[ RadSafe ] "New Yorker" article
sjd at swcp.com
Sun Oct 16 14:36:50 CDT 2011
How about something more up to date.
In what country and province or state is the Busby
Foundation incorporated or registered? Are the incorporation papers
available electronically, and if so may we have a link to
them? Where are the Foundation's magic pills ($75.00 per bottle) manufactured?
At 12:29 PM 10/16/2011, you wrote:
>The Susan Ross who had my boat before me was grand daughter of the
>Ross who founded the New Yorker. Small world.
>From: radsafe-bounces at agni.phys.iit.edu on behalf of William Lipton
>Sent: Sat 15/10/2011 19:38
>To: franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
>Cc: The International Radiation Protection (Health Physics) MailingList
>Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] "New Yorker" article
>Thank-you for your interest. It's good to know that someone reads my posts.
>Nevertheless, I'm confused by several of your statements:
> - Why do you consider this article "antinuclear?" You seem to think that
> any article that's not biased to a pronuclear mindset is "antinuclear."
> - You state that "Many papers are not on my 'reading list' ..." Does
> this mean that you haven't read this article? If so, how can you reach
> conclusions about it? BTW: "The New Yorker" is a highly regarded
> publication, with some of the best writers in the world on its staff. I
> suggest that you put this on your "reading list."
> - If, in fact, > 90% of the news on "radiation" is bogus, it's still an
> unwarranted extrapolation to thus conclude that this article is bogus.
> - This article is primarily about Japan, not the USA, and makes no claim
> to US superiority.
>While I often disagree with your views, I generally respect your knowledge
>and thought. Hence, this posting is a huge disappointment for me. I'm sure
>that you can do better.
>It's not about dose, it's about trust.
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