[ RadSafe ] Any Members in Brussels

Thomas Johnston tjohnstn at gmail.com
Thu May 15 14:11:07 CDT 2014

Suggest you use Google Maps and what you get looks like a neighborhood and
residential address.


On Wed, May 14, 2014 at 7:38 PM, Roger Helbig <rwhelbig at gmail.com> wrote:

>  I am looking for someone to do a little sleuthing in Brussels.  In
> particular to learn more about the European Committee on Radiation
> Risk for which Christopher C Busby is the "Scientific Secretary".
> Busby controls the website so you don't get much information from that
> such as "who or what vote appointed Busby as "Scientific Secretary" or
> who are the members or what are the by-laws", but I expect a visit to
> their address might be instructive even if only from what exactly the
> "office" at
> European Committee on Radiation Risk/Comité Européen sur le Risque de
> l'Irradiation,
> Avenue de la Fauconnerie 73,
> B-1170 Bruxelles,
> is.  I believe it may be nothing more than a private apartment.  What
> it is not, is connected with the European Union or even with the
> Greens in the European Parliament.  I think it is just another title
> that Busby uses to make it look like he is really someone in the know
> instead a total phony.   I would not be surprised if it were not
> similar to the title he used with the private company, now charity
> (and probably a phony one at that) The Cancer and Birth Defects
> Foundation, London, that Busby was instrumental in founding.  It
> initially appeared very similar to his other two private companies,
> Green Audit and Low Level Radiation Campaign.
> Roger Helbig
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