Radiation Station Stats

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3/20/13
9:15 am INT MIST SAMPLE: 47.7 CPM^ BACKGROUND LEVEL w/ no radon progeny
9:00 am INT BG: 46.8 CPM^

3/08/13
10:00 am INT RAIN SAMPLE: 45.1 CPM^ BACKGROUND LEVEL
9:45 am INT BG: 48.8 CPM^

3/07/13
7:35 pm INT RAIN SAMPLE: 49.0 CPM^ BACKGROUND LEVEL
7:00 pm INT BG: 45.2 CPM^

3/07/13
10:25 am INT RAIN SAMPLE: 46.4 CPM^ BACKGROUND LEVEL
10:10 am INT BG: 48.7 CPM^

3/16/13
8:35 pm INT HEPA DUST FROM 1/07/13 TO 3/16/13: 71.4 CPM^ which is 46.3% HIGHER than background over a 58 day period. Compared to the last 6 day period resulting in 92% over background, this means that the latest exceedance is half over 9.7 times as many days, therefore lower by a factor of 19.3 times by this comparison. This is superb news. There is less atmospheric fallout yet the Pacific Ocean is continuing to take a hammering as we chronicle in Rad News Digest II.
8:15 pm INT BG: 48.8 CPM^

2/19/13
9:25 pm INT RAIN SAMPLE: 47.0 CPM^ BACKGROUND LEVEL
9:10 pm INT BG: 52.2 CPM^

2/19/13
9:25 pm INT RAIN SAMPLE: 47.0 CPM^ BACKGROUND LEVEL
9:10 pm INT BG: 52.2 CPM^

2/08/13
7:45pm INT RAIN SAMPLE: 55.0 CPM^ MEANING NORMAL BACKGROUND CONDITIONS WITH NO RADON PROGENY
7:30 pm INT BG: 52.2 CPM^

1/27/13
9:00 pm INT HEPA DUST FROM 1/01/13 TO 1/07/13: 89.2 CPM^ which is 92% HIGHER than background over a six day period. Compared to a prorated previous L.A air radiation high April 20, 2012 of 7.46 times background, this still-alarming reading is 18% lower.

1/25/13
12:05 pm INT RAIN SAMPLE: 44.5 CPM^ MEANING NORMAL BACKGROUND CONDITIONS WITH NO RADON PROGENY
11:50 am INT BG: 46.6 CPM^

1/24/13
12:15 pm INT RAIN SAMPLE: 48.8 CPM^ MEANING NORMAL BACKGROUND CONDITIONS WITH NO RADON PROGENY
NOON INT BG: 47.8 CPM^

1/23/13
10:00 pm INT RAIN SAMPLE: 48.2 CPM^ MEANING NORMAL BACKGROUND CONDITIONS WITH NO RADON PROGENY EVEN THOUGH RADIATION STATION SIMI VALLEY HAD SIGNIFICANTLY HIGH READINGS 30 MILES TO NORTHWEST IN SAME STORM. THIS HAS HAPPENED BEFORE AND AGAIN SHOWS SEEMINGLY HIGHER READINGS THE FARTHER NORTH IN SO CAL ONE MEASURES IN THE RAIN.
9:45 pm INT BG: 46.5 CPM^

1/06/13
7:30 pm INT RAIN SAMPLE 12 HOURS AFTER RAIN: 50.3 CPM^
7:15 pm INT BG: 45.9 CPM^

1/01/13
6:30 pm PST INT RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA: 42.3 CPM^
4:55 pm MST INT JET CABIN 34,464 125 miles from LAX: 1,050 CPM^
4:40 pm MST INT JET CABIN 37,985 with sampling ending simultaneously with near-miss with chemtrail jet: 1,098 CPM^. Inspector Alert manual says to expect 200 CPM at 30,000. the Inspector Alert nuclear radiation monitors which can detect alpha, beta, gamma and x-ray radiation. It is made by Tennessee-based SE International, Inc.. SE International’s “Radiation Basics” page says “When you fly in an air plane at 30,000 feet your rate meter is getting 200 CPM [Counts Per Minute] for anywhere between 2 to 5 hours.” This reading was over 5 times that, however at 8,000 higher which would account for some, but not nearly all that high radiation.
3:00 pm EST INT Detroit airport terminal: 34.2 CPM^

12/31/12
1:00 pm INT Michigan kitchen testing triple filter of 12/26/12 kilo of powdered snow: 70.1 CPM^ = 54.7% HIGHER than background
11:50 am INT Michigan kitchen: 45.3 CPM^

12/28/12
2:30 pm INT Michigan downstairs room testing second 1 kilogram bag of fresh snow: 42.9 CPM^
2:00 pm INT Michigan downstairs room: 38.3 CPM^

