posted on Aug, 30 2012 @ 12:37 PM
reply to post by shaneslaughta
Which begs the question-- why do they need to "grid survey" an already well established "background"? Like you said, the already existing network
of sampling stations in the area have been monitoring since... forever (you know it). Any augmented searching going on must be related to new
indications (probably from those same stations) of fresh radioactivity, coming from somewhere. The zones they are choosing to search are also limited
in size and region. Why not monitor everywhere in an ongoing program? Instead they are spot checking here, there, which leads one to conclude there
are at least suspicions of elevated readings in those specific areas.
They just are playing, as they always do, that it is "routine". Of course if you tried to press them for a peek at the data, you would of course be