This depends very much on many variables. One thing might be much more deadly in some circumstances than something else. Radon in your basement might be deadly; radon in the atmosphere is irrelevant. Concentrated arsenic in his food (or in the wallpaper) may have killed Napoleon; other things in different situations may well be more deadly. It is also challenging to point to one single pollutant at the cause of death in many cases. In Libby, Montana, we know that asbestos pretty much caused the deaths of around 300 workers and residents, but usually it is much more complicated than one single thing.
Simple. Radioactive waste. It causes cancer. Lots of pollutants may cause cancer in strong enough amounts. But radioactive waste is a sure-fire killer.
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