[ RadSafe ] Re: radsafe Digest, Vol 196, Issue 3

Bernard L. Cohen blc+ at pitt.edu
Mon May 11 10:18:35 CDT 2009

al at solidsurfacealliance.org wrote:
> Excellent point and one that if logic rules the discussion, ends the discussion.  If LNT is the generally accepted theory, any claims to the contrary have the burden of proof.   If the BEIR committee changes their position on LNT, I will be convinced.  Prior to that, right or wrong,  the radiation is chocolate crowd will lack credibility.
The "burden of proof" that LNT is not valid in the low dose region is 
contained in a paper I can send to any requester.

Bernard L. Cohen
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