’s nutrition.

True on a planetary level too.  We have to stop burning oil for fuel.  That’s simply insane.  Another bat-shit-crazy thing that must change is the nuclear industry.  It MUST be shut down, without further delay.

Leave the Uranium in the ground.  Stop construction of all new fission reactors.

Shut down all operational nuclear reactors.

Implement well-funded safeguarding measures of all nuclear waste & step up neutralization research, until the mess is dealt with.

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…Let’s take this surreal-retarded stuck-in-the-past oil/gas/nuclear/… surface-dwelling wilderness-ruining diseased “civilization” to the next level alright… 

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I’ll Live

DISCLAIMER —- Spirulina Land, mid-January 2018

“… ♪. ♫. ♬

So, I lost my head a while ago

But you seem to have done no better

We set fire in the snow …


One thing I know for certain

I’m pretty sure:

It ain’t over.  

I’m not done… ♪. ♫. ♬ …. “



As touched on lightly here and there, last November 2017, a series of problematic health symptoms suddenly got so bad I went to see medical help…

After the sudden Acute Septic Elbow Arthritis (or Bursitis)‘ in early August, by mid-October (2017) I was noticeably more easily tired and gastrointestinal upset worsened.  In November it became intolerable when belly pains and bloating became accompanied by chest pain and shortness of breath while laying down, which prevented me from falling asleep.

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The resolution on ultrasounds tends to be too low to be conclusive for non-stone issues…

Unless it began in the joints or even inside the bones, the main initial discomfort began in what I think is the large intestine, roughly in the middle-right (upper belly) of that marked region near the liver (image from a CT scan):

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CT Scan revealed nothing of concern.

By late November bone pain and extreme joint discomfort, as well as severe itching from hot water, turned me into a health research maniac.  I got out of breath from merely walking up the stairs…

The goal of my self-help approach was to mainly reduce ‘oxidative stress‘ factors.   I’m not out of the woods yet (as of Jan. 15, 2018, which makes that about 3 months so far…), but there were 4 key choices to which I attribute my quick recovery:

  • Large quantities of Spirulina (See link at very top of post);
  • Whole leaf tea & tincture of Gingko Biloba;
  • Change mental patterns as found in Louise Hay’s You Can Heal Your Life;
  • Diet changes: no alcohol or added sugars, no fried foods, eating/drinking primarily green vegetables; alkalizing with fresh citrus juice & apple cider vinegar.

The best part is that my approach worked.  But that’s also the somewhat disturbing part, because I chose various aspects of my approach based on the starting assumption that my symptoms might be EXACTLY due to radioactive contamination…  Perhaps I’ll never know the cause(s), though.   When this ordeal, which at times (psychologically) FELT ‘life-threatening’, is behind me, I’ll likely share a more data-details-filled blogpost.

After being put on a 2-month waiting list for a colonoscopy [it’s popular…What’s up with that?], further delayed with some extra testing hoops I have to jump through, I chose to get very proactive and tackle this mysterious sudden ‘health crisis’.  This included a couple blood tests, done independently at private labs, in which I also checked for parameters not normally included in standard blood work.

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Hm…  Improvement, yet still not quite reassuring…

Lipic-associated Sialic Acid (LSA or LASA), Rheumatoid Arthritic Factor (RA), vitamin D panel, thyroid panel, autoimmune panel, couple specific bio-markers, etc., etc.

There were a few that lead the sovereign government of ‘Me, Myself and I’  to unanimously declare *a state of emergency.*

My suspicion quickly began to lean towards Polycythemia Vera (PV), often a precursor to acute leukemia, or possible a Stage III Colon Cancer that could be on the verge of spreading, or worse.   Acute leukemias have among the worst prognoses out there.  Too many factors gave me the impression that these possibilities should not be taken lightly, particularly also in light of the fact that I suspect a major nuclear accident occurred in 2017 [covered-up successfully so far through systematic data gaps on radiation monitors, and well-promoted distraction-news pieces…], quite possibly even on US soil…

  • Emergency declaration #1: Ignore everyone who tries to comfort me and tell me it’s probably nothing serious.
  • Emergency declaration #2:  Act as if it’s the worst case scenario.  ‘Cause if it is, every day matters.
  • Emergency declaration #3:   Mobilize any and all resources I can think of to gain insight into what’s going on, and spare nothing to get better.  Aim for complete healing.

