THANK YOU BRAWN TEAM! (From Bill)
MANY of us wait with held breath for the next reports, knowing that you will provide us with accurate data and analyses and explanations of that data.
The latest reports of the potential for new hydrogen buildup and worst case scenarios makes your work more important than ever because what the public really needs to know is the ongoing exposure and the cumulative exposure and (since I am in the Northeast) the amounts drifting towards me and my kids and raining down on us.
Since I cannot get these figures very reliably locally YOUR team has the best info I can get. IF there are further major releases and new steam venting (which I heard on NHK a few minutes ago will be done to try to prevent hydrogen buildup and explosion as they try to inject nitrogen into the core reactor vessel) then the plumes wil likley continue, it seems, to have peaks and valleys we need to be aware of.
Of course if there is a major blast and the plume models are accurate it will all blow right over UC Berkeley and you will have that data for all of us.
So THANK you, BRAWN team members. Wee rely on your data.
Forget about the trolls and the spammers and the fringers and even the busybodies and back seat drivers and monday morning quarterbacks.
Just keep doing what you are doing and sleep well at night knowing you are giving us the best data as quickly as possible so we can make informed and intelligent decisions and correlate it with all the other info we can gather.
We so appreciate it, even when we challenge you (and especially then as you almost always come through with very much flying colors of integrity - and you correct yourselves when you err).