Australian news, and some related international items

In Australia, when they can’t control fires releasing nuclear radioactive ash, they control the media

Paul Waldon Fight To Stop Nuclear Waste Dump In Flinders Ranges SA, 19 Nov 18

News of fires in the radioactive contaminated red forest of Chernobyl get a mention. News of fires on the radioactive ground of California get a mention. Yet this year the media has suppressed the news of two separate fires on land contaminated with radioactive materials released from Lucas Heights. Is this the typical case of when they can’t control nuclear they try to control the media.?


November 19, 2018 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, media

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  1. 15th April 2018 – Residents told to “Shelter in place”

    The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) local radiation monitor station shows significant spikes in radiation during the fire event.

    Below are screen shots from the ANSTO radiation monitoring station at Endagine. Endagine is located East of the Lucas Heights reactor.

    What caused this spike in local radiation?

    Did the fire release local radioactive contamination?

    Reactor venting?

    Fault in equipment?

    Their rainfall monitor shows it definitely was not raining at the time of these detections, so these detections can’t be explained away as Radon wash out events.

    Radiation Spike plus rainfall chart 15th to 16th April

    More Radiation detection spikes showing on the live Engadine ANSTO monitor station chart, 19th April.

    ANSTO live monitoring site,

    Comment by Peter Daley | November 20, 2018 | Reply

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