Special Radiation Station Tests

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Over 5,533 radiation tests & reports from March 15, 2011 to March 26, 2014 from nine Radiation Stations. Radiation Station Santa Monica has performed over 3,618 special tests, reports and posts along with 1,915 special reports and tests by our affiliated Radiation Stations.

Note that none of our readings at Radiation Station Santa Monica are impacted by radon progeny as we discuss in Beta Watch.

April 2, 2014
10:20am RAIN SAMPLE: 49.4 CPM^^ which is 15.7% HIGHER THAN BACKGROUND which is above the Inspector’s +/- 15% margin of error meaning it is a valid measurement and slightly above background. EnviroReporter.com considers this negligible.
12:10am INT RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA BACKGROUND: 42.7 CPM^^

April 1, 2014
10:20am RAIN SAMPLE: 41.9 CPM^^ meaning background. Again see that there is no evidence, per usual, of any radon progeny impacting our readings. No readings performed at this site have been or will be affected by radon daughters.
10:10am INT RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA BACKGROUND: 43.2 CPM^^

March 26, 2014
10:15am RAIN SAMPLE: 45.1 CPM^^ meaning background. Again see that there is no evidence, per usual, of any radon progeny impacting our readings.
10:00am INT RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA BACKGROUND: 44.9 CPM^^

March 12, 2014
9:00pm INT HEPA DUST from two HEPA filters and one Ionizer/HEPA filter: 124.9 CPM^^ which is 184.5% HIGHER than background over a 57 day period. This is 1.6 times HIGHER per day than previous period that ended Jan. 12, 2014.
8:40pm INT BG: 43.9 CPM^^

March 1, 2014
7:15pm INT SANTA MONICA/WEST LOS ANGELES BASIN RAIN SAMPLE: 42.5 CPM^^ which is background. No indication of radon progeny. Radiation Station Glendale California reported 23% above background at 1:30pm in cloudburst rain. Commenter Alan from Altadena California, about 20 miles northwest of Glendale, wrote this to us illustrating the variability of radiation readings within Southern California in this storm: “I measured a 10 min average of 106 CPM from rain that dripped off my roof on 3-28-14. The 10 min average from background was 41 CPM. Later in the day I measured a 10 min avg. of 91 CPM from a puddle. I wish my readings were as low as the ones in Glendale the same day. I took these measurements in the foothills of Altadena, CA at 2000 feet above sea level.”
7:00pm INT BACKGROUND RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA: 44.1 CPM^^

February 28, 2014
12:30pm INT SANTA MONICA/WEST LOS ANGELES BASIN RAIN SAMPLE: 47.1 CPM^^ which is background. No indication of radon progeny/daughters, per usual.
12:15pm: INT BACKGROUND RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA: 42.6 CPM^^

February 27, 2014
10:45am: INT SANTA MONICA/WEST LOS ANGELES BASIN RAIN SAMPLE: 46.6 CPM^^ which is background. No indication of radon progeny/daughters, again.
10:30am INT BACKGROUND RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA: 43.8 CPM^^

February 26, 2014
9:40pm INT SANTA MONICA/WEST LOS ANGELES BASIN RAIN SAMPLE: 42.5 CPM^^ which is background. Note that, as always here at RSSM, there is no indication of radon progeny/daughters. Note that when we do have overages here that radon progeny is not a factor as we have reported and discussed repeatedly.
9:30pm INT BACKGROUND RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA: 40.5 CPM^^

February 6, 2014
6:10pm INT WEST LOS ANGELES BASIN RAIN SAMPLE: 44.8 CPM which is within the Inspector Alert’s +/- margin of error therefore meaning NORMAL BACKGROUND. But as we noted in our February 2 entry – no radon progeny. IF there had been so-called ‘radon daughters’ or decay products of radon, it would have registered in this rain, the beginning of a rare night of precipitation in the Los Angeles Basin.
5:55pm INTERIOR BACKGROUND RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA: 40.5 CPM^^

