Saturday, April 8, 2017

Fukushima Update: "Your Radiation This Week, April 8, 2017"

Publishing Note: Due to Bob Nichol's other commitments the city-specific radiation reporting will now be published every 2 weeks until further notice. The next such report will be on April 22, 2017. I will update the weekly Hiroshima bomb equivalents information. This is to keep you as aware and informed as possible, not alarm you, though you should be alarmed, and is scientific FACT, not sensationalistic nonsense. Everything here is active-linked for your own verification, or not; I encourage you to do so. The radiation's not going anywhere, folks, but we are... - CP

"Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.”
- Shiva

Updated by CP April 8, 2017: Fukushima Equals 14,280.3 Hiroshima Bombs Today, More Tomorrow; There is No Place On Earth to Escape the Rad: The 3 melted-through cores of the destroyed reactors, totaling over 600 tons, at Fukushima daily release the radioactive equivalent of 6.45 Hiroshima bombs directly into the atmosphere and the Pacific Ocean. As of April 1, 2017, 2,214 days since the disaster began, this equals the detonation of 14,280.3 Hiroshima atomic bombs and it is still going strong, with no end in sight, considering that the half-life of uranium-238 is about 4.47 billion years and that of uranium-235 is 704 million years. There is no technology on this planet to deal with this situation. There are only 336 cities on Earth with more than one million people. That is the equivalent of 42.5 Hiroshima atomic bombs apiece. First thing, grasp the difficult concept that this is an ELE or Extinction Level EventThe deadly meltdown and dispersion of radioactive fuel throughout the world is on-going to this day. There is no escaping our fate, there are no solutions. No one is exempt. The radioactive particles are all over the world now.
"Your Radiation This Week, April  8, 2017"
by Bob Nichols

(San Francisco) April 8, 2017 – "Good Day, this is “Your Radiation This Week” for the past two weeks. For 2017 YRTW will list some of America’s cities Total Gamma Radiation. These are the Recorded Total Gamma Radiation Highs that affected people around the United States. Based on seven years of historical records from EPA, the Rad numbers will continue to increase in the deadly levels. The outlook is not good.

Your Radiation This Week: April 8, 2017
Normal "Background" Radiation is 5 to 20 CPM. 50 CPM is an alert level.
"Facing a Dying Nation"
Gamma Radiation Report: YRTW 11 and 12- Mapped

