[ RadSafe ] Radioactive contamination unearthed at former rocket test site near Los Angeles - U.S. News
Holcomb, Robert D
dholcomb at austin.utexas.edu
Fri Dec 14 12:54:05 CST 2012
So Funny. We always find the radioactivity above background in my shaker of "No Salt" (KCl) during the rad training for instruments...oh my, death literally on a plate. Call the decon teams, "23-19"!!
R. DeWayne Holcomb, CHP, CLSO
The Univ. of Texas at Austin
EHS - Radiation & Laser Safety
(512) 471-2038 Office
From: Steven Dapra [mailto:sjd at swcp.com]
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2012 8:54 PM
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Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] Radioactive contamination unearthed at former rocket test site near Los Angeles - U.S. News
From the NBC article:
"Technicians collected 3,735 soil samples from a corner of the 2,850-acre hilltop lab where most of the testing was done. Of those, they found about 10 percent contained radioactive concentrations exceeding background levels."
Yep. Time to panic. No doubt about it.
At 01:14 PM 12/13/2012, you wrote:
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