reply to post by Philippines
I wasn't being sarcastic at all. We do get rain and snow storms coming from the east and south east. Normal background or just slightly elevated.
I even did a "Clean rain" video for those who popped into my channel with ideas like "Maybe your eavestroughs are radioactive?.... Maybe your roof
is radioactive?.... Maybe your lawn is radioactive?" etc etc...
We even got the tail end of Hurricane Katrina up here after it beat the hell out of New Orleans. I had made the big mistake of driving my old VW dune
buggy to work that day, and I sputtered home with only two cylinders fireing through the torential downpour.
Winds and storms move in different directions at different altitudes. I would really like to find a jet stream model that shows ground level
direction, maybe a mid level direction as well as the "high up" we get normally.
On my rain/rad vid. After reviewing it again yesterday I watched the water coming out of the down spout instead of the geiger itself. I was a little
shocked to see the dark foam bubbles. [Just like my buddy in Brazil gets]
I have no cement around our old farm house, so I will have to figure out a way to trap and test this suspicious black foam and possible plutonium ash.
A tarp on the grass, or the old bath tub, we wash our mutts in? Something.
Maybe stuff a towel into the down spout and pinch it, so the water can flow over the top but the black crap will be trapped? I'll figure something
out, but I'm really not looking forward to seeing the the kind of numbers my buddy gets in southern Brazil.
By the way, his rain test/video of 56 microsieverts per hour is on it's way to Prof Chris Busby for a complete test. When mailed out, four days later
it was still reading 27 microsieverts per hour.
I'll let you know the results when we hear back.
Some of us are looking at getting more expensive, precise geigers that can be dialed to different isotopes.
We've been in touch with the top cat at this outfit, and are trying to talk him into a group rate discount.
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