The Danger in Our Walls: A Brief Look at the Hazards of Gypsum, Phosphogypsum and the Phosphate Industry

'The Danger in Our Walls' reveals the radiation hazards in ordinary drywall and a look-alike building material banned domestically by the EPA in 1989 because of its low-level radioactivity. This material, phosphogypsum drywall, reportedly was imported from China and built into thousands of U.S. homes a decade ago. This e-book looks at the material's toxicity and its use throughout U.S. history. More

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About Andrew Kishner

Andrew Kishner is former webmaster and researcher of NuclearCrimes.org, an anti-nuclear, ad-free website comprised of essays, library research findings and action guidelines. Andrew closed his website (NuclearCrimes.org) in 2014.

Over the span of seven years, Andrew posted research on his website on a wide spectrum of nuclear and radiation topics including: 'Mighty Oak' (a nuclear test blunder), the Rongelapese, nuclear spacecraft re-entries, global nuclear testing fallout, radiation monitoring in the nuclear age, and radiation victim compensation.

Andrew is author of 'Crossing the Line: Trafficking and Torture of Human Guinea Pigs in 1950s U.S.-U.K. Atomic Test Biological Experiments', a short book addressing alleged human atrocities witnessed by 'atomic veterans' in the mid-1950's at atomic test sites in Nevada (USA) and Australia. He is also author of a book about radiation monitoring vulnerabilities since the Fukushima disaster. It is titled 'Rig, Rad, Run: Radiation Monitoring, Fukushima, and Our Nuclear Dystopia.'

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