[ RadSafe ] Seabrook Nukes and cancers: TFP
Baratta, Edmond J
EBARATTA at ORA.FDA.GOV
Wed Dec 7 08:09:12 CST 2005
When I went to the site below, I found that the eminent 'Scientist' Alec
Baldwin being quoted and realize that this information must be 'accurate'.
We analyzed thousands of samples after TMI and did not detect any
Strontium-90 or Cesium-137 in any of the milk samples from farms in that
region. Therefore I fail to see where the Strontium-90 came from.
Possibly from the 'Fallout' of the late 50's and early 60's. Certainly not
from TMI. However, if it came from 'Fallout' and or TMI, how can one
determine the origin? If Strontium-89 had been present in samples from the
latter, it would have come from TMI. Again, where did the 'new'
Strontium-90 come from that showed up in the 90's?
Edmond J. Baratta
Radiation Safety Officer
Tel. No. 781-729-5700 x 728
edmond.baratta at fda.gov
The above represents my view and not that of my Agency.
From: radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl [mailto:radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl] On Behalf
Of Steven Dapra
Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2005 9:43 PM
To: radsafe at radlab.nl
Subject: RE: [ RadSafe ] Seabrook Nukes and cancers: TFP
If you want the partisan's view on the Tooth Fairy Project, go to
Mangano et al. have published an article in The Science of the Total
Environment, Volume 317, Issus 1-3, 30 December 2003, Pages 37-51; (An
unexpected rise in strontium-90 in US deciduous teeth in the 1990s.) RPHP
links to the abstract, and if you want the entire article you can pay
American Elsevier $30.00.
sjd at swcp.com
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