Int. J. of Low Radiation   »   2008 Vol.5, No.1



Title: Abundant health from radioactive waste


Author: T.D. Luckey


Address: 1719 Brandon Woods, Dr. Lawrence, KS 66047, USA


Abstract: When beliefs are abandoned and evidence from only whole body exposures to mammals is considered, it becomes obvious that increased ionising radiation would provide abundant health. The best source for that increased exposure is radioactive waste. A radiation deficiency is seen in a variety of species, including rats and mice; the evidence for a radiation deficiency in humans is compelling. We live in a partial deficiency of an essential agent, ionising radiation. Health benefits from increased chronic exposure are briefly reviewed. Safe radiation supplementation with waste from nuclear reactors is examined.


Keywords: cancer; growth; human health; lifespan; nuclear workers; radiation deficiency; radiation supplementation; radioactive sculptures; radioactive waste; radon; ionising radiation; low radiation; safe radiation; nuclear waste; radiation exposure.


DOI: 10.1504/IJLR.2008.018820


Int. J. of Low Radiation, 2008 Vol.5, No.1, pp.71 - 82


Available online: 18 Jun 2008



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