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Re: I just want to...
Technically you can never have a radiation free environment. If all of the technology on earth was completely gone, actually if everything simply did not exist on earth we would still be bombarded with radiation.
Radiation is such a plain term. It is to broad. There is radiation everywhere all the time. Even in a lead box there is probably still some radiation left.
This whole thread makes no sense, why is it even being debated? Is this just to make fun of these people? They have there beliefs, let them be. Unfortunately they will not return the same favor, leave us be.
Monmouth Junction, NJ
I agree...hate to say this but even with any sort of electronic equipment shutdown (which by the way doesn't subject you to ionizing radiation), you are still subjected to cosmic radiation, radon, and other naturally occuring sources of ionizing radiation.
Hope these same people don't use smoke detectors (contain Americium-241) or use old camping lanterns (mantles contain Thorium-90)
Laregely from natural sources and a little from man-made sources, we all still get around 300mrem/yr of exposure on average...
Me, I'm just going to wear my foil hat to keep the zoomies away...
Oh who am I kidding? I couldn't be posting this without my Linksys wireless router
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