MILLION A WEEK CLUB – YRTW 22 – Plus More Cities

Facing a Dying Nation

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Hint: The Rad rides the Wind.
Hint: The Rad rides the Wind.

Are you in a city that gets a Million Counts of Radiation a Week? First, how on earth are you going to find out? Folks, that is a secret, isn’t it? Radiation?

This is a Bad situation for all exposed to the Rad. Now included, for the 22nd Week of 2018 just passed, all cities above 22 Million CPM [27] Year to Date [YTD] of deadly Gamma Radiation.

Gamma “Rays” unpublished radioactive kin are a disastrous freebie from the PTB [Powers that Be.] A Count is One Radioactive Decay.

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Tables of Poisoned American Cities
Million a Week and Total Gamma Radiation Reported in the USA – Week 22
January 1 to June 9, 2018
Published June 16, 2018
Gamma and Beta CPM by City and State in the US

+ More Cities Above MaxNormalSafeLevel

Million a Week

Million Rads a Week Cities.
Million Rads a Week Cities.
2018 GAMMA READING AS OF 6/9/2018 3,840 HOURS2014 GAMMA READING AS OF 6/9/2014 3,840 HOURS2018 YTD BETA CPMCITYST.2010 Census Target Population
36,908,46833,546,371WithheldColorado Springs,CO.645,613
32,822,50635,568,886WithheldRaleigh,NC.1,130,490
32,463,74533,394,117WithheldLittle Rock,AR.699,757
31,623,96226,853,414WithheldPortland,ME.514,098
30,503,27528,583,468WithheldNavajo Lake,NM.Transient
28,417,38927,302,948WithheldSpokane,WA.527,753
27,246,44515,320,153WithheldRiverside,CA.4,224,851
27,187,86914,555,126WithheldSt. George,UT.138,115
26,677,07323,724,432WithheldFresno,CA.930,450
26,593,51526,339,241WithheldWorcester,MA.916,980
26,190,37229,909,998WithheldSan Diego,CA.3,095,313
25,685,38421,300,023WithheldAtlanta,GA.5,286,728
25,525,36022,235,591WithheldBoston,MA.4,552,402
24,684,18823,128,238WithheldLos Angeles,CA.12,828,837
24,541,52521,766,772WithheldDenver,CO.2,543,482
24,432,34225,083,145WithheldIdaho Falls,ID.133,265
24,357,14023,011,720WithheldPhoenix,AZ.4,192,887
24,224,83322,441,249WithheldTucson,AZ.980,263
23,544,95122,270,045WithheldSan Bernardino,CA.4,224,851
23,096,45921,076,204WithheldCasper,WY.75,450
22,654,191NAWithheldYuma,AZ.195,751
22,592,74223,865,147WithheldGrand Junction,CO.146,723
22,347,50319,726,540WithheldConcord,NH.146,445
21,835,77117,143,650WithheldEl Paso,TX.622,263
21,708,73019,727,305WithheldHartford,CT.1,212,381
21,582,341NAWithheldBakersfield,CA.839,631
21,489,93418,538,411WithheldOklahoma City,OK.1,252,987
20,979,21718,145,909WithheldProvidence,RI.1,600,852
20,743,27018,221,470WithheldLaredo,TX.250,304
20,182,75019,451,343WithheldReno,NV.64,511
20,063,15017,330,703WithheldKansas City,KS.2,009,342
20,061,41421,716,960WithheldAnaheim,CA.3,010,232
20,010,31919,216,502WithheldPierre,SD.21,361
19,739,70417,803,665WithheldBoise,ID.616,561
19,616,23035,878,165WithheldBillings,MT.158,934
19,503,98117,173,830WithheldMason City,IA.51,749
19,131,49422,107,481WithheldAlbuquerque,NM.887,077
19,029,56617,832,807WithheldLouisville,KY1,235,708
18,892,86715,044,216WithheldNew York City,NY.8,175,133
18,770,29715,817,557WithheldCleveland,OH.2,077,240
18,613,165NAWithheldCorpus Christi,TX.428,185
