"Digital Journal (http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/326186
) reported earlier today that near the Indiana & Michigan borders Geiger detectors from the EPA & Black Cat were showing insanely elevated radiation levels. They quickly changed their story fundamentally. I personally conversed with the NRC today as well as the Hazmat response Captain for the Indiana State Police.
Here is a quick pic, before it was redacted / "corrected". Notice it is NOT the EPA's RadNet open-air detector in Fort Wayne, but another privately run detector near South Bend, owned by Radiation Network:
They then "made a correction (http://www.radiationnetwork.com/Message.htm
) " and called it a false alarm, claiming that their "false alarm" was also the same cause for Black Cat… but what about the EPA's federal detectors, the ones that don't use the same information streams as RadiationNetwork? Read on:
EPA's "near-realtime" open-air geiger counter for Ft Wayne Indiana no longer shows live data but cuts off May 19th (http://www.epa.gov/radnet/radnet-dat...twayne-bg.html
) . This morning, it didn't, but by using the EPA.gov RADNET query tool, WE CAN STILL PULL THE DATA UP as in this screenshot (http://i.imgur.com/KVEqg.png)"