Radon Therapy Boulder Montana

Sleeping With Chronic Joint Pain

Joint pain is a common condition that has many different causes. Almost 15 million Americans live with the severe discomfort of joint pain each day, and the figure is rising. Joint pain has a variety of causes – injuries such as sprains and strains, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia and gout can all be responsible for […]

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This Incredible Use for Radon Will Blow Your Mind

From an article on the PatientWorthy.com website This Incredible Use for Radon Will Blow Your Mind Widely used as a cancer therapy and to help relieve pain from autoimmune diseases, radon therapy is gaining popularity, especially for people looking for a ankylosing spondylitis (AS) treatment. Pam Alvarez, featured on Radonmine.com, swears by the radon mines […]

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Free Enterprise Mine Used in Far Cry 5 Video Game

The video game Far Cry 5 was modeled after the Free Enterprise mine, several summers ago developers came and photographed and toured the mine. The game is identical to our underground tunnels with the addition of toxic fumes called “bliss” and some barrels. Here is an image from the game.

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Editorial-When scientists fail at science: why low-dose radiation exposure is not to be feared

September 30, 2015 By Jeffry A. Siegel, PhD Charles W. Pennington, MS, MBA and Bill Sacks, PhD, MD The following op-ed was rejected by a popular physics journal and seven of the country’s leading newspapers, including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Washington Post, and LA Times. It is at least as […]

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Radon: Risk and Reality – the facts

Caoimhín P. Connell Forensic Industrial Hygienist Forensic Applications Consulting Technologies, Inc. 185 Bounty Hunter’s Lane, Bailey CO 80421 Tel: 303 903-7494 Introduction A large portion of the general population is under the impression that the scientific community has concluded that exposure to indoor radon conclusively causes cancer, and that there is scientific consensus of this […]

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Nuclear Radiation and Health Effects

Radiation | Nuclear Radiation | Ionizing Radiation | Health Effects. from World Nuclear Association – Updated January 2015 “Low-level radiation effects” A lot of research has been undertaken on the effects of low-level radiation. The findings have failed to support the so-called linear no-threshold (LNT) hypothesis. This theory assumes that the demonstrated relationships between radiation […]

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Hot Spots: Earth’s 5 Most Naturally Radioactive Places | WebEcoist

Hot Spots: Earth’s 5 Most Naturally Radioactive Places | WebEcoist.

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A Sane and Sober Look at the USS Reagan Radiation Contamination Incident

A Sane and Sober Look at the USS Reagan Radiation Contamination Incident. by Brian Hanley, February 6, 2014, International Policy Digest (.org) “The proposition that the USS Reagan crew were contaminated with significant doses of radiation is not credible. Suggestions that the US Navy is somehow hiding something because the ship was not brought back […]

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Indoor Radon Levels and Lung Cancer Incidence on Guam

Indoor Radon Levels and Lung Cancer Incidence on Guam. Abstract Radon (Rn) is a naturally occurring, radioactive gas that impacts air quality world-wide. It is a known carcinogen and considered by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) to be the second leading cause of lung cancer after tobacco smoking. Of several known isotopes […]

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The 25 Best Nerd Road Trips | Popular Science

The 25 Best Nerd Road Trips | Popular Science. Free Enterprise Radon Health Mine Geoff Manaugh and Nicola Twilley/v-e-n-u-e.com Boulder, Montana N 46.271749 / W 112.154152 Visitors to this former uranium mine pay to sit in lounge chairs 85 feet belowground and breathe the radon gas seeping from the tunnel’s rock walls. The facility, founded […]

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Philadelphia Inquirer article on “Scientists study using low-dose radiation” – radon.gal@gmail.com – Gmail

Philadelphia Inquirer article on “Scientists study using low-dose radiation” – radon.gal@gmail.com – Gmail. Response by Mohan Doss – used with permission: Mohan Doss Sep 9 (1 day ago) to Patricia Dear Pat, FYI: Recently a reporter from our local newspaper Philadelphia Inquirer interviewed me over phone for about an hour talking about my work in the […]

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Scientists study using low-dose radiation – Philly.com

Scientists study using low-dose radiation – Philly.com. By Marie McCullough, Inquirer Staff Writer POSTED: September 08, 2013 In very rare cases, using radiation to kill the primary tumor of a patient with metastatic cancer leads to the disappearance of tumors throughout the body. Scientists can’t explain this amazing collateral effect, but it seems to activate an […]

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Toxicologist says NAS panel ‘misled the world’ when adopting radiation exposure guidelines

Toxicologist says NAS panel ‘misled the world’ when adopting radiation exposure guidelines. Aug. 13, 2013 — In two recently published peer-reviewed articles, toxicologist Edward Calabrese of the University of Massachusetts Amherst describes how regulators came to adopt the linear no threshold (LNT) dose-response approach to ionizing radiation exposure in the 1950s, which was later generalized to […]

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Why Everything You Know About Cancer And The Environment Is Wrong – Forbes

Why Everything You Know About Cancer And The Environment Is Wrong – Forbes. by Patrick Michaels, Forbes contributor – Aug. 8, 2013 Perseveration on global warming naturally inclines one to seek out other areas of  “science” where things aren’t exactly what they so obviously are, which brings me to the remarkable work of the most […]

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The 25 Best Nerd Road Trips | Popular Science

The 25 Best Nerd Road Trips | Popular Science.

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