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Okay, I pointed out a mechanism I know of, which is missed in the paper, and would tend to explain known data. The rates of disintegration of potassium and carbon in the normal adult body are comparable a few thousand disintegrated nuclei per second. The idea simply hasn't established itself as notable.
The damage gamma rays produce is similar to that caused by X-rays and this damage includes burns and also cancers. Gamma rays are less ionizing than either alpha or beta particles, but they are more penetrating. But the citation doesn't actually back up what he wrote.
We have some editing to do. It is worth noting that the likelyhood of an individual being diagnosed with cancer increases as the individual gets older.
Plants convert atmospheric carbon into tissue by the process of photosynthesis. Yes, we have some cleaning to do. Carbon can be used as a radioactive tracer in medicine. It is a proper scientific paper.
Within a few years, other laboratories had been built. Several radioactive substances are carcinogens and their carcinogenic activity is attributed to their radiation.
For example, every person is hit by about half a million cosmic rays every hour. The carbon atoms are always decaying, but they are being replaced by new carbon atoms at a constant rate. This is known as the Cambridge half-life. Juckett showed that as the amount of cosmic ray activity increased, the number of people who died from cancer was also higher.