Wednesday, January 8, 2014

January 3rd Was Possibly The Highest Level Of Radiation Ever Recorded For Eureka California

According to the EPA RadNet Query Web Site, at about 7:28 pm on Friday, January 3rd, 2013, the Eureka air monitor registered gross beta counts of background radiation at 190 CPM or counts per minute. The normal background for Eureka was around 15 CPM before Fukushima melted down according to this site. That grew to around 40 CPM on average just days after the disaster on 3-11-11. Add 150 CPM to that new normal and you can see how hot things got here in Eureka that day.

EPA Website
 file:///C:/Users/Owner/AppData/Local/Temp/RadNet%20Query%20Interface190cpm.htm
or
http://www.epa.gov/radnet/radnet-data/radnet-eureka-bg.html

15 comments:

  1. I wonder why LOCO (or anyone else) doesn't pick up on this? You seem to be the only source reporting on this.

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  2. This guy reports on a radioactive hot spot near San Francisco:
    http://thepeoplesrepublicofcalifornia.blogspot.com/2014/01/1400-radiation-hot-spot-found-in-san.html

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  3. LOCO and others have access to the same EPA website as I do. They aren't debunking this.

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    1. LOCO considers these concerns to be a big joke.

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    2. unfortunately they are after clicks and sticky eyeballs and do not want to look at radnet or readings, they want to make fun of citizen journalists.

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    3. A radiation hysteria story would be bring in huge clicks for LOCO, Times Standard, or any other news source as almost everyone has little understanding and a lot of fear on the topic.

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  4. The above links work sometimes and don't sometimes. Here is another one.
    http://www.epa.gov/radnet/radnet-data/radnet-eureka-bg.html

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  5. Yeah, I can't tell if its relevant or not. Grant's Pass Oregon averages "zero." Other sites that show as normal around the country are higher than Eureka, as far away as the East Coast, and nowhere near a nuke plant. Seems as though this may be background AND, I have to wonder if the solar flares coming at us have anything to do with it. Don't forget to watch for the aurora borealis tonight (1/9).

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  6. Do you know if it makes a difference in exposure being indoors vs. outside? I am outside most of the day. Even more airplane "contrails" than usual undeniably hanging and dissipating over the tri-city sky that entire week, possibly radioactive particulates to cool the air and condense moisture. Very dry, bright, and sunny practically all of December. Overnight frost was gone by 9am and it was tshirt weather thereafter. Desert like climate.

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  7. Gee whiz, thanks guys...gotta go get my tin foil hat and 3d glasses on...anybody wanna guess what a full set of dental x rays or a CAT scan radiation load is? Waaay more than 1/3/14, check it out...hope PGE is checking the water level at the Atomic Plant on the King Salmon Fault, gets too low and we all will see Aurora Borealis full time...








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    1. CAT scan and Xray exposure lasts a fraction of a second, not hours or days, let alone weeks or months at a time. Obviously nobody who comprehends the potential severity of the issue is "freaking out" about it, so why paint the tinfoil hat picture? You won't know what killed you ten years too soon just the same. Your kids are born retarded? Dumb luck as always.

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  8. Well, lucky for us, x rays and CAT scans don't also throw plutonium at us. Besides, who can really afford either of those anyway these days?

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  9. Here is a little info. about geiger counters from a forum at Energy News:
    http://enenews.com/forum-post-radiation-monitoring-data-dec-17-2011-present/comment-page-19#comments

    vital1
    April 12, 2012 at 7:38 pm Log in to Reply

    Geiger counters put side by side will measure slightly different detections. Radiation doesn't necessarily spray out like a sprinkler evenly in all directions. It can be very directional at times. Even the air passing by each Geiger can have differences in concentrations in radioactivity.

    Look at this Gammascout Geiger Counter 24 data chart. Data samples were taken once a minute. See how much variation there can be in radiation levels over a short time span.

    http://sccc.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/24-hour-background-radiation-chart-05032012.jpg

    Manufactures use different Geiger tubes, these tubes can very in sensitivity from each other. Even a different batch, or model made by the same manufacturer can very slightly. They can vary in their detection abilities across the the radioactive frequency spectrum!

    I would suggest that the newer model made by a well known manufacturer would be more accurate because they have just been tested, and certified.

    I am not sure about newly manufactured Japanese models at present. Comments made by posters at enenews recently suggest that they are being alerted in some way at manufacture. Just a rumor who knows? They said that Japanese shops where instructed to only supply Japanese manufactured Geiger models.

    It is definitely not a perfect world when it comes to Geiger counters.
    At best they will tell you if your background radiation levels are going up or down, some will show this with more sensitivity.

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  10. Read the news stories and forums at Energy News and you will get a better picture of what is really taking place. enenews.com/

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