Radioactivity around Us

  • Published 2008


While a great deal is still unknown, enough, however, is already known to indicate that the hazards involved in the peaceful pursuit of the atom have often been exaggerated. The nature of the possible dangers is essentially clear, and if their extent and what can be called their modes of operation and specific effects are still matters of some expert disagreement and much popular conjecture, one can assert that the hazards are not such as cannot be controlled.

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@inproceedings{2008RadioactivityAU, title={Radioactivity around Us}, author={}, year={2008} }