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Good Day! This is “Your Radiation This Week ” for the Radiation High readings for the year 2010. These are the recorded Total Gamma Radiation and Beta Radiation Highs that affected people around the States.
YRTW ELE is published every two weeks on Saturday. ELE is an acronym for “Extinction Level Event.” The amount of Rad in the air now Dooms Humanity to a relatively quick Extinction. I can’t say it any plainer than that. The next publication dates are July 1 and July 15, 2017.
Nothing changes if Nothing changes…Ralph Waldo Emerson said this:
“…most men have bound their eyes with one or another handkerchief, and attached themselves to some one of these communities of opinion. This conformity makes them not false in a few particulars, authors of a few lies, but false in all particulars. Their every truth is not quite true. Their two is not the real two, their four not the real four; so that every word they say chagrins us, and we know not where to begin to set them right”: Ralph Waldo Emerson – Self Reliance – 1841 –
That was 176 years ago… Plutarch said much the same thing in Roman times… Why on earth anyone should expect a noble change from apes with a 3 lb brain defies comprehension.And now these morons have gone and killed us all.
(YRTW) – The 2.1 Billion Rad Reading High recorded in 2006 was an unexpected High level of radiation to just be “out and about.” Here is a Summary of the X Series articles Sorted by Year.
As far as I know this information has never been published before to an Unclassified general circulation audience.
High Gamma Count in 2006: Washington, D.C. 16,343 CPM
High Beta Count in 2006: Washington, D.C.: 2,147,483,647 CPM [Note: That is 2.1 Billion, with a “B” as in Billion]
High Gamma Count in 2007: New York City 132.662 CPM
High Beta Count in 2007: Atlanta, Georgia 4,834,855 CPM
High Gamma Count in 2008: 506,026 CPM in New York City.
High Beta Count in 2008: 4,601,174 CPM in Nashville, Tennessee.
High Gamma Count in 2009: Pittsburgh – 75,931 CPM
High Beta Count in 2009: Chicago – 2,478,556 CPM
If you have a friend or loved one who passed from suspected Rad poisoning, mystery illness or heart attack/stroke that is just life in the Empire of the USA
It’s time to move on. All I can say about the Rad of the past is that the Rad Lethality gets worse the longer the Rad has time to “cook”. This Property of Rad cannot be changed. All of life on Earth is radioactive by now and it only took about 70 years.
The possible number of readings in 2010 was 8,760. [24X365 = 8,760 Hourly Readings possible.] Many of the EPA Rad monitoring stations at the time recorded a high fraction, 90% Plus, of the hourly readings during 2010.
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Table of Poisoned American Cities
Total Gamma and Beta Radiation
Per Hour High for 2010 CPM * City
GAMMA CPM CITY ST. BETA CPM 17,153 CPM, Louisville, KY. 994 CPM 15,224 CPM, Little Rock, AR. 393 CPM 14,905 CPM, San Bernardino, CA. 990 CPM 14,370 CPM, Billings, MT. 974 CPM 14,256 CPM, Phoenix, AZ. 778 CPM 14,170 CPM, Augusta, GA. 2,834 CPM 13,300 CPM, Mason City, IA. 527 CPM 13,086 CPM, Portland, OR. CPM 12,399 CPM, Houston, TX. 316 CPM 11,697 CPM, Navajo Lake, NM. 248 CPM 11,479 CPM, ColoradoSprngs, CO. 996 CPM 10,968 CPM, Tulsa, OK. 957 CPM 10,750 CPM, Lockport, NY. 216 CPM 10,711 CPM, Madison, WI. 289 CPM 10,625 CPM, Fresno, CA. 997 CPM 10,518 CPM, Raleigh, NC. CPM 10,477 CPM, Columbus, OH. 980 CPM 10,374 CPM, Denver, CO. 649 CPM 10,253 CPM, Dallas, TX. 325 CPM 10,007 CPM, Pierre, SD. 896 CPM 9,949 CPM, Carlsbad, NM. 326 CPM 9,688 CPM, Pittsburgh, PA. 929 CPM 9,679 CPM, Spokane, WA. 841 CPM 9,601 CPM, Bismarck, ND. 639 CPM 9,592 CPM, Idaho Falls, ID. 363 CPM 9,579 CPM, Lubbock, TX. 995 CPM 9,563 CPM, Bakersfield, CA. 959 CPM 9,530 CPM, Cinncinnati, OH. 78 CPM 9,506 