Special Radiation Station Tests

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Please note that BG means background, CPM is counts per minute, INT is interior and EXT means exterior. Also note that none of our readings at Radiation Station Santa Monica are impacted by radon progeny as we discuss in Beta Watch.

April 7, 2015
9:15 pm INT RAIN SAMPLE 4: 39.6 CPM^^
9:00 pm INT RSSMC: 37.2 CPM^^
6:20 pm INT RAIN SAMPLE 3: 40.0 CPM^^
5:30 pm INT RAIN SAMPLE 2: 45.4 CPM^^ which is 13.8% above background but within the Inspector Alert nuclear radiation monitor’s conservative +/-15% margin of error meaning the reading is BG. [Note that in all three rain samples, radon progeny/daughters do not impact the reading as there is none in this area.]
5:15 pm INT RAIN SAMPLE 1: 39.1 CPM^^
5:00 pm INT RSSMC: 39.9 CPM^^

March 24, 2015
Below are five different Pacific Ocean measurements that were taken between March 6 and March 21, 2015. From north to south, Carmel River State Beach to Topanga State Beach, is a distance of over 300 miles. Three samples from Topanga State Beach, Latigo Canyon beach and Sycamore Canyon Beach were tested wet from sampling towels dipped into the Pacific and then allowed to naturally dry over three days and retested. All six tests for these three sites came in at or below background. It is important to note that natural radiation in Pacific Ocean samples we tested did not register above background. This is crucial information as it will impact discussion of future Pacific Ocean tests at these sites that come in significantly over background. In other words, any future overages will not be able to be dismissed as the water’s “natural” radioactive content.

Sycamore Canyon Beach at PacificMarch 24, 2015
5:35 pm INT RSSM *DRY TOWEL* PACIFIC OCEAN SAMPLE drawn at Sycamore Canyon Beach at at 3:10 pm March 21: 43.8 CPM^^ (background)
5:20 pm INT RSSM *DRY TOWEL* PACIFIC OCEAN SAMPLE drawn at beach at bottom of Latigo Canyon at 2:30 pm March 21: 39.1 CPM^^ (background)
5:05 pm INT RSSM *DRY TOWEL* PACIFIC OCEAN SAMPLE drawn at Topanga State Beach at 2:00 pm March 21: 37.2 CPM^^ (background)
4:50 pm INT RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA BACKGROUND (BG): 39.6 CPM^^

Latigo Canyon at Pacific

March 21, 2015
10:05 pm INT RSSM *WET* PACIFIC OCEAN SAMPLE drawn at Sycamore Canyon Beach at at 3:10 pm earlier in day: 43.2 CPM^^ (background)
9:50 pm INT RSSM *WET* PACIFIC OCEAN SAMPLE drawn at beach at bottom of Latigo Canyon at 2:30 pm earlier in day: 39.7 CPM^^ (background)
9:35 pm INT RSSM *WET* PACIFIC OCEAN SAMPLE drawn at Topanga State Beach at 2:00 pm earlier in day: 42.3 CPM^^ (background)
9:20 pm INT RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA BACKGROUND (BG): 38.9 CPM^^

Topanga Canyon Creek at Pacific
March 18, 2015
9:45 pm INT RSSM BG: 40.5 CPM^^
9:30 pm INT West Los Angeles Basin RAIN SAMPLE: 89.4 CPM^^ which is 2.2 TIMES BACKGROUND. Aberrent storm system came in over Radiation Station Santa Monica from the northeast, which was unusual. So is the significantly higher than normal reading.

