Cesium 137 Detected in my Rain! (Radioactive Rain Detected)
Published on Jun 24, 2012
Published by antiprotons
As you all know, I have always maintained that there is Fukushima fallout in the rain… but that the levels (even if they are unsafe) are too low for a Geiger counter to detect.
My sensitive Gamma Spectrometer has now (I believe) detected Cs137 in a rain water collection bucket which concentrates, or so it seems, the Cs137.
At 10:30 in
“… to get approximately somewhere near what the actual result is, and it’s still somewhere around five-tenths of a becquerel per — how much water was this — I guess this was probably a liter… I think I found somewhere around five-tenths of a becquerel”
UPDATE: “I estimated the activity in my video, but the actual activity I have now calculated to 0.248 Bq/liter. Please view the details section of my video for the math used”
Tom of Anti-Proton.com has now finished the construction of a small laboratory for the purposes of general nuclear and particle physics. The purpose of Anti-Proton laboratories is to pursue the wonderful mysteries of science and to unlock the reality around us.
Owner and amateur scientist Tom lives in Virginia, USA, where he works as a Computer Scientist. Professionally, Tom works with information systems integration and support, as well as information systems architecture and computer programming.
Published: June 24th, 2012 at 10:31 pm ET