CPM, Detroit, MI. CPM 9,471 CPM, Duluth, MN. 222 CPM 9,450 CPM, Indianapolis, IN. 648 CPM 9,300 CPM, Kansas City, KS. CPM 9,078 CPM, Knoxville, TN. 951 CPM 9,078 CPM, Albuquerque NM. 409 CPM 9,043 CPM, Amarillo, TX. 578 CPM 9,014 CPM, Ft Worth, TX. 551 CPM 8,993 CPM, Providence, RI. 839 CPM 8,851 CPM, El Paso, TX 986 CPM 8,851 CPM, Omaha, NE. 967 CPM 8,736 CPM, Tucson, AZ. 517 CPM 8,731 CPM, Virgina Beach, VA. 989 CPM 8,656 CPM, Edison, NJ. 132 CPM 8,655 CPM, San Diego, CA. 999 CPM 8,567 CPM, Richmond, VA. 999 CPM 8,507 CPM, Atlanta, GA. 837 CPM 8,459 CPM, Hartford, CT. 188 CPM 8,408 CPM, Cleveland, OH. 381 CPM 8,195 CPM, Rochester, NY. CPM 8,175 CPM, Shreveport, LA. 960 CPM 8,173 CPM, Anaheim, CA. 275 CPM 8,108 CPM, Tallahassee, FL. 372 CPM 8,008 CPM, Harrisonburg, VA. 971 CPM 7,949 CPM, Grand Junction, CO. 913 CPM 7,876 CPM, Memphis, TN. 361 CPM 7,771 CPM, Aurora, IL. 965 CPM 7,740 CPM, Lincoln, NE 327 CPM 7,714 CPM, St. Paul, MN. 340 CPM. 7,666 CPM, Baton Rouge, LA, 498 CPM 7,596 CPM, New York City, NY. 981 CPM 7,582 CPM, Las Vegas, NV. 1,000 CPM 7,562 CPM, Miami, FL. 984 CPM 7,550 CPM, Oklahoma City, OK. 2,992 CPM 7,506 CPM, Des Moines, IA. 874 CPM 7,425 CPM, Charlotte, NC. 971 CPM 7,388 CPM, Grand Rapids, MI. 278 CPM 7,332 CPM, Reno, NV. 461 CPM 7,132 CPM, Dover, DE. 529 CPM 7,043 CPM, Birmingham, AL. 1,000 CPM 6,933 CPM, Charleston, WV. 396 CPM 6,822 CPM, Chicago, IL, 10 CPM 6,766 CPM, Concord, NH. 163 CPM 6,734 CPM, Wichita, KS. 685 CPM 6,612 CPM, Syracuse, NY. 563 CPM 6,603 CPM. Albany, NY NY. 446 CPM 6,578 CPM, Riverside, CA. 705 CPM 6,571 CPM, Toledo, OH. 652 CPM 6,483 CPM, Lexington, KY. 998 CPM 6,365 CPM, Nashville, TN. 920 CPM 6,332 CPM, San Antonio, TX, 788 CPM 6,304 CPM, Richland, WA. 841 CPM 6,287 CPM, Philadelphia, PA. 131 CPM 6,056 CPM, Kearney, NE. 994 CPM 5,933 CPM, Washington, DC. 129 CPM 5,706 CPM, Tampa, FL. 992 CPM 5,403 CPM, San Francisco CA. 992 CPM 5,334 CPM, Yuma, AZ. 179 CPM 5,324 CPM, St. Louis, MO. 698 CPM 5,249 CPM, Orlando, FL. 987 CPM 5,201 CPM, Jefferson City, MO. 969 CPM 5,101 CPM, Wilmington, NC. 120 CPM 4,965 CPM, Ft. Smith, AR. 637 CPM 4,891 CPM, San Jose, CA. 957 CPM 4,828 CPM, Los Angeles, CA. 946 CPM 4,764 CPM, Yaphank, NY. 68 CPM 4,640 CPM, Jacksonville, FL. 846 CPM 4,536 CPM, Sacramento, CA. 498 CPM 4,536 CPM, Eureka, CA. 173 CPM 3,416 CPM, Corvallis, OR. 590 CPM
South Korea Ditches Nuclear and Coal
South Korea’s new President Moon Jae-in courageously stepped forward to actually do what he said he would. President Jae-in set the government on many paths to kill the nuclear reactors.
President Jae-in knows that Money, not radioactive Isotopes, is the life blood of the giant hulking spewing Rad nuclear reactors. Bills were introduced by the government to end tax money payments to reactor companies.
Meanwhile in the States, the new Prez is said to favor coal and nuker Juice over Green electricity.
Have a wonderful radioactive weekend and remember to Dodge the Rads, it’s dangerous out there.
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Sources and Notes
- The Radiation charts and graphs of the EPA. Individual queries can be built at the EPA RadNet Query Builder.
- The EPA based reporting of NETC, an LLC.
- These stations’ Radiation equals Total Gamma Radiation. Gamma Radiation Monitors are reporting publicly at all these locations.
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 or CPM. Each Count is One Radioactive Decay.” Quote from the ‘Your Radiation This Week’ Apr 3, 2015.
- “South Korea plans energy U-turn away from coal, nuclear,” By Jane Chung | SEOUL, https://www.reuters.com/article/us-southkorea-politics-energy-idUSKBN18V0EH
Bob Nichols is a Project Censored Award winner, a former correspondent for the San Francisco Bay View newspaper and a frequent contributor to various online publications.
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