“Have a wonderful radioactive weekend and remember to Dodge the Rads, it’s dangerous out there.”
Facing a Dying Nation
“Be prepared for a shock, these annual totals are really big radiation numbers. The numbers are your annual exposure to the Rad. How much you already absorbed is really hard to find out. The Nuke Labs know how to do it, of course; but they aren’t telling unclassified residents.”
DESOLATION- Nothing changes when nothing changes.
2011 TOTAL ANNUAL GAMMA CPM: … 3,332,873,138 CPM.
TOTAL ANNUAL RADS FOR 2011 30XR
Total collected by 98 RadNet stations for 2011, January 1 to December 31, 2011.
2011 TOTAL ANNUAL GAMMA CPM:
That is: Three billion,
three hundred thirty-two million,
eight hundred seventy-three thousand,
one hundred thirty-eight Gamma CPM.
2011 TOTAL BETA CPM:
47,653,525 Beta CPM
That is: Forty-seven million,
six hundred fifty-three thousand,
five hundred twenty-five Beta CPM.
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