The NRC tips its hand . . . .
The deadline for comment to the US NRC on the 100 mSv per year exposure proposal, also known as cancer for everyone, is tonight November 19th at 11.59 pm. http://www.regulations.gov/#!docketDetail;D=NRC-2015-0057 As outlined at the bottom of today’s blog post, these high levels will also increase risk of cardiovascular disease, cataracts, and other degenerative conditions, according to the ICRP. Thus, complaint to government officials and education needs to continue after this date. In particular, the NRC should be put under investigation for even considering this petition, which is both deadly and a waste of taxpayer money.
According to the US taxpayer funded National Academy of Sciences BEIR VII, Phase 2 (2006) report, for each 100 mSv of radiation exposure there will be an estimated 1,000 out of a population of 100,000, i.e. 1 in 100, who will get cancer, above and beyond cancers which already occur. This would be the…
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