Safe Mode: On
Airborne 300X Radiation Alert In Indiana, and How To Spot False Alerts



http://pissinontheroses.blogspot.com/2012/06/airborne-300x-radiation-alert-in.htm
(c)2012[url=www.potrblog.com] http://www.POTRBLOG.com[/url], with some "fair use" excerpts.

From midnight of June 6th 2012 to 4am June 7th 2012, there was a four hour alert sent out on private radiation monitoring networks concerning a private radiation monitor in South Bend, Indiana which was detecting airborne radioactivity at 300-400 times above background levels.

In this video we step though our rapid methodology for judging the veracity of these kinds of detections. As a bonus, at the end of the video we give a sneak preview of the results from our professional laboratory testing of Pre and Post Fukushima Ground beef.


Added: Jun-8-2012 Occurred On: Jun-7-2012
By: potrblog
In:
Citizen Journalism
Tags: Fukushima, Radioactive, Alert, Radiation, Indiana, South Bend, How to, Risk Mitigation, food, Ground beef, grass fed
Location: South Bend, Indiana, United States (load item map)
Views: 1608 | Comments: 1 | Votes: 0 | Favorites: 0 | Shared: 8 | Updates: 0 | Times used in channels: 2
You need to be registered in order to add comments! Register HERE
'
Liveleak opposes racial slurs - if you do spot comments that fall into this category, please report them for us to review.