[ RadSafe ] European Petition and Video

Brennan, Mike (DOH) Mike.Brennan at DOH.WA.GOV
Mon Aug 27 11:38:57 CDT 2012

Hi, Roger.

While I do not in the slightest question the validity of your scorn for
Busby's claims, or MacPherson's gushing over them, I do have to take
exception to the idea that the Arab Spring originated the "might makes
right" approach to science in particular and thought in general long
predates the downfall of certain dictators (with the fair possibility of
replacement by even more repressive regimes.)  It has probably been with
us since some young free-thinker got clubbed for trying to chip rocks in
a way other than how his elders did it.  It is alive and well in the US,
where political might is used to control thought, as in Texas, where the
GOP Platform has a plank on education, which among other things says
"Knowledge-Based Education - We oppose the teaching of Higher Order
Thinking Skills (HOTS) (values clarification), critical thinking skills
and similar programs that are simply a relabeling of Outcome-Based
Education (OBE) (mastery learning) which focus on behavior modification
and have the purpose of challenging the student's fixed beliefs and
undermining parental authority." 

-----Original Message-----
From: radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu
[mailto:radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu] On Behalf Of Roger Helbig
Sent: Saturday, August 25, 2012 1:02 AM
Subject: [ RadSafe ] European Petition and Video

Ever since Arab Spring, there is the idea that might makes right, even
when it comes to science.  They also forced Japanese Prime Minister to
meet with scientific know nothings led by someone who does not even have
the guts to use their real name - Misao Redwolf - there is the idea that
videos educate (they don't they miseducate) and that on-line petitions
are agents of change -

Until I changed to plain format and began editing this, I did not
realize that the video is a Busby production in which he claims that
children of Fukushima are getting the same symptoms as the children of
Chernobyl.  Perhaps the genuine Russian scientists would like to comment
on Busby.  Christina MacPherson admires anything anti-nuclear and
probably never took any hard science course in her life time.  It would
be instructive to know what MacPherson's real background is.


PS - Busby gets in PubMed - he presents the aura of having peer reviewed
publications and no one challenges them which gives him more
credibility.  Members of this list may think that he is a charlatan, con
artist and snake oil salesman, but what is really needed is detailed
review posted to the on-line journals that accept his processing fees
that show in detail where Busby is not using science.

Christina MacPherson posted:
Nuclear Catastrophy Review & how YOU can Help   Link to the petion

Petition about radiation, and VIDEO

by Christina MacPherson

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbto7xNypS0&feature=youtu.be    Nuclear
Catastrophy Review & how YOU can Help   Link to the petion here:
http://nuclearjustice.org/?p=50   It follows that if new evidence has
appeared about the potential consequences of the EURATOM Basic Safety
Directive, Under Article 20 (in the original 1996 version Article 6) all
practices involving radiation exposure have to be re-justified. It is a
legal requirement. What is proposed, therefore, is that all individuals
resident in or citizens of a EU member state country, and all NGOs based
in such countries, petition the European Parliament to require a
re-justification of all radiation producing practices covered by the
Euratom Basic Safety Standards Directive in any of its forms in the
light of the new scientific evidence of health risks.

This new evidence is appended to the Petition as an Appendix and
petitioners may ask for the evidence to be presented in any scientific
discussion by members of the European Committee on Radiation Risk
www.euradcom.org , or the International Committee on Nuclear Justice
www.nuclearjustice.org .

  Chris Busby on radioactivity displacing supplements

Busby talks here from a playground in Stockholm about the cover-up of
the Fukushima contamination and the failure of the Japanese government
to act for the children who are suffering the same health problems as
those exposed to the Chernobyl contamination. Read more of this post

Christina MacPherson | August 25, 2012 at 7:44 am | Categories:
Resources -audiovicual | URL: http://wp.me/phgse-7gz

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