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STAY OUT OF THE RAIN! Radioactive Fallout 49X Greater Than Background Radiation



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STAY OUT OF THE RAIN!

We took a sample swipe from our truck around 1:30pm on 4/14/2012; that sample was radioactive at 49 times greater than background radiation. The truck was parked indoors overnight and was only exposed to the rainfall in this sample over a 3 hour period; approximately 10:00am to 1:30pm. The rainfall sample was from the trailing edge of a weather system that has been bringing heavy rain and flooding to the Saint Louis area for the last two days.

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http://pissinontheroses.blogspot.com/2012/04/alert-radioactive-fallout-at-forty-nine.html


Added: Apr-14-2012 Occurred On: Apr-14-2012
By: potrblog
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Tags: Fukushima, Fallout, Radioactive, storms, Nuclear, Radiation, Saint Louis
Location: St Louis, Missouri, United States (load item map)
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  • Several things. Coal fired plants nearby will jack up the background level for several days due to trace amounts of thorium, and uranium, especialy after it rains. Not to mention some car paints contain cesium and thorium oxide which is why wiping a painted car so vigorously would jack up the level. Since man has learned to burn wood, coal, or waste, any area down wind after a rain will have a temporary high background level.
    These are important things to discount first otherwise all data is com More..

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    • @DOWNPLANE Yes, it's impossible to imagine that a giant nuke reactor meltdown could have anything to do with these high readings <cough>.

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    • @dav1936531
      check out the inverse square law. It governs radioactivity as well as gravity. The amount measurable here would not be able to be picked up on commercial devices.

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    • @DOWNPLANE The inverse square law has NOTHING to do with a situation whereby radioactive PARTICLES are being deposited by weather patterns to alight in your proximity. NOTHING. It does govern the intensity of your exposure as you move closer and farther away from a radioactive source. Fukushima is disgorging particulate matter into the atmosphere. Where those particles land becomes contaminated.

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    • @dav1936531
      It is the amount. Every mile away, defines the percentage of particles available. By the time it gets here, only very sensitive scientific instrumentation can discern any of the particles released by Fukushima.

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    • @DOWNPLANE Wrong. And the amount of particulate matter falling in your area has nothing to do with the inverse square law.

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  • Wonder how high it was during the 50's and early 60's (above ground nuclear weapons testing)?

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    • @Fred Flintstone
      I'm guessing they want to say this is fallout from the japanese nuke plant
      but
      I would venture a guess
      they never considered the hot spots of the sun spots that spew.

      not to add to the tinfoil
      but, there ya go

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  • isn't it possible that there's something radioactive caked into all the black shit that he wiped off his truck?

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  • I think you have dust on your truck, probably from your garage.
    Look there.
    Otherwise, collect some water in a clean glass container or something.
    That way we can rely on the results a little bit more.

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  • Is this above normal ? Is there anyone else here on LL to back this up , it seems legit but what are the norms ? Remember the lady warning us about a month ago of elevated levels of radiation coming from the jet stream ? Anyone ? Anyone ? Bueller ? Bueller ?

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    • @nosajone
      I've played with this exact meter 2 years ago and it is a lot of clicking for just wiping off a car, thats for sure. The test was done correctly, so I would tend to rely on that there was indeed this much activity on the hood. Question remains how it got there, and thats another story...

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    • @Forlix

      Thank you , thats why I asked the jet stream does come directly from Japan to the west coast of Canada, U.S. and Mexico but mostly up north of the equator .

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  • tin hat alert

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  • Thanks General Electric.

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  • there are 100 reasons why that meter read higher than normal (naturally occurring uranium in granite, coal dust, etc) and an infinite number of reasons why this was a shitty test. Poorly done.

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  • dont drink the milk from any where with rain that hot,

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  • The sky is falling! The sky is falling!!

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  • Just to verify it's from the rain and not the dust you should wait for a stretch without rain and then collect some of the dust with moist towel. There are high levels of Radon in certain parts of the US that could be causing it too.

    And yes this actually does matter because, smoking aside, Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in the US.

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  • How do you know that you're sampling the rainwater and not the dirt on your car?

    Why not a rain sample in a non radioactive container?. Maybe your car wax is radioactive!

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  • Its cool i have my tin foil on but thnx tho

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  • wipe the car down more you asshole jeez.

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  • I was back in Japan in March. Here's the rating. WTF are you going to do?

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  • Your exposed to a total around 300mrem an hour evened out over the course of a year just by doing normal activities. You get more radiation from an airline flight. Not to mention radiation sticks to particles. You've probably picked up radioactive dirt from just driving through a local field caked up over time.

    You can take iosat tablets... but the tablets pose more of a risk to you at that levle of radiation.

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  • Damn I was working in the rain all day yesterday.

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  • But still no superheroes or giant mutated creatures have emerged.

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  • now we know why america is full of mutants. oh never mind that was mcdonalds fault

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