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Articles: Radiation
1How To: Make a Dry Bucket
ncluded as a link in the Kearney Fallout Meter article, a dry bucket allows you to create a low-moisture environment for working with electro-statically sensitive equipment.
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2How To: Make a Kearney Fallout Meter
A Home-made Radiation Meter that Requires No Batteries? A scientist named Cresson H. Kearney, at the Oak Ridge Laboratory, designed this meter. It's simple to make and may save your life.
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3New Again: Radiological Survey Meters
During the "cold war" years of the 1950's and 60's, America began stockpiling hardened nuclear shelters with all sorts of food and equipment. One of the very "hi-tech" devices put out into these shelters were the radiological survey meters. Your Rogue Turtle bought one and, after all these decades, tracked down a company that can re-calibrate these valuable tools.
Also in:   Tools
4Opinion: Post-Nuclear Disaster
If there were a nuclear disaster, would you really want to be one of the survivors? I have studied various scenarios for nuclear events and share some thoughts on what could happen.
Also in:   OpinionsSafety
5Reference: Location of US Nuclear Plants
Do you live near one of the 130+ nuclear plants in the US? Not sure? Here is a summary of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's list of plant locations.
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