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April 17, 2011



It would be nice to have a better reference for the regulatory limit than the Wikipedia page on it. I work on some of these Wikipedia articles, and it's typical that their value comes from yet another secondary source.

The actual NSC regulation would be nice. I would start here:

From which I find myself here:

Which seems to me, has nothing to do with concentrations at 30 km off shore. I find it damaging to the state of the public debate when there seems to be no objective way to deduce what the regulations are that are being exceeded and causing outrage.

Don't mean to be attacking you. This is insufficiency of what I would call the "collective conversation". Things would never be so convoluted if news actually used experts and provided references for their claims.

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