Today: 22.Feb.2018

Rod Adams, Atomic energy expert with small nuclear plant operating and design experience. Financial, strategic, and political analyst.: Excessive regulation of extremely low radiation doses increases the public fears of nuclear technology, increases the costs borne by society, and can deprive society of the full benefit of that technology.” – Edward Maher, Sc.D., Harvard University

Published in Low Dose Radiation

Nicholas Dainiak, Ludwig Feinendegen, Randall Hyer, Paul Locke, Alan Waltar: Today is the time for acknowledgement of new models for biological response to low dose and low dose rate radiation on biological processes and human disease. The new deadline for submitting Abstracts is March 1, 2018. Submit Abstract at this website: http://www.lowdoserad.org/ For additional information contact Dr. Alan Waltar, conference chair at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or Dr. Tony Brooks, technical program co-chair at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Published in Low Dose Radiation

Bruno Comby, nuclear engineer, Founder-President of Environmentalists for Nuclear - International, in French, Association des Ecologistes Pour le Nucléaire, http://ecolo.org: This is a report of Bruno Comby's visit to Ramsar, Iran in 2006 to document one of the world's highest levels of naturally occurring radiation and the lives of people and animals living there. Results are that high doses of radiation spread out over time, i.e. relatively low radiation dose rate, show no detrimental signs. The people are living above average life times. This concept needs to be incorporated into design and operation of nuclear power plants and nuclear medicine. The Linear No-Threshold model is not appropriate for low dose and low dose rates.

Published in Low Dose Radiation

Bruno Comby, Président de l'Association des écologistes pour le nucléaire (AEPN): Ramsar est une petite ville à proximité de la mer Caspienne, dans le Nord de l'Iran. Ramsar est donc, comme nous le voyons, un haut-lieu de l'écologie internationale et de la protection environnementale, avant même qu'il soit question de sa radioactivité ! Mais elle est célèbre (ou devrait l'être) aussi parce qu'on y trouve les plus forts taux de radioactivité naturelle qui aient jamais été mesurés. Quel meilleur endroit pour informer les populations sur la radioactivité naturelle que le lieu le plus radioactif connu sur notre planète ?

Published in Low Dose Radiation

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