Hidden treasures revealed in Afghanistan: Crossroads of the Ancient World at the British Museum


It’s quite sad to say, that American and British war-mongersa must be kicking themselves for overlooking this little treasure when they invaded Afghanistan over 10 yrs ago.

Uploaded by on Mar 25, 2011

A story of daring and intrigue – archaeologists discovered the treasures of Afghanistan’s nomadic ancestors but then had to hide them to keep them safe.

The treasures were on display at the British Museum from 3 March – 17 July 2011 in the exhibition Afghanistan: Crossroads of the Ancient World.

Find out more about the British Museum and its current exhibitions here: http://www.britishmuseum.org

You can also find out more by following @britishmuseum on Twitter and liking our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/britishmuseum

 

Dutchsinse Radiation Monitoring: 2/13/2012 ☢ Alert ! 110 CPM in the SNOW – St. Louis, Missouri ☢ AVOID EXPOSURE ☢


Uploaded by on Feb 13, 2012

update 950pm CST 2/13/2012 –

convert CPM to uS/v or mS/v here: http://www.blackcatsystems.com/GM/converting_CPM_mRhr.html

quote:

“For those who prefer to use Sieverts, 108 CPM is about 1 uSv/hr for C060, and for Cs137 it is around 120 CPM per 1 uSv/hr. “

This means my test @ 110CPM = 1 uS/v per hour. Which means 24 uS/v per day ….

24 uS/v per day X 365 days in a year = 8,760 uS/v per year !!! That is roughly 8.5 mS/v per year — which equals about spending over an hour at chernobyl !! (that is per the PBS site below). We are coming up on one year from Fukushima — if these levels continue it means we ALL spent over an hour at chernobyl if the levels carry on for a full year !!!!!

thats the rough math — this is NOT good news.

how much radiation is too much? here is a chart to see:

http://www.pbs.org/wnet/need-to-know/the-daily-need/how-much-radiation-is-too..

I have done subsequent measurements OUTSIDE in the snow directly — 73.8 CPM over 10 Minutes.. and another test at approx. 62CPM.

In total.. three tests.. 110CPM, 62CPM, and 74CPM. These are HIGH levels..

100CPM is alert level.. so the first count actually falls under “ALERT level”.. second two readings fall in the “HIGH” category.

Past baseline measurements in the same spot were an average of 20-30CPM.

I am now (500pm CST) collecting snow for several hours — will melt the snow — and take tests — also will EVAPORATE the snow and take readings on the residue.

Again.. a straight test returns a VERY high reading @ 110CPM — these are just the preliminary tests — I cannot leave the equipment outside in the snow for 10 minutes — thus we must collect the sample and do extended testing.

I will be using all three geiger counters on the full tests — once I have enough direct snowfall in the collection glass. Coming ASAP ! Tonight into tomorrow AM (2/14) — each test takes 10 min + video processing and upload time. Will do three tests at least, links to monitor radiation are below:

Keep in mind.. this is ALL ON TOP of the Fukushima disaster in March 2011 — which blew an EXTRAORDINARY AMOUNT of radioactive debris into the air.

All my past coverage on Fukushima here:

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=fukushima+dutchsinse&oq=fukus…

Dutchsinse — Radiation Test DIRECTLY at Byron Illinois Nuclear Power Plant 2/7/2012



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READ BELOW:

Today, we drove into the mouth of the beast — Location : 1/4 mile south of the Byron Illinois Nuclear power plant. We passed within a few hundred feet of the structures. Got some GREAT shots of the steam venting near the reactor buildngs.

This nuclear plant ‘vented’ clouds of steam laced with tritium this past week — the clouds were blown by prevailing winds over downtown Chicago, IL. Thus the reason for this measurement taking trip. Todays levels near the plant directly are below the alert level of 100CPM — but a full 20CPM above downtown Chicago (those tests will be uploaded later tonight).

Todays measurements averaged between 45cpm and 48cpm. Several more to still be processed and uploaded.. most averaging in the 50CPM range..