Table of Poisoned American Cities – Total Gamma Radiation

COUNT CPM, Amount Times Normal, CITY, STATE Count nSv/Hr
12,421 CPM, 2484.2 Times Normal, ColoradoSprings, CO.  
9,822 CPM, 1964.4  Times Normal, Raleigh, NC.  
9,536 CPM, 1907.2  Times Normal, Denver, CO.  
9,511 CPM, 1902.2  Times Normal, Kansas City, KS.  
9,170 CPM, 1834    Times Normal, Navajo Lake, NM.  
9,086 CPM, 1817.2  Times Normal, Little Rock, AR.  
8,687 CPM, 1737.4  Times Normal, Portland, ME.  
8,389 CPM, 1677.8  Times Normal, Laredo, TX.  
8,254 CPM, 1650.8  Times Normal, Spokane, WA.  
8,224 CPM, 1644.8  Times Normal, Idaho Falls, ID.  
8,168 CPM, 1633.6  Times Normal, Casper WY.  
8,139 CPM, 1627.8  Times Normal, San Diego, CA. 113 nSv/Hr
7,839 CPM, 1567.8  Times Normal, Dodge City, KS.  
7,781 CPM, 1556.2  Times Normal, Worcester, MA. 101 nSv/Hr
7,755 CPM, 1551    Times Normal, Wichita, KS.  
7,689 CPM, 1537.8  Times Normal, Rochester, NY.  
7,558 CPM, 1511.6  Times Normal, Champaign, IL.  
7,556 CPM, 1501.2  Times Normal, Riverside, CA.  
7,489 CPM, 1497.8  Times Normal, Fresno, CA.  
7,427 CPM, 1485.4  Times Normal, Amarillo, TX.  
7,408 CPM, 1481.6  Times Normal, Tucson, AZ.  
7,384 CPM, 1476.8  Times Normal, Omaha, NE. 110 nSv/Hr
7,208 CPM, 1441.6  Times Normal, El Paso, TX.  
7,131 CPM, 1426.2  Times Normal, Pierre, SD.  
7,127 CPM, 1425.4  Times Normal, Anaheim, CA  
7,115 CPM, 1423    Times Normal, Augusta, GA.  
7,101 CPM, 1420.2  Times Normal, Billings, MT.  
6,980 CPM, 1396    Times Normal, Louisville, KY.  
6,957 CPM, 1391.4  Times Normal, Bakersfield, CA.  
6,845 CPM, 1369    Times Normal, Los Angeles, CA. 81nSv/Hr
6,830 CPM, 1366    Times Normal, Concord, NH.  
6,805 CPM, 1361    Times Normal, Pittsburgh, PA,  
6,777 CPM, 1355.4  Times Normal, Boston, MA.  
6,747 CPM, 1349.4  Times Normal, Atlanta, GA.  
6,747 CPM, 1349.4  Times Normal, Rapid City, SD.  
6,725 CPM, 1345    Times Normal, Shreveport, LA.  
6,720 CPM, 1344    Times Normal, San Bernardino Cty  
6,678 CPM, 1335.6  Times Normal, Boise, ID  
6,676 CPM, 1335.2  Times Normal, Yuma, AZ.  
6,629 CPM, 1325.8  Times Normal, Oklahoma City, OK  
6,590 CPM, 1318    Times Normal, Lincoln, NE.  
6,569 CPM, 1313.8  Times Normal, Hartford, CT.  
6,541 CPM, 1308.2  Times Normal, Harrisonburg, VA  
6,534 CPM, 1306.8  Times Normal, Mason City, IA.  
6,497 CPM, 1299.4  Times Normal, Tulsa, OK.  
6,455 CPM, 1291    Times Normal, Memphis, TN.  
6,422 CPM, 1284.4  Times Normal, Cleveland, OH  
6,393 CPM, 1278.6  Times Normal, Grand Junction, CO.  
6,351 CPM, 1270.2  Times Normal, Jefferson City, MO.  
6,305 CPM, 1251    Times Normal, Bismarck, ND.  
6,289 CPM, 1257.8  Times Normal, Kearney, NE. 188 nSv/Hr
6,118 CPM, 1223.6  Times Normal, Richmond, VA.  
6,114 CPM, 1222.8  Times Normal, Indianapolis, IN.  
5,987 CPM, 1197.4  Times Normal, Reno, NV.  
5,980 CPM, 1196    Times Normal, Knoxville, TN.  
5,947 CPM, 1189.4  Times Normal, Providence, RI. MIA  
5,911 CPM, 1182.2  Times Normal, Lexington, KY.  
5,894 CPM, 1178.8  Times Normal, Phoenix, AZ 96 nSv/Hr
5,864 CPM, 1172.8  Times Normal, Ft Smith, AR.  
5,818 CPM, 1163.6  Times Normal, New York City, NY. 75nSv/Hr
5,782 CPM, 1156.4  Times Normal, Albuqueque, NM.  
5,578 CPM, 1114.6  Times Normal, Charleston, WV.  
5,564 CPM, 1112.8  Times Normal, Des Moines, IA  
5,423 CPM, 1084.6  Times Normal, Baton Rouge, LA. 72nSv/Hr
5,422 CPM, 1084.4  Times Normal, Corpus Christi, TX.  
5,412 CPM, 1082.4  Times Normal, Lubbock TX.  
5,399 CPM, 1079.8  Times Normal, Detroit, MI  
5,390 CPM, 1078    Times Normal, St George, UT.  
5,346 CPM, 1069.2  Times Normal, Tallahassee, FL. 73nSv/Hr
5,331 CPM, 1066.2  Times Normal, Salt Lake City, UT. 
5,277 CPM, 1055.4  Times Normal, Lockport, NY.  
5,234 CPM, 1046.8  Times Normal, St. Louis, MO. MIA 178nSv/Hr
5,228 CPM, 1045.6  Times Normal, Madison, WI.  
5,148 CPM, 1029.6  Times Normal, Birmingham, AL. 73 nSv/Hr
5,143 CPM, 1028.6  Times Normal, Virgina Beach, VA  
4,945 CPM, 989     Times Normal, Chicago, IL. 62 nSv/Hr
4,917 CPM, 983.4   Times Normal, Richland, WA. 74 nSv/Hr
4,902 CPM, 980.4   Times Normal, San Antonio, TX. 55nSv/Hr
4,896 CPM, 979.2   Times Normal, Shawano, WI.  
4,803 CPM, 960.6   Times Normal, Philadelphia, PA. 66nSv/Hr
4,794 CPM, 958.2   Times Normal, Aurora, IL  
4,712 CPM, 942.4   Times Normal, Dallas, TX. 71 nSv/Hr
4,383 CPM, 876.6   Times Normal, Carlsbad, NM.  
4,294 CPM, 858.8   Times Normal, Montgomery, AL. 64 nSv/Hr
4,233 CPM, 846.6   Times Normal, Las Vegas, NV.  
4,069 CPM, 813.8   Times Normal, Burlington, VT, US 58nSv/Hr
4,011 CPM, 802.2   Times Normal, Paducah, KY.  
3,942 CPM, 788.4   Times Normal, Miami, FL.  
3,906 CPM, 781.2   Times Normal, Yaphank, NY. 60 nSv/Hr
3,886 CPM, 777.2   Times Normal, Duluth, MN  
3,814 CPM, 762.8   Times Normal, Houston, TX. 47 nSv/Hr
3,763 CPM, 752.6   Times Normal, Eureka, CA.  
3,707 CPM, 741.4   Times Normal, Ft Worth, Tx.  
3,691 CPM, 738.2   Times Normal, San Jose, CA 51 nSv/Hr
3,578 CPM, 715.6   Times Normal, San Francisco, CA.  
3,536 CPM, 707.2   Times Normal, Nashville, TN.  
3,268 CPM, 653.6   Times Normal, Tampa, FL. 38 nSv/Hr
3,111 CPM, 622.2   Times Normal, Anchorage, AK. MIA 55nSv/Hr
2,821 CPM, 564.2   Times Normal, Sacramento, CA.  
2,548 CPM, 509.6   Times Normal, Washington, DC. 45 nSv/Hr
2,202 CPM, 440.4   Times Normal, Fairbanks, AK. 49 nSv/Hr                    
Count: 99 Cities
Changes: RadNet, a Directorate of the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) added a radiation measurement capability to the list recently.  Twenty-four (24) cities are now reporting radiation levels in Sieverts and CPM. Same Radiation, different measurements. The Sievert is widely used in other countries. Sievert(Sv), unit of radiation absorption in the International System of Units (SI). The sievert takes into account the relative biological effectiveness (RBE) of ionizing radiation, since each form of such radiation- e.g., X-rays, gamma rays, neutrons- has a slightly different effect on living tissue. In a short time a dose of 1 Sv causes acute radiation sickness, and a dose of 10 Sv is fatal.” Short and to the point, the Sievert measurement is meant to inform all residents of imminent danger.

