Saturday, April 14, 2012

ALERT! Radioactive Fallout At FORTY NINE Times Greater Than Background Radiation

STAY OUT OF THE RAIN!

We took a sample swipe from our truck around 1:30pm on 4/14/2012; that sample was radioactive at 49 times greater than background radiation. The truck was parked indoors overnight and was only exposed to the rainfall in this sample over a 3 hour period; approximately 10:00am to 1:30pm. The rainfall sample was from the trailing edge of a weather system that has been bringing heavy rain and flooding to the Saint Louis area for the last two days.

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  1. They Finally Admitted Yesterday: Fukushima was a COMPLETE MELTDOWN at 3 Reactors | The Japan Times
    http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/eo20120418a4.html

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  2. Thankgoodness they released the info in time for people to take protective measures. Maybe they will eventually admit Plutonium flew more than 3o feet away from the nuke plant.

    It just amazes me to no end how many otherwise intelligent people bought the line (and repeated it to others like dogma) that Plutonium was "TOO HEAVY" to get airborne and transport around the globe.

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  3. what a p.o.s. all your reading is the radon decay series..

    STOP TRYING TO SCARE PEOPLE WITH EQUIPMENT YOU DO NOT KNOW HOW TO USE ..

    your friendly nuclear engineer

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    1. care to explain the 1.3 CPM that remained AFTER that short half life radiation burned off?

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  4. also stop displaying readings in mR/hr you do not know what the source is to you can not display a dose rate only a count rate until you verify the isotope in question


    retry this video as CPM or CPS.

    and approval on this subject. REALLY??

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    1. We chose mR/hr because it normalizes the data to a standard and therefore allows people to compare readings amongst different device with different geometry. Posting data in CPM or CPS is only really useful if it reported with the geometry of the detector, it is more efficient to use mR/hr.

      As far as "approval", it is only required for posts older than 2 weeks.

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  5. I think there must be some way to standardize on the readings across different models. I have tried here to send you a link for a video on You Tube of the Soecks Defender in use in Canada.

    Not because it is better in any way, but I wanted to compare some readings from a person in Lake Louise, BC Canada. I think he's getting readings of up to 2.45 mcSV/Hand that sets off the meter's own danger warnings. (turns red)
    It seems to be in micro or is it milli Ceivert V/Hour mode. ?

    Is there some way to convert your .464 mrad readings to an equavilent used on the Soecks unit?

    I'm thinking your readings might be a lot hotter, but it's just a guess.

    I am thinking of buying a meter myself, but I can't quite seem to spring for the 600 bucks to get one like yours. I think you have about the best one around by the way.

    Now I'm wondering if it's going to be safe to go back out sailing in the lake here this summer, or should I just sell the boat WHoa!

    So here's the link. I live about 250 miles south of this contributor, so if he's getting this sort of readings, most likely I'm getting them too.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1s0KROgab10

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    1. You can find a conversion calculator here
      http://unit-converter.org/en/equivalent_dose/mrem.html

      East of the Continental Divide the biggest risk is from the Jet Stream; it is more difficult to make an assessment West of the CD.

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  6. keep up the good work and don't let the government shills and industry thugs get you down - they are paid doubt attacker liars and have stunted souls.

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  7. Street of Saint Louis... Sorry

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