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Mon Mar 7 21:29:35 CST 2011

"This is an experiment. No real cancers are involved. But that's the
We're going to see if we can make a game of pure chance look like
real and meaningful.=20

Why? Because this week an official report in the UK stated that
from nuclear power stations does not cause increased levels of childhood

A conspiracy, allege critics. Statistical lies, say others. The problem
obvious, they argue.=20

The Committee on Medical Aspects of Radiation in the Environment
first investigated the question 25 years ago. It's still at it.=20

And the reason, both for some people's scepticism and for COMARE's
struggle to find a definitive answer, is the role of chance.=20

Can we recreate the problem? Here goes."=20

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Fred Dawson
New Malden

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