This book, as of , hasn't been published yet or even written? So how can people have rated it? It's been promised by the author for 2 decades but never delivered. View 1 comment. Oct 24, William Whitmore marked it as to-read. I keep looking to see if book 5 has turned up, I would prefer if the author just said I am not going to write anymore in this series and put us out of the misery of waiting.
Apr 06, Gunther Rogahn rated it did not like it. I refuse to read anything by this jackass until he finishes this series. He's been lying about it for 20 years or so. Kent Archie rated it really liked it Apr 01, Tim rated it really liked it May 01, Robbert rated it really liked it Aug 07, William Whalen rated it it was amazing Jun 15, Judy rated it really liked it Jun 21, Jasper rated it really liked it Jan 22, William O'Neill rated it it was amazing Nov 02, Alan Jeddeloh rated it liked it Feb 17, Produced By Bob Williams UK Unit Tony Noble Art Assistant Charlotte Glasgow Art Assistant Annie Mitchell Art Assistant Johnny Stroud Art Assistant Bret Zausmer Los Angeles Unit Matt Rakstins Runner Adam Driggers Runner Emmeline Hartley Runner Roe Moore Edit page.
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Radioactive wastes such as spent fuel rods containing fissionable materials used in nuclear power generation and isotopes of cobalt and iodine used in cancer treatment and other medical applications emit ionizing energy that can harm living organisms.Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a page image below to browse page by page.