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Sure.  1% mortality per year corresponds to a live expectancy of 100 years.  2.8% yearly mortality give a life expectancy of 35 years.

You want me to believe that life expectancy near Sellafield is down to 35 years?!  Repeating the calculations with realistic numbers, it shrinks to just 27 years.

Unbelievable.

Regarding the simultaneously comment: that would mean, most people recover from their cancer, wouldn't it?  So cancer isn't all that deadly after all, is it?  So what's your point, really?  Are you maybe just spreading FUD, with invented figures nonetheless?

by ustenzel on Sat Aug 19th, 2006 at 06:14:34 AM EST
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