[ RadSafe ] Member of European Committee on Radiation Risk: 400, 000 Fuku cancers based on health studies after Chernobyl | TheNuclear Engineering Department At UC Berkeley
Ludwig E. Feinendegen
feinendegen at gmx.net
Sat May 14 09:44:45 CDT 2011
I like to fully agree, and THANKS for the statement. Ludwig Feinendegen
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400, 000 Fuku cancers based on health studies after Chernobyl | TheNuclear
Engineering Department At UC Berkeley
> Mr. Roger Helbig's career was senior in federal engineering management,
> IIRC, Mare Island Naval Shipyard Code 200. We each were involved in the
> Base Realignment and Closure Commission of 1993 decision to close our
> facilities. We each provided input to the decision matrix and so saw
> its development from the inside, so to speak.
> Neither Helbig nor I purport to be scientists. Science is a way of
> thought that may lead to truth. Self-proclaimed scientists are not.
> Better an error from an honest man than dishonesty from a scientist.
> Doug Huffman
> Shift Test Engineer
> CNS, C. 2340.X retired
> Washington Island
> On 5/14/2011 07:26, Busby Chris wrote:
>> Dear Radsafers
>> This man Helbig has no scientific status, has published nothing, and
>> spends his time abusing real scientists. The ECRR which he is abusing
>> here has members who scientifically outrank (with research papers and
>> position)anybody on any of the so-called official risk agencies. You
>> know, i am sure, that the ICROP has no different status than the ECRR but
>> ICRP's members are different in that they have rarely done any research.
>> If you want you should look at the Lesvos Declaration on www.euradcom.org
>> which lists some of the ECRR scientists.
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