America and Europe
EPA BLACKOUT OF REAL TIME RADIOACTIVE MONITORING (video)
uploaded by Potrblog
July 1st, we at Pissin on the Roses took aim the EPA's RadNet
roses to see if their radiation monitoring had roots in reality;
turns out we found lots of data censoring. By July 10th the
EPA shut down their RadNet Data page for Saint Louis. As of
today, July 12, the EPA has put a NATIONWIDE BLACKOUT ON REAL
TIME RADIOACTIVE MONITORING of Beta radiation. The EPA's statement
on this fact may be found here
real-time beta monitoring results frequently do not pass quality
control criteria due to local radiofrequency interference. For
this reason, near real-time beta monitoring graphs are not displayed
on this site."
course it would take a Freedom Of Information Act request to
see if this action was a result of the Pissin On The Roses detailed
expose of EPA's RadNet data censoring, but in the mean time
it will suffice to examine EPA's "local radiofrequency
interference" claims. One doesn't have to be a Benoit Mandelbrot
to look at the chart below tracking EPA's data censoring of
Saint Louis Radnet detections to realize that something just
EPA data censoring in Saint Louis coincides with early heavy
fallout periods from Fukushima; it also strongly coincides with
our very own detections of significant radioactive contamination
of the local rainfall. In that light, one can only conclude
that the term "RADIOfrequency interference" is pseudo
ethical legalistic technical jargon for RADIOactive materials
the EPA doesn't want to report. Of course the EPA has a term
for that too; they call it "Reviewed and Approved"
data. I guess that's a lot like this non-war we're not fighting
we can all at least be thankful that the EPA is not in charge
of issuing tornado warnings and censoring radar data, otherwise
the people in Joplin might never gotten any tornado warning.
Up until 1950 it used to be illegal to give tornado warnings,
someone in the government figured more lives would be saved
by not panicking people with tornado warnings. Maybe some day
in the future after the thyroids have been burned out and the
last kid has died of Fukushima Leukemia we won't have to rely
on government "Reviewed and Approved" data to safeguard
Fish from Pacific Ocean is Radioactive (Contaminated by Fukushima
Nuclear Fallout) (video)
Me by Michael Collins, enviroreporter.com.
Denise Anne and I started Radiation Station exactly four months
ago today, we had no idea how much the ongoing meltdowns at
the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex were going to change our
days, we began live-streaming ambient interior and exterior
radiation readings 24-7 in the western Los Angeles Basin where
millions of people live. We equipped ourselves with High Efficiency
Air Particle (HEPA) filters and a countertop
reverse osmosis water purification system* which
we use along with a previously purchased Berkey water filter...
the ambient air readings have been generally benign, our tests
of rain water, so-called June Gloom mist, HEPA filter dust,
some powdered milk, chocolate and fruit have shown preliminary
indications of elevated radiation levels that point to a culprit
upwind of us, Fukushima. Astronomical amounts of highly fissile
radioactive material have been spewing out of Fukushima unceasingly
since three reactors melted down March 15.
Los Angeles has been the beneficiary of being south of where
the jet stream across the Pacific has flowed since March. Fukushima
is upwind of the United States, however, and other regions like
the Bay Area, Northern California, the Northwest and Midwest
have been hammered by high radiation. Potrblog
in St. Louis has repeatedly tested rainwater coming in at 62
times background radiation, a level that is dozens of times
more than what the Environmental Protection Agency considers
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where is the EPA in testing your food for Fukushima fallout
contamination? They tested for it from March 11 through June
30 and then said sayonara to enhanced monitoring even though
many of their readings were abnormally high.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission has repeatedly discounted any
possibility that Fukushima fallout could impact America. This
week, the NRC released its Near-Term
Task Force report on Enhancing Reactor Safety in the 21st Century.
this report we discovered that it includes a dedication to individuals
who responded to the Fukushima disaster for their efforts that
have resulted in “no fatalities and the expectation of
no significant radiological health effects” from the disaster.
amount of radiation that has oozed into the ocean and steamed
into the air at Fukushima is huge and will most certainly have
significant radiological health effects. To dare to print such
dangerous nonsense belies either incomprehension of science
or another agenda driven by money and power. Neither is acceptable.
government’s take on this is that it’s over even
though just one of the destroyed reactors contains enough Plutonium-239
to kill every person on the planet six times over. The deliberately
misleading head-in-the-sand policy adopted by the government
has put the citizenry at risk without their consent.
EPA decision to halt testing came over a week before the Japanese
owner of the stricken reactors, TEPCO, admitted that three of
the six reactors melted down on the first day. The EPA didn’t
reconsider resumed fallout testing upon learning this nor did
it when it was subsequently informed through the media that
these reactors have undergone something much more terrifying
and uncontrollable which is called a melt-through.
melt-through is when the molten goo of a reactor in full meltdown
burns its way through its containment vessel of steel and concrete.
