[ RadSafe ] Re: uranium solubility and acute and chronic exposures on the Russia-Georgia border

James Salsman BenjB4 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 13 17:20:50 CDT 2008

Dr. Johnson,

I have read Brodsky's 1996 and more recent work (e.g. "Public
Protection From Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Terrorism" with
other editors, 2004) and it should not surprise anyone that it does
not mention chemical mutagenicity -- a million times more mutagenicity
than the radioactivity in uranyl exposure, per A.C. Miller at the
USAFRBI -- or its reproductive toxicity, or its neurotoxcity, or its

Will it ever?


On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 2:40 PM, John R Johnson
<idias at interchange.ubc.ca> wrote:
> James
> Allen Brodsky would not agree with you. See his book "Review of Radiation
> Risks and Uranium Toxicity" RSA Publications, 1996.
> John
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> ----- Original Message ----- From: "James Salsman" <BenjB4 at gmail.com>
> To: "Radsafelist" <radsafe at radlab.nl>
> Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2008 1:07 PM
> Subject: [ RadSafe ] Re: uranium solubility and acute and chronic exposures
> on the Russia-Georgia border
>> In all the calls for censorship, there has been:
>> 1. Zero evidence that kidneys are the most important organ to consider
>> after acute or chronic uranyl exposure;
>> 2. Zero evidence that the health physics community has ever said
>> otherwise;
>> 3. Zero evidence that the present state of affairs leads to
>> inappropriate medical treatment for those exposed; and
>> 4. Zero evidence that attempts to correct the situation is a
>> "self-serving agenda."
>> Will any be forthcoming, or are we going to have another episode where
>> I'm the only one citing empirical science and everyone else is talking
>> about the theory that I have somehow misinterpreted things?
>> James Salsman
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