Ok, I'm reading about browsers and such not working. Let me ask anyone out there what the SAFE LEVEL of radiation exposure is. I've been asking around and no one knows, or I'm given a stuttering response. Shouldn't the EPA have said what that is on their site? You guys are following GCPM, and I thought 130 was the threshold, but what about milli-sieverts? Is that per second? Wtf, why can't anyone get the information straight, informative, and THEN we can watch the EPA's non-functioning overloaded servers. Sure the EPA contracted their network out, saying, oh we get 150 hits per day, lalala, then when an actual catastrophe hits, server overload occurs. You people might as well run a full fledged ddos attack. You post links, and everyone links on them, definitely increasing the server issues. They never thought they'd ever have to withstand the onslaught of requests from an actual nuclear emergency, and due to budget restrictions they probably opted for mediocre power.
Tell me what the SAFE LEVEL is, PLEASE!!!!!! Give whatever units/per time measure, but make it a solid reference. THAT is the incompetence of the
EPA as well. Right now I am going by 130 CPM per day. Is that right or wrong? ANYONE?????