18,436,77516,416,081WithheldPittsburgh,PA.2,356,285
18,397,88115,134,757WithheldFt. Smith,AR.280,467
18,397,44516,397,448WithheldLincoln,NE.36,288
18,370,18117,659,409WithheldKearney,NE.52,591
18,314,70316,112,003WithheldShreveport,LA.439,811
18,209,74915,757,652WithheldWichita,KS.630,919
18,062,19514,185,755WithheldBismarck,ND.114,778
17,841,26818,688,356WithheldCharleston,WV.309,635
17,795,78517,878,998WithheldChampaign,IL.231,891
17,580,25418,786,387WithheldVirginia Beach,VA.1,676,822
17,519,61723,014,075WithheldAugusta,GA.564,873
17,490,29019,065,154WithheldRichland,WA.253,340
17,347,73017,652,638WithheldSalt Lake City,UT.1,087,873
17,281,57015,640,030WithheldLexington,KY472,099
17,238,85218,980,309WithheldRapid City,SD.134,598
17,023,84415,128,413WithheldTulsa,OK.937,478
16,990,39115,989,558WithheldOmaha,NE.865,350
16,897,87017,344,276WithheldMemphis,TN.1,324,829
16,888,66017,625,907WithheldHarrisonburg,VA.125,228
16,792,32715,195,910WithheldAmarillo,TX.251,933
16,772,03920,154,745WithheldTallahasee,FL.367413
16,025,829NAWithheldMobile,AL.412,992
15,958,48113,425,615WithheldLockport,NY.21,165
15,634,99816,238,847WithheldFt. Worth,TX.6,426,214
15,571,25613,771,629WithheldCarlsbad,NM.53,829
15,306,14614,189,415WithheldDetroit,MI.4,296,250
15,254,48115,207,060WithheldRichmond,VA.1,208,101
14,838,09813,486,407WithheldMadison,WI.605,435
14,629,17212,418,558WithheldAurora,IL.201,110
14,524,32212,997,879WithheldDes Moines,IA.40,325
14,449,19515,111,727WithheldPhiladelphia,PA.5,965,343
14,439,99815,058,617WithheldKnoxville,TN.837,571
14,344,84015,529,668WithheldBirmingham,AL.1,128,047
13,773,36512,211,592WithheldSt. Paul,MN.3,348,859
13,670,60413,430,028WithheldEureka,CA.134,623
13,592,49015,390,530WithheldMontgomery,AL.374,536
13,320,89914,325,757WithheldChicago,IL.9,461,105
13,171,53015,477,538WithheldSan Jose,CA.1,836,911
12,985,96012,240,572WithheldIndianapolis,IN.1,887,877
12,890,20412,723,733WithheldHouston,TX.5,920,416
12,446,29815,173,815WithheldSan Francisco,CA.4,335,391
12,349,88111,790,597WithheldSt. Louis,MO.2,787,701
12,315,37713,317,211WithheldBurlington,VT.211,261
12,135,70013,005,682WithheldBaton Rouge,LA.802,484
11,905,2639,651,193WithheldYaphank,NY.5,945
11,848,30926,202,977WithheldMiami,FL.2,356,285
11,485,30212,487,553WithheldDallas,TX.6,426,214
11,177,91610,109,885WithheldNashville,TN.1,670,890
10,844,58017,846,279WithheldRochester,NY.1,079,671
10,724,488NAWithheldPaducah,KY.98,762
10,208,8268,919,216WithheldDuluth,MN.279,771
8,483,71811,154,919WithheldSan Antonio,TX.2,142,508
8,414,9438,559,388WithheldTampa,FL.2,783,243
7,457,45014,864,083WithheldWashington,D.C.6,097,684
6,875,0557,455,088WithheldFairbanks,AK.97,581
6,109,2035,710,909WithheldAnchorage,AK.380,821
4,602,7404,602,740MaxNormalSafeLevelUS
Not a Million a Week; but still Very Bad.
Not a Million a Week; but still Very Bad.

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Executive Summary

Targeted Population of US nuclear Power plants is 160,876,377 people by the official 2010 US Census with a measured 1,789,691,780 cpm YTD in 2018.

Once emitted from the nuclear power plant, the Rad travels with the wind.

Much of it goes around the world and is detected on the West Coast of the United States.

