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Your Radiation This Week No 81 and 82

Nuclear War Continues Relentlessly - 59 Cities are Reporting Radiation Above 1,000 CPM - Take all necessary precautions

NOTICE

I have determined that it is necessary for
Public Health and because the many nuclear
reactors are Venting radioactive gases and Steam
at nights and on weekends that all residents
must stay inside at nights and on weekends.
Especially hard hit are the cities listed as
above 1000 CPM by the EPA (Environmental
Protection Agency.) See YRTW for a recent
list of Contaminated Cities.

(San Francisco) November 19, 2016 – Good Day, this is “Your Radiation This Week” for the past 2 weeks. These are the Recorded Beta and Gamma Combined Radiation Highs that affected people around the United States. YRTW  is published every two weeks on Saturday. The next publication dates are December 3 and December 17, 2016.

Radiation CPM * City State

See New Video:  All Reactors Leak All Of The Time

Listed in Counts per Minute by EPA, a Count is one Radioactive Decay Registered by the Instrument. The Top Reporting Radioactive Cities

Drought and Rad Devastate Millions of Trees

Drought and Rad Devastate Millions of Trees – KQED

are listed. The highest radiation reporting city is listed first, the least radioactive city reporting is listed last.

Still, all reporting cities are above normal. These are a portion of the American cities that exceeded 1,000 CPM these past 2 weeks. 59 Cities are Reporting Radiation Above 1,000 CPM. Take all necessary precautions.

Rad Cities in CPM Order

Normal Radiation is 5 to 20 CPM [4]

1,996 CPM, 399.2 Times Normal, Bakersfield, CA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,794 CPM, 358.8 Times Normal, Louisville, KY. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,786 CPM, 357.2 Times Normal, Bismark, ND. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,722 CPM, 344.4 Times Normal, Colorado Sprgs, CO Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,699 CPM, 339.8 Times Normal, Tulsa, OK. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,656 CPM, 331.2 Times Normal, Raleigh, NC. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,618 CPM, 323.6 Times Normal, Fresno, CA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,608 CPM, 321.6 Times Normal, Champaign, IL. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,567 CPM, 313.4 Times Normal, Billings, MT. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,537 CPM, 307.4 Times Normal, Pierre, SD. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,513 CPM, 302.6 Times Normal, Denver, CO. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,492 CPM, 298.4 Times Normal, Idaho Falls, ID. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,427 CPM, 285.4 Times Normal, Augusta, GA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,409 CPM, 281.8 Times Normal, Navajo Lake, NM. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,404 CPM, 280.8 Times Normal, Pittsburgh, PA, Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,374 CPM, 274.8 Times Normal, San Diego, CA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,373 CPM, 274.6 Times Normal, Casper WY. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,342 CPM, 268.4 Times Normal, Kearney, NE. MIA 7 Yr Record Yes
