Rain radiation exceeding 3.3 times background levels was detected and videotaped at Radiation Station Santa Monica.
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Over a dozen metropolitan test sites have registered four-month highs in
Sharp increases in beta radiation in Pacific Northwest, Southwest, Middle West, South and along the Eastern Seaboard. Some places, including L.A., show decreasing air radiation.
Storm drenches Death Valley National Park with hazardous radioactive rain over 30 times background, 10 times higher than California Highway Patrol’s HazMat trip level.
Hot skies sizzle with over five times the amount of radiation that would be normally expected at 30,000 in pre-Fukushima meltdowns days. Michigan snow shows significant beta.
40-day accumulation of dust and debris by three HEPA filter machines at Radiation Station Santa Monica yields the highest air rad readings we’ve taken yet: 7.46 times normal.
March 6 test of combined dust came in at a sizzling 6.68 times normal. Since last testing period, radiation detected has risen another 130% indicating continued upward trend.
Dust and debris of both the Honeywell and Kenmore Plasmawave HEPA filter air cleaners was shocking – 5.38 times normal. Natural radon progeny is not a factor affecting this high reading.
EnviroReporter.com tests three months worth of HEPA filter-cleaned air in an historic downtown L.A. building with central air. Dust tests 364% of normal, hotter than expected.
Disturbing readings from one of Radiation Station Central’s HEPA filters after just 30 days of use: 308% of normal background higher. Alpha and beta radiation captured by the filter.
Japanese-made sake bought in Southern California registers 22.3% above background, but unlike background radiation, you swallow sake. Alpha radiation detected in tests of sake.
Over 1,377,064 people have visited Radiation Station as of September 23, 2011 – and that’s just the live stream alone. Many have questions. Here are answers to some important ones.