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Days compared with the avg. annual human exposure (U.S.) 207 (at 100 CPM) 42 (at 500 CPM) 14 (at 1,500 CPM) 2 (at 10,000 CPM)
Days to receive chronic dose for increase cancer risk of 1 in a 1,000 432 (at 100 CPM) 86 (at 500 CPM) 28 (at 1,500 CPM) 4 (at 10,000 CPM)
Days for earliest onset of radiation sickness 25,937 (at 100 CPM) 5,187 (at 500 CPM) 1,729 (at 1,500 CPM) 259 (at 10,000 CPM)
There's a sure fire way to be sure, get an ATS'er who lives in SF to go get a Geiger–Müller counter and get some measurements.
reply to post by onehuman
Directly following the earthquake/tsunami/meltdown in Japan I borrowed a radiation detector from my shop at work. I was just north of San Diego at the time.
I created a thread documenting the change in radiation in the area, while I did detect an increase it wasn't anything to cause concern.
Radiation has arrived in Southern California
It should be noted that you can set the alarm on detectors to sound at whatever level you want. I also didn't here him say what type of radiation is device is detecting.
While I don't discount his video or findings, I don't think it's conclusive of anything.