Anaheim, CA has highest amount of radioactive fallout of any EPA air monitoring station in Continental U.S. for iodine-131

Published: March 31st, 2011 at 8:41 pm ET
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Dutch Harbor monitor registers highest radiation in US, News Tribune, March 30, 2011:

… The EPA report, issued Monday, is based upon laboratory analyses of filters and charcoal canisters on the monitors…

[A]ll reported some fallout, with Anaheim coming closest to Dutch Harbor [Alaska] in reported levels of radioactive iodine — 1.9 picocuries of radioactivity in each cubic meter of air in Anaheim to Dutch Harbor’s 2.8. …

Read the report here.

Published: March 31st, 2011 at 8:41 pm ET
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41 comments to Anaheim, CA has highest amount of radioactive fallout of any EPA air monitoring station in Continental U.S. for iodine-131

  • WindorSolarPlease

    Disneyland and the other attractions will be happy to hear that…Not…
    Can see someone saying: shhhhhh….


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  • xdrfox

    All the monitors are still not on here in Fl. There is one at a Nuke Power co. That was on the news of higher then normal readings but that’s it.
    Disney World and Spring Breakers $$$


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    • Slick Vick

      Xdr, I’m in FL too.. Do you have any idea how or who can test for plutonium??? I’m willing to work with anybody to help get some news out on this, but I don’t have any equipment and am not sure who would..

      Somebody needs to get solid readings down here for iodine-131, but more importantly, uranium/plutonium/radionuclides…. I’m in Fort Lauderdale, if you know anybody that might have equipment or somewhere it could be borrowed, let me know..


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      • xdrfox

        A Geiger counter is about $500. from what I have seen, and a test for a substance is around $1,000. to $1200. at a lab from readings that I have done.

        I am totally unequipped and inept to do anything except depend on resources and their fact findings on the web that may bare truths local (that are none) and afar (that may provide useful).

        Monitoring the projected wind paths is really all that is tangible/useful, watch state reading to my West and stay indoors on heavy days.

        And if Gramma was right, “Stay out of the rain and you may not get sick” !


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  • Postal

    My son and grandson live rt by Anaheim. I am in Long Beach. Ya, I have been fighting them on the monitor thing since the Xenon showed up the 12/13th. They lied. Bad. And now all this new info is on the EPA site, like it was always there. BS


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  • WindorSolarPlease

    https://cdxnode64.epa.gov/radnet-public/showMap.do

    The EPA closes their reading site here frequently, or maybe it’s my connection?

    Maybe they have trouble with the monitors they have, or do they have to go off line to play chess, orrrrrr maybe they went offline when California had their highest readings?

    When I was allowed to go into their site, I was surprised to see that, we were mostly higher than California.

    Who knows maybe it’s because, our nuclear plant could have leaks and that’s why we would show higher???

    At least they are online and it gives you an idea what is going on. I would not like to have that site stopped.

    I believe Illinois has the most plants, try to find readings on them in the EPA site.


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  • KelpoMama

    We have a geiger counter and are measuring amounts twice a day inside our house and outside. The levels have been creeping up slowly, but not high enough to cause an alarm. A couple of weeks ago, we were averaging 25-28 cpm, and now it’s 33-35 cpm.
    We live in Maryland.

    Don’t wait for EPA to tell you. Buy a geiger counter and see for yourself.


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  • WindorSolarPlease

    I read where our high so far in this was:
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 245


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  • Ionize

    Japan is in the mid-latitute region, where
    prevailing westerly winds are dominant. The
    Ionizing Radiation will go to America and Europe first. At the time of the accident
    TEPCO confirm that there are 3,400 tons of
    nuclear fuel in the Fukushima atomic plant.
    Nuclear radiation is forever. There is no safe level and no amount of radiation is safe.
    http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2011/03/27/18675697.php


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    • WindorSolarPlease

      We know we have the radiation here, and we probably have breathed it in.
      It’s a gift that keeps on giving.

      I am not a professional person in the knowledge of radiation, but I have read that there are no safe levels. I lean towards agreeing with that article.

      Most of us believe this isn’t good for the environment, the sea, and all of us.

      Does it scare me? Yes, I have a Grandson coming this June and I pray everyday that he will be alright.

      It went off in Japan, their levels are high in that area and it has effected many people there.

      The bravery of the people who keep going in there, trying to stop this. I can’t even put into words how much they amaze and touch my heart.