YRTW SOL will always report Sieverts when available in the future in the States. In addition, Japan and the European Union report radiation measurements in Sieverts. You are encouraged to compare Sievert measurements with the rest of the world. The United States is a very radioactive country. Rad sources are always nuclear reactors and nuke weapons. The Counts per Minute (CPM) reporting continues.

Tokyo: 57 Rad nanoSieverts per Hour
New York City: 80 Rad nanoSieverts per Hour
San Diego: 107 Rad nanoSieverts per Hour

The measurements are made in the widely accepted nanoSieverts per Hour, abbreviated world wide as nSv/Hour, or nSv/Hr. These numbers finally give normal people a way to compare like with like in the ever more dangerously radioactive world. Now you can easily compare New York City and Tokyo.

Eight absorbed Sieverts per hour and you are probably a dead duck. Ten absorbed Sieverts and you are quite dead; you are history, a Goner. Got it? Oh yeah, remember that the Rad you got yesterday, the day before and last year is cumulative. It all counts.

ALERT: The Readings are in CPM, NOT Sieverts They are very different. It’s a matter of maiming, life and death; the usual stuff in the world of Rad; the only question is “What’s the magic cumulative number that kills or disables you.” Listed in Counts-Per-Minute, a count is one radioactive decay registered by the instrument. CPM is also used by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency,) to measure ionizing, deadly radiation. All reporting cities are above normal. The reporting Radioactive Cities are a few of the radioactive cities in the States. For 2017 YRTW SOL will list some America’s cities Total Gamma Radiation. Take all necessary precautions.

