[ RadSafe ] "We are living through the worst public health scandal in history" - 60 million developed cancer from nuclear weapons tests (VIDEO)
JAitken at slb.com
Tue May 29 10:23:13 CDT 2012
For me, the saddest thing is the lack of any rational balance in evaluating the injuries/illnesses (current and long term) from the various hazards created by the tsunami. How many people will suffer long-term consequences just by being displaced by the flooding? How many millions of hectares of arable land will require remediation before being usable? What about the millions (?) of tons of toxic chemicals released from damaged chemical plants, which most probably will have a greater long term impact on both the environment and population than the radiation. And how many workers have been injured, made ill or killed in the general cleanup following the tsunami in the various municipalities? It would be good to see a balanced report on the true consequences of the overall disaster.
But I guess that is not as "sexy" as the specter of radiation-induced "disaster" scenarios, churned up by the nuclear "bottom-feeders".....
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From: radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu [mailto:radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu] On Behalf Of Stewart Farber
Sent: Monday, May 28, 2012 9:30 AM
To: radsafe at health.phys.iit.edu
Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] "We are living through the worst public health scandal in history" - 60 million developed cancer from nuclear weapons tests (VIDEO)
Regarding the actions of so many of the scaremongers and intellectually dishonest individuals seeking fawning attention from the uninformed [whether media of members of the public], history has repeatedly shown
"Ignorance is society's most toxic waste."
In a similar vein, recent impartial, reviews have shown that about 25 deaths among the public occurred in Japan in the initial period after the Fukushima accident due to panic evacuation of elderly from nursing homes, and infirm from other locations. Elderly were dropped off gurneys, ignored in interim evacuation and died of dehydration due to panic actions.
The fear that prompted panic actions on evacuation are in good part due to those many scaremongers, who have promoted fear of radiation exposure for their personal financial gain and ego gratification. These parties have so completely misrepresented the health effects of low level radiation exposure, dose rates 10X-to 100X normal background in Japan, and usually much less dose in total that these same elderly persons would have received routinely in any diagnostic radiology test such as a CT scan.
-------And on this Memorial Day let us all give thanks and our sincere gratitude to all the veterans [and the families of deceased or injured service peopple] who served or are now serving to protect our and many other nation's freedom from tyranny
On Mon, May 28, 2012 at 6:44 AM, Roger Helbig wrote:
> More Chris Busby at his YouTube finest - all it takes to get people
> aroused is a video and Busby is pushing them out on at least a weekly
> basis. How does academia allow him to remain in their ranks?
> This blogger will not identify who they are. Look at this trash.
> liquefied uranium. Come on now.
> Roger Helbig
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