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Originally posted by onyx718
reply to post by getreadyalready
maybe malfunctions of some kind in the readings? i dunno, but again i hardly think it would be anythign to do with the situation unless the radiation hopped over the entire coast and decided denver was good enough
Originally posted by Janky Red
Well at least ALL the reactors at the site are now in meltdown, which will mean no more of those pesky
Things are looking up
Always wanted and extra nard anyhow
Depending on your location within the US, your elevation or altitude, and your model of Geiger counter, this background radiation level might average anywhere from 5 to 60 CPM
Originally posted by clay2 baraka
Not to mention a radioactive plume would take between 3-5 days to cross the Pacific (slowly being dispersed), before it reached Denver...
Any radiation monitoring we do now will be useless until a few days have passed.
Radiation levels in Saitama near Tokyo 40 times normal levels: Kyodo quoting local government
Originally posted by ANNED
1 Sv = 100 rem
1 mSv = 100 mR (mrem)
1 Gy = 100 rad
1mGy = 100 mrad
1 rem = .01 Sv
1 mR = .01 mSv
1 rad = .01 Gy
1 mrad = .01 mGy
Originally posted by Thermo Klein
If we start seeing over 100 in California, Oregon, Washington, Canada (if they had any geigers) then I'd start worrying.