Nuke Power Plants add to the deadly radiation every minute of every day. There are 525,600 minutes in 2018.

The Rad measured YTD in 2014 was 1,659,047,370 cpm. The increase in the Rad from 2014 to 2018 YTD was 7.875%.

SHOWSTOPPER

Today’s 160-day or 3,840-hour report for January 1, 2018 to June 9, 2018, is another case of Bad news from your radWeather Report. 43.84% of 2018 is gone.

I won’t try to kid you with good news lies and made up “fake facts.” Bottom-line, this is way too much radiation for humans to take.

I despise the people-like animals responsible for this world wide calamity. I will continue the report as long as I am able.


Continue to read and share as long as you are able. Tell your smart friends; the others, not so much.

Denial is very strong in Americans; expect it often. Don’t let it get you down; there are millions of folks who know the score on the Rad. Persevere.

I will measure and characterize our shared demise to the best of my ability. BookMark this page and Sign up for Emails on my Websites; I’ll keep you advised.

Within minutes or hours of publishing this

Within minutes or hours of publishing this list of cities over 22  Million Counts of Radiation per minute YTD, five more cities will Zoom past 22 Million Counts of deadly Gamma Radiation since January 1, 2018.

Their killer attack on your body’s trillions of cells never ceases. It did not used to be that way y’know – back in the day.

Killer cell assassins, like Plutonium 239, and its brothers were never around. That will be 29 cities above 22 Million Rad Counts so far this year.

Max Normal Safe Level

The United States is a very radioactive country. No monitored cities are below the MaxNormalSafeLevel; all monitored cities are above safe level.

Records of Total Gamma Radiation are easily accessible with a computer and a fast Internet connection at RadNet, a directorate of the EPA. [1]

RadNet simply presents the data. It is up to you to decide how much radiation is too much and what to do about it.

Use a fast InterNet connection or run the look-ups as a background task. Either way, you get the data yourself.

Good luck on your efforts. As they say, “It’s complicated.”

Conclusion. The amount of Rad in the air now Dooms Humanity to a relatively quick Extinction.

Have a wonderful radioactive weekend and remember to Dodge the Rads, it’s dangerous out there.

Resources*

Follow Bob on YouTube channel, Nichols on NuclearTwitter, and visit his web site YourRadiationThisWeek.org

Colorado Springs, CO. Radiation History 2006 – 2017

2018 Annualized Rate of Increasing Gamma Rad: 84,170,846 CPM, a Rate of Increase of 12.96% over 2017.

2017 Recorded Rad CPM: 74,512,349 CPM Total Gamma Count,
2016 Recorded Rad CPM: 75,113,024 CPM Total Gamma Count
2015 Recorded Rad CPM: 66,666,098 CPM Total Gamma Count
2014 Recorded Rad CPM: 57,299,278 CPM Total Gamma Count
2013 Recorded Rad CPM: Zero, Radiation Count Data Not Available to the Public.
2012 Recorded Rad CPM: 39,778,633 CPM Total Gamma Count
2011 Recorded Rad CPM: 29,656,414 CPM Total Gamma Count
2010 Recorded Rad CPM: 56,793,326 CPM Total Gamma Count
2009 Recorded Rad CPM: 30,052,472 CPM Total Gamma Count
2008 Recorded Rad CPM:   3,619,097 CPM Total Gamma Count,
2007 Rad CPM: Zero, Radiation Count Data Not Available to the Public.
2006 Rad CPM: Zero, Radiation Count Data Not Available to the Public.

Other Resources: Eco Health Alliance interactive map of killer viruses

Copyright by Bob Nichols © 2018: Reproduce and distribute. Write Bob Nichols at [email protected]


