Did you know that Japanese A-bomb survivors are outliving their unexposed peers? What if most of what you thought you knew about radiation is simply wrong? Find out how a rational assessment of radiation risks and benefits could offer increased health and vitality, as well as an avenue to nearly-limitless energy for the future.
Friday, January 1, 2016
Three Mile Island Reunion
The subject of radiation causing mutations has been a favorite topic for cartoonists and comedy writers, as evidenced by the "Cone Heads" on Saturday Night Live and the brain-scrambled nuclear plant worker Homer Simpson. Only one problem: meticulous studies of the Japanese A-bomb survivors (over a fifty-plus-year period) have not uncovered any evidence of radiation-induced genetic abnormalities. But who cares about evidence?