1,342 CPM, 268.4 Times Normal, Little Rock, AR. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,331 CPM, 266.2 Times Normal, Grand Junction, CO. Beta, Gamma.  
1,329 CPM, 265.8 Times Normal, Knoxville, TN. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,323 CPM, 264.6 Times Normal, Harrisonburg, VA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,311 CPM, 262.2 Times Normal, Portland, ME. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,302 CPM, 260.4 Times Normal, El Paso, TX. Beta, Gamma.  
1,295 CPM, 259 Times Normal, Spokane, WA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,260 CPM, 252 Times Normal, Dodge City, KS. Beta, Gamma.  
1,228 CPM, 245.6 Times Normal, Lexington, KY. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,212 CPM, 242.4 Times Normal, Phoenix, AZ Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,204 CPM, 240.8 Times Normal, Los Angeles, CA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,202 CPM, 240.4 Times Normal, Indianopolis, IN. Beta, Gamma.  
1,200 CPM, 240 Times Normal, Mason City, IA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,199 CPM, 239.8 Times Normal, Memphis, TN. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,188 CPM, 237.6 Times Normal, Salt Lake City, UT. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,177 CPM, 235.4 Times Normal, New York City, NY. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,171 CPM, 234.2 Times Normal, Ft Smith, AR. Beta, Gamma.  
1,171 CPM, 234.2 Times Normal, Hartford, CT. Beta, Gamma.  
1,167 CPM, 233.4 Times Normal, Yuma, AZ. MIA Recent High Yes
1,164 CPM, 232.8 Times Normal, Paducah, KY. Beta, Gamma.  
1,164 CPM, 232.8 Times Normal, Rapid City, SD. Beta, Gamma.
1,143 CPM, 228.6 Times Normal, Kansas City, KS. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,136 CPM, 227.2 Times Normal, Anaheim, CA Beta, Gamma.  
1,124 CPM, 224.8 Times Normal, Dallas, TX. Beta, Gamma.  
1,124 CPM, 224.8 Times Normal, Worcester, MA. Beta, Gamma.  
1,119 CPM, 223.8 Times Normal, Atlanta, GA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,119 CPM, 223.8 Times Normal, Riverside, CA. Beta, Gamma.  
1,110 CPM, 222 Times Normal, Alburqueque, NM. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,091 CPM, 218.2 Times Normal, San Bernardino Cty Beta, Gamma.  
1,078 CPM, 215.6 Times Normal, Laredo, TX. Beta-Gamma Yes
1,076 CPM, 215.2 Times Normal, Tucson, AZ. Beta, Gamma.  
1,071 CPM, 214.2 Times Normal, Boise, ID Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,061 CPM, 212.2 Times Normal, Cleveland, OH Beta, Gamma.  
1,061 CPM, 212.2 Times Normal, Philadelphia, PA. Beta, Gamma.  
1,058 CPM, 211.6 Times Normal, Lubbock TX. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,035 CPM, 207 Times Normal, Oklahoma City, OK Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,022 CPM, 204.4 Times Normal, Birmingham, AL. Beta, Gamma.  
1,019 CPM, 203.8 Times Normal, Wichita, KS Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,017 CPM, 203.4 Times Normal, Ft Worth, Tx. Beta, Gamma.  
1,015 CPM, 203 Times Normal, Lincoln, NE. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,005 CPM, 201 Times Normal, Corpus Christi, TX. Beta, Gamma.