Radiation knocks out your immunities: Everywhere we look- worldwide- old and new diseases are on the march. In its most basic kill attribute Ionizing radiation is an all out attack on our immune systems. As the immunities of the whole planet are taken down a notch, new and old diseases come roaring to life. Oddly, it is not that the diseases are anything especially new or unusual. It is the immunities of the human, animal and plant hosts that are destroyed and the diseases rush in to feed on the newly unprotected food sources. The human, plant and animal hosts are altered, degraded by the Rad; not the diseases. Not yet. That means we are already mutated by the Rad; forever changed for the worse. That’s why all the weird old diseases are cropping up again in the world. It is very likely that the new and old or mutated diseases will last much longer that the newly susceptible hosts – including all of us. Here’s the big picture from Eco-Health Alliance on killer viruses.

"Have a wonderful radioactive weekend and remember to Dodge the Rads,
it’s dangerous out there."
Notes and Sources:
1. The Radiation charts and graphs of the EPA at Individual queries can be built at the EPA RadNet Query Builder. Don’t skip the “2” in www2.
2. The EPA based reporting of an LLC.
3. These station’s Radiation equals combined Beta and Gamma Radiation. Note: Not all locations report Beta Radiation. Gamma Radiation Monitors are reporting publicly at all these locations.
4. Reference: Digilert 100 Flyer pdf, “Normal background is 5-20 CPM.”  Copyright @ 2015 Keison International Ltd – All Rights Reserved.-
5. CPM. “Although we can’t see it, taste it, smell it or hear it we can measure radiation and observe its effects. One way to measure radiation which the United States Environmental Protection Agency [EPA] has chosen to use on its radiation websites is in Counts Per Minute. Each Count is One Radioactive Decay.” Quote from the ‘Your Radiation, This Week.’” Apr 3, 2015. 
6. Radiation destruction of chitin, IAEA, by Ershov, B.G.; Sukhov, N.L.; Nud’ga, L.A.; Baklagina, Yu.G.; Kozhevnikova, L.G.; Petropavlovskii, G.A. (Institute of Physical Chemistry, Moscow (Russian Federation) -
7. “Plutonium Air” by Dr Paolo Scampa, AIPRI Blog, Aug 19, 2016,
8. “Radioactive Fertilizer,” AIPRI by Dr Paolo Scampa, September 23, 2016, AIPRI: Les engrais radioactifs,
EPA Proposal Allows Radiation Exposure in Drinking Water Equivalent to 250 Chest X-Rays a Year
10. “Forty-five (45) years later, the Nuclear States officially raise the amounts of “permitted radiation levels” by hundreds and sometimes thousands of times to maintain the utter and absolute dominance of the Nuclear State over everything, everywhere, for all time. No tolerance given.” [10] “In the never ending war between the suits (politicians) and the physicists, the suits win yet again; by changing the rules. It takes more than logic to fight these animals and win.”
11. US Gov: Walk Slow  May 24, 2013
12. “Baghdad” by Dr. Paolo Scampa, AIPRI, Saturday 12 November 2016 
13. “News Release, New Aerial Survey Identifies More Than 100 Million Dead Trees in California,” USDA Office of Communications, “This brings the total number of dead trees since 2010 to over 102 million,”
14. Caribou herd in Alaska suffering from mysterious decline, November 30, 2016, Noel Kirkpatrick, MNN Mother Nature Network, “The Central Arctic caribou herd in Alaska is experiencing a “steep decline” in its population, and scientists are researching the reasons why.”
15. “Facing a Dying Nation,” a line from the 1979 Tribal Rock Musical HAIR. A scene with “Facing a Dying Nation” starring Treat Williams from the movie is here: The character Pfc. Berger is KIA in Vietnam in 1968.
16. It is Eugen Wigner’s name as a Verb. It’s about all things Wignerized. 
See Notes on Your Radiation This Week No. 69 and 70
17. Right off the bat, the CPM High dropped by 347 Points to 1,610 CPM in Tulsa, Oklahoma from 1,957 CPM in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The “Holiday Season” with thousands of schools and businesses closed for the season is typically when high cost electricity sources like nuke reactors take a break, shut down and reload the nuke Beasts.

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