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We live in a radioactive world – humans always have. Radiation is part of our natural environment. We are exposed to radiation from materials in the earth itself, from naturally occurring radon in the air, from outer space, and from inside our own bodies (as a result of the food and water we consume). This radiation is measured in units called millirems (mrems).

The average dose per person from all sources is about 620 mrems per year. It is not, however, uncommon for any of us to receive less or more than that in a given year (largely due to medical procedures we may undergo). International Standards allow exposure to as much as 5,000 mrems a year for those who work with and around radioactive material.

(read more at the link and, just for fun, estimate your annual exposure to a combination of all sources of radiation).

The Breakthrough Institute: The Making of a Radiation Panic.

by Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus

One year after Fukushima, independent scientists working for the UN say bluntly that irrational fears of radiation poisoning will cause far more harm than the radiation itself.Not a single individual from the Japanese public received a dangerous dose, according to the early and informal analyses by the scientists. (read more at link above).

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