February 2, 2014
7:00pm INT SANTA MONICA/WEST LOS ANGELES BASIN RAIN SAMPLE: 54.8 CPM^^ which is 19.4% HIGHER THAN BACKGROUND. This is a valid reading because it exceeds the Inspector Alert’s conservative +/-15% margin of error. However, this near background rain reading, like many before it that thankfully came in flatlining, illustrate a scientific point lost on Fukushima deniers: no radon progeny (daughters) is being detected or the samples from tonight and January 30, for example, or they would have had higher readings. The rain in Santa Monica and the Los Angeles Basin are not impacted by radon at all past an inconsequential amount. This radon potential map shows why, a fact we wrote about in the February 20, 2012 of the expose Beta Watch. So what’s the point in noting, once again, nothing over background? It’s to show the value of naught, zero, nothing. Radon progeny doesn’t generally impact the Golden State as this California radon map shows. With over 3,400 radiation tests at Radiation Station Santa Monica alone, we’ve measure ‘naught’ over background many times. What this all means it crucial to understanding the importance of our measurements: when we do hit something, like we did in Death Valley big time, we are hitting radiation coming from a source other than radon or natural background. Odds are that source is the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Japan with three ongoing and out of control nuclear meltdowns in progress. When our next Fukushima expose hits the virtual newsstands any day now, you’ll see why we are dealing with this radon daughter nonsense right now. Our exclusive discoveries are considerably hotter and more troubling than anything you’ve read anywhere that has been detected in the U.S. this year.
6:45pm INT BG: 45.9 CPM^^

January 30, 2014
5:50pm INT SANTA MONICA/WEST LOS ANGELES BASIN RAIN SAMPLE: 57.6 CPM^^ which is 39.8% HIGHER THAN BACKGROUND
5:30pm INT BG: 41.2 CPM^^

January 14, 2013
6:20pm INT HEPA DUST from two HEPA filters and one Ionizer/HEPA filter: 81.9 CPM^^ which is 81.6% HIGHER than background over a 40 day period.
5:50pm INT BG: 45.1 CPM^^

January 9, 2014
10:05am INT RSSM Santa Monica mist sample: 42.6 CPM^^
9:50am INT RSSM BG: 44. CPM^^

January 5, 2014
10:30am CST INT JET north of Four Corners, Navajo Nation @ 30,000′ crusing altitude: ~625 CPM^^ [~20.8 x INT ORD BG HIGHER]
8:45am CST INT JET ~ 36,000′ cruising altitude: 990.1 [33 x INT ORD BG HIGHER]
6:00am CST INT O’Hare Int. Airport ~BG: 30 CPM^^

January 4, 2014
10:30pm CST INT O’Hare Hilton, 9th Floor w/ 20-oz paper cup packed with fresh snow from exterior O’Hare Int. Airport: 57.7 CPM^^ [43.0% HIGHER THAN BG]
9:25pm CST INT O’Hare Hilton, 9th Floor: 32.2 CPM^^
12:55pm CST INT O’Hare Hilton, 9th Floor: 30.0 CPM^^

January 3, 2014
12:10pm EST INT SW MICHIGAN: 41.8 CPM^^

January 2, 2014
5:50pm EST INT SW MICHIGAN: 45.7 CPM^^
3:00pm EST INT SW MICHIGAN AIRPORT TERMINAL, 2ND FLOOR: 41.8 CPM^^

December 31, 2013
11:15am EST INT SW MICHIGAN FRESH SNOW POWDER PACKED IN 6 OZ PLASTIC CONTAINER FILTERED THROUGH PAPER TOWEL: 52.7 CPM^^ [15.3% HIGHER THAN BG]
11:00am EST INT SW MICHIGAN: 45.7 CPM^^

December 30, 2013
8:10pm-8:35pm 50+ food & drink items in kitchen/refrigerator of SW Michigan home including dairy, eggs, bread, milk, cheese, meats, produce, fruit, etc. all registered at BG

December 29, 2013
5:54pm EST EXT SW MICHIGAN: 39.2 CPM^^
5:30pm EST INT SW MICHIGAN: 35.6 CPM^^

December 28, 2013
6:35pm EST INT SW MICHIGAN: 36.1 CPM^^

December 27, 2013
8:50pm EST INT SW MICHIGAN: 39.0 CPM^^

December 26, 2013
10:00pm EST INT SW MICHIGAN: 36.3 CPM^^ [19.6% HIGHER THAN BG]
9:05pm EST INT SW MICHIGAN FRESH SNOW POWDER PACKED IN 6 OZ PLASTIC CONTAINER FILTERED THROUGH PAPER TOWEL: 43.4 CPM^^
8:05pm EST INT SW MICHIGAN FRESH SNOW POWDER PACKED IN 6 OZ PLASTIC CONTAINER: 46.6 CPM^^ [16.2% HIGHER THAN BG]
7:35pm EST INT SW MICHIGAN: 40.1 CPM^^ [Note - Room was aired out lowering likely radon accumulation is probable reason for BG drop]

December 24, 2013
4:10pm EST INT SW MICHIGAN FRESH SNOW POWDER PACKED IN 6 OZ PLASTIC CONTAINER: 74.9 CPM^^
3:45pm EST INT SW MICHIGAN: 73.0 CPM^^

