My tulips are blowing my mind. They almost never bloom because someone, whenever, planted them where they just don't get enough sun, but when they do, it's underwhelming. Seriously. There's only four of them, and they wanly try to shoot up at least a leaf every year, but this year they, all four, have shot up all their leaves and all four have bright red blossoms on them. The forget-me-nots near them are also a darker blue. I'd be singing odes to my compost right now, except compost didn't interest them before and this year there is lots of nice, benign, radiation urging them to new heights.
I'd like you to contemplate that these numbers they set to call "safe levels" are NOT safe. They are merely the levels below which there is no data to prove its malignancy. This is a crucial distinction, and everyone trying to sooth your fears about this matter is deciding for you that it's best not to ALARM you. Alarm has its good points, especially if you are not a pinhead. Yes, yes, it has been established that the United States does have the highest pinhead to average adult ratio on Earth and in history, but shielding you from information that can be crucial to your health ONLY perpetuates that.