Da Ed

Hey,so if you didn't know my name's Edward.I'm the kind of person who thinks a lot.Like when I stare at a clock,I think about the relevance of time,how the clock is made,how we have been a slave to time etc. etc. But I'm easy to get along with if you stop and listen.

Sooo,my blog address was created from a random wallpaper of Kakashi with the quote,the blood of one thousand and thus my blog was born!Ok so it's a bit random/macabre but it holds sentimental value so screw with having another url :P

Also don't mind me if I seem angry/sad/crazy at times.I blog on impulse XP

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Friday, February 16, 2007 2:41 PM
Milk lovers beware!!

CAESIUM-137, which is present in the fallout from nuclear explosions and is a potential hazard to man, is detectable in most components of the diet, but the chief sources are milk and dairy produce1,2. Models that predict levels of caesium-137 in the food chain and in man have been proposed3, but they are restricted to a given geographical region.

Because of diversity in dietary habits and food origins, we have attempted to relate the concentration of caesium-137 in man to its concentration in milk. This procedure should be satisfactory for extrapolation to the rest of the diet provided the variation of the concentration of caesium-137 in milk with time approximately parallels analogous variations in the remainder of the diet.