[ RadSafe ] FW: [UnplugSalem] Fw: Chernobyl 20 year later

Brian Rees brees at lanl.gov
Tue Apr 11 13:06:15 CDT 2006

Awwww, come on Sandy.  There were what, 400,000 people involved in the 
clean-up, in one fashion or another?  They were older folks (working age at 
least, and what's the life expectancy?  He never SAID they died from radiation!
I'm sure the newspapers did have an article stating what was cited, just 
because it's o the Op-Ed pages doesn't make it unwritten.

Just because it's distorted doesn't mean it isn't so!

Jeez, and just because you listen to people who don't have to distort and 

(Obviously) my own personal opinion.
Brian Rees

At 11:08 AM 4/11/2006, Sandy Perle wrote:
>I just attended the NCRP Meeting in DC an the focus of this meeting
>was Chernobyl, 20 years later. The presenters included the most
>knowlegable from USA, Russia and other countries, where real data was
>presented. This included government, scientists, IAEA and medical
>doctors. What Norm provides below is absolutely incorrect and should
>be significantly defended against. For example, 40,000 clean-up
>workers did NOT die. Contamination levels DO exist, but have not
>affected new life from starting in these araes. As a matter of fact,
>there are not new species of animals living in these araes where they
>have never existed in the past.
>Pure propaganda below. Not unexpected. Take a number and simply add a few 
>ending zeros. They continue to propogate false data and do much harm to many.
>Sandy Perle
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>Global Dosimetry Solutions, Inc.
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