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Kids, Leukemia, Power Lines & Nukes + Why Hiroshima Life Span Study is “Rubbish”: Chris Busby | Nuclear Hotseat

This Week’s Featured Interview:

  • Prof. Chris Busby is a British scientist and activist known for his work on the health effects of ionizing radiation.  He often appears in UK court as an expert witness in radiation-related cases. His website is: GreenAudit.org.

Numnutz of the Week (for Outstanding Nuclear Boneheadedness):

San Francisco may have plans and given permission to develop Treasure Island into a mega-development of homes, shops, hotel rooms, parks and office space… but ya think that maybe, just maybe, they should take a look at the radioactively contaminated soil and groundwater they’re planning to build it on?  Have they learned nothing from the problems in North St. Louis?

Source: Kids, Leukemia, Power Lines & Nukes + Why Hiroshima Life Span Study is “Rubbish”: Chris Busby

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