I bought a juicer & turned myself into a salad-eating rabbit.  ;-)  Meanwhile, I’ve pretty much turned into a health freak, with noticeable results in both symptoms and blood test results


For about three weeks, it was like waking up (in pain) to this every morning, but for my health, not Hawaii:

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Only hilarious because it was false alarm.

I love false alarms.  They’re now my favorite thing.  ;-)


CT Scanner in Salida, Colorado, 2017.

Thank goodness for access to superb healthy organic food, healing herbs, free-radical scavengers, immune-boosting supplements,…

…and therapeutic massage & acupuncture!



Wishing all struggling with hard-to-diagnose mystery illnesses the needed energy boost, inspiration and helpful information to take steps towards improvements and complete healing.

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Couple More Pics

Jan. 6, 2018 – Also taken in the past week, most with my phone:

From/On Antelope Island, Utah:


Back in Southern Colorado:


To close: a composite/annotated partial pasted-together screenshot of some interesting “crypto-currencies“, as seen on https://coinmarketcap.com/all/views/all/  tonight at 11:40 pm Mountain Time, as Jan. 6, 2018 comes to a close…

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And on thát note…:

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Khmelnitskiy NPP @ Niecieszyn, Anything?

https-:en.wikipedia.org:wiki:Khmelnitskiy_Nuclear_Power_Plant copy.jpgIt is 11:38 am Mountain Time (Denver / Crestone) on this partly cloudy Colorado Mountain day of January 6, 2018.  Only because of major concerns arising out of Ukraine and Poland will I give myself 22 minutes MAX, so until 12 noon, to have a peek at the radiation scene over Europe this week. The latest “rumor” (?) can be summarized as follows:

“…Any info on a major radiation leak at the Khmelnitskiy Nuclear Power Plant (by Niecieszyn, Ukraine), suspected to have begun on January 4th, 2018?  Some think it’s very bad…”

Let’s see…  /wiki/Khmelnitskiy_Nuclear_Power_Plant, which shows me its location (see insert screenshot):

I find nothing mentions in the news.   [It’s véry time-consuming to search in other languages and having to go back and forth between the found (mostly unrelated stuff) and Google Translator…  If you have links, feel free to share ’em as a comment.  I’m unlikely to follow up on.  No news doesn’t mean anything these map-ukraine-nuke-reactors.gifdays, though…

If something already happened, some writers could say, “Told you so“; For instance, (Oct. 16, 2017) Get Ready for a New Chernobyl in Ukraine.

A look at Online Radiation Monitors

Via EURDEP… http://eurdepweb.jrc.ec.europa.eu/EurdepMap/Disclaimer.aspx

Or via the Ukrainian…

  • Radiation Monitors in the Chernobyl region:

@ http://srp.ecocentre.mns.gov.ua/MEDO-PS/index.php?lang=ENG

  • National Radiation monitors

@ http://www.energoatom.kiev.ua/  ; In ENGLISH

Darn… 12:17pm already – My self-allotted time’s already up.  Sorry.  I did not spot anything on the dozen monitors I checked that drew my attention further to extent the digging.

CONCLUSION:  Inconclusive.

TIPS:   1) If you know the TIME and LOCATION, you can use Nullschool Meteo:  http://earth.nullschool.net/ to pick out monitors downwind to search for evidence.

Example of such a major radioactive cloud that remains officially denied, see (Jan. 11, 2015) Latvian Nov. 28 Spikes Revisited: Nullschool Data Shows Perfect Correlation with ZNPP Wind Path!, when “Polish rumors” actually proved to be true (though also remained officially dismissed).

2) If some hacker were to release pertinent disaster management communications again, be aware of some “subtle” differences between Ukrainian and Russian.

Example: (Jan. 4, 2015Please Note: The Radiation Reported in “leaked documents” from Zaporozhye / Zaporizhia NPP is NOT “5 mSv/year”, but 5 µSv/hr !!! (RT mistranslation being spread widely)

For some suggestions of what to do preventatively, see links @ Why ‘WHERE’ matters.

Well-wishes to all. 

May all deceptions be exposed, and Truth rule supreme.

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Dry with Couple Clouds

Jan. 5, 2017 – Southern Colorado – For now, it remains awfully warm and dry for winter in the mountains…  Hopefully that will change soon.  The nearby mountains, with peaks going over 14,000 ft remain barren…


Approaching Crestone, Colorado on Jan 5, 2017

The clouds, however, have been pretty cool rather often.  See also the (Dec. 24, 2017) Lenticulars Over Crestone, which was spectacular:


As seen from Hooper, CO.

