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Posted 19 March 2011 - 09:49 AM

"Of course, nuclear power plants are totally safe, and can't cause much damage." page 129
"There is no danger of such fission getting out of control since there isn't really sufficient fissionable material present to cause much damage." page 129
"The radiation count of Earth has not been increased by bomb testing" page 135
"The basic principle is the liberal use of water. Large surfaces such as streets, walls, etc., can be dealt with by hosing down, as with fire-fighting equipment. The water used should be disposed of into drains, where the removed activity is harmless." page 24
"Water supplies might be somewhat affected, but most of the "fallout" would sink to the bottom of a reservoir, and can be removed completely by the ordinary domestic water softener." page 24

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