Kim

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Inspector Alert detecting in Counts Per Minute (CPM)

69 special radiation tests as of March 11, 2016

Panorama of Hemet at night

2015/04/04 at 10:32 pm
Malibu Creek State Park, CA, 10 min exterior: 39 cpm

2015/03/26 at 12:05 am
Hemet, CA, exterior 10 min average: 46.4 cpm

2015/02/22 at 12:15 pm
Light rain in Hemet, CA.
Interior bg: 43.9
paper towel rain sample: 60.6

[Editor: 38.0% above background]

2015/01/11 at 12:55 pm
rain in socal… hemet, ca, wet paper towel test. int bg: 45.1 wet towel 50.9

2014/12/02 at 11:17 pm
Hemet, CA rainstorm.
Interior background, 10 min average: 44.6 cpm
Wet, rain-soaked paper towel, 10 min test indoors: 49.7

2014/12/02 at 11:56 am
No time to do an average in this moment, but a quick cpm check shows our rain in HEMET, CA just a little above background. Could be radon. Is not reading super hot preliminarily. Will recheck and report soon.

2014/08/20 at 1:31 pm
Big summer thunder storm in Hemet, CA.
I threw a paper towel outside and tested it (still damp) about two hours after the rain ended.
Paper towel: 51.7
Background: 42

[Editor: rain-dampened paper towel 23.1% over background two hours after rain.]

2014/08/09 at 2:56 pm
Hemet, CA 10 min ext: 41.8

2014/08/02 at 3:28 pm
Update: rain sample tested 53.7 after approx 90 minutes.

2014/08/02 at 2:11 pm
HOT RAIN!
Hemet, CA rain storm.
We soaked a paper towel and brought it inside to test.
Background: 51.9
rain sample: 84.4

Will retest in an hour to see if it decays much and report back.

[Editor: Rain reads 62.6% higher than background]

2014/07/30 at 12:56 am
Hemet, CA, 10 minute exterior: 42.8

2014/04/07 at 8:09 pm
Thought I’d try to get some food testing done to share. Sorry I’ve been MIA for a while, it’s been a crazy year for us!
Hemet, CA interior background: 45.2
almonds (grown in CA): 49.0
pistachios (grown in CA): 49.3
brown rice (uncooked): 53.4

I will try to get a few more done each day until I test the staples in our house.

2014/04/06 at 7:55 pm
Hemet, CA 10 min exterior: 41.9 cpm

2014/04/01 at 12:35 pm
Rain in Hemet, CA came out as roughly background: 49.2

2014/02/28 at 12:48 pm
Rain sample (collected directly from roof onto a paper towel) from Hemet, CA, tested inside for 10 min: 45.6

Interior background: 46.9

2014/02/27 at 9:26 am
Rain Sample in Socal!
Swipe taken from a drizzled on car windshield in Hemet, CA, then tested inside.
10 min results are 54.1. Average exterior cpm is 46.7. [15.8% HIGHER than background – slightly over Inspector’s +/-15% margin of error]
Tomorrow is supposed to be the big rain day, so I’ll try to test again and update.

2014/02/09 at 3:15 pm
Hemet, CA exterior: 41.2

2014/01/25 at 2:12 pm
Hemet, CA 10 minute exterior: 41.7

2014/01/08 at 10:40 am
Hemet, CA 10 min exterior: 41.3

2014/01/02 at 5:28 pm
Jan 1st, 2014, 10 min exterior at Lake Hemet, CA, elevation about 4500 ft: 45.5

Jan 2nd, 10 min ext in Hemet, CA proper: 44.5

2013/12/26 at 10:22 pm
I am seeing reports of high readings on the northern CA coasts, but we are holding steady inland.
Hemet, CA: 10 min exterior 43.3

2013/12/19 at 11:41 am
Update: rain sample from Hemet decayed to 45.8– background.

2013/12/19 at 9:47 am
Rain soaked paper towel, tested 10 min indoors in Hemet, CA:
68.4
BG is < 45. Will retest sample in 1-2 hours and report back. 2013/12/09 at 2:47 pm
Hemet, CA exterior: 42.4

2013/11/26 at 9:41 am
10 min exterior, Hemet, CA: 48.8

2013/11/21 at 9:30 am
Rain sample from Hemet CA tested 10 minutes: 49.4
Not too much above background, but a bit.

Rain sample from Hemet CA tested 10 minutes: 49.4
Not too much above background, but a bit.

[Editor: The rain was from the same Boreas winter storm system EnviroReporter.com reported on November 25 in Boreas Storm Packs Radioactive Punch. Without taking a background reading, it is impossible to know whether this sample was impacted by man-made radiation.]

2013/11/20 at 4:42 pm
10 minute exterior in Hemet, CA: 41.9

2013/11/09 at 9:28 am
Yesterday, 10 min Hemet, CA exterior: 48.8

2013/11/05 at 11:32 am
2 exteriors in Hemet today. First was 56.8, so I moved locations and retested half an hour later. Second test was 45.1.

2013/11/03 at 9:48 am
10 min exterior, Hemet, CA: 46.4

2013/11/01 at 8:39 am
Hemet, CA 10 min exterior 43.1

2013/10/30 at 9:58 am
10 min exterior in Hemet, CA: 46.8

2013/10/29 at 1:06 pm
10 min exterior in Hemet, CA: 49.4

2013/10/28 at 12:34 pm
Rain in Hemet, collected on a paper towel, tested in doors 10 minutes.
46.2, background

2013/10/25 at 5:34 pm
10 min exterior in Hemet, CA: 52.5
Definitely higher than normal, which is low 40s.

2013/10/09 at 10:06 am
Light rain falling in Hemet, CA.
Paper towel swipe off car, tested inside for 10 minutes: 52.5
Normal seems to be low 40s around here.

2013/09/19 at 9:59 am
10 minute exterior test, Hemet, CA: 43.7 CPM

September 2ndHemet, CA rain soaked paper towel: 84.5
tested again about 1 hour later: 51.2

exterior, about 1 hour after the rain: 40.4

2013/09/02 at 7:23 pm
September 1st– Hemet, CA exterior: 52.0

2013/08/31 at 10:06 am
Aug 30th– Hemet, CA exterior: 44.3

2012/09/22 at 2:01 pm
9-18-12 Burbank, CA, 10 min avg: 32.1
9-19-12 Hemet, CA 10 min avg: 47.5
9-22-12 Ventura, CA 10 min avg: 52.1

Riverside County California with Hemet highlighted2012/05/30 at 6:53 pm
Did some traveling the past few days and took the Inspector. These are all 10 minute averages.

May 27, Idyllwild, CA: 59.4 (5200 ft elevation)
May 28, Hemet, CA: 46.1
May 29, Riverside, CA: 60.1 (didn’t see that one coming?)
May 29, Riverside retest: 50.4 (about 20 ft. from first location)
May 30, Disneyland: 34.4
May 30, Ventura, CA 48.3

The moral of this story: move to Disneyland!!

11-13-11
HEMET, CA
Exterior: 48
Interior: 50

11-12-11
HEMET, CA
Interior: 52
a.m. rain storm, rain soaked paper towel: 63
p.m. rain, car swipe: 72
granite counter: 125

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