Storm in Southwest Michigan where first storm sample comes in a whopping 561% of previous background radiation test. Jet stream’s front began over Pacific near Japan.
The Fukushima Express may have delivered a radioactive punch in the rain to Los Angeles thanks to the Jet Stream over the Pacific moving south as the weather cools.
EnviroReporter.com inaugurates Radiation Conversation with high levels of radiation in Japanese products in Southern California, including beer, sake and green tea.
Japanese vegetable juice spot checks at a whopping 53% over background. Not surprising to find this level of radiation in this Japanese juice, it is surprising to find it for sale in Los Angeles.
Four Japanese beers are tested at Radiation Station and three have higher radiation than normal, including one beer that came in 26.6% higher in radiation than found in background.
West Los Angeles-bought turkey dogs test 18.7% higher than background giving new meaning to hot dog. This is why we test all the food we buy and share our results in Eat Me!
Driver’s side floor mat is 23.23% higher than previous interior average. Suggests that people are getting radiation onto their floor mats and shoes then tracking it into work and home.
Testing of ionizer filters shows above average radiation readings in Radiation Station Santa Monica hitting 53.7% and 46.9% above background. If breathed in, this radiation could be dangerous.
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.
Streaming webcam shot of EnviroReporter.com‘s Radiation Station. If fallout from the Japan makes its way to Southern California, you will find out about it at this monitoring site.
EnviroReporter.com confirms signing of final agreements between state DTSC, federal DOE and NASA to clean up Rocketdyne to background expediting remediation.
EnviroReporter.com weeds out disgruntled Rocketdyne commenters angered by new LA Weekly article “Rocketdyne Cleanup Won’t Help Runkle Canyon.”
Deputy Editor, News of LA Weekly Jill Stewart surprises us with word that our environmental exposés in the paper had made the finals in the AltWeekly Awards 2010.
On the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, Simi Valley’s Radiation Rangers take Runkle Canyon developer KB Home to task after its former head, Bruce Karatz, was convicted of four felonies.
Soldiers’ tombstones are emerging from the muck of a biomedical nuclear and chemical dump on the Department of Veterans Affairs grounds in Brentwood, California.
KB Home gave DTSC 41 environmental reports on Runkle Canyon and EnviroReporter.com analyzed each one and presented its 28 pages of findings to DTSC in July 2008.