Nuclear Emergency Tracking Center

Nuclear Emergency Tracking Center is an Early Warning Radiation System that takes data from private and EPA networks and creates a NORM background radiation level for each 3000+ stations everyday. When the current radiation level increases over the background radiation level, a RADCON condition is set.  The higher radiation level above the NORM background radiation the higher RADCON is set.   This way we inform the public that there is an increase in radiation at the station. It is up to the public to take this information and try to find out where the radiation is coming from and what precautions they feel are needed.  Read the Forum or go to Health Effects links for some ideas on how to be prepared.

 Our mission is provide free radiation monitoring information from private and government sites to the public.  We have about 300 radiation monitoring sites across the United States and Japan and will add more sites in other parts of the Earth, when they become available.  The Google Map provides a platform to display the information on computers, tablets, Iphones, Android devices, and many others.   This is a private company, Nuclear Emergency Tracking Center, LLC ( and needs your support.  

Be careful about the knowledge you will receive about radiation and the effects on our planet, my heart is heavy with sorrow for my children and the next generation that must deal with our failures.  Warning from the Bible: Now as for you, Daniel, roll up your scroll and seal your words until the time of the end. Many will rush around, while knowledge increases. (Daniel 12:4)   For with much wisdom there is much sorrow; the more someone adds to knowledge, the more someone adds to grief. (Ecclesiastes 1:18) 

NET Forum to view topics of radiation, health effects, etc.  Become a member and  join in the discussion about the growing interest in radiation, monitoring sites, health issues and many other ideas.



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