Sunday, April 3, 2011

The Dangers of Radiation: Deconstructing Nuclear Experts

Chris Busby: The Dangers of Radiation: Deconstructing Nuclear Experts 

...You may think a professor at a university must actually know something about their subject. But this is not so. Nearly all of these experts who appear and pontificate [about the hazard or radiation from Fukushima] have not actually done any research on the issue of radiation and health. Or if they have, they seem to have missed all the key studies and references.  ...


  1. These are the same fine institutions that have economists who did not see the housing bubble in the USA.

    These institutions produce the accountants who missed the problems at Enron.

    And then there is the fantastic Penn State University “Hockey Stick” lead author of “Hide the Decline” infamy Michael Mann:

    I expect no less from the nuclear experts.

    Educate and elevate the toadies to protect the psychopaths at every turn

    "Anybody may support me when I am right. What I want is someone that will support me when I am wrong." Sir John A. Macdonald, Canadian Prime Minister.

    "Low Plains Perspective"

  2. Or as Voltaire said "it is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong."

    Especially when you're on the government payroll.