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Submission + - Avoiding genetic damage with anti-radiation underwear (networkworld.com) 1

Mark Gibbs writes: If you're unlucky enough to live somewhere near Fukushima and particularly if you're even more unlucky enough to be one of the workers cleaning up the mess then protecting your genes would seem to be a really good idea and Yamamoto Corporation of Osaka, Japan, has the answer: Radiation-proof underwear.
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Avoiding genetic damage with anti-radiation underwear

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  • ...if the population of Japan, particularly in the relatively-rural region near the Fukushima reactor, were not well past reproductive age. They do realize they are in the second-oldest (demographically) country in the world, right?

    If the workers don't have protection already, something is very wrong.

1.79 x 10^12 furlongs per fortnight -- it's not just a good idea, it's the law!

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