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Our mission is to draw a line in the fight for free information.  If we are prepared for world’s adversities, we will know how to respond.  If the only source of information is bias points of view that we contradict each other, then we are doomed.  There are so many problems to face today, that the challenges seem overwhelming.  A journey starts with the first step.

Radiation monitoring is the direction of our first step.  With the help of people that care about this radiation that can come from thousands of different sources, we plan for a free information site that ties radiation monitoring stations together.  Sites will be chosen by their ability to monitor the radiation in their area and to pass the data back to a central location to be circulated and displayed for all.

We need help, this is a big project for us to undertake. Three ways you can help:

1.     A list of nuclear or radiation sites need to be compiled with Lat/Long/Elevation and pictures and any other information.  Chick here

2.     A list of monitoring sites that we can send equipment to monitor this environmental hazards.  Chick here

3.     Donations to keep this project going.  This is a private free information site.  It is not for profit, no government funding.  The money will be used to maintain the web site and database and to send the monitoring equipment to possible dangerous areas.  Click here

The Chernobyl disaster was a catastrophic nuclear accident that occurred on April 26, 1986 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine (then officially Ukrainian SSR). An explosion and fire released large quantities of radioactive contamination into the atmosphere, which spread over much of Western USSR and Europe. It is widely considered to have been the worst nuclear power plant accident in history. In Western Europe, precautionary measures taken in response to the radiation included seemingly arbitrary regulations banning the importation of certain foods but not others. In France some officials stated that the Chernobyl accident had no adverse effects.  The government fabricated the news to ease the public anxieties.

The Three Mile Island accident was a partial nuclear meltdown which occurred at the Three Mile Island power plant in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, United States on March 28, 1979. It was the worst accident in U.S. commercial nuclear power plant history, and resulted in the release of small amounts of radioactive gases and radioactive iodine into the environment. Communications from officials during the initial phases of the accident were confusing.  There was an evacuation of 140,000 pregnant women and pre-school age children from the area.  Again the government fabricated the news to ease the public anxieties.

TOKYO — The United States shared detailed radiation measurements with Japan in the early days of the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster that the Japanese government did not make public or use in conducting evacuations, officials acknowledged on Tuesday.  Lacking information about the direction of airborne particles, some evacuees fled, unknowingly, into the path of the radioactive plume. Others stayed for more than a month in areas with high radiation, because they lay beyond the government-imposed 12-mile evacuation zone. Trade Minister Yukio Edano, who oversees Japan’s nuclear regulator, the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency, apologized Tuesday for the blunder. “It is extremely regrettable that the government did not appropriately share or use the information, and I feel remorse toward the victims,” Mr. Edano said at a news conference. “It is unknown whether the government’s failure to release the data as soon as it was available threatened the health of any civilians.”  The failure is being seen by critics in Japan as another example of the government’s early attempts to play down the severity of the accident by withholding damaging information. Government officials also withheld forecasts from a computer system that calculates the spread of radiation because they believed that the estimates were incomplete and inaccurate.

This information about radiation mapping, government misleading statements, and worries on how to protect your families, is the reason why the web site needs your support. Please Help ! Thank you for your interest in our mission.  Email us if you can help