      Even though it is blowing our way, Japan is getting very high radiation.

      http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2011/03/30/excessive-radiation-found-beyond-japans-evacuation-zone/


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  • WindorSolarPlease

    I don’t understand..Every time I look California is lower than here??

    Fixed Monitor Location: CA: ANAHEIM
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/01/2011 08:11:30 AM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/01/2011 09:11:37 AM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 40
    Gamma Energy Range 2 Gross(CPM): 2432
    Gamma Energy Range 3 Gross(CPM): 1423
    Gamma Energy Range 4 Gross(CPM): 478
    Gamma Energy Range 5 Gross(CPM): 241
    Gamma Energy Range 6 Gross(CPM): 164
    Gamma Energy Range 7 Gross(CPM): 217
    Gamma Energy Range 8 Gross(CPM): 84
    Gamma Energy Range 9 Gross(CPM): 41
    Gamma Energy Range 10 Gross(CPM): 50

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    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/01/2011 08:21:53 AM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/01/2011 09:22:01 AM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 116
    Gamma Energy Range 2 Gross(CPM): 3473
    Gamma Energy Range 3 Gross(CPM): 2054
    Gamma Energy Range 4 Gross(CPM): 541
    Gamma Energy Range 5 Gross(CPM): 301
    Gamma Energy Range 6 Gross(CPM): 171
    Gamma Energy Range 7 Gross(CPM): 213
    Gamma Energy Range 8 Gross(CPM): 123
    Gamma Energy Range 9 Gross(CPM): 43
    Gamma Energy Range 10 Gross(CPM): 49


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    • xdrfox

      I have been following the CPM and The FDA seems to be paying attention to areas that are not near as high as many other state readings in other parts of the country and these numbers have been continuously higher then the ones have been brought to the forefront ?.

      Fixed Monitor Location: TX: SAN ANGELO
      Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/01/2011 12:37:49 PM
      Measurement End Date/Time: 04/01/2011 01:37:56 PM
      Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 138
      Gamma Energy Range 2 Gross(CPM): 1633
      Gamma Energy Range 3 Gross(CPM): 1182
      Gamma Energy Range 4 Gross(CPM): 331
      Gamma Energy Range 5 Gross(CPM): 213
      Gamma Energy Range 6 Gross(CPM): 108
      Gamma Energy Range 7 Gross(CPM): 127
      Gamma Energy Range 8 Gross(CPM): 84
      Gamma Energy Range 9 Gross(CPM): 42
      Gamma Energy Range 10 Gross(CPM): 45

      Fixed Monitor Location: TX: AUSTIN
      Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/01/2011 12:37:41 PM
      Measurement End Date/Time: 04/01/2011 01:37:48 PM
      Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 169
      Gamma Energy Range 2 Gross(CPM): 1833
      Gamma Energy Range 3 Gross(CPM): 1118
      Gamma Energy Range 4 Gross(CPM): 340
      Gamma Energy Range 5 Gross(CPM): 171
      Gamma Energy Range 6 Gross(CPM): 97
      Gamma Energy Range 7 Gross(CPM): 134
      Gamma Energy Range 8 Gross(CPM): 75
      Gamma Energy Range 9 Gross(CPM): 31
      Gamma Energy Range 10 Gross(CPM): 37

      Fixed Monitor Location: TX: LUBBOCK
      Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/01/2011 12:33:31 PM
      Measurement End Date/Time: 04/01/2011 01:33:41 PM
      Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 191
      Gamma Energy Range 2 Gross(CPM): 2063
      Gamma Energy Range 3 Gross(CPM): 1322
      Gamma Energy Range 4 Gross(CPM): 430
      Gamma Energy Range 5 Gross(CPM): 175
      Gamma Energy Range 6 Gross(CPM): 126
      Gamma Energy Range 7 Gross(CPM): 171
      Gamma Energy Range 8 Gross(CPM): 78
      Gamma Energy Range 9 Gross(CPM): 55
      Gamma Energy Range 10 Gross(CPM): 68

      Fixed Monitor Location: AZ: TUCSON
      Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/01/2011 12:22:48 PM
      Measurement End Date/Time: 04/01/2011 01:22:56 PM
      Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 149
      Gamma Energy Range 2 Gross(CPM): 3787
      Gamma Energy Range 3 Gross(CPM): 2245
      Gamma Energy Range 4 Gross(CPM): 587
      Gamma Energy Range 5 Gross(CPM): 323
      Gamma Energy Range 6 Gross(CPM): 181
      Gamma Energy Range 7 Gross(CPM): 230
      Gamma Energy Range 8 Gross(CPM): 116
      Gamma Energy Range 9 Gross(CPM): 45
      Gamma Energy Range 10 Gross(CPM): 51

