Basically I think we should be reporting different levels of radiation, from all the sources we can, the 3 I have are:
Radnet Government one
To begin with from my own monitoring, for a couple days, the radnet is the best so far. They're probably all compromised.
However I would also encourage very much anyone with their own geiger counters to report as well for their areas, indoor and outdoor readings.
If so, please explain what your monitor reads.
The 3 above all seem to rely on the same that radiation network does, as my readings for Vancouver which is often say 15, is the same as Seattle, or
only a couple different on radnet, and on blackcat for the kootenays its often the same.
125 is high, and danger danger.
Our own area which is continually reported as low, about 1 1 /2 hours inland from Vancouver BC, has nonetheless raised a bit.
some background on my observation and from what I head elsewhere. There was a reading in San Francisco yesterday of over 200, nearly 300 I believe.
And radnet started taking stations offline.
Then someone said, San Bernino (don't know the spelling) was 287 roughly, thursday night, the day before.
I believe it, when it rained on Thursday I smelt a weird chlorine pool smell in the car.
In fact, we really could have had readings before Japan's quakes if one starts to question how a 9.1 earthquake targetted that one nation and the
waves only targetted there as well. It was quite an isolated event.