We’ve conducted thousands of radiation readings of air, water, rain, food, drink and other media since Radiation Station went online March 15, 2011. We have tested numerous items, substances and sites in the air and over a dozen American states to determine if Fukushima fallout has impacted them. Those special in-situ multi-media tests, many with video documentation, will continue to be posted here regularly as we report on our findings.
Our nine affiliated Radiation Stations which have undertaken over 7,322 special tests and reports, which are ongoing, as of the fourth anniversary of the Fukushima triple meltdowns, March 15, 2015. EnviroReporter.com‘s Radiation Station continues to operate uninterrupted 24/7 and Radiation Station Glendale California not only streams radiation readings live 24/7 but documents the results in a computer-generated graph for everyone to see.
EnviroReporter.com also has in-depth databases of information from Spring 2011 to the present including Special Radiation Station Testing, hundreds of originally-test food tests in Eat Me Receipts along with food and drink radiation testing from over a dozen nations in Radiation Food Lab.
This database has informed numerous articles including Fukushima – The Perfect Crime?, Beta Watch, L.A. Rain Radiation Over Five Times Normal, Japanese Seaweed Radiation Doubles, A Radioactive Nightmare and No Place to Hide.
We have been measuring in CPM because it is easier for most people to see the difference in radiation levels. The baseline external radiation background we’ve established for this location is 42 to 46 CPM which equals 0.012 to 0.013 mR/hr.
Note that none of our readings at Radiation Station Santa Monica California [RSSMC] are impacted by radon progeny as we discuss in Beta Watch.
October 23, 2016
8:45 pm INT RSSMC RAIN sample: 52.1 CPM^ 24.9% above background but essentially normal
8:30 pm INT RSSMC BG: 41.7 CPM^
October 17, 2016
5:55 pm INT RSSMC RAIN sample collected exactly 10 hours earlier: 41.4 CPM^ or normal background
5:40 pm INT RSSMC BG: 39.0 CPM^
October 12, 2016, 2016
5:25 pm INT RSSMC CHECKING FOR BETA TESTING DUST AGGREGATE FROM 3 HEPA FILTER IONIZING AIR CLEANERS: 98.4 CPM^^ OR 256.3% of BACKGROUND
5:00 pm INT RSSMC BG: 38.4 CPM^^
October 11, 2016
11:00 am INT RSSMC OCEAN MIST DEW: 40.5 CPM^ or BACKGROUND. Ocean mist dew is an excellent medium in which to test for possible Fukushima radiation in Pacific waters.
10:15 am INT RSSMC: 37.8 CPM^
September 16-18, 2016
BORREGO SPRINGS: AREA AT NORMAL BACKGROUND CPM^^ DURING 10-MINUTE TESTS AND DEDICATED SPOT READINGS
September 18, 2016
10:05 am INT BORREGO SPRINGS SECOND STORY ROOM: 42.8 CPM^^
September 17, 2016
11:50 am INT BORREGO SPRINGS SECOND STORY ROOM: 42.2 CPM^^
September 16, 2016
11:00 am INT BORREGO SPRINGS SECOND STORY ROOM: 42.0 CPM^^
August 25, 2016, 2016
5:20 pm INT RSSMC CHECKING FOR BETA TESTING DUST AGGREGATE FROM 3 HEPA FILTER IONIZING AIR CLEANERS: 64.2 CPM^^ OR 33.2% ABOVE BACKGROUND
4:50 pm INT RSSMC BG: 48.2 CPM^^
July 30, 2016
5:10 pm EDST INT JET 34,000 feet above and south of Hastings NB: 9, 138 CPM^
July 25, 2016
Noon-1 pm EDST Former Big Rock Point nuclear power plant near Charlevoix, Michigan on shore of Lake Michigan: EnviroReporter.com did an extensive walkabout of the site, minus the “100-acre zone that would be off limits to the public“: ALL NORMAL BACKGROUND
July 20, 2016
11:15 pm EDST INT 2ND STORY ROOM, MARQUETTE MI: 46.3 CPM^
June 11, 2016
12:05 pm INT RSSMC SANTA MONICA LIGHT MORNING RAIN: 40.9 CPM^^ or BACKGROUND – Note that, once again, RSSMC’s rain testing is NOT impacted by radon progeny, therefore all our rain readings above background aren’t either.
11:40 am INT RSSMC BG: 40.5 CPM^^
June 5, 2016
7:35 pm INT RSSMC CHECKING FOR BETA TESTING DUST AGGREGATE FROM 3 HEPA FILTER IONIZING AIR CLEANERS: 74.7 CPM^^ OR 80.9% ABOVE BACKGROUND
7:20 pm INT RSSMC BG: 41.3 CPM^^
May 7, 2016
12:40 pm INT RSSMC SANTA MONICA CLOUD BURST RAIN: 43.3 CPM^^ or BACKGROUND
12:25 pm INT RSSMC BG: 41.5 CPM^^
May 5, 2016
10:35 am INT RSSMC SANTA MONICA MIST/RAIN – DRIED PAPER TOWEL USED FOR MAY 4, 2016 SAMPLING BELOW ~25 HOURS LATER: 46.8 CPM^^ BACKGROUND
10:20 am INT RSSMC BG: 45.0 CPM^^
May 4, 2016
9:30 am INT RSSMC SANTA MONICA MIST/RAIN: 135.6 CPM^^ OR 3.1 TIMES BACKGROUND HIGHER – California Highway Patrol radiation Haz-Mat level
9:15 am INT RSSMC BG: 44.5 CPM^^
April 9, 2016
12:30 pm INT RSSMC SANTA MONICA RAIN: 42.4 CPM^^ OR BACKGROUND
12:15 pm INT RSSMC BG: 42.9 CPM^^
April 8, 2016
3:25 pm INT RSSMC SANTA MONICA RAIN: 43.1 CPM^^ OR BACKGROUND
3:10 pm INT RSSMC BG: 41.6 CPM^^
April 7, 2016
2:20 pm INT RSSMC SANTA MONICA RAIN: 46.6 CPM^^ OR 18% OVER BACKGROUND = BACKGROUND
2:05 pm INT RSSMC BG: 39.5 CPM^^