Greetings! Another weekend gone, but it was a nice weekend. I bagged 20+ 40gal trash bags with cut grass and other lawn trash. You don’t realize how much is there until you have to pick it up! Speaking of picking it up…. Fukushima Update: The discussion of a Dead Pacific
Greetings! We got a hot, muggy weekend with more of the same coming. Along with scattered, yet intense, thundershowers. Some folks were still without power last night, though fortunately we weren’t one of them. Wish we could ship some of this to California! Fukushima Update: Lots of good stuff here.
Greetings! Well, it’s wet as all heck here and more is expected today. I cannot recall ever having this much trouble keeping my grass cut! Yet when I visited Glen Helen yesterday, all the water levels were WAY low. The Yellow Springs pond is less than half it’s normal size.
Greetings! Well, it was a great 4th here…unless you were a pet. A nearby display drove our dogs into hiding and they were still behind the couch when I went to bed. The cats couldn’t care less. Fukushima Update: There is a new robot for Fukushima. This is a new
Greetings! Hope everybody is psyched up for July 4th. We should have good weather here for the fireworks, we’re fortunate enough to have the Rozzi’s running the major displays in the area. Fukushima update: Major newspapers are finally asking the question “Where is the corium?”. The current official position is
Greetings! Well, I hope everyone enjoyed their visit from Bill. I got a lot of water, but not much wind and it was pretty much done as an event about 3:00 Saturday afternoon. Well, the Asahi Shimbun has finally called BULL$#!+ on the JG. Sample quote: it has become abundantly
Greetings! We really had a roasting weekend. Temps well into the 90’s and not dropping out of the 80’s over night. Fairly normal for this time of year, but uncomfortable. Even with a summer shave, the Great Pyrenees just lies on the kitchen floor sucking up the cold from the
Greetings! Despite the Japanese Governments best efforts, the youth of Fukushima intend to leave. This is a matter of real concern for the JG, as there simply isn’t enough space if people refuse to live in the contaminated zones. Fukushima should be declared uninhabitable. ANNNND here it comes. 800Tbq of
Good Morning All! Happy First of June! I actually had to wear a jacket into work today, it was 45 degrees and it seemed colder! Why does one repeat Rabbit on the first day of the month? There appears to be an additional leak at Fuku. Interesting thing is, the
Greetings! Here’s a few current events to stimulate discussion. Let’s see what people are thinking about! Here’s the first US government admission of what we already pretty much knew: Fuku Melted fuel most likely went through the floor. There are some scary simulations in the link, along with admissions that