Friday, September 7, 2012

Southern Jetstream Fallout 18X Greater Than Background Radiation

We took a paper towel swipe from a piece of sheet metal which had been left outside during this evening's rain. The sample returned a reading of 18 times greater than background radiation. The storms stopped around 8pm and the sample was taken about 45 minutes later.

After April, when we suspect there was a fuel rod fire at Fukushima, these samples from storms blowing in on the Southern Jetstream have been running around 20x background radiation. Prior to that period the southern storms had been peaking at 10x over background, and the storms from the northern "Fukushima" Jetstream had been averaging around 20x background. We suspect ongoing elevated releases from Fukushima.

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