Many thanks to internatonal medcom for the 2nd Inspector Alert geiger counter. Here is a link to their site (they are the manufacturer of the Inspector Alert geiger ) http://medcom.com/

These ‘mid level’ readings — half way to the alert level of 100CPM— leads me to believe that the tritium is dissipating as expected — however some elevated amounts still remain.

Dutchsinse Radiation ALERT! ☢ Test #1 — 349.5 CPM — Airborne particulates — St. Louis Missouri USA ☢


This is the same video that NiburMagick reports about below, if you weren’t with us earlier this year after the Fukushima disaster. To the right under Radioactivity from Fukushima are Remedies and Anti-dotes with many recommendations for combating the effects of radiation with preventative measures.  Kelp supplements, baking soda and sea salt baths, miso soup and many other natural treatments should be worked into to your routine as a way of life from here on into the future to help prevent damage from radiation.

Uploaded by on Nov 18, 2011

349.5 CPM (counts per minute) = 3495 over the course of 10 minutes.

(first test was 250+ CPM over 5 min – not on camera — several more tests over the next few days forthcoming)

By all accounts, 100 CPM is the alert level for “high radiation”. This means we are far over alert levels when it comes to small radioactive particulate matter in the air.

This boldly contradicts my previous findings from cross country measurements.. highest levels cross country were in Colorado @ 80-100 CPM

location : Saint Louis, Missouri
date : 11/18/2011 1200 noon CST

Method of collection:

electromagnetically charged particle collection plate 30 minute collection (stainless steel) — ionic breeze air purifier collection plate

steel plate wiped with a fresh dry paper towel.. then placed on a clean glass surface.

Geiger counter is the “inspector alert” http://medcom.com/products/inspector-alert

Both paper towel and plate pre-tested for ambient background radioactivity (normal) on video.

I intend to repeat this test several more times as well as tomorrow (nov 19 2011) taking several outdoor measurements across the Saint Louis Missouri area using the same collection method.

It appears that regular geiger counters are NOT picking up even LARGE amounts of particulate radioactive material.. (not talking about hot particles here but particles of actual debris material in the air) it requires a collection apparatus which then allows one to be able to measure a “stationary sample” of the particles— this is done when the particles build up on the collection plate — normally these radioactive particles would float by undetected.

Which is why ALL the geiger counters are returning LOW amounts (except those near fukushima directly).

If you have a magnetic air purifier metal collection plate (like an ionic breeze for instance) and a geiger counter, you can repeat this experiment in your area.

I looked into possible contamination by the ionic breeze.. it produces negative ions..the DUST that im wiping off the plate and removing far enough from the whole device.. is producing a radioactive return.

could the ionic breeze be turning my regular household dust into mini-radioactive particles? Not likely… however I do concede that it is a REMOTE possibility that the ionic breeze is a mini-radiation generator that is slowly killing me with radiation (no one has figured it out until today LOL) .. if that is the case I have a lawsuit against ionic breeze for radiation exposure !

More likely, the particles in the air that I am wiping from the plate are indeed radioactive… actually either way they are radioactive, its just a matter as to WHERE are these particles coming from.

here are the links I have to monitor radiation levels nationally and internationally:

List of radiation monitoring links:

USA and global coverage:

http://www.radiationnetwork.com/

http://www.blackcatsystems.com/RadMap/map.html

German Radiation Protection Agency:
Radiation:
http://www.bfs.de/en/ion/imis/spurenmessungen.html

http://odlinfo.bfs.de/

http://www.dwd.de

Electro Magnetic Fields:
http://www.bfs.de/en/elektro/papiere/Eurobarometer_EMF_Report_347.html

http://www.bfs.de/en/elektro

Link Austrian Radiation Protection Agency for Data:
http://www.umweltnet.at/article/articleview/87717/1/7032/

