10-million times the safe limit

Reading this article, you’d get the impression that a 10-million times increase in radiation could possibly be bad for you.  Radiation in reactor’s building tests 10 million times above normal – CNN.com.

This exponentially dwindling amount of radiation means, according to Nishiyama, that it’s unlikely that sealife — and, several steps down the line, humans who might eat once contaminated seafood — will suffer greatly from the iodine-134 exposure.

Exponentially dwindling radiation levels mean that the radiation level started exponentially above normal radiation levels.

“Fry me to the moon,” is the lyric that comes to mind.

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