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Europe’s radiation cloud is not harmless, if you happen to be near the source


Radiation Cloud Over Europe, Not ‘Harmless’ to Those near Unknown Source, Nuclear Expert Says, bureau EnviroNews World News ,by Emerson Urry , November 11, 2017    —An airborne plume of radioactive ruthenium 106 from a nuclear accident was detected “in the atmosphere of the majority of European countries,” from late September through mid-October, according to France’s Radioprotection and Nuclear Safety Institute (IRSN) — but the source is still unknown. As of November 10, 2017, the manmade element has been identified in at least 28 countries.


November 13, 2017 - Posted by | environment, EUROPE


  1. It is potentially dangerous all over and geiger measures were high in the US in this period too. We need a weather map from those days. Based on what I could find it probably is in the region they said and split with part getting sucked north by the hurricanes into northern Europe and on into the US and part south by another low. Or perhaps as in many accidents (and farts) others decided to vent too. Maybe US and Russia testing new fuels for mars in coordination?

    Comment by miningawareness | November 14, 2017 | Reply

  2. “The Swedish Defence Research Agency is the organization that conducts radiation monitoring for that country”

    Thats not true. The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority conducts radiation monitoring for Sweden

    Comment by Lars Poster | November 14, 2017 | Reply

    • AS I read this article, it did mean that The Swedish Defence Research Agency conducts radiation monitoring FOR SWEDEN.

      Comment by Christina MacPherson | November 14, 2017 | Reply

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