Wednesday, April 6, 2011

4/6/11 Good News: No detectable fallout outside

I took cumulative outside readings on the Radalert Inspector for 71 minutes.
It was a warm, windy, partly sunny day.
The unit was worn nerd like inside of its case located on my belt.
The sensor was facing away from my body.
The cumulative reading was 1888 counts.
That averages to 0.0075 mR/hr.


  1. Thank you very much for your work. No one in Florissant seems to care about this at all. My husband and I feel alone in our concern.

  2. Glad to help. The good news is that as long as other people are not taking action, there is still time for you to take cost effective risk mitigation actions. Check out the Amazon list on the left; and remember you don't have to out swim the shark you just out swim the guy next to you.(works on gene pool level too)

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  4. I'm in Kansas City, MO with a fiancee pregnant with our first child. I appreciate the hell out of your efforts and I'll keep checking back. I have few resources and information is the best thing I can offer them for protection. Thanks for your work.

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