- Apr 28, 2004On Tue, Apr 27, 2004 at 11:31:29PM -0000, David wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "XK SAZ" <swezlex1@y...> wrote:Changing the topic a bit, this, but I'm beginning to believe the cancers
> > Do you think that radiation poisoning gives you cancer or do you not
> > "buy" that either?
> Sure it does. So do a lot of other things.
are result of some level of environmental "irritation" combined with a
severe inhibition of the immune system and other bodily repair
processes, an inhibition which seems to constitute a pandemic in the
Western world, at least.
Did you read about the professor who's just been fired for daring to
suggest that there actually is a safe level of sun exposure, and that we
shouldn't all spend the rest of lives living behind UV-filtering glass?
> > Some jobs within plants give such a high dosage of radiation thatNuclear power plants could probably be pretty safe if run competently.
> > they will only allow people to work on them for a couple hrs, then
> > they've hit their limit.
> I understand that. It's a safety precaution. What's your point?
The question is, how do you ensure such management?
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