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Originally posted by boymonkey74
reply to post by CircleOfDust
Look I expalined to you in your first thread on ATS that we need proof, If you don't supply that proof or even a link your thread will be moved (like they have been).
Don't throw your dummy out of the pram because I among many here will take everything you say as just made up BS, you even admitted in one of your threads you were just having a laugh.
Now provide links and proof to your claims please.
Also people have proved all your claims are just plain wrong but continue to come up with wild crazy claims.
(Just see your final nail in the coffin for science thread)
A person who is unwilling to admit they are wrong even though the truth is staring them in the face is either stupid or mentally ill.edit on 31-7-2013 by boymonkey74 because: (no reason given)
If you trust that they have everything under control, always, then by all means...FLY, fly away!
Pilots flying high-altitude, high-latitude routes do receive exposures that put them in the top five percent of all radiation workers when ranked by dose. Even so, their exposures are generally no greater than half of the value which is permissible under the more strict European (compared with US) occupational standards. For male and female pilots, the primary risk of many years of exposure at these levels is the possibility of a small increase, about 1%, in their lifetime risk of cancer. For female pilots, issues related to pregnancy may also apply (other answers on this site address those concerns). Although the presumed increase in cancer risk is small, it is the right of all flight crewmembers to make a choice about the personal acceptability of this risk based on sound scientific principles and educated decision making.
I don't see any problem. If you need more help on these concepts though, that's what I'm here for.