[ RadSafe ] The human sex odds at birth after the atmospheric atomic bomb tests, after Chernobyl, and in the vicinity of nuclear facilities

Steven Dapra sjd at swcp.com
Fri May 27 20:12:17 CDT 2011

May 27

         Shoot at the barn, paint the target around the bullet hole.

Steven Dapra

At 11:16 AM 5/27/2011, you wrote:

>>May 27, 2011
>The standard anti-nuclear model involves finding something that has 
>changed or gone wrong and claim that there is an association with 
>ionizing radiation exposures.  Whole books have been written with 
>this faulty approach. Everything that has gone right or improved 
>over the same time period is ignored. Any association that can be 
>found is claimed to be proof that the radiation exposure was 
>responsible. Obviously, association does not prove causation, but 
>that fact does not contribute to the anti-nuclear mind set.
>The world-wide ionizing radiation exposure from nuclear weapons 
>tests was trivial compared to natural exposures. The Chernobyl 
>Nuclear Power Plant accident exposures in Czech Republic, Denmark, 
>Finland, Germany, Hungary, Norway, Poland, and Sweden did not change 
>enough after1987 to justify causation. But, of course, human 
>dosimetry  is not  a part of these anti-nuclear studies. Only 
>associations are important. It is always assumed that that ionizing 
>radiation is the cause of any observed phenomena.
>Prof. Otto G. Raabe, Ph.D., CHP
>Center for Health & the Environment
>University of California
>One Shields Avenue
>Davis, CA 95616
>E-Mail: ograabe at ucdavis.edu
>Phone: (530) 752-7754   FAX: (530) 758-6140

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