December 6, 2018 at 9:18 am #6305
I have been using uRADMonitor as well as radiationnetwork to survey radioactivity since mid-September. Hurricanes this year have been very powerful. A depression naturally seeks to balance as quickly as possible and nuclear reactors have a big thermal output creating local overpressures and thus an attraction for hurricanes. “Convections” may be sparked by the hurricane approaching. The repeated flashes of light in the sky around nuclear reactors demonstrate the leak. It is “supercritical fuel”. Each flash is a supercriticity, one triggers the next esp. because of delayed neutrons. It’s a chain.
The first part of my research : https://depleteduranium.org/2018/09/16/more-proof-that-a-nuclear-fire-is-ongoing-in-north-carolina-and-will-last-for-months/
Fifth – with the explanation for the huuuge peak in south China : https://uraniumisagenocidegiant.com/2018/12/04/another-chernobyl-in-south-china-and-more-pwr-explosions-in-the-us-un-autre-tchernobyl-en-chine-du-sud-et-dautres-explosions-de-rep-aux-etats-unis/
I have posted more updates using uRADMonitor and radiationnetwork for the Brunswick NPP fallout on my Twitter @florentpirot using especially hashtag #BrunswickNPPfireDecember 30, 2018 at 2:51 pm #6344
Thank you for these articles!January 6, 2019 at 10:21 pm #6388
I’ve noticed the “hot spot” in south China too and was wondering… but there were 27 units at one location, all of which are offline now. Maybe it’s fake data, or maybe it’s a location where a lot of units were being assembled and tested with a radiation source?
1100010B 5100001C 82000099 820000DD 82000132 82000139 8200013B 8200013C 8200013D 820000DE 820000EB 820000EC 820000EE 820000F8 820000F9 820000FD 82000107 82000108 8200010C 8200011D 8200011F 82000122 82000124 82000126 8200012C 8200012D 82000131
It would be interesting to see graphs for all of those at the same time around that time period and see if there is any correlation.
Unit 82000124 says it’s in San Diego even though it’s in China on the map. 8200012D says Halsteren, NL.January 9, 2019 at 2:40 pm #6410
There’s indeed an elevated radiation level there, confirmed by several units. The location is one of the manufacturing factories, where I get the units assembled and tested. While this is test data, I purposely left it visible. There are no radiation sources being used there, it is just the background level considerably higher. Once shipped, the very same units lower their readings.
Let me know if you’d like any additional info on this.
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