Count – 59 Cities Reporting Radiation Above 1,000 CPM

Rad Cities in Alphabetical Order

1,110 CPM, 222 Times Normal, Alburqueque, NM. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,136 CPM, 227.2 Times Normal, Anaheim, CA Beta, Gamma.  
1,119 CPM, 223.8 Times Normal, Atlanta, GA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,427 CPM, 285.4 Times Normal, Augusta, GA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,996 CPM, 399.2 Times Normal, Bakersfield, CA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,567 CPM, 313.4 Times Normal, Billings, MT. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,022 CPM, 204.4 Times Normal, Birmingham, AL. Beta, Gamma.  
1,786 CPM, 357.2 Times Normal, Bismark, ND. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,071 CPM, 214.2 Times Normal, Boise, ID Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,373 CPM, 274.6 Times Normal, Casper WY. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,608 CPM, 321.6 Times Normal, Champaign, IL. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,061 CPM, 212.2 Times Normal, Cleveland, OH Beta, Gamma.  
1,722 CPM, 344.4 Times Normal, Colorado Sprgs, CO Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,005 CPM, 201 Times Normal, Corpus Christi, TX. Beta, Gamma.  
1,124 CPM, 224.8 Times Normal, Dallas, TX. Beta, Gamma.  
1,513 CPM, 302.6 Times Normal, Denver, CO. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,260 CPM, 252 Times Normal, Dodge City, KS. Beta, Gamma.  
1,302 CPM, 260.4 Times Normal, El Paso, TX. Beta, Gamma.  
1,618 CPM, 323.6 Times Normal, Fresno, CA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,171 CPM, 234.2 Times Normal, Ft Smith, AR. Beta, Gamma.  
1,017 CPM, 203.4 Times Normal, Ft Worth, Tx. Beta, Gamma.  
1,331 CPM, 266.2 Times Normal, Grand Junction, CO. Beta, Gamma.  
1,323 CPM, 264.6 Times Normal, Harrisonburg, VA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,171 CPM, 234.2 Times Normal, Hartford, CT. Beta, Gamma.  
1,492 CPM, 298.4 Times Normal, Idaho Falls, ID. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,202 CPM, 240.4 Times Normal, Indianopolis, IN. Beta, Gamma.  
1,143 CPM, 228.6 Times Normal, Kansas City, KS. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,342 CPM, 268.4 Times Normal, Kearney, NE. MIA 7 Yr Record Yes
1,329 CPM, 265.8 Times Normal, Knoxville, TN. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,078 CPM, 215.6 Times Normal, Laredo, TX. Beta-Gamma Yes
1,228 CPM, 245.6 Times Normal, Lexington, KY. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,015 CPM, 203 Times Normal, Lincoln, NE. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,342 CPM, 268.4 Times Normal, Little Rock, AR. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,204 CPM, 240.8 Times Normal, Los Angeles, CA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,794 CPM, 358.8 Times Normal, Louisville, KY. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,058 CPM, 211.6 Times Normal, Lubbock TX. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,200 CPM, 240 Times Normal, Mason City, IA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,199 CPM, 239.8 Times Normal, Memphis, TN. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,409 CPM, 281.8 Times Normal, Navajo Lake, NM. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,177 CPM, 235.4 Times Normal, New York City, NY. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,035 CPM, 207 Times Normal, Oklahoma City, OK Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,164 CPM, 232.8 Times Normal, Paducah, KY. Beta, Gamma.  
1,061 CPM, 212.2 Times Normal, Philadelphia, PA. Beta, Gamma.  
1,212 CPM, 242.4 Times Normal, Phoenix, AZ Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,537 CPM, 307.4 Times Normal, Pierre, SD. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,404 CPM, 280.8 Times Normal, Pittsburgh, PA, Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,311 CPM, 262.2 Times Normal, Portland, ME. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,656 CPM, 331.2 Times Normal, Raleigh, NC. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,164 CPM, 232.8 Times Normal, Rapid City, SD. Beta, Gamma.
1,119 CPM, 223.8 Times Normal, Riverside, CA. Beta, Gamma.  
1,188 CPM, 237.6 Times Normal, Salt Lake City, UT. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,091 CPM, 218.2 Times Normal, San Bernardino Cty Beta, Gamma.  
1,374 CPM, 274.8 Times Normal, San Diego, CA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,295 CPM, 259 Times Normal, Spokane, WA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,076 CPM, 215.2 Times Normal, Tucson, AZ. Beta, Gamma.  
1,699 CPM, 339.8 Times Normal, Tulsa, OK. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,019 CPM, 203.8 Times Normal, Wichita, KS Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,124 CPM, 224.8 Times Normal, Worcester, MA. Beta, Gamma.  
1,167 CPM, 233.4 Times Normal, Yuma, AZ. MIA Recent High Yes

Normal Radiation is 5 to 20 CPM [4]

Count – 59 Cities Reporting Radiation Above 1,000 CPM

NEW

Were you in Baghdad?

Worse yet, do you live there? War fighters, no matter which side, and residents took in more radiation than imaginable – off the charts, as they say. Baghdad is uninhabitable. By any means necessary, leave Baghdad if you can. The Rads are more than any human can bear.

Here’s famous EU physicist Dr. Paolo Scampa to shed light on how much radiation you were exposed to – 24/7/365.

Translation from the original French by Google.

Source: http://aipri.blogspot.it/2016/11/bagdad.html

Saturday 12 November 2016
Baghdad

From “surgical strikes” to radiotoxic aerosols without borders.

Baghdad city covers 2688 km 2 and has more than 5 million inhabitants. During the second Gulf War the city suffered the bombing of 2453 tons of depleted uranium with nothing but the air campaign and who knows double with land campaign. (Cf Fechino JF., Mission Statement, the United Nations, 2004)   On average the city has undergone only these airstrikes 912.6 kg of DU per km 2 (0.912 g / m 2) and 490.6 grams of DU per capita of which 294.36 gr broadcast respirable aerosol. In the “surgical strikes” 1472 tons of depleted uranium (60% of the inventory) to a local rate of 294.36 grams of fine metal particles respirable per capita there were indeed reduced ubiquitous radioactive aerosols without borders .

