Japanese Beer – August 30 & September 1, 2011

Japanese Beer PART 1 & 2

August 30, 2011

Results from testing:

~10:55 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average JAPANESE BEER #2 bought in Southern California Japanese market by Dale Ramicone = 46.6 CPM WHICH IS 30.2% HIGHER THAN PREVIOUS BACKGROUND AVERAGE and exactly equal in additional radiation as Japanese Beer #1 even though brewed by different companies

~10:35 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average JAPANESE BEER #1 bought in Southern California Japanese market by Dale Ramicone = 46.6 CPM WHICH IS 30.2% HIGHER THAN PREVIOUS BACKGROUND AVERAGE

9:20 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average: 35.8 CPM

Sept 1, 2011 – Not Videotaped

9:05 pm Spot detecting SAME 8/30/11 JAPANESE BEER #1 bought in Southern California Japanese market by Dale Ramicone; SECOND TEST – BEER AGAIN POURED THROUGH SAME FILTERS = 44.5 CPM WHICH IS 24.3% HIGHER THAN PREVIOUS BACKGROUND AVERAGE.

8:10 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average SAME 8/30/1 JAPANESE BEER #1 bought in Southern California Japanese market by Dale Ramicone; SECOND TEST – BEER AGAIN POURED THROUGH SAME FILTERS AND THEN SPOT DETECTING LEFTOVER LIQUID BEER ~ = 58 CPM WHICH IS ~ 62% HIGHER THAN PREVIOUS BACKGROUND AVERAGE.

8:00 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average: 35.8 CPM

The video results of Japanese Beer #1 were lost due to my going long on describing the testing process. This is the reason you see me rushing to get 10-minute averages going even though to do them I have been filtering Japanese beer with simple coffee filters to check for alpha and beta radiation with the Inspector and then checking the filtered beer as well.

On September 1, we retested the same Japanese Beer #1 using the flat beer poured, once again, through the same coffee filters used for it two days before. The filtered registered lower however the twice-filtered Beer #1 leftover liquid was substantially higher in radiation: ~62% above normal.

We acquired another Japanese Beer #1 bottle of beer from a Japanese market and will redo our initial test of it, which as you can see is identical in result to the result of Japanese Beer #2.

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