Radiation: Testing times - The Economist

Radiation: Testing times

Radiation: Testing times - The Economist
Radiation: Testing times
Published Sep 11, 2004
618 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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There is now evidence that radiation damage can be passed down the generations DURING the 1950s, one of the least inviting holiday destinations on the planet would have been Semipalatinsk, in Kazakhstan. It is a mere 150km (about 100...

  
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