[ RadSafe ] [LNT
doctorbill34 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 22 20:43:37 CDT 2015
The NRC does NOT claim that LNT is a fact, only that it is a "cautious
assumption" for radiation protection programs (Reg Guide 8.8).
It's not about dose, it's about trust.
On Aug 22, 2015 8:40 PM, "Otto G. Raabe" <ograabe at ucdavis.edu> wrote:
> August 22, 2015
> LNT is an imaginary fictitious concept that has no actual biological basis!
> This was proved in about a dozen scientific papers that I have published
> including one published in SCIENCE in 1980 (Vol. 208: 61-64).
> More recent proofs:
> Raabe, O.G., Concerning the heath effects of internally deposited
> Health Physics 98: 515-536,, 2010.
> Raabe, O.G., Toward improved ionizing radiation safety standards,
> Health Physics 101: 84-93, 2011.
> Raabe, O.G., Concerning ionizing radiation induced cancer from internally
> deposited radionuclides ,
> International Journal of Radiation Biology, Volume 9 On linen September
> Prof. Otto G. Raabe, Ph.D., CHP
> Center for Health and the Environment
> University of California
> One Shields Avenue
> Davis, CA 95616
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