when I went to Tennesse there were many signs that said the fish caused cancer. The signs posted ...
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by ayvasmith24 |
March 09, 2021 15:54 |
when I went to Tennesse there were many signs that said the fish caused cancer. The signs posted would say you could only eat 3 or 4 fish because they cause cancer but they never explained why.
Well, another question for you. Was the land / water under control of the Tennessee Valley Authority (i.e WWII nuclear authority in Tennessee)? That's the only quick thought that comes to mind. But pollution from industrial sources is always possible.
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