Sent to us by a reader, American National Radiation Network.
I’ve been a volunteer monitor ( radiation ) with the radiatonnetwork.com for almost 3 years, due to Fukushima. On 2/28/2015 I had a 145 CPM ( Counts or decays per minute ) Alert. The ONLY other station here in the Bay Area that is a constant participator is 2 miles due north of me, and he registered a 151 CPM peak, so, we had a ” hot plume ” pass through. Shit happens all the time, but this was a hot one. Bio-accumulation is my concern. My Leandro station and SL CERT’s graphs below.
My graph on 2.28.2015:
My closest network station, 2 miles due north, same day:
* Do note the “condensed time frame “, but the peak at the far right is in line with my alert. You won’t get this stuff on the MSM. 😉