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121 reading in western Washington state? 6 months 1 week ago #3246

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How could that be right? So your telling me Washington state is more radioactive than Japan...?
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121 reading in western Washington state? 6 months 1 week ago #3247

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Hi Green,

Do you have any reference news/info on this?
Lest we forget that although we are waterproof, we are porous to nearly all forms of radiation and react with many chemicals, minerals and metals. The world doesn't owe us a living, but it owes us a life - Me
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121 reading in western Washington state? 6 months 1 week ago #3248

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The Radioactive@home station near Olympia Washington must have shown a reading of 121 on the Radmon map for a minute or 2 in the past 24 hours. It's graph shows a spike about 24 hours ago (the graph values are 4 minute averages spanning some 2.8 days). Since it was short lived and not replicated by nearby detectors, it was likely a user test/exposure or a malfunction. There is no nearby spike on Netc, uRadMonitor, Safecast or the EPA Radnet sites (some of these have stations in Olympia). Unfortunately, the Radioactive@home website user forum is mostly quiet these days, so we may not hear from the site owner what may have happened.
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