[ RadSafe ] Ted Rockwell's website

Ludwig E. Feinendegen feinendegen at gmx.net
Wed Apr 3 03:48:11 CDT 2013

Thank you, Bobby.-  I am sad, too.  Ted was a very remarkable man. 

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Von: radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu
[mailto:radsafe-bounces at health.phys.iit.edu] Im Auftrag von Scott, Bobby
Gesendet: Dienstag, 2. April 2013 21:00
An: The International Radiation Protection (Health Physics) MailingList
Cc: S L Gawarecki
Betreff: [ RadSafe ] Ted Rockwell's website

Dear colleagues,


In light of the sad news regarding Ted Rockwell posted on RadSafe Digest
Vol. 1253, Issue 1, I thought some of you may like to know about his website
at the link that follows: http://tedrockwell.typepad.com/energy/
. The quote below taken from the website is but one example of his efforts
to fight against radiation-phobia-related casualties such as the more than
100,000 abortions following Chernobyl and the more than 1,000 preventable
deaths (e.g., among severely-stressed elderly evacuated from
hospitals) so far related to Fukushima:


"The radiation levels in the business and living areas around Fukushima are
not particularly high. There are many areas of the world where people live
happily and healthily in natural radiation levels many times higher. If
radiation protection policy had been set as other protection standards are
set -- as high as safely tolerable --then radiation would hardly be
mentioned in connection with recovery efforts. In fact, the lack of
electricity to provide light and heat, run elevators, pump gasoline for
cars, and perform countless other functions was a more real problem than
radiation during the first weeks and months after the tsunami struck. Yet
radiation is still cited as the reason workers and their families can't
return to their homes and productive life." 


Best wishes,


B. R. Scott

Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute

Albuquerque, NM, USA



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