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, an anti-nuclear, ad-free website comprised of essays, library research findings and action guidelines. Andrew closed his website ( 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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