[ RadSafe ] Sternglass => Mangano scaremongering =>was:RE:Sci.Am. about Fukushima and US Pacific NW infant mortality
C.Busby at ulster.ac.uk
Mon Jul 11 04:05:06 CDT 2011
Are we allowed to use wikipedia as a source?
Dont believe its peer reviewed. I mean my own entry changes by the day as any person can (and does) hack into me. I have not changed anything in my entry in Wikipedia, it is a kind of battlefield.
I mean, I could start using www.llrc.org or www.greenaudit.org, or www.euradcom.org or www.bsrrw.org as references.
For myself i dont really mind but if we are having rules about assertioons and citations then maybe there should be some guidelines.
From: radsafe-bounces at agni.phys.iit.edu on behalf of Steven Dapra
Sent: Sun 10/07/2011 22:44
To: The International Radiation Protection (Health Physics) Mailing List
Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] Sternglass => Mangano scaremongering =>was:RE:Sci.Am. about Fukushima and US Pacific NW infant mortality
Wikipedia's entry on Sternglass is revealing.
In particular, read "Critical Responses" (for Alice Stewart's
comments of an aspect of Sternglass), and "Three Mile Island," for
other criticisms (including one from Arthur Tamplin, of all people).
On July 7th I wrote that over this weekend I would examine some 1969
proceedings at Hanford where Sternglass, spoke and report to RADSAFE
on what he said. For reasons beyond my control it will be sometime
this week before I can make good on this.
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