It seems there is growing evidence that low/moderate levels of radiation exposure have beneficial health/mortality effects. But it'll take a lot of effort over a long time to overcome the biases fostered by the media and others who prefer alarmism based on junk science and the flawed logic of the "precautionary principle". Other examples of this include the Bispenol-A (Rubber Ducky) scare (and ban) and the absolute nonsense of "no safe level" of second-hand smoke promoted by every government and cancer society on the planet.
Sunday, March 27, 2011
Radiation hysteria based on flawed assumptions
Lawrence Solomon wants everyone to "turn down the dial" on Chernobyl-style Fukushima radiation fears: