posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 02:38 PM
I suppose we can tell that to the crew of the Widow maker Russian sub K-19 and the fire fighters in the Chernobyl meltdown?
Radiatation does affect some people different.
Best to keep clear of it in large doses, and thats common scense.
If you live next to a coal pile,figure wiping 8-15 years off your life.
It affects the organs of the body and thats not good.
We got his 1 study,and thousands of other scientist who have studied radiation.
Can't imagine what his theory is on anti-freeze coolant would be?
Not buying it.
On its safety.
In japan ,when the atomic bomb went off,others next to them melted away slowly,many others died at an early age also.
For a vast majority you are doomed.
I hope no nuke is ever used again.(But some idiot will)
Back then,I dont think they realized the sickness and sadness it would cause.
But the US did not want to waste 10's of thousands of lives either,
Russia also was eyeing Japan and would of wanted half of it.
There also has been many cases where those working in the radiation study labs died from it,it was on coast2coast,,its not secret, but just kept
This guy is obviously not going to re-write the book on radiation protocol.
Neat thread though.