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Interior Graph by Dale Ramicone from 7-31-11 to 10-03-11
EnviroReporter.com 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.

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

RADIATION TESTS

Default Pacific USA time zone unless otherwise indicated

August 1, 2018
6:45 pm INT RSSMC CHECKING FOR BETA TESTING DUST AGGREGATE FROM 3 HEPA FILTER IONIZING AIR CLEANERS: 55.1 CPM^^ OR ONLY 27.3% ABOVE BACKGROUND in six weeks aggregate.
6:30 pm INT RSSMC BG: 43.3 CPM^^

July 21, 2018
12:15 am EDST INT Southwest Michigan 1st floor room RAIN WATER SAMPLE: 60.3 CPM^ or 32.5% ABOVE BACKGROUND
12:00 am EDST INT Southwest Michigan 1st floor room BG: 45.5 CPM^

July 20, 2018
9:30 pm EDST INT Southwest Michigan 1st floor room BG: 42.8 CPM^

Lake Michigan in Frankfort July 2018

July 16, 2018
6:00 pm EDST INT FRANKFORT MICHIGAN FIRST STORY ROOM WEST SHORE LAKE MICHIGAN WATER SAMPLE: 31.4 CPM^^ or normal background.
5:45 pm EDST INT FRANKFORT MICHIGAN FIRST STORY ROOM BG: 31.6 CPM^^

Lake Michigan in Manistique July 2018

July 15, 2018
11:10 pm EDST INT MANISTIQUE MICHIGAN SECOND STORY ROOM NORTH SHORE LAKE MICHIGAN WATER SAMPLE: 29.7 CPM^^ or normal background.
10:50 pm EDST INT MANISTIQUE MICHIGAN SECOND STORY ROOM BG: 28.3 CPM^^

Keewanaw waterway July 2018

July 13, 2018
11:25 am EDST INT HANCOCK MICHIGAN SECOND STORY ROOM KEEWANAW WATERWAY WATER SAMPLE: 32.3 CPM^^ or normal background.
11:10 am EDST INT HANCOCK MICHIGAN SECOND STORY ROOM BG: 34.5 CPM^^

Marquette hot rain coming July 2018

July 12, 2018
11:30 am EDST INT MARQUETTE MICHIGAN THIRD STORY ROOM RAIN SAMPLE: 116.4 CPM^^ OR 3.8 TIMES BACKGROUND. According to documentation reported on by EnviroReporter.com, the California Highway Patrol considers any material or situation over 3.0 times background to be the triggering level for a hazardous materials incident. This reading is so hot it is 26.7% OVER this CHP Haz-Mat tripwire.

Lake Superior – Marquette July 2018

July 12, 2018
11:15 am EDST INT MARQUETTE MICHIGAN THIRD STORY ROOM LAKE SUPERIOR WATER SAMPLE: 34.6 CPM^^ or normal background.
11:00 am EDST INT MARQUETTE MICHIGAN THIRD STORY ROOM BG: 30.6 CPM^^

St Ignace – Lake Huron July 2018

July 10, 2018
12:35 am EDST INT ST. IGNACE MICHIGAN FIRST STORY ROOM LAKE HURON WATER SAMPLE: 29.6 CPM^^ or normal background.
12:15 am EDST INT ST. IGNACE MICHIGAN FIRST STORY ROOM BG: 31.6 CPM^^

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