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This video is part of our 4000 mile Radioactive Roadtrip field investigation. A two hour timed total count was taken lasting the entirety of a Glass Bottom boat tour off of Key Largo at John Pennekamp state park.
The result was a two hour total of 2322 counts, which averages to 0.0055 mR/hr (standardized to Cs137); this is the lowest average background reading we have encountered.
I took two 10 minute readings from a sealed foil package of 12oz Organic NonFat Dry Milk, non-instant Grade A. The date code on the package was 10351BEXP1111, I believe that corresponds to a packaging date of February 4, 2011.
The procedure was as follows
10 minute timed count from the back of the package; 426 total counts.
10 minute timed background count from the table under the package; 329 total counts.
10 minute timed count from the front of the package; 457 total counts.
10 minute timed background count from the table under the package; 351 total counts.
The result is that the PRE-FUKUSHIMA milk radioactivity read 30% above background
The corresponding average reading from the milk container was 0.0126 mR/hr
The corresponding average background reading was 0.0097 mR/hr
I will update with future readings as I start to use more pre-Fukushima dried milk.
Outside,Geiger counter on my belt & in its case, sensor facing away from body: 83.3 minutes, 2324 counts, 0.008mR/hr. The reading is approximately 0.0003 mR/hr greater than typical. The day was mostly cloud, steady wind, 80 degF. The reading ended at 2:35pm approximately 6.5 hours after the morning storms rolled through, and roughly 1 hour before the afternoon storms started.
I took a cumulative reading outdoors today from roughly 2pm-3:30pm. The RADALERT Inspector was worn nerd like on my belt, in its case, sensor facing away from the body. This test only measures Beta and Gamma Radiation.
2285 total counts over a 85 minute period for an equivalent reading of 0.0077 mR/hr.
The result is identical to my 4/8/11 test.
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.
The family took a three and a half hour drive between Saint Louis and Sainte Genevieve MO and back. It was a beautiful sunny day around 70 degF. I had the Radalert turned on in the SUV and set to track cumulative radiation for the trip. The trip averaged an exposure of 0.0109 mR/hr. That is a good background reading.
On another front, I emailed Michael Collins of EnviroReporter.com and asked him if he would take some rain readings in California using the same methodology I used in my video. He quickly emailed me back that he had done so and his readings were normal.