You cannot extrapolate from one localized problem
to any others in the absence of a shred of data.
You have no idea if the problem was caused by
toxins in the soil, water, or air 100% unrelated
to the nuke plant.
You also have no idea if that solitary nuke plant
released materials into the environment that are
either not present or never released by others.
You don't even know if the abnormalities you cite
are within the realm of mathematical probability
-- as was later demonstrated re. Love Canal and
other hysteria-driven environmental non-disasters.
It is still more dangerous to drive to the grocery
store than to build your house inside a nuke plant
and to bathe in the discharge water!
Or so the statistics would suggest ... doc
> I beg to differ in the matter of proximity near nuclear power plants...
> A few years back I lost a good friend --- 53 year old VE3NBE --- to a form
> of bone cancer. Ray lived right in the shadow of the Pickering nuclear power
> plant here in Ontario, Canada. His mother is still alive at 95, & his father
> passed away just before Ray did, at 96.
> Concurrent to Ray getting ill, two other similarly-aged males in the exact
> same block, who bought their homes at the same time, contracted the same
> form of cancer. A study that was conducted several years ago concluded that
> the rate of mis-carriages was significantly higher in that area, than in
> another immediately north.
> If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, it is a duck, in my books.
> Corporate agenda driven fraud is equally as fraudulent as any other kind.
> But don't let my unnscientific methodology discourage you from buying your
> retirement home next door to a nuclear plant near you, or discourage you
> from taking a dip in the warm, temperate waters adjacent to the plant's
> cooling towers!
> ~73~ Eddy VE3CUI - VE3XZ
Thanks! & 73,
... somewhere in FL
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