ENENEWS caught some Gamma 5 Radiation data from Las Vegas and published it, here.
Let me post the punchline at the front, how many people could be killed by what is KNOWN to be a Beatty, and they did have documented sloppy practices. 61,000,000 People Can Be Killed!
They weren't supposed to dispose of any liquids at this site, but they did it ROUTINELY AND ILLEGALLY!
I caught the EPA with their pants down (or at least the camera turned off while their pants were down) North and East of Vegas is St George Utah.
Then the Nevada nuclear dump fire "officially" started on the 18th of Oct. Clearly it started a day or two before as the Gross Gamma count, started climbing. This probably set off alarms at EPA because this site is otherwise very consistent.
So the EPA then just shuts off the monitor DATA. Good work Gina McCarthy, she learned that trick during Fukushima.
stock here, look at this 4 months of continuous radiation monitoring results....no gaps, no strange behavior.
Looks like St George UT didn't even get the worst of the plume as most of it went almost straight north. That must have been one heck of a plume.
Salt Lake City UT definitely saw a Gamma spike from the Nevada Beatty Nuke Dump Fire, this is a logarithmic scale too, so small chart changes mean huge changes in reality.
"They" would have us believe that the Beatty nuke waste dump was just a little trench that they threw some old gloves into.
Reality is far different, all these drums rust out, the materials, metals, fluids combine or even fractionally separate by density
Yes, he is bringing us a lot of Payne.
GAOLRCED-98-40R Questions on Ward Valley
1 Curie is 37 billion becquerels (radioactive shots per second).
From Mining Awareness --- Great stuff over there!
According to American Ecology, about 47 pounds of plutonium was disposed of at the Beatty, Nevada, facility. Also, US Ecology’s December 1994 plan to stabilize and close its disposal facility for low-level radioactive wastes at Richland, Washington, states that approximately 450 pounds of plutonium was disposed of at that facility, including about 270.3 pounds of plutonium-239. Finally, about 140 pounds of plutonium was disposed of at the Kentucky facility.” GAOLRCED-98-40R Questions on Ward Valley http://pbadupws.nrc.gov/docs/ML0827/ML082760004.pdf
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Where can I get the gamma and beta charts for various cities.....you folks move them in August
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