      Fixed Monitor Location: NV: LAS VEGAS
      Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/01/2011 09:49:19 AM
      Measurement End Date/Time: 04/01/2011 10:49:27 AM
      Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 150
      Gamma Energy Range 2 Gross(CPM): 2593
      Gamma Energy Range 3 Gross(CPM): 1783
      Gamma Energy Range 4 Gross(CPM): 523
      Gamma Energy Range 5 Gross(CPM): 304
      Gamma Energy Range 6 Gross(CPM): 154
      Gamma Energy Range 7 Gross(CPM): 204
      Gamma Energy Range 8 Gross(CPM): 137
      Gamma Energy Range 9 Gross(CPM): 58
      Gamma Energy Range 10 Gross(CPM): 52

      Fixed Monitor Location: PA: PITTSBURGH
      Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/01/2011 11:36:59 AM
      Measurement End Date/Time: 04/01/2011 12:37:07 PM
      Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 50
      Gamma Energy Range 2 Gross(CPM): 2293
      Gamma Energy Range 3 Gross(CPM): 1484
      Gamma Energy Range 4 Gross(CPM): 435
      Gamma Energy Range 5 Gross(CPM): 224
      Gamma Energy Range 6 Gross(CPM): 144
      Gamma Energy Range 7 Gross(CPM): 173
      Gamma Energy Range 8 Gross(CPM): 108
      Gamma Energy Range 9 Gross(CPM): 58
      Gamma Energy Range 10 Gross(CPM): 85

      Fixed Monitor Location: VA: HARRISONBURG
      Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/01/2011 12:22:58 PM
      Measurement End Date/Time: 04/01/2011 01:23:06 PM
      Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 83
      Gamma Energy Range 2 Gross(CPM): 2065
      Gamma Energy Range 3 Gross(CPM): 1489
      Gamma Energy Range 4 Gross(CPM): 458
      Gamma Energy Range 5 Gross(CPM): 278
      Gamma Energy Range 6 Gross(CPM): 149
      Gamma Energy Range 7 Gross(CPM): 181
      Gamma Energy Range 8 Gross(CPM): 110
      Gamma Energy Range 9 Gross(CPM): 53
      Gamma Energy Range 10 Gross(CPM): 60

      Fixed Monitor Location: WA: OLYMPIA
      Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/01/2011 12:40:31 PM
      Measurement End Date/Time: 04/01/2011 01:40:39 PM
      Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 20
      Gamma Energy Range 2 Gross(CPM): 1238
      Gamma Energy Range 3 Gross(CPM): 637
      Gamma Energy Range 4 Gross(CPM): 194
      Gamma Energy Range 5 Gross(CPM): 94
      Gamma Energy Range 6 Gross(CPM): 58
      Gamma Energy Range 7 Gross(CPM): 72
      Gamma Energy Range 8 Gross(CPM): 39
      Gamma Energy Range 9 Gross(CPM): 21
      Gamma Energy Range 10 Gross(CPM): 33

      Fixed Monitor Location: WA: SPOKANE
      Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/01/2011 12:47:17 PM
      Measurement End Date/Time: 04/01/2011 01:47:25 PM
      Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 38
      Gamma Energy Range 2 Gross(CPM): 3697
      Gamma Energy Range 3 Gross(CPM): 2180
      Gamma Energy Range 4 Gross(CPM): 650
      Gamma Energy Range 5 Gross(CPM): 319
      Gamma Energy Range 6 Gross(CPM): 199
      Gamma Energy Range 7 Gross(CPM): 211
      Gamma Energy Range 8 Gross(CPM): 133
      Gamma Energy Range 9 Gross(CPM): 41
      Gamma Energy Range 10 Gross(CPM): 55

      Fixed Monitor Location: WA: SEATTLE
      Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/01/2011 12:11:20 PM
      Measurement End Date/Time: 04/01/2011 01:11:28 PM
      Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 9
      Gamma Energy Range 2 Gross(CPM): 665
      Gamma Energy Range 3 Gross(CPM): 423
      Gamma Energy Range 4 Gross(CPM): 135
      Gamma Energy Range 5 Gross(CPM): 72
      Gamma Energy Range 6 Gross(CPM): 46
      Gamma Energy Range 7 Gross(CPM): 53
      Gamma Energy Range 8 Gross(CPM): 40
      Gamma Energy Range 9 Gross(CPM): 16
      Gamma Energy Range 10 Gross(CPM): 22


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      • christine

        Where are you getting this data and do you have data for Portland Oregon? Nobody seems to be reporting data for Oregon?


