and wont be buying new till someone tests the fish and reports readings. as they already reported it was contaminated way off shore. would like to here if any one with a good meter has tested it recently and what they found.
Typical handheld radiation instruments will have NO response from the levels we are talking about.
What you need is about $50,000 - $100,000++ worth of lab quality radiation instruments to measure these low levels.
Better instruments over the last 40 years are part of the problem. With high quality lab instruments VERY low levels of radioactive material can be detected in just about anything. Now factor in "20 times higher" you are getting into the area of 20 times nothing is still nothing.
20 times nothing is still enough to worry many people.
I add another angle to worry about. All this low level radiation comes from radioactive material like Cesium, Strotium and many more ium's.
Is the radiation bad for you? We we can all have our opions on that, but I think we can mostly agree that all these heave metals are NOT good for the human body.
So while most of us worry about the radiation maybe we should consider the toxic nature of the material that is the source of the radiation!