Radioactive Forests Emit Radioactive Heavy Metal Poison Smoke As Wildfires Across Globe Increasing In Size; Areas Burned Have Doubled, Says US Forest Service Fire Science Lab And Journal Nature | A Green Road Journal

What makes it worse are nuclear accidents that spread heavy metal radioactive poisons all over the forests, which then absorb it. During a forest fire, they release this heavy metal radioactive poison in the smoke, contaminating everything downwind with these poisons and hot particles that are breathed in.

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  1. Get a geiger counter that measures alpha, beta, and gamma. For samples that have water. The water, has to be evaporated, leaving a residue. For other things with water, they should be dehydrated. Many smoke alarms have a radiation source in them, that will tell you how well your geiger counter is. Dont listen to bullshit, about background radiation.
    Radiation detection with a good detector is simple. Keep it so.

    You can tell with a radiation source, like a smoke detector or thorium welding rod, that your geiger is working properly. You will be able to tell, after getting a feel for the geiger counter.

    You will know that there is
    something radioactive around or, there are excess radionuclide particles, in the air.

    Samples can also be gathered and sent to laboratories for mass spectrometry analysis of what radionuclides are present. MARCO kaltofen does this.

    If you have a gamma scintillator and two good geiger counters, you can approximate what radionuclides are presents using extrapolation.

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    1. Get a modern pancake style geiger counter, NOT a cheap tube type detector, which measure almost none of the actual radiation out there, because it is so cheap and inaccurate. The cheaper the detector, generally speaking, the more inaccurate it is and the less radiation it will detect.

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