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        • WindorSolarPlease

          Hi Christine

          Not showing Portland Oregon right now
          Here is the link..I had to download foxfire to see this..
          Thanks to xdrfox who gave me this link.

          https://cdxnode64.epa.gov/radnet-public/showMap.do

          Fixed Monitor Location: OR: CORVALLIS
          Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/01/2011 07:25:32 PM
          Measurement End Date/Time: 04/01/2011 08:25:42 PM
          Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 29
          Gamma Energy Range 2 Gross(CPM): 1524
          Gamma Energy Range 3 Gross(CPM): 927
          Gamma Energy Range 4 Gross(CPM): 281
          Gamma Energy Range 5 Gross(CPM): 149
          Gamma Energy Range 6 Gross(CPM): 96
          Gamma Energy Range 7 Gross(CPM): 114
          Gamma Energy Range 8 Gross(CPM): 79
          Gamma Energy Range 9 Gross(CPM): 29
          Gamma Energy Range 10 Gross(CPM): 39


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      • xdrfox

        I rarely eat red meat, but with those high numbers, I may abstain altogether !


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      • xdrfox

        I suppose the State workers that did testing raised concern in Va. and Penn., for the FDA was not capable/needed of doing either ?
        So what states are getting high CPM may be getting higher does ?


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    • xdrfox

      I think it will depend on how high in the atmosphere the most part of the contamination is, If it is going over some areas out west and breaking up and losing wind speeds, faces crosswind agitations , down winds and heat from daylight, cool of nights, altitude is loss as well as wind stirring as it crosses the states causing the isotopes to start to drop from the lofty heights as it crosses the country.


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  • Cern-Eau Source Pure

    Achtung:


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  • John Wayne

    what to say? It looks like bad karma for US…


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  • grilly

    It is indeed a small world, after all.


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  • xdrfox

    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 10

    Fixed Monitor Location: ID: IDAHO FALLS
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 07:14:33 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 08:14:41 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 95

    Fixed Monitor Location: SD: RAPID CITY
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 06:20:34 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 07:20:41 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 81

    Fixed Monitor Location: WI: MADISON
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 07:44:10 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 08:44:18 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 17

    Fixed Monitor Location: NY: BUFFALO
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 07:56:03 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 08:56:10 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 16

    Fixed Monitor Location: NJ: EDISON
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 07:24:04 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 08:24:12 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 13

    Fixed Monitor Location: VA: RICHMOND
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 07:20:54 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 08:21:02 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 0

    Fixed Monitor Location: NC: WILMINGTON
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 07:23:04 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 08:23:12 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 18

    Fixed Monitor Location: GA: AUGUSTA
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 07:22:55 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 08:23:03 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 22

    Fixed Monitor Location: LA: BATON ROUGE
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 07:42:20 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 08:42:27 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 17

    https://cdxnode64.epa.gov/radnet-public/showMap.do


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  • xdrfox

    I count 49 monitoring stations out of service as aew 60 working

    Fixed Monitor Location: TX: AUSTIN
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 07:44:05 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 08:44:13 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 135

    Fixed Monitor Location: TX: AUSTIN
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 07:44:05 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 08:44:13 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 135

    Fixed Monitor Location: WA: SEATTLE
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 07:18:04 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 08:18:11 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 8

    Fixed Monitor Location: OR: CORVALLIS
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 07:32:07 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 08:32:17 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 11

    Fixed Monitor Location: CA: EUREKA
    Measurement Start Date/Time: 04/02/2011 08:01:41 PM
    Measurement End Date/Time: 04/02/2011 09:01:50 PM
    Beta Gross Count Rate (CPM): 10


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  • stevor

    Hmm, though the Maloofs (owners of the Sacamento Kings) probably don’t care, do they know that when they move there (Anaheim), they’ll be more exposed? Maybe it will help them play basketball better.


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  • Forget PicoCuries. http://emergency.cdc.gov/radiation/measurement.asp

    If you are REALLY worried about it, I’ll sell you a new, surplus CD geiger counter which will tell you everything you need to know – which is nothing. You aren’t in danger in the US, but maybe you want to postpone that vacation to Southeast Asia for a hundred years or so, Just sayin’.