December 23, 2013
4:05pm CST INT OHARE AIRPORT CHICAGO: 33.9 CPM^^
11:15am Over Rockies INT JET: 768.1 CPM^^ [19.8 x LAX BG HIGHER]
10:10am @~Cruising altitude 37,000 INT JET: 922.1 CPM^^ [23.7 x INT LAX BG HIGHER]
8:35am INT LAX GATE 48A BG: 38.9 CPM^^

December 19, 2013
6:25pm INT BG RSSM SAME CALABASAS RAIN SAMPLE: 48.0 CPM which means rain sample decayed to background after six hours (or maybe less time)
6:15pm INT BG Radiation Station Santa Monica: 50.3 CPM
11:30am INT BG EnviroReporter.com vehicle RAIN in Calabasas CA: 56.3 CPM^^ WHICH IS 30.1% ABOVE BG
11:15am INT BG EnviroReporter.com vehicle in Calabasas CA: 42.9 CPM^^

12-18-13 South Oregon Pears

December 18, 2013
8:45pm INT GIFT CRATE OF S. OREGON PEARS: 46.0 CPM^^
8:30pm INT BG: 44.8 CPM^^

December 7, 2013
11:15am INT RAIN SAMPLE RSSM: 45.0 CPM^ = BACKGROUND/NORMAL but also illustrates that as we reported in Beta Watch, radon progeny/daughters do NOT impact Radiation Station Santa Monica rain/HEPA dust readings or they would have shown up in this sampling and detecting.
11:00am INT BACKGROUND RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA: 44.9 CPM^

December 5, 2013
7:35pm INT HEPA DUST from two HEPA filters and one Ionizer/HEPA filter: 103.7 CPM^ which is 232% HIGHER than background over a 72 day period.
6:43pm INT BG: 44.7 CPM^

November 30, 2013
1:40pm INT RAIN SAMPLE RSSM: 42.6 CPM^ = BACKGROUND/NORMAL
1:25pm INT BACKGROUND RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA: 46.7 CPM^

November 29, 2013
11:00am INT RAIN SAMPLE RSSM: 47.3 CPM^ = BACKGROUND/NORMAL
10:40am INT BACKGROUND RADIATION STATION SANTA MONICA: 45.3 CPM^

November 23, 2013

3:35pm INT SUV CAB RAIN SAMPLE at Furnace Creek Visitors Center parking lot, Death Valley National Park, CA: 1,087 CPM^ WHICH IS 31.5 TIMES BG HIGHER
3:20pm INT SUV CAB BACKGROUND at Furnace Creek Visitors Center parking lot, Death Valley National Park, CA: 34.5 CPM^

11:00am INT BACKGROUND WINTER STORM STOVEPIPE WELLS DEATH VALLEY RAIN SAMPLE #2: 14,580 CPM^ WHICH IS 29.7 TIMES BACKGROUND HIGHER
10:45am INT BACKGROUND Stovepipe Wells, Death Valley CA: 49.1 CPM^

November 22, 2013

2:25pm INT SUV CAB RAIN SAMPLE at Badwater, Death Valley National Park, CA: 1,232 CPM^ WHICH IS 26.7 TIMES BG HIGHER
2:10pm INT SUV CAB BACKGROUND at Badwater, Death Valley National Park, CA: 46.2 CPM^
9:53am INT BACKGROUND WINTER STORM BOREAS RAIN SAMPLE Stovepipe Wells #1, Death Valley CA after 22 hours: 61.1 CPM^ WHICH IS 18.2% HIGHER THAN PREVIOUS BACKGROUND
9:38am INT BACKGROUND WINTER STORM BOREAS RAIN SAMPLE Stovepipe Wells #2, Death Valley CA: 238.4 CPM^ WHICH IS 4.6 TIMES BACKGROUND HIGHER
9:10am INT BACKGROUND Stovepipe Wells, Death Valley CA: 51.7 CPM^

November 21, 2013

11:45am INT BACKGROUND WINTER STORM BOREAS RAIN SAMPLE Stovepipe Wells #1, Death Valley CA: 313.4 CPM^ WHICH IS 7.07 TIMES BACKGROUND HIGHER
11:30am INT BACKGROUND Stovepipe Wells, Death Valley CA: 44.3 CPM^

November 20, 2013
7:30pm INT BACKGROUND Stovepipe Wells, Death Valley CA: 43.9 CPM^

November 19, 2013
10:30am INT BACKGROUND Stovepipe Wells, Death Valley CA: 49.5 CPM^

November 18, 2013
9:30pm INT BACKGROUND Stovepipe Wells, Death Valley CA: 40.1 CPM^

November 16, 2013
9:45am INT BACKGROUND Stovepipe Wells, Death Valley CA: 42.9 CPM^

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