Sources, Notes and Recommended Readings

1. The Radiation charts and graphs of the EPA. Individual queries can be built at the EPA RadNet Query Builder
2. The EPA based reporting of NETC dot com, an LLC.
3. 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
4. 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)
5. “Plutonium Air” by Dr Paolo Scampa, AIPRI Blog, Aug 19, 2016
6. “Radioactive Fertilizer,” AIPRI by Dr Paolo Scampa, September 23, 2016, AIPRI: Les engrais radioactifs,
7. “Texas has highest maternal mortality rate in developed world, study finds,” By ABBY GOODNOUGH OCT. 19, 2016,
8. EPA Proposal Allows Radiation Exposure in Drinking Water Equivalent to 250 Chest X-Rays a Year
“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.”
9. “Baghdad” by Dr. Paolo Scampa, AIPRI, Saturday 12 November 2016
10. “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,”
11. 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 () .”
12. “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.
13. 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
14. sie·vert, ˈsēvərt/, noun Physics, noun: sievert; plural noun: sieverts; symbol: Sv, the SI unit of dose equivalent (the biological effect of ionizing radiation), equal to an effective dose of a joule of energy per kilogram of recipient mass. Google: Sievert
15. Eco Health Alliance interactive map of killer viruses – map
16. “In [a] first, government and Tepco found liable for Fukushima disaster,” by Daisuke Kikuchi, “Maebashi, Gunma Pref. In first, government and Tepco found liable for Fukushima disaster,”
17. Uranium Stocks, “Westinghouse Files for Bankruptcy, in Blow to Nuclear Power,” Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at 10:04PM, “Westinghouse Electric Company, which helped drive the development of nuclear energy and the electric grid itself, filed for bankruptcy protection on Wednesday, casting a shadow over the global nuclear industry.
18. Black Star shows tracks of Alpha particles in an Apes lung much like yours. Plutonium particle in lung tissue: “The black star in the middle of this picture shows the tracks made by alpha rays emitted from a particle of plutonium-239 in the lung tissue of an ape. The alpha rays do not travel very far, but once inside the body, they can penetrate more than 10,000 cells within their range. This set of alpha tracks (magnified 500 times) occurred over a 48-hour period” (Robert Del Tredici, At Work in the Fields of the Bomb [1987], plate 39). 19
19. “De la guerre nucléaire” Maurice, E. ANDRE, nuclear officer (NBCR or nuclear, biological, chemical and radiological exclusive function) Captain Commander, retired. Addendum by Dr. Paolo Scampa.
20. University of Arkansas disposes of wastewater
21. Banner picture by the NY Times. Fire
22. Total Gamma Radiation – Year to Date 2017.7 November 18, 2017, VeteransToday. Here.
23. 30 year old radioactive dead tree at Chernobyl. Very dead. Very radioactive, like millions of others there and around the world. https://outoftheboxscience.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Chernobyl-Dead-Trees-Photo-By-Beatrice-Lundborg
24. Amusing Planet, VIP observers watching the spectacle during Operation Greenhouse at Enewetak Atoll, 1951. http://www.amusingplanet.com/2008/07/how-to-watch-nuclear-explosion.html 
25.  Al Gore Lied, The United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) lowers the Boom on Al Gore’s Big Lie that the humble, beneficial gas – CO2 – causes global warming https://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/06/28/al-gore-lied/
26. Did you ever think how much Rad U235 or Rad Plutonium 239 is vaporized in a detonation of a nuclear weapon? Bob Nichols, June 11, 2017. Very little, actually.   https://yourradiationthisweek.org/2017/06/11/did-you-ever-think-how-much-rad-u235-or-rad-plutonium-239-is-vaporized-in-a-detonation-of-a-nuclear-weapon/
27. CPM or Counts per Minute is the radiation measuring system used by RadNet, a directorate of the EPA.
28. See the Wind flow! “This map shows you the delicate tracery of wind flowing over the US.” FERNANDA VIÉGAS MARTIN WATTENBERG, See the moving map showing the wind. http://hint.fm/wind/

1 COMMENT

  1. The wind map brings to mind an idea from T. Boone Pickens, a fellow who knows a thing or two about energy. Mr. Pickens suggested that we as a nation could generate enough energy from the midwest wind belt to power the nation and provide motive energy from our (now questionably) abundant natural gas reserves. We can readily extrapolate from his remarks the thesis that nuclear power plants are not necessary now and never have been necessary. We have always had the solution to energy sourcing right in front of us. Even a low tech transmission using compressed air was possible decades ago. (Imagine what all that sweet prairie air could do for Manhattan.) Unfortunately good solutions, for may problems, fell by the wayside during the great 70 year anti-communist jihad. Gotta have that fissionable material!

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