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Akio Matsumura weist auf die Arbeit von Timothy Mousseau hin - genetische Folgen von low dose ionising radiation

veröffentlicht um 13.07.2014, 06:11 von Martin Walter   [ aktualisiert 20.07.2014, 01:09 von Martin Walter ]
Akio whrote to Martin Walter: 

I am so pleased to introduce a summary (in english / in french) of the work of Timothy Mousseau, PhD, who has conducted research on the effects of radiation exposure on wildlife and the environment surrounding both the Chernobyl and Fukushima accidents. His research with the University of South Carolina, Columbia, is unique and has been featured in the New York Times, the Economist, the BBC, CNN, and PBS. As you read this, he is in near the Fukushima site carrying on with his research.
So far, his results are startling, if not totally surprising. Dr. Mousseau explains there are “examples of developmental abnormalities and deformities that likely contribute to the depressed abundances and biodiversity seen in radioactive parts of the Chernobyl and Fukushima regions. These findings contrast starkly with the optimistic unsupported claims made by the UN’s Chernobyl Forum and UNSCEAR committees. Continued study will be required…”
As he continues his studies and seeks more funding, please read and share this important work.


go to this link english tex / french text
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