For if the strikes are surgical radiological air poisoning ensuing with the irretrievable burning penetrators uranium is global it. One can indeed impunity disperse in 11 days in the air 10 times more alpha radioactive atoms that atmospheric nuclear tests of fission have done in 40 years without, according to the bad winds, generally lead contamination Planetary atmosphere. (1472 tons / 5E6 people = 294.4 gr / inhabitant of Baghdad, 1472 tons / 7E9 people = 210 mg / inhab.

The activity of the reprocessing AU employed in this battle of Baghdad being all co-present radioelements included of 38.98 GBq / t (1.05 Ci / t), the low atmosphere of the city (3 1415 * 30 * 0.3 km 2 km = 848.23 km 3) suffered the medium and optimistic transit volume 1472 tons / 848.23 km 3 = 1,735 t / km 3 is 1,74E-3 gr / m 3 is 67.64 Bq / m 3 (1.83 nCi / m 3).

Local atmospheric contamination during the fighting period.

Distributed homogeneously in a hypothetical transitional volume 8,48E11 m 3 (a cylinder 30 km radius of 0.3 km high), average hourly combustion of 5.58 t 6.57 AU widespread μgr radioactive heavy metal per cubic meter fragmented 7,89E12 invisible fine particles / m 3 with an activity of 0,256 Bq / m 3. Each gram of uranium that “burns” at impact breaks up into about 1.3 billion billion fine particles (1.3E18), which are spreading in large numbers in the planetary atmosphere of which just over 77 billion billion (0.000006%) here have a diameter of between 0.5 and 2.5 micrometers. (513,000 particles between these two dimensions per m 3 of air during the bombing.)

In 24 hours, an adult in the Iraqi capital in such an unhealthy atmosphere inevitably inhaled 145.91 μg of heavy metals. In 11 days of bombing it has absorbed 1.61 mgr (62.57 Bq) fragmented into about 2 million billion fine particles of heavy metals toxic if only that the chemical point of view, more than 120 million which have a probable radioactive critical diameter between 0.5 microns (2,51E7 atoms 3,88E-10 Bq) and 2.5 micron maximum -size that crosses the lung barrier and pass unhindered through the circuit sanguin- (4.41E9 atoms, 6.81E-8 Bq).

Between these two dimensions, these uranium particles and the like are sufficiently active to form hot spots in the cellular tissues alone without even having to wait for coagulation with others. At hot spots, the highly energetic alpha-radioactive emissions that they generate chronically break the DNA of the cells and thereby stimulate the mutant repairs that are the source of cancer. The overdrive of minute hot spots in the organism combined with the infernal longevity of these radiotoxic agents dangerously approaches the probability of a physiological or genetic pathology arising from certainty. And especially since all breathe not only good for others “impoverished” bombing but even the ” tests “.

The uranium weapons are weapons of mass dispersion of poisons inhalable small size that the world battlefield. Arms without radiological truce or spatial and temporal constraint, they are multi-millennial crimes against humanity. Poor Baghdad, poor soldiers, poor people.

********

1 472 t of depleted uranium from the reprocessing sector have a total radioactivity of 57.38 TBq (Bq 5,738E13, 1550.71 Ci), 3.14 times higher than the activity of 238 U and 35 9% within 8 radionuclides α and 64.1% of radionuclides β 3 -.

This mass contains an average of 18.26 TBq U 238 (α, t and 1468.85 3,72E30 atoms), 18.26 TBq of Th234 (β – 21.32 mgr and 5,49E19 atoms), 18.26 TBq of Pa-234 (β – 718.69 ngr and 1,85E15 atoms), 2.03 TBq of U234 (α, 8.83 kg 2,27E25 atoms) 231,88 GBq of U235 (α, 2.90 t and 7,43E27 atoms) 231,88 GBq of Th231 (β – 11.75 μgr and 3,06E16 atoms), 95.18 GBq of U236 (α, 39.74 kg and 1,01E26 atoms), 2 88 MBq Np237 (α, 110.39 mgr and 2,80E20 atoms), 2.88 MBq of Pa233 (α, 3.75 ngr and 9,69E12 atoms), 15.02 MBq of Pu 239 (α, 6, 62 mgr and 1,67E19 atoms), 15.02 MBq of Pu240 (α, 1.73 mgr and 4,35E18 atoms). The inhalation dose corresponding to this composite radioactivity ranged from 10.49 Mv to the lowest dose factors of the ICRP at 168.13 MSv, 16 times higher, depending on the highest dose factors.