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  • Pamela827

    Can someone please explain what these things mean? Beta Gross Count Rate? Gamma Energy Range 2-10? What number is fairly normal and what number should we be concerned about. Should we (in US) stay away from dairy products? Meat? I have a small child here in MD and also a 17 yr old living in CA. I also am being treated for hypothyroidism. Any answers would be greatly appreciated about the readings.


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    • xdrfox

      Gross alpha

      Alpha particles are a type of ionizing radiation ejected by the nuclei of some unstable atoms. They are typically emitted from the elements uranium, radium, plutonium and thorium. The MCLG (federally recognized public health goal) for alpha particles is ZERO, however the legal limit (MCL) is set at 15 pCi/L (picocuries per liter). The EPA instructs water systems to “subtract” uranium from its “gross alpha” readings before they ae reported to you on an annual water quality report. This searchable database includes all results where Gross Alpha was reported in excess of 3.00 pCi/L

      Gross beta

      Beta particles are another form of ionizing radiation. They are smaller in size than alpha particles but can penetrate deeper into the body if consumed. The EPA says, “It is their excess energy, in the form of speed, that causes harm to living cells. When transferred, this energy can break chemical bonds and form ions.” Some examples of the different types of elements that give off beta particles are strontium-90 and tritium. The federally recognized public health goal (MCLG) for beta particles is zero. However, the legal limit (MCL) is set at 50 pCi/L (picocuries per liter). This searchable database includes all results where gross beta was reported inexcess of 4.00 pCi/L.

      Uranium

      Uranium is a naturally-occurring radioactive element and can be enriched to make nuclear weapons. All uranium isotopes are radioactive. The main use of uranium in the civilian sector is to fuel
      commercial nuclear power plants, where fuel is typically enriched.
      People who live near federal government facilities that made or tested nuclear weapons, or facilities that mine or process uranium ore or enrich uranium for reactor fuel, may have increased exposure to uranium. The EPA states, “Since uranium tends to concentrate in specific locations in the body, risk of cancer of the bone, liver cancer, and blood diseases (such as leukemia) are increased.
      Inhaled uranium increases the risk of lung cancer.” Uranium is also toxic to the kidneys, as it’s also considered a toxic metal. The federally recognized public health goal (MCLG) for uranium is zero. However, the legal limit (MCL) is set at 30 mg/L (micrograms per liter).

      Radium

      Radium is a naturally-occurring radioactive metal. Its most common isotopes are radium-226, radium 224 and radium-228. Radium is a radionuclide formed by the decay of uranium and thorium in the environment. The EPA does not currently test for radium 224. The federally recognized public health goal (MCLG) for radium is zero. However, the legal limit (MCL) for all types of radium “combined” is set at 5 pCi/L (picocuries per liter).
      The alpha radiation from radium is included in the gross alpha reading as described above.
      This searchable database includes all results where radium 228 was measured in excess of 1.00 pCi/L.

      Facts you should know

      The above is a TCEQ database of every raw radiation test result for every water system in Texas, dating back to 2004. However, KHOU-TV has discovered that for decades the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has under-reported many of these radiation readings to utilities and their communities. This under-reporting took place for all radioactive contaminants in drinking water (known as radionuclides) and did not stop until 2009, after an EPA audit. Hence, the above raw readings may not match those found in the annual water quality report, called a Consumer Confidence Report, you receive from your water company.

      In addition, you may actually have more alpha activity….
      http://www.khou.com/news/texas-drinking-water-radiation-levels


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  • Afu

    There’s no danger coming from Fukushima when living far-off in the US.
    Now I guess you may prefer bad news to good news. So it’s up to you.
    Good news is you are too far-away to risk anything. I guess you may prefer bad news: up to you anyway. There is no believable bad news, in my opinion.


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  • Pamela827

    I wasn’t asking for an opinion on whether or not we are being exposed or not in East Coast, I was asking for an explanation of the gamma counters.


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  • Benjamin

    Thank you so much for the research and for the numerous explanations to fdrxfox, learning this all is great.. in the meantime, do you know of anywebsites or several of them, that we can turn to to stay informed and on top of the consequences of nuclear fallout.. just need more information coming from progressive and honest websites.. responsible folk who are looking at the big picture and the future.


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  • xdrfox

    Strontium Isotopes Detected in Moscow – Japan, Canada and U.S. Have Some Explaining To Do

    http://www.idealist.ws/index.php#statecrisis


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