In August 2009, I self-published a book entitled A Primer in the Art of Deception: The Cult of Nuclearists, Uranium Weapons and Fraudulent Science (www.du-deceptions.com). My purpose in writing it was to expose the widespread deceit published by our guardian institutions regarding the health effects of low levels of internal emitters, radionuclides absorbed from nuclear pollution in the environment which undergo radioactive decay while sequestered within the human body’s interior. The international radiation protection community interprets the hazard from this type of exposure by relying on a theory of radiation effects which was developed prior to the discovery of DNA in 1953 and the revolution in molecular and cellular biology which followed. Although expedient for its time, aspects of this theory have been proven antiquated and in need of revision. But no change has been forthcoming. The thesis of my work is that this situation has developed because the science of radiation effects has been infiltrated by those with a political agenda to minimize the perception of hazard of radiation released into the environment.
The chapter in my book which reveals the deceit which permeates current approaches to radiation safety is entitled The Most Heinous Crime in History: The Betrayal of Mankind by the Radiation Protection Agencies. A trial is convened, with the reader as the jury, and evidence for the prosecution is presented to demonstrate fraud within the science used to dictate what constitutes a safe level of radiation exposure. This material is so important to the common welfare of humanity that it is my desire to share it with as large an audience as possible. My intention for this blog is to serialize this chapter. I plan to post new material on Mondays and Thursdays, and hopefully over time, reproduce the chapter in its entirety. Some preliminary information from other chapters will be required to follow the discussion and this material will be presented in the first three postings.
The roll I took upon myself in writing this chapter was that of a reporter. The scientific ideas are not my own. They originate from researchers all over the world. I have compiled their work and organized it in a nontechnical form so as to make it as widely accessible as possible. Every statement of scientific import is referenced, so the reader may go back to the original source if required. The ideas presented herein are slowly gaining acceptance in Europe as evidence continues to mount that low levels of internal emitters are producing more disease in exposed populations than what is predicted by the models of risk published by the International Commission on Radiological Protection. A free exchange of ideas on this important subject has yet to occur in the United States.