Saturday, July 30, 2011

EPA Radnet Data 7/30 9:00 AM Pacific Time


Omaha NE 147 beta

Lincoln Nebraska 142 beta

Rapid City SD 168 beta

Pierre SD 68 beta

Des Moines IA under review

Mason City IA 161 beta

Kansas City 0 beta

Bismark NK 56 beta

Milwaukie WI under review

Spokane WA 141 beta

Detroit MI 0 beta

Duluth MN 0 beta

Albuquerque NM 87 beta

WHERE IS THIS RADIATION COMING FROM? IS IT THE JET STREAM? IS IT FORT CALHOUN? IS IT THE FLOODED NUCLEAR LAB IN PIERRE? IS IT SOME COMBINATION OF ABOVE?
 

3 comments:

  1. Hi, I'm wondering the same thing?? I'm in the Mpls/St Paul area and our readings have been really high on the EPA lately. On July 23 CPM spiked to 224. It seems really bad on the hot humid days (which we've had a lot of). I've also been wondering if it's Fukushima or something more local? OR maybe both??

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  2. 224 is very, very high.

    Hopefully there was some sort of contamination and that this level is not actually occurring...

    If levels are indeed spiking that high, they could be from Fukushima

    and/or any releases from South Dakota's nuclear lab (which is probably flooded and is outside of Pierre--see my post http://majiasblog.blogspot.com/2011/07/what-is-source-of-high-radiation.html)

    and/or Fort Calhoun's emissions, which I believe are happening every 2 or 3 days.

    I personally think all are implicated based on the radnet data patterns I'm seeing...

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  3. Thanks for all your great posts! I've been checking the EPA since March. Since they have changed their site I now go in thru the radnet data exchange and look at the hourly CPM counts. It is not getting any better & we are not being told, of course. It just blows my mind!

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