Live Measurement stations Austria:
http://www.umweltnet.at/article/articleview/81383/1/29344

http://transport.nilu.no/products/fukushima?searchterm=fuk

http://www.eurad.uni-koeln.de/

Finland radiation:

http://www.stuk.fi/fi_FI/

radiation forecasting links:

http://www.woweather.com/weather/news/fukushima?LANG=us&VAR=webcam&SA

http://eurdeppub.jrc.it/eurdeppub/home.aspx#

http://www.csn.es/index.php?option=com_maps&view=mappoints&Itemid=32

http://www.jaif.or.jp/english/

http://www.rivm.nl/milieuportaal/dossier/meetnetten/radioactiviteit/resultaten/

http://www.epa.gov (click on radiation update)

http://www.irsn.fr/EN/Pages/home.aspx

http://www.nucleartourist.com/

http://www.stuk.fi/index_en.html

http://www.mext.go.jp/english/radioactivity_level/detail/1303962.htm

http://www.nisa.meti.go.jp/english/index.html

http://www.rivm.nl/milieuportaal/dossier/meetnetten/radioactiviteit/resultaten/

http://www.yle.fi/tekstitv/html/P867_02.html

http://www.mapion.co.jp/topics/genpatu/

http://strahlenbelastung.wo-wann-wer.de/

dutch radiation monitoring:

http://www.rivm.nl/milieuportaal/dossier/meetnetten/radioactiviteit/resultaten/

swiss radiation monitoring:

https://www.naz.ch/en/aktuell/zeitverlaeufe.html

Finland radiation monitoring:

http://www.yle.fi/tekstitv/html/P160_01.html

http://www.yle.fi/tekstitv/html/P867_02.html

French radiation monitoring:

http://sws.irsn.fr/sws/mesure/index

http://www.irsn.fr/FR/Documents/france.htm

Dutchsinse Radiation Test: Ainaloa, Big Island, Hawaii Water from roof catchment @ 32.1 CPM


From: dutchsinse  | Jul 17, 2011
Sent to me from the Big Island, Hawaii … by youtube user Sandcastles808

http://www.youtube.com/sandcastles808 THANK YOU !!!! :^) I have several more samples I will be uploading over the next day.

So far, all samples have returned “low” levels.. or basically NO levels of radioactive contamination.

This sample.. recored at 32.1 CPM … falls FAR below the even basic “alert level”… which is 100CPM according to the “radiation network”… http://www.radiationnetwork.com

Unless we get readings OVER 100 CPM.. we really have no cause for worry… right now.. this establishes a ‘baseline’ for us to make future measurements, and compare.
The good news also, is that these levels.. VERY CLOSE to fukushima japan, are LOWER than we see in the Midwest USA .. where I live!

Thanks again to sandcastles808, and I got your care package Sandcastles.. thank you for the Hawaiian Coffee .. and we love the postcards and calendar!!!!

MUCH LOVE !!!!!

—dutch and the dutches—

Radiation Dutchsinse Radiation Test: Parsley from Kalapana, Hawaii on garden parsley 31.0 CPM


From: dutchsinse  | Jul 14, 2011  | 307 views
These samples were sent to me by youtube user : Sandcastles808 THANK YOU!!!http://www.youtube.com/sandcastles808Good news !!! we are seeing VERYLOW levels — better put — NO LEVELS of radioactive fallout are showing up.in Hawaii.

IF there were a release of large amounts of radioactive material, then there SHOULD be high levels of Cesium (with a half life of 30 years). However, this is NOT the case… we are seeing literally very low levels in Hawaii and elsewhere… lower than the midwest united states!!!

Dutchsinse Radiation Test for Kansas City 55.9 CPM


From: dutchsinse  | Jun 28, 2011
Conversion chart for CPM to mSv/h is here:
http://www.mcgill.ca/ehs/radiation/basics/meter/

This measurement was made on . It indicates “low to moderate levels” of radiation. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …

http://www.radiationnetwork.com

The radiation background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 55.9 CPM .

