[ RadSafe ] Teller and Climate change

Howard Long howard.long at comcast.net
Sat Mar 23 22:55:31 CDT 2013

Read and study the data at www.petitionproject.org then note that most are critical scientists requiring random data etc.
I vouch for the authors being the most objective scientists, who try to prove themselves wrong
  -  unlike the politically funded promoters of the State of Fear and global carbon tax.

Common sense is also enough, when you recall that when Greenland was green 
around 1,000 AD, even Venice did not flood !
Howard Long

On Mar 1, 2013, at 10:21 PM, Brent Rogers <brent.s.rogers at gmail.com> wrote:

> If 32,000 'scientists' signed an Internet petition rejecting hormesis, I probably wouldn't pay much attention.  I'm more interested in what health physicists and radiation biologists have to say on the matter.  Similarly, the opinions of actual climate scientists trump any .org petition groups view on issues of climate.
> Brent Rogers
> Sydney Australia
> Brevity alert: Sent from my iPad
> On 02/03/2013, at 8:13, marco bähler <m.c.baehler at bluewin.ch> wrote:
>> half a century ago, edward teller said:
>> " ... not a single atomic power plant should be built above the ground..." 
>> ( fuller, john g : we almost lost detroit, page 123 ) 
>> marco bähler
>> kleindorfstrasse 105
>> ch- 8707 uetikon
>> switzerland
>> Am 01.03.2013 um 19:49 schrieb Howard Long:
>>> Climate changes are NOT human caused by carbon combustion,
>>> Susan! Pertinence to health physics is clear, as with "Vitamin R", radiation hormesis.
>>> Edward Teller leads our 32,000 scientists, at www.petitionproject.org 
>>> with conclusive data backing REJECTION  of the selective, global tax hoax of
>>> global cooling, global warming or climate change.
>>> Howard Long MD, MPH, Board member of Doctors for Disaster Preparedness
>>>     (started by Edward Teller)
>>> On Feb 28, 2013, at 5:59 PM, S L Gawarecki <slgawarecki at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> This is a radiation safety list.  Most of the folks here are technical
>>>> experts in the field of health physics, nuclear engineering, or a related
>>>> field dealing with radioactivity.  I've notice that this group tend to
>>>> reject and marginalize those agenda-driven list members (generally
>>>> anti-nuclear activists) who advance theories about the terrible health
>>>> effects of DU or exposure to low level radiation.
>>>> Similarly, climate scientists know that the buildup of greenhouse gases is
>>>> causing global warming.  Like all of you, they are technical experts in
>>>> their field.  And yes, they marginalize and reject those that disagree with
>>>> them and who aren't willing to examine the scientific underpinnings.
>>>> Interestingly, it was the former CEO of ExxonMobil that funded a group of
>>>> scientists to come up with arguments against human-induced global warming
>>>> because to have carbon c

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