Couple cool clouds, photographed in the past 30 or so hours (Northern San Luis Valley, Southern Colorado):


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Quick Stop @ Arches NP

Happy New Year!  – Jan. 5, 2018

Passed by Arches National Park, near Moab, Utah, on my way to see friends over the holidays.  Did a couple short hikes I hadn’t done there before.  See also Autumn 2014 – Photos of Road Trip – 3/5

Couple photos (end of December 2017):


Speaking of rock arches, there’s one even here in the San Luis Valley (Southern Colorado), see (March 1, 2015) A Rock Arch in the San Luis Valley Area? And other PHOTOS (SLV – End Feb. 2015)


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US EPA RADNET bi-monthly DATA Update (Total Gamma Radiation, 4 month Graphs, ALL) – Dec. 28, 2017 (Last)

DISCLAIMER & Fair Use Statement –  EPA Region 8 – Dec. 28, 2017

There is NO POINT for me to continue doing this.  NONE.  If the nuclear club’s countries had any integrity – ANY, a sliver, a hint of it, something, – then perhaps my documentations (of highly suspicious abnormalities in the radiation monitoring data world) COULD be beneficial somehow  (or so I fathomed…), but NONE of these nations, nor their secrecy-bound CTBTO, or anything UN/IAEA-affiliated has one bit of integrity.   ZERO.   And with nearly all of the mainstream media in their pocket…  Come on, man… Seriously…   Until we shift to -perhaps…- blockchain-based media distribution, the whole attempt to make positive change within the boundaries of a pro-deception-biased system makes absolutely no sense.

This blogpost is perhaps a final inside joke to myself.  While people are dancing and singing karaoke at the bar I’m chill’n at, I’m putting this together at a record speed…

It actually remains a possibility that all these efforts, this entire blog, as well as anything else I tried, and what so many others did…, will be in vain. 

It is possible that the current surreal misguided juggernaut will go full radioactive steam ahead…   Most people are not willing to hear this, but it is entirely possible that “WE WILL LOSE EVERYTHING WE LOVE MOST”.   And just to please the comfort-oriented:  I’ll leave it at that.   

On an up-note: I see openings for very radical positive change as well…  But to stay on cue and to be cynical for one more (last?) time – “lol”:

“Perhaps inbetween gasps for air we’ll make some money on cryptocurrencies…”


Anyhow, for ol’ times sake:   For Radiation data, for a quick check, I use these:

Roughly every two months I put ALL US EPA Radnet total gamma graphs together in one giant blogpost.  It makes for more easily comparable, same y-axis, longer-term graphs.  The original idea was to keep doing that for a very long time.  – “haha”  Right…

The previous ones were:

Repeat Notice:  The United States government’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states in their disclaimer that they won’t vouch for the integrity of the data / information they supply the public with:

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…So, per my disclaimer, you may take all of this “for entertainment purposes only“…

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Instead of sampling off and on, this is the third of a bimonthly series:  Some time in the first week of the month (or just before the en of the same – same difference), if able, every two months I’ll bring all available Radnet graphs (SOURCE: from the map @ https://www.epa.gov/radnet/near-real-time-and-laboratory-data-state ) together in one long data-filled blogpost.

Now that the EPA finally allows graphing more than 400 data points, you can actually do long-term graphs (Example in the recent Phoenix, etc blogpost).    So -short-lived-it-was:  This will be my last of these 4-month graphs.  You can graph now for more than short periods via https://cdxnode64.epa.gov/radnet-public/query.do  Anyhow, not that documenting nuclear disasters made one iota of difference, even when there still was “net neutrality” [cough cough… uh-hm… Right…]

I consider this blogpost “a spasm of an obsolete past of mine”.Radnet_Map_Sept2017

To view the individual data points shown on these graph, use the EPA’s query tool to search the RadNet database in EPA’s Central Data Exchange.

Below:  Data graphs (4 months each) in same order as last times, as listed in the Sept. 3, 2017 list:

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Note the data gaps, & that snow tends to lower dose rates due to extra ground shielding  & that the y-axis scale is logarithmic...’

