[ RadSafe ] Five Greatest Science Blunders

tinyyoli tinyyoli at aol.com
Mon May 20 21:18:08 CDT 2013

    Not really. The article describes ideas that were brilliant, but 
wrong. Although, LNT was always wrong,
it was a stupid idea to begin with. and it continues to be.

From: Otto G. Raabe <ograabe at ucdavis.edu>
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ADD Linear No Threshold TO THE LIST !

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