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statistics:
Total 10 minute count = 559 = 55.9 CPM
Location: 50 Miles west of Kansas City, Missouri (bates city)
Coordinates : 39° 0’42.34″N , 94° 6’8.45″W
Elevation : 770 feet

Measurement taken: ten mintue long CPM measurement using the “inspector alert” nuclear radiation monitor (geiger counter)

from the inspector alert geiger counter manual:

“CPM (or CPS) and total counts are the most direct methods of measurement; mR/hr (or uSv/hr) is calculated using a conversion factor optimized for Cesium-137, so this mode is less accurate for other radionuclides, unless you have calibrated the “geiger counter” for a specific radionuclide using an appropriate source. It is more appropriate to measure alpha and beta activity using CPM than using mR/hr. Conversion for alpha and beta emitters is calcuated differently, and the “geiger counters” reading in mR/hr may not be accurate.”

Dutchsinse Radiation Monitoring: Nebraska at Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power plant, Radiation Test #1 48.4 CPM


In my opinion, the pictures coming in over the internet make the flooding at the nuclear power plant look a lot worse than what we’re seeing here.

Link to Test 2  61.4CPM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3r5tGzqaeI&feature=player_profilepage

From: dutchsinse  | Jun 24, 2011
48.4 CPM This means LOW to virtually “background” levels, the levels here NEXT to the plant are equal to that of most everywhere else in the country except for Denver Colorado.This also means RUMOR has run amok, and there has not been any sort of detectable radioactive “leak”.

This is the first of several measurements that were taken today, 6/24/2011 — I measured North, East, South, and Southeast from the plant itself, and also on the way along from Saint Louis, Missouri to Omaha, Nebraska — where the Ft. Calhoun Nuclear power plant is located.

He said he did three tests, but I only found two from Fort Calhoun today

Dutchsinse Radiation Test: Missoula, Montana at Clark Fork-Blackfoot River 53.4 CPM


From: dutchsinse  | Jun 20, 2011
Conversion chart for CPM to mSv/h is here:
http://www.mcgill.ca/ehs/radiation/basics/meter/

This measurement was made on June 15, 2011 at approx. 11am MST. It indicates “low to moderate levels” of radiation. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …
http://www.radiationnetwork.com

The radiation background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 53.4 CPM .

Statistics:
Total 10 minute count = 534 = 53.4 CPM
Location: Missoula, Montana — Clark Fork / Blackfoot River banks
Coordinates : 46 52 0.67 N , 113 58 48.15 W
Elevation : 3202 feet
Measurement taken: ten mintue long CPM measurement using the “inspector alert” nuclear radiation monitor (geiger counter) from the inspector alert geiger counter manual:

“CPM (or CPS) and total counts are the most direct methods of measurement; mR/hr (or uSv/hr) is calculated using a conversion factor optimized for Cesium-137, so this mode is less accurate for other radionuclides, unless you have calibrated the “geiger counter” for a specific radionuclide using an appropriate source. It is more appropriate to measure alpha and beta activity using CPM than using mR/hr. Conversion for alpha and beta emitters is calcuated differently, and the “geiger counters” reading in mR/hr may not be accurate.”

Dutchsinse Radiation Test: Craters of the Moon, Idaho 73.2 CPM


From: dutchsinse  | Jun 10, 2011

Conversion chart for CPM to mSv/h is here:

http://www.mcgill.ca/ehs/radiation/basics/meter/

This measurement was made on June 9, 2011 at approx. 715am MST. It indicates ” HIGH moderate levels” of radiation. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …

http://www.radiationnetwork.com

Radiation background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 73.2 CPM .

statistics:

Total 10 minute count = 732 = 73.2 CPM

Location: Craters of the Moon National Park, Idaho

Coordinates : 43 26 45 N , 113 32 03 W

Elevation : 5746 feet

Dutchsinse Radiation Test: Paradise Valley, Idaho 60.5 CPM


From: dutchsinse  | Jun 10, 2011

Conversion chart for CPM to mSv/h is here:

http://www.mcgill.ca/ehs/radiation/basics/meter/

This measurement was made on June 9, 2011 at approx. 100pm MST. It indicates ” HIGH moderate levels” of radiation. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …

http://www.radiationnetwork.com

Radiation background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 60.5 CPM .