12/26/12
3:20 pm INT Michigan downstairs room with 1 kilo of powder snow same snowfall out of bag: 53.5 CPM^ or 24.1% HIGHER than background. Kilo of snow evaporated then filtered 12/31/12. Filter reading minus background was 70.1 CPM^ – 45.3 CPM^ = 54.7% HIGHER than background
3:00 pm INT Michigan downstairs room: 43.1 CPM^

12/25/12
11:10 am INT Michigan downstairs room: 35.6 CPM^

12/24/12
4:00 pm: INT Michigan family room bag of California mandarin oranges: Over 200% of background HIGHER
3:45 pm INT Michigan downstairs room: 40.6 CPM^
10:50 pm to 11:10pm kitchen, refrigerator and pantry foodstuffs: None over background
10:45 pm INT Michigan kitchen: 36.0 CPM^

12/23/12
12:45 pm (PST): INT Boeing 757 25 miles from Detroit on landing approach: 273.9 CPM^
9:50 am INT Boeing 757 crossing Colorado River on same route/elevation as tested one year before as described in Seasons Readings: 765.9 CPM^ which is 383% higher than Inspector Alert says should be expected at an even higher elevation. Reading 17.5 times LAX terminal background.
8:00 am INT Los Angeles International Airport terminal: 43.9 CPM^

12/16/12
11:55 am 10-minute INTERIOR average RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA CALIFORNIA RAIN SAMPLE: 47.8 CPM^ which is 3.0% above background but within =/-15% = background.
11:40 am: 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 46.4 CPM^

12/14/12
9:45 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN SAMPLE: 49.7 CPM^ which is 8.3% above background but within =/-15% therefore is at background.
9:20 pm: 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 45.9 CPM^

12/01/12
8:15 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN SAMPLE: 45.2 CPM^ Below background is indicative of the effect water has on shielding radiation in the sample but in this case, there was no added radiation. No radon progeny per norm.
8:00 pm: 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 49.3 CPM^

11/30/12
10:15 am 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN SAMPLE: 47.3CPM^ meaning rain sample registers at background statistically.
10:00 am: 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 48.5 CPM^

11/29/12
11:15 am 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN SAMPLE: 49.7CPM^ meaning rain sample registers no radiation.
11:00 am: 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 47.5 CPM^

11/28/12
9:30 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN SAMPLE: 44.9 CPM^ meaning rain sample has no added radioactivity and is not impacted by radon daughters or progeny.
9:15 pm: 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 45.2 CPM^

11/17/12
5:20 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN SAMPLE: 42.3 CPM^ meaning rain sample has no added radioactivity and is not impacted by radon daughters or progeny as discussed extensively before.
5:05 pm: 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 46.2 CPM^

10/30/12
11:15 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN SOUTHWEST MI: 72.6 CPM^ [77.1% HIGHER THAN BACKGROUND]
11:00 pm: 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 42.7 CPM^

10/30/12
4:00 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN SOUTHWEST MI: 65.0 CPM^ [77.1% HIGHER THAN BACKGROUND]
3:50 pm: 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 36.7 CPM^

10/26/12
11:45pm 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN RESIDUE SAMPLE NORTH PLATTE NB: 53.8 CPM^ – At background
11:30pm: 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 51.7 CPM^

10/25/12
10:00 am 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN SAMPLE GRAND JUNCTION CO: 61.7 CPM^ [21.9% HIGHER THAN BACKGROUND - Took sample after enough rain removed radon washout so true reading of overage.]
8:30 pm: 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 50.6 CPM^

10/25/12
10:00 am 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN SAMPLE RICHFIELD UT: 104.7 CPM^ [72.7% HIGHER THAN BACKGROUND - Took sample after enough rain removed radon washout so true reading of overage.]
9:40 am: 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 60.6 CPM^

10/11/12
8:30 am 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN SAMPLE: 52.7 CPM [This shows, once again, that Radiation Station Santa Monica is not impacted by radon progeny affecting our rain readings.]
8:15 am 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 49.4 CPM^

11/08/12
5:30pm: 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN SAMPLE: 49.7 CPM [The amount over background is within the Inspector Alert's margin of error and is therefore negligible and determined as background meaning no detection of Fukushima fallout. Also Radiation Station Santa Monica is not impacted by radon progeny affecting our rain readings hence no heightened radiation as has been the case at this site since measurements for Fukushima radiation began 3/15/11, four days after the meltdowns began.]
5:10 pm 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 45.7 CPM^

10/11/12
8:30 am 10-minute INTERIOR average RAIN SAMPLE: 52.7 CPM [This shows, once again, that Radiation Station Santa Monica is not impacted by radon progeny affecting our rain readings.]
8:15 am 10-minute INTERIOR average background: 49.4 CPM^

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