A favourite lie of the environmental movement takes another blow

The LNT model encapsulates the idea that there is no safe level of radiation exposure, no threshold below which exposure is not a problem.

Russia Denies Nuclear Leak After Particles Detected In Another Country

From The Daily Caller Nicholas Elias Contributor June 29, 2020 11:58 AM ET Russia said Monday that it did not detect a radiation emergency after sensors discovered last week that…

Warm And Glowing: Team Of Scientists Creates ‘Atomik’ Chernobyl Vodka

From The Daily Caller Kyle Hooten Contributor August 09, 2019 10:05 AM ET A team of scientists have created a new vodka made with crops and water from inside Chernobyl’s…

Why toxicologists resisted and radiation geneticists supported EPA’S adoption of LNT for cancer risk assessment

Paper Via Junk Science Edward J. Calabresea,*, Robert J. Golden School of Public Health and Health Sciences, Department of Environmental Health Sciences, Morrill I N344, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA,…

It Sounds Crazy, But Fukushima, Chernobyl, And Three Mile Island Show Why Nuclear Is Inherently Safe

From Forbes Michael Shellenberger Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Energy I write about energy and the environment After a tsunami struck the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in…

Precipitable Water Redux

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In my last post I investigated the mathematical relationship between the amount of total precipitable water vapor (TPW) in the atmosphere, and the clear-sky greenhouse…

Precipitable Water

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach One of my great pleasures is to come across a new dataset. Turn me loose on new observations of this magical world, and there’s no…

The next big worry: Claim of major U.S. aquifers contaminated by Uranium – but is it really a problem to health?

Study: 2 major US aquifers contaminated by natural uranium Naturally occurring uranium is being mobilized by farm-related pollution From the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Nearly 2 million people throughout the…

Silver Ants

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I stumbled across a lovely article about the Saharan silver ant over at phys.org. These ants have special hairs that reflect strongly in the visual…

The Desert Finder

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Despite doing lots of research and investigations over the last few weeks, I’ve written little. Well, actually, I’ve published little, although I’ve written a lot.…