[ RadSafe ] Revered California Physician: The problem we face at Fukushima is absolutely huge — I may leave West Coast during attempt to remove nuclear fuel (VIDEO)
Miller, Mark L
mmiller at sandia.gov
Mon Nov 25 12:13:20 CST 2013
He's an infectious disease specialist! Does he realize that radiophobia is an infectious disease that HE'S spreading? He (as should we) should restrict himself to his area of professional expertise.
From: Perle, Sandy [mailto:sperle at mirion.com]
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I suppose the radioactive plume wouldn't make it eastward all the way to Boston has the doctor states would happen on the West Coast!! This doctor should simply address. medical practice on things he actually understands and has evidence and facts.
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> On Nov 25, 2013, at 2:52 AM, "Roger Helbig" <rwhelbig at gmail.com> wrote:
> All who live near this paper should demand that they get the story right.
> Roger Helbig
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> Date: Sun, Nov 24, 2013 at 4:48 PM
> Subject: [New post] Revered California Physician: The problem we face
> at Fukushima is absolutely huge — I may leave West Coast during
> attempt to remove nuclear fuel (VIDEO)
> To: rwhelbig at gmail.com
> arclight2011part2 posted:
> Published: November 24th, 2013 at 7:07 pm ET By ENENews The Santa
> Barbara Independent, Nov."
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> New post on nuclear-news
> Revered California Physician: The problem we face at Fukushima is
> absolutely huge — I may leave West Coast during attempt to remove
> nuclear fuel (VIDEO)
> by arclight2011part2
> Published: November 24th, 2013 at 7:07 pm ET By ENENews
> The Santa Barbara Independent, Nov. 7, 2013: Doctor Talks Dangers of
> Fukushima Fallout; Stephen Hosea Expounds on the Problems with Nuclear
> Power [...] The Santa Barbara physician discussed the dangers of
> nuclear power plants at a lunchtime conference packed with health-care
> professionals at Cottage Hospital [...]
> Dr. Hosea’s background is discussed in this Santa Barbara News-Press
> article: “He is just a phenomenal doctor, as well as just a wonderful
> guy,” said Dr. Elliot Schulman, health officer and Santa Barbara
> County Public Health director. “Everyone concurs,” said Peter
> MacDougall, past president of the Cottage Hospital board of directors.
> “Not only does he have tremendously strong technical competencies, but
> his personal modalities with patients, his caring, the deep
> sensitivity he shows represent just a terrific model for new doctors.”
> “He’s as close to a model physician as you could ask for,” Mr.
> MacDougall said. “We are, frankly, blessed to have a man of his
> talents.” [...] Government officials consider him a go-to guy,
> regularly seeking his advice [...]
> “The Perils of Fukushima: What You Don’t Know Really Could Kill You”,
> Dr. Stephen Hosea, Published Nov. 23, 2013:
> At 30:45 in
> Should an event occur [during attempt to remove fuel from Unit 4], all
> of the radioactivity is going to go straight up into the air. We saw
> where it went the last time that that occurred. This is happening in
> the next two weeks. This is a possibility that could happen to each
> and every one of us. And I can tell you, it wasn’t until I started
> looking into this that I realized this was a possibility to happen. I
> certainly haven’t taken any preparations for this. I’m not exactly
> sure what the preparations are, but I think we ought to know so we can
> at least take whatever preparations we want to take. I may have to
> make a visit back to Boston during this period of time to protect
> myself from this.
> At 37:15 in
> In summary, radioactive water continues to leak into the Pacific
> Ocean. Radioactive materials at Fukushima are in an unstable,
> potentially explosive situation. The potential effect on the water we
> drink, the air we breathe, and the food we eat are at best
> speculative. Immediate information and action are necessary as soon as
> possible. [...] The problem we face at Fukushima is absolutely huge.
> Watch the presentation here
> arclight2011part2 | November 25, 2013 at 12:48 am | URL:
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