Statistics:

Total 10 minute count = 605 = 60.5 CPM

Location: Paradise Valley, Idaho

Coordinates : 42 57 15 N , 115 08 38 W

Elevation : 2822 feet

Dutchsinse Radiation Test: North Powder, Oregon 55.0 CPM


From: dutchsinse  | Jun 11, 2011

Conversion chart for CPM to mSv/h is here:

http://www.mcgill.ca/ehs/radiation/basics/meter/

This measurement was made on June 10, 2011 at approx. 215pm MST. It indicates “moderate levels” of radiation. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …

http://www.radiationnetwork.com

Radiation background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 55.0 CPM .

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statistics:

Total 10 minute count = 550 = 55.0 CPM

Location: North Powder, Oregon

Coordinates : 45 01 32 N , 117 55 41 W

Elevation : 3287 feet

Dutchsinse Radiation Test: Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, Oregon 53.0 CPM


From: dutchsinse  | Jun 11, 2011  | 307 views

Conversion chart for CPM to mSv/h is here:

http://www.mcgill.ca/ehs/radiation/basics/meter/

This measurement was made on June 10, 2011 at approx. 435pm MST. It indicates “moderate levels” of radiation. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …

http://www.radiationnetwork.com

Radiation background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 53.0 CPM .

Statistics:

Total 10 minute count = 530 = 53.0 CPM

Location: Wallowal – Whitman and Umatilla National Forest — Oregon Trail

Coordinates : 45 23 19 N , 118 19 15 W

Elevation : 3718 feet

Dutchsinse Radiation Test: Pendleton, Oregon — 55.7 CPM


From: dutchsinse | Jun 11, 2011 |

Conversion chart for CPM to mSv/h is here: http://www.mcgill.ca/ehs/radiation/basics/meter/ This measurement was made on June 10, 2011 at approx. 535pm MST. It indicates “moderate levels” of radiation. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network … http://www.radiationnetwork.com Radiation background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 55.7 CPM . ************* statistics: Total 10 minute count = 557 = 55.7 CPM Location: Pendleton, Oregon Coordinates : 45 35 08 N , 118 34 49 W Elevation : 3451 feet

Dutchsinse Radiation Monitoring: Howell, Utah 79.9 CPM


Curious, why didn’t he wait and take measurements from the rain for a comparison? If the rain was that close he could have hung out for a couple minutes and drive through the rain, then used a paper towel to soak up the rain from the front  bumper which is exposed to the most rain, hence the radiation. I’m not trying to be cynical so please correct me if I’m wrong, but scientific, thorough and well thought out  aren’t things that are coming to mind when the radioactivity is being carried in the rain where cows and other animals that we consume, have ingested radioactive water, grass, seed.

Rainwater gets into the water tables and makes it’s way up the food chain from there, so if I were living in that area it would be nice to know how much radiation didn’t get “diluted” while on it’s journey across the Pacific ocean.

Uploaded by on Jun 9, 2011

Conversion chart for CPM to mSv/h is here:

http://www.mcgill.ca/ehs/radiation/basics/meter/

This measurement was made on June 8, 2011 at approx. 200pm MST. It indicates ” HIGH moderate levels” of radiation. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …

http://www.radiationnetwork.com

Radiation background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 79.9 CPM .

Statistics:
Total 10 minute count = 799 = 79.9 CPM
Location: Howell, Utah
Coordinates : 41 50 31 N , 112 26 05 W
Elevation : 4658 feet

Dutchsinse Radiation Monitoring: Elevated “Mid-High” Radiation levels in Colorado


As Dutch and his wife drove through Kansas the radiation levels stayed around 45-50CPM, so Kansas your looking good in dry weather! But, once they got into Colorado the levels shot up to around 85-100CPM which probably has to do with being in the higher elevations closer to where the radiation is traveling in the atmosphere. Since there were so many video’s,  links to all of the video’s are below along with the statistical data on each measurement. Since 2012 The Awakening only mirror’s Dutch’s work, if you have any questions for him please direct them to his website or YouTube channel. Thank you!
Video number 1 In El Dorado Canyon, Colorado…. This measurement was made on June 5, 2011 at approx. 530pm CST. It indicates “alert level” radiation levels. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …
It is worthy to note the elevation, and the surroundings.. Alpha and Beta should NOT be coming this far off the “rocks” around us… also I have done a test against the rocks themselves to show the difference. Rocks are putting off about 200CPM or MORE!!!

