Blogger's Note: I was a user of ionizing radiation throughout my 33 year career at the Naval Research Laboratory. I used 50 and 100 keV X-ray machines and 1.5 meV gamma rays -- and was curator of the NRL gamma-ray source for a few years toward the end. We piled lead bricks around the business end of the X-ray machines when in use, and the gamma source was safely deep under water. All the same, whenever using these sources we were required to wear radiation badges, which were checked by the Health Physics group every month. We got warnings if we took noticeable doses. The U.S. govt used to care about its employees in back those days. Now it doesn't give a hoot if thousands of Americans who fly get dangerous doses...
Radiation scientists agree TSA naked body scanners could cause breast cancer and sperm mutations
Friday, December 03, 2010
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of NaturalNews.com