This from the "Who Knew" file! As long as your group is 20 people or less, you can get married as early as 4:00 am on the San Clemente beach, free of charge! The city does ask for some paperwork, primarily to advise Marine Safety about the activity and so that wedding-goers understand some of the challenges a beach wedding poses: long walks for guests, walking in the sand in dress shoes, weather and wind conditions which can cause it to be cold, sand to blow, and dresses to billow, noise from trains and pounding surf that might make it difficult for guests to hear your vows. September-March are considered best times, since beaches are least crowded. The San Clemente Pier is also an option for a wedding. Laura Barnett in BP&R highly recommends some of San Clemente's ocean-view parks Contact her directly (949)361-8264 to learn how to get permits for park use and also to see what's available for groups larger than 20…
Everyday People Waking Up To Their Own Mastery
Come be part of a very special evening at the Center for Spiritual Living Capistrano Valley as we welcome "Everyday Master" Case Parks for his talk, "The Awakening Is Happening" Everyday people waking up to their own mastery, August 1st, 7pm, 1201 Puerta del Sol, San Clemente 92672 ( where Pico and Vista Hermosa meet) Meet other volunteers just like you.
Is a First Alert System at San Onofre Nuclear Waste Dump Possible?
Darin and I took some radiation readings June 12 at SONGS waste dump on the ISFSI pad of 324 CPM’s and talked to Tom Palmisano about Safecast and the setup of a real-time radiation monitoring system with free public access.
I posed these questions to Sean Bonner and Arnie Gunderson about a first alert system at San Onofre nuclear waste dump.
If a Solorcast nano (using the CPM option} and thermocouple were to be placed at each of San Onofre Holtex canisters right at the heat vent for monitoring like Darin and I did on Jun 12 (see picture below). Knowing that there will be some differences between each of the 72 canisters. As long as the CPM numbers on a particular canister stayed close to that same number, say 324 CPM’s over a period of time, that would indicate “no leak”? However, if this same canisters numbers moved up more than 100 CPM’s or more (or any of the other canisters numbers changed), that higher number if i…