This is high, even when compensating for time of day (sunset = low solar radiation) elevation, and geology in the area. 5-6000 feet should NOT be bringing in 100CPM.
http://www.radiationnetwork.com

First background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 101.0 CPM.
Statistics:
Total 10 minute count = 1010 = 101..0 CPM
Location: El Dorado Canyon, Colorado
Coordinates : 39 55 48 N , 105 17 12 W
Elevation : 5950 feet
Measurement… More

Conversion chart for CPM to mSv/h is here:
http://www.mcgill.ca/ehs/radiation/basics/meter/

Video number 1 In Boulder County , Colorado…. This measurement was made on June 5, 2011 at approx. 715pm CST. It indicates ” HIGH moderate levels” of radiation. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …
http://www.radiationnetwork.com

First background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 77.6 CPM.
Statistics:
Total 10 minute count = 776 = 77.6 CPM
Location: Doudy Draw Trailhead –Boulder County, Colorado
Coordinates : 39 56 15 N , 105 15 23 W
Elevation : 5658 feet

Measurement taken: ten mintue long CPM measurements using the “inspector alert” nuclear radiation monitor (geiger counter)
From the inspector alert geiger counter manual:

“CPM (or CPS) and total counts are the most direct methods of measurement; mR/hr (or uSv/hr) is calculated using a conversion factor optimized for Ce… More

Conversion chart for CPM to mSv/h is here:
http://www.mcgill.ca/ehs/radiation/basics/meter/

Video number 1 In downtown Denver, Colorado along the 16th street mall…. This measurement was made on June 6, 2011 at approx. 1205AM MST. It indicates ” HIGH moderate levels” of radiation. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …

http://www.radiationnetwork.com

First background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 82.0 CPM
Statistics:
Total 10 minute count = 820 = 82.0 CPM
Location: 16th & Broadway — Downtown Denver, Colorado
Coordinates : 39 44 33.51 N , 104 59 19.33 W
Elevation : 5234 feet

Measurement taken: ten mintue long CPM measurements using the “inspector alert” nuclear radiation monitor (geiger counter)
From the inspector alert geiger counter manual:

“CPM (or CPS) and total counts are the most direct methods of measurement; mR/hr (or uSv/hr) is calculated using a co… More

Sorry for the wind overpowering in the video… it was 50+ mph gusts today in Wyoming as we were driving through !

Conversion chart for CPM to mSv/h is here:
http://www.mcgill.ca/ehs/radiation/basics/meter/

This measurement was made on June 7, 2011 at approx. 1215pm MST. It indicates ” HIGH moderate levels” of radiation. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …
http://www.radiationnetwork.com

Radiation background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 77.6 CPM .
Statistics:

Total 10 minute count = 776 = 77.6 CPM

Location: Granite, Wyoming
Coordinates : 41 5 52 N , 105 3 32 W
Elevation : 6920 feet

Measurement taken: ten mintue long CPM measurements using the “inspector alert” nuclear radiation monitor (geiger counter)
From the inspector alert geiger counter manual:

“CPM (or CPS) and total counts are the most direct methods of measurement; mR/hr (or uSv/hr) is calculated… More

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*note im having major upload problems, currently sitting in a starbucks to get any kind of upload progress.. I have been trying to upload now for about 24 hours!! This upload has taken 100 minutes to upload.. a TEN minute video is taking 100 minutes!!!
So expect the other 5 geiger counter videos from Kansas , and 6 geiger counter videos from here in Colorado sometime in the next day or two. Going to purchase an AT&T laptop connect card to end this madness.
This measurement was made on June 4, 2011 at approx. 300pm CST. It indicates “elevated mid level” radiation levels. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …
http://www.radiationnetwork.com

