Your Radiation This Week No 67 and 68

Still, all reporting cities are above normal.

 

July 16 to July 30, 2016   Undeclared Nuclear War Continues

(San Francisco) July 30, 2016 – Good Day, this is “Your Radiation This Week” for the 2 week time period July 16, 2016 to July 30, 2016. These are the Top Recorded Radiation Highs that affected people for those 2 weeks around the United States.
Radiation CPM * City State
Zabriskie Point in Death Valley National Park, California

Listed in Counts per Minute, a Count is one Radioactive Decay Registered by the Instrument. The Top Reporting Radioactive Cities 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. 34 Cities are Reporting Radiation Above 1,000 CPM. Take precautions.

Normal Radiation is 5 to 20 CPM [4]

Rad TIMES NORMAL CITY, STATE TYPE OF RAD Corrupted
2,186 CPM, 427.2 Times Normal, Phoenix, AZ. MIA Yes
1,916 CPM, 383.2 Times Normal, Louisville, KT. Beta, Gamma.
1,711 CPM, 342.2 Times Normal, ColoradoSpringsCO Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,645 CPM, 329 Times Normal, San Diego, CA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,591 CPM, 318.2 Times Normal, Portland, ME. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,390 CPM, 278 Times Normal, Little Rock, AR. Beta, Gamma.
1,446 CPM, 289.2 Times Normal, Raleigh, NC. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,431 CPM, 286.2 Times Normal, Champaign, IL. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,428 CPM, 285.6 Times Normal, Rochester, NY. Beta, Gamma.
1,367 CPM, 273.4 Times Normal, Navajo Lake, NM. Beta, Gamma.
1,363 CPM, 272.6 Times Normal, Mason City, IA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,355 CPM, 271 Times Normal, Worcester, MA. Beta, Gamma.
1,299 CPM, 259.8 Times Normal, Idaho Falls, ID. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,297 CPM, 259.4 Times Normal, Harrisonburg, VA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,234 CPM, 246.8 Times Normal, Spokane, WA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,199 CPM, 239.8 Times Normal, Louisville, KY. MIA Yes
1,199 CPM, 239.8 Times Normal, Pierre, SD. Beta, Gamma.
1,185 CPM, 237 Times Normal, Kansas City, KS. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,177 CPM, 235.4 Times Normal, Fresno, CA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,173 CPM, 234.6 Times Normal, Billings, MT. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,171 CPM, 234.2 Times Normal, New York City, NY. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,159 CPM, 231.8 Times Normal, Madison, WI. Beta, Gamma.
1,155 CPM, 231 Times Normal, Hartford, CT. Beta, Gamma.
1,152 CPM, 230.4 Times Normal, Bakersfield, CA. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,134 CPM, 226.8 Times Normal, Casper, Wyoming Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,103 CPM, 220.6 Times Normal, Riverside, CA. Beta, Gamma.
1,102 CPM, 220.4 Times Normal, Denver, CO. Beta, Gamma. Yes
1,099 CPM, 219.8 Times Normal, Atlanta, GA. Beta, Gamma.
1,076 CPM, 215.2 Times Normal, Des Moines, IA Beta, Gamma.
1,066 CPM, 213.2 Times Normal, Charleston, WV. Beta, Gamma.
1,043 CPM, 208.6 Times Normal, Tucson, AZ. Beta, Gamma.
1,030 CPM, 206 Times Normal, Lexington, KY. Beta, Gamma.
1,021 CPM, 204.2 Times Normal, Aurora, IL Beta, Gamma.

Count – 34 Cities Reporting Radiation Above 1,000 CPM

Normal Radiation is 5 to 20 CPM [4]

Changes

The Combined Beta and Gamma Radiation numbers publication dates are changed to publication twice a month.The next publication date for the reporting cities’ Radiation Numbers is August 13, 2016.

The YRTW Table of poisoned American cities has changed by adding a Column on the Right hand side. It is labeled“Corrupted?” The purpose of the column is to provide guidance as to the reliability, consistency and truthfulness of an individual city’s High Rad reading for these last 2 weeks.

Since a city’s report is subject to many strongly felt opinions that can affect Rad Readings, whether or not the Rad Unit was reporting at least 168 Hours (24 X 7)  takes on additional importance. The number of hours the machines work in a week is not an opinion.

It is a documented fact; it is a number, a measure of efficiency. The unit either reported publicly; or it failed to do so 100% of the time. It can’t do both.

All things being equal there should be One Reading per Hour for 168 Rad readings a week. The corruption may originate with a machine error, programming glitch, human intervention or change, intended or not. Not reporting is an error; and quite possibly a crime.

Corrupted?

The response may be “Yes” for “Yes, it is corrupted.” The entry will be “Left Blank” for “Not Suspected.” The most common departure from normal radiation reporting is reporting less than 168 times a week.

New Category – MIA 1YrHigh
“MIA 1YrHigh” is a new category under the column labeled Type of Rad. It means “Missing in Action – 1 Year High.”

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

Copyright by Bob Nichols @ 2016. Reproduce and distribute, give full attribution to Bob Nichols at duweapons@gmail.com.


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.shtmlCopyright @ 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

 


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Bob Nichols is a Project Censored Award winner, a correspondent for the San Francisco Bay View newspaper and a frequent contributor to various online publications. He reports on war, politics and the two nuclear weapons labs in the Bay Area. Nichols is writing a book based on 20 years of nuclear war in Central Asia. He is a former employee of an Army Ammunition Plant. You are encouraged to write Nichols at duweapons@gmail.com