If you see evidence of nuclear terrorism, call your nearest…  um…


In the same order as used before:

  • Honolulu, Hawaii


  • Anchorage, Alaska


  • Fairbanks, Alaska


  • Juneau, Alaska


  • Seattle, Washington  (if only you knew what preceded this, right?…)


  • Olympia, Washington


  • Ellensburg, Washington


  • Richland, Washington


  • Spokane, Washington


  • Portland, Oregon


  • Corvallis, Oregon


  • Eureka, California


  • Sacramento, California


  • San Francisco, California


  • San Jose, California


  • Fresno, California


  • Bakersfield, California


  • Los Angeles, California


  • Anaheim, California


  • San Bernardino, California


  • Riverside, California


  • San Diego, California


  • Reno, Nevada


  • Las Vegas, Nevada


  • Boise, Idaho


  • Idaho Falls, Idaho


  • Kalispell, Montana


  • Billings, Montana


  • Salt Lake City, Utah


  • St. George, Utah


  • Yuma, Arizona


  • Phoenix, Arizona


  • Tucson, Arizona


  • Casper, Wyoming


  • Grand Junction, Colorado


  • Denver, Colorado


  • Colorado Springs, Colorado


  • Navajo Lake, New Mexico


  • Albuquerque, New Mexico


  • Carlsbad, New Mexico


  • Bismarck, North Dakota


  • Rapid City, South Dakota


  • Pierre, South Dakota


  • Kearney, Nebraska


  • Lincoln, Nebraska


  • Omaha, Nebraska


  • Dodge City, Kansas: NO DATA at time of checking
  • Wichita, Kansas


  • Kansas City, Kansas (NO DATA: “Page Not Found” – skipped)
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


  • Fort Smith, Arkansas


  • El Paso, Texas


  • Amarillo, Texas


  • Lubbock, Texas


  • San Angelo, Texas


  • Fort Worth, Texas


  • Dallas, Texas


  • Austin, Texas


  • San Antonio, Texas


  • Laredo, Texas


  • Harlinger, Texas


  • Corpus Cristi, Texas


  • Houston, Texas


  • Duluth, Minnesota


  • St. Paul, Minnesota


  • Shawano, Wisconsin


  • Lacrosse, Wisconsin


  • Madison, Wisconsin


  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin


  • Mason City, Iowa


  • Des Moines, Iowa


  • Fort Madison, Iowa


  • Jefferson City, Missouri


  • St. Louis, Missouri


  • Springfield, Missouri


  • Ft. Smith, Arkansas


  • Little Rock, Arkansas


  • Shreveport, Louisiana


  • Baton Rouge, Louisiana


  • Jackson, Mississippi


  • Aurora, Illinois


  • Chicago, Illinois


  • Champaign, Illinois


  • Grand Rapids, Michigan


  • Bay City, Michigan


  • Detroit, Michigan


  • Fort Wayne, Indiana


  • Indianapolis, Indiana


  • Toledo, Ohio


  • Cleveland, Ohio


  • Columbus, Ohio


  • Cincinnati, Ohio


  • Paducah, Kentucky


  • Louisville, Kentucky


  • Lexington, Kentucky


  • Memphis, Tennessee


  • Nashville, Tennessee


  • Knoxville, Tennessee


  • Birmingham, Alabama


  • Montgomery, Alabama


  • Mobile, Alabama


  • Atlanta, Georgia


  • Tallahassee, Florida


  • Jacksonville, Florida


  • Tampa, Florida


  • Orlando, Florida


  • Miami, Florida


  • Buffalo, New York


  • Rochester, New York


  • Syracuse, New York


  • Albany, New York


  • New York City, New York


  • Yaphank, New York


  • Burlington, Vermont


  • Concord, New Hampshire


  • Portland, Maine


  • Orono, Maine


  • Worcester, Massachusetts


  • Boston, Massachusetts


  • Hartford, Connecticut


  • Providence, Connecticut


  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


  • Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania


  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


  • Edison, New Jersey


  • Baltimore, Maryland


  • Washington, District of Colombia


  • Charleston, West Virginia


  • Harrisonburg, Virginia


  • Richmond, Virginia


  • Virginia Beach, Virginia


  • Charlotte, North Carolina


  • Greensboro, North Carolina


  • Raleigh, North Carolina


  • Wilmington, North Carolina


  • Augusta, Georgia


  • Columbia, South Carolina


  • San Juan, Puerto Rico


The war was never meant to be lost or won…

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