Our second rain sampling on the second to last day of 2011 yielded highest radiation readings EnviroReporter.com has taken in precipitation since Japan’s triple meltdowns began.
Tag: RadAlert Inspector
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.
Los Angeles rain comes in at a sizzling 415% of normal, far higher than what triggers a radiation hazmat incident for the California Highway Patrol.
Santa Monica rain radiation reads 264% of normal. But is this sample, which decayed down to background within two days, reading hot because of so-called “radon progeny”?
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.
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.
Dale Ramicone buys two beers to tested by EnviroReporter.com and one beer’s twice-filtered liquid comes in at approximately 62% above the background level.
Adlay tea from Japan tests over 39% higher in radiation compared to background at Radiation Station Santa Monica. Tea was bought at a local Japanese market in the Los Angeles area.
HEPA filters’ aggregate from July 29, 2011 after 23 days of use are above background by a significant amount showing substantial radiation is in the air penetrating structures.
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!
EnviroReporter.com expands Radiation Station’s Fukushima fallout coverage to include choices for rad free food foraging. We test everything we buy to consume and share results.
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‘s “Radiation Station” will go online tomorrow. We will be able to show, in live time, just what the radiation readings are in Santa Monica California.