Since Muller’s falsely reported no threshold claims about radiation effects on fruit flies, dissected very ably by Ed Calabrese, we continue to have a cottage industry of nuke phobics.
Category Archives: Precautionary principle
I don’t know Michael Shaw except by JunkScience, but invariably he hits a very positive chord with me and his disgust with these endocrine disruptor clowns makes me cheer.
It gives me great pleasure to see that Eddie Bernice Johnson at the head of the opposition to making the Scientific Establishment prove up their integrity.
Our friend Gary Baise, enviro attorney extraordinaire, working for agriculture, recommends this discussion by Ashford of MIT on the precautionary principle.
Acrylamide is a carcinogen, yeah, sure it is.
Mark Morano, caretaker of Climate Depot, source of much of what goes up here on junkscience, is a remarkably effective promoter/debater/speaker/debunker.
In response to Tom Harris, a strong advocate for common sense on climate issues, who rejects warmer crazies, here’s Gordon Folks, PhD Physics of Oregon.