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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (milne_v)
Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
Date: 7 Oct 2002 09:47:06 -0700
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Keith R. Williams wrote in message news:...
> In article <1b0o9.8769$ue4.401264@bgtnsc04-
> news.ops.worldnet.att.net>, firstname.lastname@example.org says...
> > There is every indication that temperature control inside the home is still
> > going on - with breaks occasionally. A couple of days ago I found no
> > control - everywhere it was 68 deg F, or close to 63 deg F etc.
> I have a lot of control over the temperature, even in a radical
> socialist state. However, I'm a cheapskate and won't turn the
> heat on yet. Sonn I'll have to. I live in north, so...
> Gee, last night it was 60F in the house, and 40F outside. Maybe
> the commies here are after me!
> > However, last night the inside temperature was 70 deg F when the outside was
> > 60 deg F - well ventilated; and I was not even in the area; everything was
> > turned off except the fridge.
> ...and that's a heat pump, so it won't add any heat to your
> house. The cooling on the inside is balanced by the heat, hmm...
> Have you looked at the seals on the frig's door. They may be
> letting heat out.
Appendix G Electric and Magnetic Fields
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... A study conducted in Ontario, Canada reported on the
magnetic-field exposure of
a smaller group of children than in other recent studies (Green et
al., 1999a ...
Excerpt: example of E-Field limits
In Oregon A level of 9Kv/meter is set as a limit for areas accessable
to the public.
Thus, measuring E-field alone is usually sufficient to
determine if a safe radiation level is present ...
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