First background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 54.4 CPM.
Statistics:
Total 10 minute count = 544 = 54.4 CPM
Location: Salina, … More

Dutchsinse Radiation monitoring from Salinas,KS


Okay Dutchsinse fans, I’m going to be completely honest.  Now that he’s on the road on this big trip he’s been talking about, I’m not at all impressed with Dutch’s method of collecting radiation measurements. Doing a “sniff” test from the air or on dry grass means absolutely nothing when the radiation is coming down in the rain, contaminating gardens, wells and anything else exposed to rainwater.

Dutch has been informed and asked to take measurements properly, by using a paper towel soaked with rainwater. Which he has done in the past, but is not demonstrating here.  As far as I’m concerned this is a waste of time and bandwidth to post these video’s, I’ll keep my eye on the monitoring and if anything out of the ordinary comes up I’ll post it for you. If you want to see all of his monitoring video’s you can also watch them at Dutchsinse.com or his YouTube channel at Dutchsinse.

Uploaded by on Jun 6, 2011

Conversion chart for CPM to mSv/h is here:

http://www.mcgill.ca/ehs/radiation/basics/meter/

This measurement was made on June 4, 2011 at approx. 315pm CST. It indicates “elevated mid level” radiation levels. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …

http://www.radiationnetwork.com

First background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 54.4 CPM.

Second background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 50.6 CPM.

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statistics:

Total 10 minute count = 506 = 50.6 CPM

Location: Salina, Kansas

Coordinates : 38 52 40 N , 97 36 30 W

Elevation : 1215 feet

Measurement taken: ten mintue long CPM measurements using the “inspector alert” nuclear radiation monitor (geiger counter)

from the inspector alert geiger counter manual:

“CPM (or CPS) and total counts are the most direct methods of measurement; mR/hr (or uSv/hr) is calculated using a conversion factor optimized for Cesium-137, so this mode is less accurate for other radionuclides, unless you have calibrated the “geiger counter” for a specific radionuclide using an appropriate source. It is more appropriate to measure alpha and beta activity using CPM than using mR/hr. Conversion for alpha and beta emitters is calcuated differently, and the “geiger counters” reading in mR/hr may not be accurate.”

Dutchsinse Radiation Tests = 59.2 – 52.4 CPM from MELTED HAIL from Saint Louis, MO


From: dutchsinse  | May 25, 2011  | 3,379 views
This measurement was made on May 25, 2011 at approx. 645pm CST. It indicates “elevated mid level” radiation levels. Alert level is considered anything over 100CPM by the radiation network …

http://www.radiationnetwork.com

First background measurement, taken over the course of 10 minutes was 59.2 CPM.

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statistics:

Total 10 minute count = 592 = 59.2 CPM

Location: Saint Louis, Missouri

Coordinates : 38 36 6 N , 90 15 50 W

Elevation : 527 feet

Measurement taken: ten mintue long CPM measurements using the “inspector alert” nuclear radiation monitor (geiger counter)

from the inspector alert geiger counter manual:

“CPM (or CPS) and total counts are the most direct methods of measurement; mR/hr (or uSv/hr) is calculated using a conversion factor optimized for Cesium-137, so this mode is less accurate for other radionuclides, unless you have calibrated the “geiger counter” for a specific radionuclide using an appropriate source. It is more appropriate to measure alpha and beta activity using CPM than using mR/hr. Conversion for alpha and beta emitters is calcuated differently, and the “geiger counters” reading in mR/hr may not be accurate.”

