[ RadSafe ] More on San Onofre
ahmadalanimail at yahoo.com
Sat Apr 7 23:13:41 CDT 2012
Found more links to the "possible" device,
It is possible that they are referring to this device:
A review of an expert in the field would be a useful addition to their presentation.
This hack allows for people concerned about radiation to use a Geiger counter with their iPhones
Geiger Bot is a free iOS app available on the App Store that displays a CPM reading from the clicks/beeps of a Geiger counter's speaker.
>On Sun, Apr 8, 2012 4:34 AM AST (Arabian) Steven Dapra wrote:
>> A quote from the article:
>>Anti-nuclear activists living near San Onofre have seized on the disaster [Fukushima] to argue that nuclear plants are unsafe.
>>"We saw what happened in Japan and we're terrified that it could happen right here in Southern California," said Patti Davis, a member of the local community groups San Clemente Green and San Onofre Safety.
>>Concerned residents in the area around the plant have bought Geiger counters that plug into smartphones and iPads to monitor for any potential radiation emissions from the plant.
>>Former nuclear executive Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Associates, a consulting company, prepared a report released last month that argued that design modifications in the newly installed steam generators, such as different alloy for the tubes, led to problems at the plant.
>> Yeah, tsunamis happen all the time in southern California. I would be terrified too.
>> Does anyone know what the story is on these Geiger counters that plug into smartphones and iPads? (I don't so much as know what a smartphone is, nor an iPad.)
>> Arnie Gundersen seems to be replacing David Lochbaum as the convenient expert scaremonger. His entry on Wikipedia:
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