Today: 18.Feb.2018

John Shanahan, civil engineer, President of Environmentalists for Nuclear - USA: China, France, Russia, South Korea are countries with a bright future for nuclear power, even oil exporting countries have plans for nuclear power. The United States has minimal plans beyond the first generation of commercial power plants. This is disgraceful. The anti-nuclear organizations, spokespersons, and the public that agree with them can cheer for the moment. Modern societies need fossil fuels and nuclear power to prosper for the long term future. Things have to change and will.

Published in Energy Tomorrow

CONFERENCE ON APPLICABILITY OF RADIATION-RESPONSE MODELS TO LOW DOSE PROTECTION STANDARDS, September 30 to October 3, 2018, Tri-Cities, Washington State: 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

Alan Waltar, Nuclear Engineer and Past President of the American Nuclear Society, Wanda Munn, Nuclear Engineer with advanced nuclear technologies, Kenneth Kok, Nuclear Engineer, Fellow - ASME, John Shanahan, Civil Engineer, President of Environmentalists for Nuclear - USA formulated this message to the White House and Secretary of Energy with recommendations of what needs to be done to keep America strong with nuclear power.

Published in Energy Tomorrow

Charles Sanders, Ph.D. radiobiologist: Dr. Sanders’ book deals primarily with health issues: leukemia as well as cancer of the breast, lung, liver, and central nervous system; birth defects; the immune system; inflammatory diseases; and longevity (one of several studies that he cites shows an increased average lifespan of 10.4 years among Americans). But he also touches on other matters of immense importance, such as the cost to society of dealing with perverse regulations — a cost that could amount to trillions of dollars — and the politicization of science. The LNT camp has been trying to discredit hormesis by stifling debate, rather than by conducting peer-reviewed counter studies.

Published in Low Dose Radiation

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