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Quantum Pendant Scalar Technology
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"Why does vital1 say 2170 CPM above background when the readout says 109 CPM?"

The 109 CPM is the background level at the end of the charting, after I had removed the pendant. The 2170 CPM is the peak of the chart minus the local background, when the pendant was placed on the detector.

No detector measures all the radiation present only a percentage of it. Most Geiger counter models in the west use Cesium-137 placed near the detector to tune the dose rate in uSv/hr, mR/hr etc., for that device. For these Geiger counters the dose shown on the Geiger counter display will be inaccurate for any other isotope detected in the environment, other than Cesium-137!

Different Geiger counter models can have very different sensitivities to different Isotopes.


"We know that handling the lead storage container is dangerous."

The lead storage container here is lined with tin.

"Did you consider if the pendant was less or more dangerous than lying on a black sand beach?"

11th October 2002 - Radioactive sand causes mutations in human DNA

Extracts:

The scientists identified 22 mutations in the mitochondrial DNA sequences of families living in the high-radiation area. By comparison, a control population living on white sand nearby only had one mutation. 

The research doesn't necessarily suggest a link between the 22 mutations and disease. "We intentionally analyzed a non-coding region of the DNA where mutations have no effect on health or on any other visible features," says Forster.

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(08-26-2018, 07:33 PM)Code Wrote: thanks Vital1!

Is 150 Bq a rough approximation coming from the pendant?  Do you have a feel for how dangerous the pendant is?  Say compared to wearing a pound of coffee or something?

I am not a health physicist so I am only expressing my opinion here.

I personally would not wear it or provide one to a family member or friend.

"Do you have a feel for how dangerous the pendant is?"

I take what I consider to be a very wise approach to radiation, The Precautionary Principle, keep your internal and external environmental radiation exposure as low as possible!
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(08-26-2018, 07:33 PM)Code Wrote: thanks Vital1!

Is 150 Bq a rough approximation coming from the pendant?

It would be actually much higher than that.

The scintillator Gamma radiation test result minus test chamber background was 230 Counts Per Second (CPS)

That is 230 Bq before you even adjust for the isotope detection efficiency differences of the scintillator test equipment.

If we were to use your suggested 30% efficiency for the scintillator test, it would work out at 767 Bq. This would be just for for the gamma component. (230 / 30 X 100 = 767)

This does not include the Beta and Alpha radiation the scintillator can't detect.

What you see on your radiation test equipment display only shows part of the radiation that is present! Each test instrument is like wearing glasses with a different colour filter, it only shows you a small part of reality.
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