This potential radiological toxicity by inhalation that rises to 168.13 MSv more from the ICRP rises by 61.22 to against ESV according to the calculation of proximity which considers this radiotoxicité 364 billion times more harmful than it Appears in official false calculations.

Sources
André ME., Plutonium, lungs and proximity effects, in Research and Development, No. 276, Liege, Belgium, 1978. Also http://users.skynet.be/mauriceandre/ entitled Uranium and Plutonium is not chocolate.

Del Tredici, “Hot” or radioactive particle in lung tissue, in   Burdens of Proof, T. Connor, Energy Research Foundation, USA, 1997. http://www.mindfully.org/Nucs/Hot-Particle-Lung-Tissue1997.htm

Fechino JF., Mission Statement, Consultant diffuse pollution by depleted uranium. Expert to the United Nations, 2004.

Glissmeyer JA, J. Mishima, Characterisation of airborne uranium from test firing of XM774 ammunition, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Richland, Washington 99352, US Army Document PNL-2944, USA, 1979. http://www.mindfully.org/Nucs/ Airborne-Uranium-Glissmeyer1nov79.htm

Glissmeyer JA, J. Mishima, Prototype Firing Range Air Cleaning System, Proceedings of the 18th Airborne DOE Nuclear Waste Management and Air Cleaning, Bamberger JA Conference, Baltimore Maryland 12-16 Aug 1984. Ed-First, Melvin CONF 840806, USA, 1985.   http://www.mindfully.org/Nucs/Firing-Range-Air-Cleaning1mar85.htm

Nato handbook on the medical aspects of NBC defensive operations AMedP 6 (B) Departments of the army, the navy, and the Air Force, Washington, DC, USA, 1996. http://www.fas.org/nuke/guide/usa/doctrine/dod/fm8-9/1ch5.htm

TM Moseley, USAF Lt. General, Operation Iraqi Freedom by the number. Assessment and analysis division, Unclassified. USCENTAF, USA, 2003. http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/report/2003/uscentaf_oif_report_30apr2003.pdf

Rokke D., Major Doug Rokke   (Pilot of the USAF) exposes the very serious dangers of depleted uranium in weapons, Belgium, in 2003.   http://users.skynet.be/mauriceandre/

[End of AIPRI analysis.]

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Notes and Sources

1  The Radiation charts and graphs of the EPA at http://www2.epa.gov/radnet Individual queries can be built at the EPA RadNet Query Builder. Don’t skip the “2” in www2.
2. The EPA based reporting of http://www.NETC.com 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.” http://keison.co.uk/seinternational_digilert100.shtml 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. http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/04/03/your-radiation-this-week/
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)) https://inis.iaea.org/search/searchsinglerecord.aspx?recordsFor=SingleRecord&RN=26023735
7. “Plutonium Air” by Dr Paolo Scampa, AIPRI Blog, Aug 19, 2016, http://aipri.blogspot.it/2016/08/unaria-di-plutonio.html
8. “Radioactive Fertilizer,” AIPRI by Dr Paolo Scampa, September 23, 2016, AIPRI: Les engrais radioactifs,  aipri.blogspot.com/2016/09/les-engrais-radioactifs.html 
9. “Texas has highest maternal mortality rate in developed world, study finds,” By ABBY GOODNOUGH OCT. 19, 2016, https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/aug/20/texas-maternal-mortality-rate-health-clinics-funding
10. EPA Proposal Allows Radiation Exposure in Drinking Water Equivalent to 250 Chest X-Rays a Year
http://www.ecowatch.com/epa-proposal-allows-radiation-exposure-in-drinking-water-equivalent-to-1891167687.html
11. 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.”
[12] US Gov: Walk Slow  May 24, 2013   http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/05/24/us-gov-walk-slow/  

13. “Baghdad” by Dr. Paolo Scampa, AIPRI, Saturday 12 November 2016 http://aipri.blogspot.it/2016/11/bagdad.html

 

 

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