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20th CENTURY" "Whereas, in fact, the accident in Chernobyl nuclear reactor does not represent one of the largest 20th century tragedies, the explosion did not kill thousands of people, nor did it heavily contaminate for hundreds of years enormous areas of land. Moreover, radiation doses to which the populations in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus have been exposed, had nearly no impact on their health - these people do not suffer more frequently from leukemia, nor do they give birth to more children with genetic defects."
Assessment at Risk, Toni Feder, PHYSICS TODAY,
October 2002, p22
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"For nearly half a century, the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation has been an influential resource on radiation sources and their effects on human health and the environment. But if its budget is not resuscitated, UNSCEAR's data compilation and evaluation activities will grind to a halt."
Aug 15, 2002
The Future of UNSCEAR, Zbigniew Jaworowski, Science, July 19, 2002 [PDF 47KB]
The Truth About Chernobyl Is Told,
Zbigniew Jaworowski, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc.,
21st Century Science and Technology, Winter 2000-2001
COMPARISON OF ACCIDENT RISKS IN
DIFFERENT ENERGY SYSTEMS:COMMENTS FROM RUSSIAN SPECIALIST
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