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H Hor Hormesis
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Even if you believe in hormesis, which is the stimulatory effect of low doses of radiation,  the idea that adding radiation to populations is a good thing is remarkably and obviously flawed.  It only takes the intelligence of a fifth grade student to see this.  

There are two jagged lines. The lower one represents an arbitrary population.  Radiation exposure varies due to medical and industrial exposures.  Adding radiation reduces the amount of population within the hypothetical hormesis zone, raising everyone toward unhealthy exposures, especially those with already higher levels. 

   
 
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Falling out

https://www.businessinsider.com/army-spr...st-2012-10

"There are strong lines of evidence that there was a radiological component to the St. Louis study," Martino-Taylor said.

No worries the tooth fairy will make it ok....see children are still there.
 
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