[ RadSafe ] How many curies were involved in Hiroshima
sjd at swcp.com
Wed Jun 22 22:08:00 CDT 2011
At 02:45 PM 6/22/2011, you wrote:
>From: radsafe-bounces at agni.phys.iit.edu on behalf of Perle, Sandy
>Sent: Wed 22/06/2011 20:34
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>Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] How many curies were involved in Hiroshima
>One must also consider the issues that he referenced since there is
>more than just the effects from the reactors. However, if one can
>exclude all of those factors, which I doubt, and there is a 30% or
>higher incidence based on historical statistics, then I would have
>no problem agreeing with you. The issue in the head is reliable
>data, epidemiology and a sound foundation. This is often not reality
>when looking at these cohorts. As I stated earlier, I am not simply
>going with the notion that 100% nuclear is always the right way when
>considering cause/effect, but rather evaluate the data and then make
>the best decision available. One must consider all of the facts.
>Let's see where the data takes us, as long as it takes to make sure
>that the data is accurate and the appropriate data is being used in
>the analysis, without playing statistical games.
>Good. I agree. And we wont have to wait that long.
How long is "that long"? Cancer has a latency period of at
least 20 y.
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