March 11, 2015
5:00 pm INT HEPA DUST from two HEPA filters, one Ionizer/HEPA filter from February 7, 2015 to today, or 33 days total: 176.9 CPM^^ which is 3.9 TIMES BACKGROUND HIGHER.
4:30 pm INT BG: 45.5 CPM^^

Carmel River State BeachMarch 8, 2015
2:25 pm EXT Carmel River State Beach Pacific Ocean water: 55.3 CPM^
2:10 pm EXT Carmel River State Beach background: 64.7 CPM^^

Spooner Beach-Montana de Oro

March 6, 2015
4:20 pm EXT Spooner’s Cove at Montana Del Oro California State Park PACIFIC OCEAN WATER: Background

February 22, 2015
12:05 pm INT RSSMC: 41.0 CPM^^
11:40 am INT RSSMC RAIN SAMPLE: 50.4 CPM^^ or 22.9% above subsequent background

February 7, 2015
5:00 pm Jan. 30 INT RSSMC RAIN SAMPLE #2: 41.1 CPM^^ over a ten minute average.
4:30 pm INT WEST LOS ANGELES BASIN RAIN SAMPLE: 45.3 CPM^^ or 7.1% above background which is less than the Inspector’s +/-15% conservative margin of accuracy meaning this rain contained no additional radiation. It also demonstrates how, as always, radon progeny/daughters do not impact readings at Radiation Station Santa Monica CA.
4:20 pm INT BG: 42.3 CPM^^
1:30 pm INT HEPA DUST from two HEPA filters, one Ionizer/HEPA filter from January 10, 2015 to today, or 28 days total: 116.8 CPM^^ which is 2.8 TIMES BACKGROUND HIGHER.
1:15 pm INT BG: 41.5 CPM^^

January 30, 2015
4:00 pm: RSSMC INT RAIN SAMPLE #2: 131.7 CPM^^ which is 3.3 times BACKGROUND which is HAZARDOUS. As previously reported, California Highway Patrol considers anything over 3 times background to be a tripwire for a HazMat (hazardous materials) situation necessitating appropriate protective protocols. Keep children and pregnant women from directly being exposed to this rain shower. Wet clothes should be taken off once at home and washed normally. This is the first really hot rain in Los Angeles in a while. Act appropriately.
3:40 pm: RSSMC INT RAIN SAMPLE: 107.7 CPM^^ which is 2.7 times BACKGROUND. Radiation Station Santa Monica California is not impacted by radon progeny/daughters as we have noted, shown and proved multiple times since March 15, 2011 when our Fukushima fallout-oriented multi-media radiation testing began.
3:25 pm: RSSMC INT BG: 39.9 CPM^^

January 26, 2015
6:35 pm: RSSMC INT RAIN SAMPLE: 47.2 CPM^^ which is well within the Inspector’s conservative +/-15% margin meaning the rain is at BACKGROUND. This also shows, once again, that Radiation Station Santa Monica California is not impacted by radon progeny/daughters as we have noted, shown and proved multiple times since March 15, 2011 when our Fukushima fallout-oriented multi-media radiation testing began.
6:15 pm: RSSMC INT BG: 43.5 CPM^^

January 10, 2015
1:25 pm INT HEPA DUST from two HEPA filters, one Ionizer/HEPA filter from November 18, 2014 minus 10 days on rad investigation across country and in Southwest Michigan, or 42 days total: 399.9 CPM which is 10.1 TIMES BACKGROUND HIGHER than background. The EPA’s Los Angeles beta station has been down though other California stations show high beta radiation, especially Bakersfield and Fresno (whose RadNet monitor is now not functioning).
1:00 pm INT WEST LOS ANGELES BASIN RAIN SAMPLE: 45.8 CPM^^ or 15.4% above background which is negligible.
12:45 pm INT BG: 39.7 CPM^^

January 1, 2015
10:15 pm INT RSSMC TEST OF DENISE ANNE’S MASK: 39.6 CPM^^ or background
10:00 pm INT RSSMC TEST OF MICHAEL’S MASK: 39.6 CPM^^ or background
9:45 pm INT RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA CA: 41.9 CPM^^
4:30 pm INT JET AIRLINER @ ~36,000 over ~Iowa/Nebraska: 960.4 CPM^^ which is ~32 TIMES PRIOR ORD BACKGROUND HIGHER
3:00 pm EST INT CHICAGO’S O’HARE TERMINAL: ~30 CPM^^

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