[ RadSafe ] Strontium in milk in Hawaii?
maurysis at peoplepc.com
Tue May 31 19:31:25 CDT 2011
I think EPA outlawed it in Hawaii and Alaska -- maybe you can buy some
in Nevada or surely in California ...... would you like me to check for
it here in Texas? <g> Sr-90 today; CO2 tomorrow .... then all AGW to
On 5/31/2011 7:19 PM, Steven Dapra wrote:
> May 31
> Has any Sr-90 been measured in milk in Hawaii?
> Steven Dapra
> At 09:07 AM 5/29/2011, you [Chris Busby] wrote:
>> There is no physics or chemistry based basis for this idiocy. How can
>> borax help in this situation? If the cows are contaminated the milk
>> is contaminated. Boron absorbs neutrons in a neutron field. I hope
>> there are no neutrons inb the cows.
>> They could perhaps push out the uranium and strontium with calcium
>> supplements. That might work. Its the Sr and U and PU that are the
>> nasty nuclides here in the milk.
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