High readings in Stockholm, Sweden

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6 years 6 months ago #1639 by Juzzie
Carl,
When I pan the camera to the right a little, Is that a radbox I see attached to the cane? above the wooden chair?
If it's not too cold a cat might like to rest in that chair.
:)

Owner and operator of "southofhobart" monitoring stations.
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6 years 6 months ago #1640 by Gamma-Man
It´s below 0 Celcius now so I will put out some warm pad for the poor radiated cat:-)
I have not thought about cats on the balcony before but after that high reading incident it became interesting enough to buy a camera and mount it at the window.

Thank you for your input.

/Carl

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5 years 2 months ago #3146 by Gamma-Man

Don't rule out the cat. One of our members in Georgia, USA has a cat that underwent radiation therapy: www.radmon.org/index.php/kunena/station-...h-readings-in-ga#558]


Now I have more understanding in comment from Bert490 since I have undergone radiation therapy myself today. When I put my dosimeter to my heart region it went up to +60 microSievert/hour and when I came home my indoor dosimeter alarmed almost instantly.

Carl

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