[ RadSafe ] Fwd: Two Chernobyl related publications in 21 Century Science and Technnology
howard.long at comcast.net
Mon Oct 25 13:49:02 CDT 2010
State of Fear victims (esp Hanford area) note that the Chernobyl graphs and pictures referred here by Bobby confirm there were NO increased gen pop deaths (ergo, thyroid ca "increase" was from more sensitive screening).
Cancer DECREASE is also shown for the population exposed to the higher (healthier) doses! Hormesis! Hanford folks, stop fberating nuclear power! If there were increased radiation
( my own measurements around Palo Verde showed not more there), people would benefit, as this reference shows again.
Pray that not so many Californians are similarly duped about more atmospheric CO2
damage that they continue to elect job-killers - as well as nuclear energy and drilling killers.
Begin forwarded message:
> From: "Scott, Bobby" <BScott at lrri.org>
> Date: October 25, 2010 10:31:07 AM PDT
> To: "Howard Long" <howard.long at comcast.net>, "Dan W McCarn" <hotgreenchile at gmail.com>, <dankane at mindspring.com>, <pvegid at smtpgate.dphe.state.co.us>, <edmond0033 at comcast.net>, <terryj at iit.edu>, <gstanford at aya.yale.edu>, <sal.shukla at va.gov>, <darrougj at onid.orst.edu>, <jjcl05 at yahoo.com>, <jim.hardeman at dnr.state.ga.us>
> Subject: Two Chernobyl related publications in 21 Century Science and Technnology
> To: Howard Long, Ed Baratta, Dan McCarn, Jeff Terry, George Stanford, Shailendra Shukla, Jim Darrough, Jerry Cohen, Philip Egidi, Daniel Kane, Jim Hardeman
> Hi All:
> Attached are the following two publications that I thought you may find to be of interest:
> Jaworowski Z. Observations on Chernobyl After 25 Years of Radiophobia. 21st Century Science & Technology, Summer 2010, pp. 30-45.
> Jaworowski Z. Belarus Repopulating Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. 21st Century Science & Technology, Summer 2010, pp. 46-47.
> Best wishes,
> Bobby R. Scott
> Senior Scientist
> Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute
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