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July 10, 2018

Iredell County Thyroid Cancer

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From → Biology, Geophysics

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  1. Your theory does not depict the data we have. Sorry but not a strong theory on this according to our study.

    • Hi Susan,
      Thanks for reading. Most of the data I have seen your group tracking is coal ash/runoff from Marshall Steam Station. I realize coal ash includes traces of radioactive elements, none of which is good for us. My data is not meant to “depict” what you have. My data is meant to illustrate another source of ionizing radiation emissions from all power plants (Coal and Nuclear and Gas), which is the uninsulated high voltage transmission lines & substations that “snake” out from the power plants. It is not a theory that uninsulated high voltage transmission lines emit ionizing UVc radiation. It is also not a theory that there is a 250,000 volt uninsulated transmission line running through the Lake Norman High School student parking lot, which is encroaching on Duke’s published Right-of-Way guidelines. It is also not a theory that there is a 250,000 volt substation and high voltage transmission line crossing located at Brawley School Rd, close to other thyroid cancers, according to news articles I have read. It is also not a theory there are 2-3 times as many public exposure locations/mile to high voltage equipment in zip codes 28115 & 28117 then the rest of the county. I hope you all can determine the environmental cause. Let me know if you have any other questions.
      Thanks,
      Stewart

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