Now TEPCO says it won’t even be able to fix the destroyed
fuel rods for at least ten years as if these “rods”
even were intact.
the EPA has not even made a peep about resumed and more robust
radiological testing across the nation that has already seen
environmental contamination of air, water and food. Finds in
foodstuffs and rainwater by the University of Berkeley have
shown extensive impacts from radionuclides associated with meltdowns.
Fukushima’s fingerprints are all over the place.
American people are on their own, ‘reassured’ by
people claiming authority to posit what on the face of it is
a complete falsehood: that this out of control situation, which
is getting worse by the day, could in no way affect the health
and well being of the creatures that inhabit this land. It already
has. It could take years or decades to see the tragic results.
counters are virtually impossible to obtain. Most Americans
haven’t a clue about the threat that this silent and growing
menace poses to our water supply, crops, animals, land, environment,
health and gene pool. Even now, with two reactor complexes threatened
with flooding from the Missouri River and another back east
spewing water from its reactor, most folks carry on as if there
aren’t three meltdowns upwind of us, three melt-throughs
that threaten an ecological calamity the likes of which humanity
has never seen.
won’t see it either because radiation is invisible. It’s
also tasteless and doesn’t smell. That makes foraging
for fallout-free food so challenging.*
though Denise Anne and I have radically adapted our diet to
the new realities of radiation contamination, searching out
pre-March 11 produced items, finding food grown south of the
Equator, growing our own and knowing which foods currently on
the grocery shelves were made with last summer’s harvest,
most corn being an important example.
still consume items that aren’t guaranteed to be fallout
free. These items have to be tested.
for us we have an Inspector nuclear radiation monitor which
I have used for nearly a dozen years in my role as an environmental
investigative reporter. While it may not catch everything due
to limitations beyond my control, it sure does catch a lot.
we go shopping, we first aim to shop rad-smart and then test
the items upon returning home. Sometimes, however, I will test
items in stores to save me the problem of buying something I
know could be impacted by Fukushima. Other times, I’ll
test the groceries out in the car before driving off.
EPA is not testing our food adequately. Our answer to that is
Me. We want to share with you our purchases in an effort
to let you see what we have found to be rad-free. It’s
no guarantee that these items are totally rad free – to
better elucidate that we would need this Ludlum
Isotopic Identifier which only costs a mere $15,678.57.
(Of course, if you’d like to help us move towards our
goal of purchasing this radionuclide identifier, please see
the PayPal button on the sidebar of this site.)
you can damn well bet the farm that I’m not serving up
anything contaminated to my bride. And I will work to the best
of my ability to find food that’s not hot and test the
stuff that may be.
receipts we’re sharing are from post-Fukushima purchases
and do not include everything we eat (we are fortunate to be
stocked up on plenty of pre-Fukushima food). You may notice
we aren’t exactly gourmet diners and it’s possible
you’ll not share our preferences.
simply want to put our money where our mouth is and our mouth
where our money is so to speak. You can too – please feel
free to share your discoveries and tips in our Comments section
last thing – if you use these receipts to better judge
food options open to you, you agree to abide by our Disclaimer.
will update Eat Me with receipts every time we shop.
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bought our reverse-osmosis machine from Southern California-based
Advanced Purification Engineering Corp. and were so impressed
that we became an affiliate. If you buy
through us the company will pay us a commission
which will be used to run EnviroReporter.com’s
Radiation Station and our multiple investigations.
-- Scalar Square out of Springfield / Rolla, MO -- new forecast
for next 24-48 hrs uploaded by "Dutchsinse"
[Editor's Note: I currently have not done enough research to
verify the validity the "HAARP ring" approach or related
interpretations by "Dutchsins" [aka Michael Jannick
out of St. Louis]. I list it here simply because I currently
view it as an interesting phenomenon worthy of additional investigation.
However, I am unhappy that beginning in mid to late May and
continuing into August "Dutchsinse" diverted most
of his focus to the exclusion of the continuing Fukushima radiation
threat and towards HAARP rings and earthquakes. Also, his low
radiation findings in St. Louis were contradicted both the day
before and day after by "potrblog." Nevertheless,
I have embedded a lot of Dutchsinse's videos covering Fukushima
from March to May because he captured a lot of good animations
by major meteorological services around the world, to include
the Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU), before they
all suspiciously shut down in mid-May. In any event, I am very
eclectic, and will link to anything if I think it provides
important facts and insights, to include material by Communists,
Nazis, Zionists, queers, and even certain "Zionazi"
people who help conduct gratuitous TSA-airport genitalia groping
and other nefarious DHS activities, so I recognize that Dutchsinse
posted some valuable videos covering the first two months of