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EPA Has Already Shut down Most Beta Radiation Stations, Some Gamma Are Left, But How to Interpret?

Tuesday, October 4, 2016 13:23
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NUKE PRO: Exposing Truth Anti-Nuclear Information and Resources, and Disaster Preparation Planning: From the “don't get me started” on how corrupt the EPA is.

After Fukushima EPA shut down most of their radiation monitoring stations.   That was criminal.   That was the brainchild of Gina McCarthy, who was rewarded after that, with the top spot at EPA

Then in 2016 They shut down most Beta monitoring stations.    Strontium 90 one of the most dangerous substances, is a Beta emitter, they don't want you to see that.

There is some gamma left, but to interpret the tricky energy ranges, you need a cheat sheet, and here it is.

I highlighted the 600 to 800 energy range in yellow.    So when this range spikes, you can be pretty sure it is Cesium from Fukushima that is spiking.  

Here is your cheat sheet:


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