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EPA RADNET Discussion
#41
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"The hazards of man-made nuclear products are hidden behind the delay in noticeable effects and background radiation. "
- Horse

...and by, a Nuclear Industry that controls the academic community and the feed of information.  This can include misleading information to sometimes no data at all.  

We may be living like we're on Mars sooner than we think.  

My advice to all who may read this.  

  1. Buy a Rad Detector.  
  2. Use it. 
  3. Train your children how to use it.  
Angel

I pray for the day that people of this planet become aware of the travesty that a 'few' power hungry nut-jobs have bestowed upon this once pristine blue ball.
 
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#42
(02-07-2017, 09:43 PM)Chasaha Wrote: ...and by, a Nuclear Industry that controls the academic community and the feed of information.  This can include misleading information to sometimes no data at all.  

We may be living like we're on Mars sooner than we think.  

My advice to all who may read this.  

  1. Buy a Rad Detector.  
  2. Use it. 
  3. Train your children how to use it.  
Angel

I pray for the day that people of this planet become aware of the travesty that a 'few' power hungry nut-jobs have bestowed upon this once pristine blue ball.

Hi Chasaha, long time.  Invisible radiation stays invisible and most people have no idea what it really is or what it does.  Dosimeters alert to the gamma radiation where an external dose can penetrate bodies. Other than X-rays, gamma is probably what most people think of when they hear the word ‘radiation’ because any more explanation requires a particle physics lesson.   Monitoring gamma is useful but worried more about that constant 'beta increased' coming out of TEPCO's basement water and the fact that RadNet beta monitoring was discontinued in my area after noticing year over year increases.  Agree we need to inform more people what we're up against.  Mars is no place to live and still radioactively contaminated.  Rescue the blue ball before it becomes like Mars.
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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#43
Just a heads up...RadNet has just upgraded their downloading capability, going from that piss poor 400 Hrs at a time limit (about 2 weeks worth) to a healthy 10,000 hours at a time...enough to get a full years worth of data in one swipe!
Their graphical output will even produce year duration graphs from the query.
I didn't think I would live to see the day when this would happen.
 
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#44
Aamazing! Can hardly wait to see performance levels after this...
Pia
just pm me if needed.
 
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#45
Well, radnet stations were reflected on http://www.netc.com day before yesterday (31 March), but, gone again today (Sunday).
   
Pia
just pm me if needed.
 
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