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Radiation Detected!

Swipe Test Results 3/27/2011 Plume Detection Experiment Yukon, OK Radiation
March 28th, 2011 4:58 AM

Here are the numbers from last night's test.  Weather conditions wher cold and Drizzling. 

 

Driveway 15.6 12.6 13.6 13.2 9.6 13.6 9.8 11.4 12.2 11.8 15.2












Indoor Count 15.8 14.4 14.2 14.2 11.2 17.4 14 15.6 15.6 13 12












Swipe 14.2 11.6 13.2 13.6 10.8 14 9.8 11 11.2 14.2 14












Note: All Counts are in Counts Per Minute Using an SE International Digilert, Gross alpha beta and gamma

More tests are needed, this does not look as compelling as 3/26/2011.

PM1703m = 7 uR/hr; pm1208 .10 uSv/hr

 

 

 


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Posted by Chris Cavanaugh on March 28th, 2011 4:58 AMPost a Comment

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I am qoinutg and paraphrasing a recent excellent summary of the present juncture.As it stands now, four of six Fukushima nuclear reactor sites are irradiating the earth, fire is burning out of control at Reactor No. 4′s pool of spent nuclear fuel, there are six spent fuel pools at risk all told, and the sites are basically too hot to deal with. On March 16, plumes of white vapor began pouring from crippled Reactor No. 3 where the spent fuel pool may already be lost. Over the previous days we were told: nothing to worry about despite the massive earthquake and after shocks, tidal wave, explosions, chemical pollution, the pox of plutonium, contradicting information too obvious to ignore. The situation is nightmarish and appears to be worsening. I hope I am 100% wrong, but at the risk of sounding like a Cassandra, common senses suggests that this may well be one of the most serious challenges humanity has ever faced. By Thursday night, March 17, officials in India and Europe were concerned it may be worse than Chernobyl, and the U.S., Italy and France are evacuating their nationals on specially chartered airplanes. Friday, March 18, the threat level rates six on a seven point international scale of gravity for nuclear accidents. Are we all in massive denial by accepting official reassurances which fly in the face of known facts?

Posted by Hans on February 9th, 2012 3:33 PM
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Hello Hans, thank you for posting. However looking at March 2011 events and current events (you posted today) it appears that the biggest problem is a careful and thorough cleanup. There was no danger of a nuclear explosion, and "china syndrome" never occurred. In my humble opinion, the UN International scale of nuclear incidents is severely flawed, since it is not quantitative and objective, it is qualitative and subjective. Was Fukushima as bad or worse than Chernobyl? It is hard to tell from a layman's perspective. I do not beleive that the whole world is in danger, or ever was. Dilution and time is the best cure for what ails the environment around Fukushima. Chernobyl is now florishing with wildlife, I suspect it will take much less time in Fukushima, since such care is being taken and land is so valuable in Japan.

Posted by Chris Cavanaugh on February 9th, 2012 4:15 PM

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