John Wayne "The Conqueror" ...


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Well i guess i agree then, the nuclear tests there and nuclear fallout, had no impact at all on the population in the surrounding areas. Just like the nuclear fallout had no impact on the areas close to or downwind Hiroshima or Nagasaki.


Happy Creepy Ass Cracka Not enough cases to make the case.

"The increase in leukemia deaths could be due to fallout or to some other unexplained factor. Here's what Lyon actually said in that study referenced in your last link.

But none of that stopped Lyon from trying (and failing) to prove the association.

In the end, it is logical that radiation exposure is not good for the body and in all likelihood did cause some increases in cancer in children exposed when they were younger. But the association with cancer in adults who were present in that area of the state is preposterous.