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There are some real high numbers here (for radiation network) esp Minnesota

 
WindyMind

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There are some real high numbers here (for radiation network) esp Minnesota
[link to radiationnetwork.com]

When I see the readings here and compare them to Radnet these are always low.

Different kinds of measurement.

88 in Minnesota means something is really off.

Minnesota has come down 30 cpm since I posted this.

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Re: There are some real high numbers here (for radiation network) esp Minnesota
rads

This was taken by NOAA about 18 months ago, before they started taking these kinds of radiation maps off of the internet. Pretty colors eh?
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12/18/2012 03:27 PM

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Re: There are some real high numbers here (for radiation network) esp Minnesota
Look to Wesdancin for EPA RAdnet charts, it doesn't look to bad, it seems more cities are offline though. Backersfield, Harrisonburg and Nebraska are notable.

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12/18/2012 03:35 PM
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Re: There are some real high numbers here (for radiation network) esp Minnesota
it's high in Arizona as well
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Re: There are some real high numbers here (for radiation network) esp Minnesota
it's high in Arizona as well
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Yes, and my daughter is there, she doesn't care. I care.
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I remember when all the country was 1-20 all the time. Colorado was always higher around 60. Now everywhere is elevated
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I remember when all the country was 1-20 all the time. Colorado was always higher around 60. Now everywhere is elevated
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This started when I lived in Colorado, that was the first time that I paid attention. I didn't know I moved to an area of increased radiation. Not everyone was keeping track at that time, not me anyway.
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84 now
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68 AZ
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explanation for you OP

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we have so many nuclear power plants... oh my god
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we have so many nuclear power plants... oh my god
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It's true. If we can out the greed involved maybe we can get them shut down.

I focus on the small triumphs, but Germanys example is no small thing.
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[link to www.fairewinds.org]

Arnie is my favorite expert on the nuclear topic. He talks so you can understand even if you don't have a background in nuclear disasters. I love how he talks like you are his high school class and he really wants you to learn and understand it.

What a nice guy.
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On Facebook there is a new page called Nuclear Genocide, it might be a good one.
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gallows humor

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San Onofre...report

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Nuclear Generating Station, located a few miles south of San Clemente, California. If San Onofre were to melt down, it would contaminate Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County, and make large regions of southern California uninhabitable forever. As background, read Shut down San Onofre: The continuing nuclear threat to southern California and Bad Vibrations: San Onofre steam generators cannot safely be repaired – new Fairewinds video and report. Topics addressed in the interview include nuclear waste, the 1980s Nuclear Freeze movement, the present public apathy toward nuclear war, and the many recent safety risks and radiation leaks at the San Onofre nuclear plant between San Diego and Los Angeles, where whistleblowers have been threatened.
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[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com]

You will like this blog.
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:status:


FUKUSHIMA PLANT SITUATION 'VOLATILE,' A YEAR AFTER COLD SHUTDOWN DECLARED

Workers are nowhere close to determining the state of melted fuel at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant, a year after the government declared the damaged reactors were in a “cold shutdown” state.

[link to ajw.asahi.com]

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[link to www.ustream.tv]

Japan real time seismic sensor

Sounds like r2 d2
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The MOX fuel is what makes it worse than Chernobyl.

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This is a study that can't be cut and pasted at all by me anyway.

Check it out, the study of radionucleides in Lithuania...Just look at the pictures and skip to the conclusion like I did, it's fast. This is the non scientific radiation thread that has science anyway.
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Re: There are some real high numbers here (for radiation network) esp Minnesota
I remember when all the country was 1-20 all the time. Colorado was always higher around 60. Now everywhere is elevated
 Quoting: California Jessers


This started when I lived in Colorado, that was the first time that I paid attention. I didn't know I moved to an area of increased radiation. Not everyone was keeping track at that time, not me anyway.
 Quoting: WindyMind


There's a recently published memoir focusing on radiation levels near the Rocky Flats facility near Denver that produced (produces?) nuclear bomb parts. Full Body Burden by Kristen Iversen.

I'm currently reading it. Interesting book.
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I remember when all the country was 1-20 all the time. Colorado was always higher around 60. Now everywhere is elevated
 Quoting: California Jessers


This started when I lived in Colorado, that was the first time that I paid attention. I didn't know I moved to an area of increased radiation. Not everyone was keeping track at that time, not me anyway.
 Quoting: WindyMind


There's a recently published memoir focusing on radiation levels near the Rocky Flats facility near Denver that produced (produces?) nuclear bomb parts. Full Body Burden by Kristen Iversen.

I'm currently reading it. Interesting book.
 Quoting: AlkaliDesert


I lived about a half an hour from there for 10 years.

I am interested in your reaction to the book.
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I call propaganda, it is on the internet. the sea turtles of Maui are alive and well and popping they big heads up all the time.
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Re: There are some real high numbers here (for radiation network) esp Minnesota
I lived about a half an hour from there for 10 years.

I am interested in your reaction to the book.
 Quoting: WindyMind


I'm about halfway through and, between the holidays and work, don't anticipate finishing it particularly soon.

It's about 2/3 dysfunctional family drama, 1/3 historical/environmental info. If you're just looking for the radiation info, I imagine you can find it more concisely somewhere online. But I'm finding it interesting and readable, and it would probably be even more interesting to someone familiar with the area.

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I lived about a half an hour from there for 10 years.

I am interested in your reaction to the book.
 Quoting: WindyMind


I'm about halfway through and, between the holidays and work, don't anticipate finishing it particularly soon.

It's about 2/3 dysfunctional family drama, 1/3 historical/environmental info. If you're just looking for the radiation info, I imagine you can find it more concisely somewhere online. But I'm finding it interesting and readable, and it would probably be even more interesting to someone familiar with the area.
 Quoting: AlkaliDesert


I would prefer to learn from a book like that. I need to start reading again. I did read the vampires of rocky flats :) no info there though.
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I lived about a half an hour from there for 10 years.

I am interested in your reaction to the book.
 Quoting: WindyMind


I'm about halfway through and, between the holidays and work, don't anticipate finishing it particularly soon.

It's about 2/3 dysfunctional family drama, 1/3 historical/environmental info. If you're just looking for the radiation info, I imagine you can find it more concisely somewhere online. But I'm finding it interesting and readable, and it would probably be even more interesting to someone familiar with the area.
 Quoting: AlkaliDesert


I would prefer to learn from a book like that. I need to start reading again. I did read the vampires of rocky flats :) no info there though.
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It's been raining for days, tiny little drops here on Maui, so I checked again with my inspector and nothing to be worried about. The rain seems to be just rain. The grass here is about 30 cpm constantly.
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 Quoting: WindyMind


That so brings to mind the "dragons in the sky" mentioned in the Kolbrin.
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