[ RadSafe ] Mike Brennan is Retiring (Brennan, Mike (DOH))

Otto Raabe ograabe at ucdavis.edu
Sat Jul 30 12:12:31 CDT 2016

July 30, 2016

Somewhat elevated levels of background ionizing radiation tends to have 
reduce cancer rares. States like Colorado that have elevated levels of 
ionizing radiation tend to have lower cancer rates.

Otto Raabe


On 7/29/2016 2:04 PM, Peter Miller wrote:
> Dear Mike Brennan & All,
> As a non-expert living a couple of hundred km from Fukushima, seeking
> enlightenment on radiation health, I have found your posts to be
> informative, reasonable, and even entertaining. Your pragmatic and
> level-headed view of topics often fraught with controversy is most
> welcome. I trust you will not lack for interesting things to do in
> retirement, and will continue to offer your wit and wisdom to this
> fine group whenever possible.
> Kind regards,
> Peter Miller
> Kamakura, Japan
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