[ RadSafe ] Fwd: Google Alert - Chris Busby

Brad Keck bradkeck at mac.com
Tue Mar 4 15:32:20 CST 2014

This was also printed in one of the San Diego papers; both cited the publication in "Open Journal of Pediatrics." The "Open Journal... " does claim to be a peer reviewed scientific publication.  This publication does exist and can readily found on the internet - it looks like quite the ordinary thing in format.  

They cite CA and some other state records of cases of hypothyroidism in infants (turns out this a commonplace post-natal exam).  Of course, they cite only 2 periods and just skip all that nasty stuff of normal fluctuations in events, other times of observation and all things statistical :). 

Would be a great thing to rebut in an actual scientific manner.   It is a shame to let non-science pass itself off as actual science, even if commonplace and less obvious to the press. 

Bradly D Keck

> On Mar 2, 2014, at 5:56 AM, Roger Helbig <rwhelbig at gmail.com> wrote:
> Now Busby is using the San Francisco Bay View, long used by Bob
> Nichols, the pseudojournalist mouthpiece of Doug Rokke and Leuren
> Moret, to spread lies about Fukushima - the Bay View seems immune to
> the idea of checking facts before publishing them yet still claims to
> win awards as National Black Newspaper.  Too bad that the award
> granters appear to have no standards either.
> Roger Helbig
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> Date: Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 8:00 PM
> Subject: Google Alert - Chris Busby
> Chris Busby
> Daily update ⋅ March 1, 2014
> A global threat: Fukushima fallout damaged the thyroids of California babies
> San Francisco Bay View
> by Chris Busby. A new study of the effects of tiny quantities of
> radioactive fallout from Fukushima on the health of babies born in
> California shows a ...
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