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Mon May 21, 2012
Pu asked:
From the Boulder Library Oral History project, Len Ackland, one of my favorite writers, has this information, which explains why that site was selected, with unfavorable winds and large…
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Mon May 21, 2012
Pu asked:
Thank you all for your responses. Something I found last night in a report from Los Alamos, using the Bateman equations, it is shown the peak of activity for the Pu releases at Rocky Flats…
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Mon May 21, 2012
Mike Papantonakis answered:
If you can't find the information you need to satisfy your concerns, I would suggest you find a different area to move to. It's not worth all of the uncertainty. You will never feel comfortable living there. I would be surprised if the five parks development would have been allowed if the risks for exposure were high. There's a reason why part of that area is reserved as a wildlife refuge. ... more
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Sun May 20, 2012
Jim Smith answered:
Here's a link to a Colorado Dept of Public Health study done in 1996:
http://www.cdphe.state.co.us/rf/soilsedstudy.htm
This link was on the website which I listed in my first post.
Also, there's a good article on page 5 of the pdf located on the following website which I created for the anti-beltway group (CINQ) when it was fighting possible compromise by the City of Golden: http://www.homeingolden.com. Page down to page 5 after the PDF opens on your screen.
Full disclosure: I'm on the board of that anti-beltway group and remain a vigilant and outspoken opponent (unlike my fellow Realtors) of the toll road and beltway proposals.
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