James Delingpole writes about The Linear No Threshold Hypothesis.
It is a brilliant wheeze. By working out how many deaths are caused by a big amount
of toxin you can work backwards and predict how many deaths a tiny amount would cause. Simples.
Of course this could work for anything – like Green policies. Just work out how many people will die because of fuel poverty this winter due to green policies, and work back to
how many deaths there are per Green Politician (Watermelon cf Delingpole).
So really it is always time to harvest Watermelons…
The article in the American Thinker that inspired Delingpole and Josh is here. It is well worth the read, if not for the eye opening inside view of the political slimepit the Sierra Club has become, for the “deer in the headlights” photo of top SC brass getting an inconvenient question about windmills and bird kills at a conference.