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"Don't know about other areas, here in Washington state we have fairly rigorous scien…"

Tom Mallard replied Mar 1, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

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"Perhaps in this case instead of detecting a gas a radiation counter, one that distin…"

Tom Mallard replied Feb 29, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

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"Exactly, yet it's the intrusion of regulation that makes having to do something abou…"

Tom Mallard replied Feb 3, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

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"An item of concern is that getting cancer has everything to do with breathing in som…"

Tom Mallard replied Feb 3, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

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"Well that's all very complex and to solve it without solving the groundwater part wh…"

Tom Mallard replied Feb 2, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

147 Mar 31, 2016
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"After posting I was recalling gas chromatography line absorption nothing fancy. Is t…"

Tom Mallard replied Feb 2, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

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"A reaction is to ask why gas spectrometry isn't used on air samples to actually meas…"

Tom Mallard replied Feb 2, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

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"Well, researching standard radon mitigation techniques, does't look like they're nee…"

Tom Mallard replied Feb 1, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

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"With a recent focus on installing a thermal-mass storage for existing homes as a sta…"

Tom Mallard replied Feb 1, 2016 to Radon: Truth vs. Myth

147 Mar 31, 2016
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"It works from this url the other still 404:   http://web.ornl.gov/sci/buildings/jump/"

Tom Mallard replied Nov 10, 2015 to Webinars: Innovators with ideas for defrost systems, btu sensors, or improving water heaters thermal energy storage are invited!

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