[Admin: debunked at: http://geigercounter.com/california-beach-radiation-fukushima/ and below] The recent reports of slightly higher than normal radiation levels on a beach in San Francisco have been investigated by geigercounter.com, and they found that it's naturally occurring radioactive material, like granite. It's demonstrably not from Fukushima, because it has a different signature. http://geigercounter.com/california-beach-radiation-fukushima/ This is the spectra from the beach sample Sample of deck material from contaminated area of Fukushima Prefecture [/ex] The picture below is a geiger counter measuring the activity in a sample bag of the sand. The radiation level is elevated, but roughly equivalent to some granite counter top material from Brazil. ... see http://geigercounter.com/california-beach-radiation-fukushima/ [/ex] [Admin: Debunk above added for promoted post, OP Follows] I don't know if this is the proper spot to post this but if not I apologize. Recently I have been hearing that Fukishima radiation is reaching the west coast. I feel it is probably bunk, but I wanted to see if anyone else can help break this down and find out if there is any truth to it. Maybe its because this guy was in the sun and the detector picked up more background radiation that way. Mick I know you live in California so I wanted to see what you had to say. http://www.infowars.com/has-fukushimas-radioactive-wave-already-hit-california/ Of course it's our good friend Alex Jones who is pushing this, and I'm sure there is absolutely no way that he will use this to sell more nascent iodine, he just wants to warn everybody in the world because he cares so much...I'm sure his motives are pure.