It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Originally posted by Chakotay
...the EPA's actions are deliberate, and reprehensible.
Originally posted by xKhaosXREVolutionXx
So, in your opinion, what do you think the levels of radiation in the US currently are? And do you think most of the plumes could have dispersed over the ocean? You seem to be on to something important, that's why I'm asking.
Thanks for the insight. S&F
Cool. Like I said, people like muzzleflash have been freaking out over specific numbers from the main page, but there's no way to put those numbers into context. Using the query page, you can dig back before the accident and see other spikes that go much higher than anything we've seen in the last week. So anything that's blowing through doesn't seem to be causing any problems in the numbers being reported.
Originally posted by 00nunya00
reply to post by JoshNorton
Working fine for me too. Actually, I could have really used this query tool in the past week to prove that OMFG, DENVER ISN'T GLOWING!
Thanks for the neat link! (The "radnet-public" part of the URL is reassuring, too )
and the wind is heading where?
March 21, 2011 8:24 p.m. EDT
* Contingency plans being discussed, defense official says
* Only family members being flown out as of now
* No warships left at base
Washington (CNN) -- The U.S. military is considering the mandatory evacuation of thousands of American troops and their families in Japan out of concern over rising radiation levels, a senior defense official tells CNN.
The official, who did not want to be on the record talking about ongoing deliberations, says there are no discussions to evacuate all U.S. troops across the country. The talks have focused exclusively on U.S. troops in Yokosuka, just south of Tokyo, the official said. Yokosuka is home to America's largest naval base in Japan. The military is monitoring radiation levels on a constant basis.