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At 5:00 a.m. from the north, pollen came in on my outside patio. The radiation went to around 400 cpm and then went back to normal. Here is the graph.


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Thu Apr 25, 2013 5:34 pm
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You should collect some of it to test .

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Thu Apr 25, 2013 10:39 pm
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I do not have anyway to test it and it is back to normal now. I had to get a wet rag to wipe it off the geiger counter and pick


Fri Apr 26, 2013 7:40 am
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I have one of my PI-GMC300 on my back screen porch and here is the results
from yesterday. The pollen or dust is radioactive. It has never been this
high before and the other unit in my greenghouse did not detect anything.
It was raining too. What a difference when the unit is outside... Have fun puting your unit outside.


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Sat May 04, 2013 7:57 pm
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It was not long ago that I remember hearing Arnie Gunderson mention recently in one of his fairewinds.org website podcast that radioactive isotopes have been found in cedar tree pollen. Knowing this, I thought this article was worth mentioning.

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Hatfield said the bees were found beneath blooming European linden tress. While the cause of the bees' death is unconfirmed, the Xerces group said it suspects acute pesticide poisoning due to a substance sprayed on the trees for cosmetic reasons or simply because the particular species of the European linden tree is toxic to bees.


http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/2571/20130620/25-000-bees-mysteriously-found-dead-target-parking-lot-photos.htm

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MY OUTSIDE RADIATION MONITORING STATION:
South Beloit, Illinois - GMC200 Outside on HEPA air purifier, ground level, facing West.
http://netc.com/chart/view.php?n=1%3AEB5A139C


Fri Jun 21, 2013 12:32 pm
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