According to RadNet, the United States’ radiation monitoring newtork, Northern Indiana is experiencing extremely high levels of radiation — up to 100 times higher than normal.
Live records for a radiation monitoring station near the border of Indiana and Michigan have shown radiation levels as high as 7,139 counts per minute (CPM). At 1:55 a.m., Eastern time, the radiation level was at 2,558 CPM and dropping. The level has varied between 2,000 CPM and 7,000 CPM for several hours.
Normal radiation levels are between 5 and 60 CPM, and any readings above 100 CPM should be considered unusual and trigger an alert, according to information listed on the RadNet website.
RadNet has not yet issued an alert regarding this issue or stated whether the monitor may be malfunctioning.
This high level of radiation is taking place in the exact same location where 60′ trees were recently snapped and earthquakes were recently felt by residents as described in this video.
Black Cat reads over 3500 for the same area. www.blackcatsystems.com/RadMap/map.html