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by Dr. Rosalie Bertell

Download No Immediate Danger: Prognosis for a Radioactive Earth ePub
  • ISBN 0704328461
  • ISBN13 978-0704328464
  • Language English
  • Author Dr. Rosalie Bertell
  • Publisher The Women's Press Ltd (February 5, 1985)
  • Pages 352
  • Formats lrf mbr azw rtf
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Engineering
  • Size ePub 1257 kb
  • Size Fb2 1865 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 336


reprinted with permission from No Immediate Danger, Prognosis for a Radioactive Earth, by Dr Rosalie Bertell The Book Publishing Company - Summertown, Tennessee 38483 ISBN 13990-25-2 pages 15-63. P a r t o n e. The Problem: Nuclear Radiation and its Biological Effects.

reprinted with permission from No Immediate Danger, Prognosis for a Radioactive Earth, by Dr Rosalie Bertell The Book Publishing Company - Summertown, Tennessee 38483 ISBN 13990-25-2 pages 15-63.

Among Dr. Rosalie Bertell's most comprehensive work. This is a very well written book that explores the dawn of the atomic age, and the US Government's careless disregard for adverse biological effects of radiation

Among Dr. This is a very well written book that explores the dawn of the atomic age, and the US Government's careless disregard for adverse biological effects of radiation. After the effects became clear, the government began testing off the US mainland, on near islands inhabited by people who had no idea what was going on and let their kids play in the fallout that looked like snow.

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Rosalie Bertell (third from left) at the International Medical Commission of Bhopal. Rosalie Bertell (April 4, 1929 – June 14, 2012) was an American scientist, author, environmental activist, epidemiologist, and Catholic nun. Bertell was a sister of the Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart, best known for her work in the field of ionizing radiation. She wrote the books No Immediate Danger: Prognosis for a Radioactive Earth (1985) and Planet Earth: The Latest Weapon of War (2000). ""Anti-Nuclear Nun" Rosalie Bertell Dies at 83". Democracynow.

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Radioactivity: No Immediate Danger? By Rosalie Bertell. Species annihilation. means a relatively swift (on the scale of civilization), deliberately induced end to history, culture, science, biological reproduction, and memory. The following appeared in the September/October 1991 issue of Ms. MagazineThis article is based on the book No Immediate Danger: Prognosis for a Radioactive Earth by Rosalie Bertell (The Book Publishing Company; Summertown, Tenn.

Excerpts follow from the 1991 article (starting 98 lines below) appearing in Ms. Magazine by Dr. Rosalie Bertell, on the no-win situation we, as. . Rosalie Bertell, on the no-win situation we, as the curators of Mother Earth, find ourselves in with the man-made radioactive materials created over the past fifty+ years. This article is based on the book No Immediate Danger: Prognosis for a Radioactive Earth by Rosalie Bertell (The Book Publishing Company; Summertown, Tenn.

Rosalie Bertell was an American author, scientist, environmental activist .

Rosalie Bertell was an American author, scientist, environmental activist, epidemiologist, and sister of the Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart, best known for her work in the field of ionizing radiation. A dual citizen of Canada and the United States, she worked in environmental health since 1970. published there by the Women’s Press). Sister Dr. Bertell died at age 83 at Saint Mary Medical Center, Langhorne, Pennsylvania after a battle with cancer. Additional Information.

In her book titled No Immediate Danger: Prognosis for a Radioactive Earth, nuclear power/environmental health expert Rosalie Bertell (1929 – 2012) said: Should the public discover the true health cost(s) of nuclear pollution, a cry would rise from all parts of the world an.

In her book titled No Immediate Danger: Prognosis for a Radioactive Earth, nuclear power/environmental health expert Rosalie Bertell (1929 – 2012) said: Should the public discover the true health cost(s) of nuclear pollution, a cry would rise from all parts of the world and people would refuse to cooperate passively with their own death. In her article titled Radioactivity: No Immediate Danger, she coined a new word. Omnicide describes the ultimate human rejection of life. It’s difficult to comprehend, but it’s happening, she said.

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Jay
I highly recommend this book for people who wish to understand the danger of both nuclear weapons and nuclear energy. Sister Dr. Bertell's analysis is realistic and the concept of omnicide is important for everyone to understand. In 1966, she received a Ph.D in Biometrics from the Catholic University of America and was a consultant to the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the US Environmental Protection Agency. From 1987 to 2004 she was the president of International Institute of Concern for Public Health from 1987 to 2004. She founded the International Medical Commission Chernobyl in 1996 and was also a vocal advocate against chemtrails. Sadly, this amazing Catholic nun unfortunately passed away in 2012.
Daizil
Among Dr. Rosalie Bertell's most comprehensive work. Well researched, sweeping historical, international influences that perpetuate what could easily end the ability of Homo sapiens to reproduce - man-made radioisotopes. It's hard to believe that nuclear power plants and the use of uranium in weapons is still allowed. Nuclear industry is a death industry... from mining to power plants... end nuclear before it ends us.
Nuadabandis
this not a complete balanced view, though very important info
Frlas
This is a very well written book that explores the dawn of the atomic age, and the US Government's careless disregard for adverse biological effects of radiation. After the effects became clear, the government began testing off the US mainland, on near islands inhabited by people who had no idea what was going on and let their kids play in the fallout that looked like snow. This book isn't incredibly scientific, but inspired me to do more research on mainland US atmospheric nuclear testing and the correlations between various cancer rates of people who lived in the areas that the wind carried fallout to. Also, I found grad research at Vanderbilt library on direct correlations between atmospheric mainland tests and SAT scores 18 years later ( ie pregnant women exposed to the fallout from tests hundreds of miles away had below average kids ). While I'm pro-nuclear with regard to power, the other side of the nuclear coin is a truly horrifying story. In essence, we've already had nuclear war over the US, with approximately 330 atmospheric nuclear explosions in the western US, and the wind carrying fallout eastbound.