Link to Second Test:
Total 10 minute count = 577 = 57.7 CPM
Link to Third test:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjN6hQnDO-M&feature=player_profilepage
Total 10 minute count = 524= 52.4 CPM

NOTE: Recently a reader who’s been doing independent tests of his own in the Toronto area, informed me that for some odd reason the decay rates on the radiation are extremely fast.  So fast within a day or two the radiation levels are down to nothing! Meaning we can avoid serious contamination by staying out of the rain and not ingesting any garden vegetables or fruits for a couple days, by giving the radiation time to decay.

To my knowledge, the only thing that can explain this would be an explanation I heard Sean David Morton give to Kerry Cassidy on their latest Livestream interview. It’s a documented fact that here has been a tremendous amount of UFO activity over the Fukushima Daiichi Nucelar plant since the meltdowns occurred after the tsunami.  He said they are apparently helping to reduce the effects of the radiation coming from the plant, which I have also heard from other sources.

If you take a look at the above readings, each result had gone down several points. I’m going to suggest that in the future Dutchsinse retests the samples repeatedly throughout the day to see if he gets the same results as the reader in Toronto – whether he follows the suggestion is another story entirely. I asked the reader to contact Dutch with his findings, so far I see no indication that he’s retesting the same samples over a 24hr period.

If anyone else has experienced these results, or knows why the decay rates would decline so rapidly  please leave a message in the comments area so we can talk.

Thank you, Annette

Dutchsinse on NBC Newschannel 5 w/ Leisa Zigman — Fukushima Radiation = LOW


From: dutchsinse  | May 20, 2011  | 301 views

5/20/2011 – St. Louis, Missouri: Dutchinse was featured on tonights Friday night, 10 o’clock news!
NBC Newschannel 5 KSDK w/ Leisa Zigman have run a series of tests on ground water / precipitation here in Missouri. All tests came back “low”. This is the portion that aired on TV the rest should be available soon via an online view capability. Cheers to all involved and thanks to Leisa Zigman, investigatvie reporter @ NBC Newschannel 5 here in Saint Louis, Missouri.

ALSO since there is a VERY good cause that Leisa Zigman supports wholeheartedly, here is a link for the Race for the cure, if you can affored to drop them a donation… please do!!!

http://www.komenstlouis.org/site/PageServer?pagename=invo…

Here is the link to the main KSDK newschannel 5 website:

Keep an eye out for the video of me @ the St. Louis arch taking readings…. to post on http://www.ksdk.com

I don’t know exactly how long they wait before putting it up on their website.

Much love to one another :^)

Dutchsinse

*I am featured in this specific KSDK NBC newschannel 5 story — therefore I do legally have the ability to upload the feature portion here on youtube without any copyright claim worries from NBC*

Dutchsinse Radiation ALERT! NILU – Norsk Institute = ZARDOZ, Radiation VERY HIGH levels


Lets get this information out, make it go viral before try to make it disappear. This is the biggest cover-up in human history, the media along with world governments are criminally negligent for failing to properly inform citizens about the threat and how to prevent, or treat radiation exposure. So we must take care of each other, save the information and then please pass this video on…thanks!

More from Dutch below…

From: dutchsinse  | May 12, 2011  | 13,338 views

Save these NILU forecast files NOW, backup, mirror and share IMMEDIATELY before they take it all down with the rest of the information!!!

http://zardoz.nilu.no/~flexpart/fpinteractive/plots/?C=M;O=D

what is zardoz?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbGVIdA3dx0&feature=re…

and here is the information on ZARDOZ  the post apocolyptic NUCLEAR FALLOUT world where Sean Connery plays a “mutant” and human reproduction is considered bad.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zardoz

high levels of radiation have been released from fukushima!

http://enenews.com/email-from-japanese-govt-officials-say…

prophetic seer will be mirroring the content soon:

http://www.liveleak.com/c/propheticseer

so will mike from patrioticspace:

http://www.youtube.com/patrioticspace

and I will have copies up over at http://www.dutchsinse.com

this WILL NOT disappear like the last high forecasts showing EXTREMELY HIGH levels of Cesium, Xenon, and Iodine over the USA and Canada.

thanks to youtube user : JouleNinja

http://www.youtube.com/user/JouleNinja

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