Christopher Busby, Fukushima Radiation Flim Flam Man, Parks His Medicine Wagon in Front of Canada's Global "Research"
From Ken Adachi, Editor
September 23, 2015
Sir, your last name, Adachi, means “standing on leg”
I propose that in regards to radiation, that you are standing on the wrong leg, and I ask you to reconsider.
I am an expert in Materials, radiation, and have worked in the energy field since 1988, before that I worked on internal combustion engine design and production.
I was taken in by idea of “nuclear science” thinking from my highest education at University of Michigan with an MSME. I never questioned the idea that nuclear plants and waste storage would be run with anything but the greatest engineering, risk control, and care. Once I dove in and looked at what they were doing, I was surprised enough to keep digging. Needless to say my opinion changed.
Even routine releases of radiation from nuclear plants, in normal operation, do indeed cause noticeable health problems, infant deaths, leukemia, other cancers, and generally weaken the individual.
Chris Busby, an expert in the field, just today published information related to studies that prove damage from nuclear plants.
"We carried out some fancy statistical regressions of distance from the contaminated Steart Flats (the historic repository of the releases from Hinkley Point) and infant and perinatal mortality over the period. It is well accepted that infant mortality is caused by deprivation so we included the ward index of deprivation in the regression.
Astonishingly the results showed that it was not deprivation that killed infants in Somerset. It was Hinkley Point. Deprivation was not statistically significant, not in Somerset. When we slowly statistically crept up on the cause of the infant deaths it turned out to partly relate to an accidental release of radioactivity in 1996 for which the plant was fined £20,000 by the regulators."
He also discusses why the NRC, just this week, cancelled an ongoing study to review cancer statistics near US nuclear plants. The NRC is captured and does not regulate, but promotes.
We know from the EPA data released in 2011 of the density of Uranium in air measured at points all over the Pacific. By taking density and multiplying by volume, we can take a good stab at the DETECTED amount of Uranium, and thus also know all the usual suspects that accompany uranium in fissioned fuel, such as Plutonium, Cesium, Strontium, Iodine, Xenon and more. This is just what was detected, so the total release was of course more.
It’s a guesstimate, because you have to assume a volume, but 195 tons is a good guestimate. That’s a lot, a large percentage of the pools and cores.
Also statistically significant (aka high power) scientific studies that show even small amounts of radiation, 4mSV cumulative have provable effects on cancers. There are more of these studies out there, including ones listed in Busby’s article.
If I wanted to present myself in a sincere light, I don't think I would sign my letter as "Stock out." You're already telling me you want to hide your identity. But why?
Both of these statements are untrue:
"Even routine releases of radiation from nuclear plants, in normal operation, do indeed cause noticeable health problems, infant deaths, leukemia, other cancers, and generally weaken the individual.
Chris Busby, an expert in the field, just today published information related to studies that prove damage from nuclear plants."
There is no proof of "routine" releases of radiation from licensed nuclear power plants, otherwise they wouldn't remain licensed for very long. This is the sort of anti nuclear energy overstatements (fabrications really) generated by anti nuclear advocates like Christopher Busby or Leuren Moret -- who made similar deceitful statements about depleted uranium causing leukemia, cancers etc, over a certain Hawaiian island (your locale) a number of years ago which was subsequently shown to be completely untrue and a baseless FABRICATION on her part.
The next big mistake you make is your reference to Christopher Busby as an authoritative source, when in fact he's a well debunked fraud and con artist. In 2011, it took me just a few minutes searching on Google to find a number of articles that expose his chronic penchant for lying, exaggeration and outright fabrication of anything and everything that serves his self promotion schemes.
The only thing that Busby is an "expert" in is being a B**S*** artist. If you actually took the time to look at his resume, you would discover that he's a CHEMIST, and not a nuclear "expert" or even a physicist. People who can think and have looked at his fraudulent character carefully, have come to far different conclusions about him than you and have posted their evaluations of him online (below) long before he started to scam Japanese people out of their money using the Fukushima radiation hysteria hoax as his fulcrum.
"The pills that are being sold are definitely over-priced and similarly do absolutely nothing even if one has been exposed to radiation. Looking at the website itself (no, no link, not for these people) they say that shipping takes more than 8 days: longer than the only known dietary supplement, iodine, can possibly help you for if you have been exposed."
The "committee" which Busby refers to in the Global Research article you sent is a SELF formed "committee" of private individuals composed of three people including himself. He uses the name of "European Union" in the name of the "committee" but he has NO CONNECTION whatsoever to any official positions with the European Union or its parliament or its committees. This is TYPICAL of the deceit and wholesale calumny of Christopher Busby.
Another faulty assumption on your part, quote:
"Hydrogen explosions could not launch this much material, the explosive force had to have come from within the vessels and/or pools."
The hydrogen gas explosion misdirection from mainstream media was addressed and debunked at this web site on the very next day following the mushroom cloud which formed over building #3.
The "explosive force" could not, and did not, originate from inside the reactor core and it couldn't possibly occur from within the fuel rod storage pool. That's ridiculous. This assertion alone tells me you do not understand squat about nuclear energy production facilities and the redundant, fail-safe reactor designs employed within. The "hydrogen gas" explosion was due to the detonation of a mini nuclear device that was likely secreted within the large, tubular "gun" cameras found inside each reactor building, reviewed at length by Jim Stone. The explosions were due to acts of SABOTAGE and were not the results of a non existent "40 foot high" tsunami, or any malfunction of the reactors due to the sea surge, nor due to a non existent "meltdown" of any reactor at the Dai-ichi power plant.
I reported on March 12, 2011 that a natural earthquake of 9.1 Richter did not occur in the Sea of Japan on March 11, 2011, but rather an undersea nuclear detonation had taken place which in turn created a sea surge that flooded the northern coastline of Japan.
And you don't have "scientific proof that the spent fuel at Reactor 4 went up in a massive explosion, fire, or some of both."
How preposterous can you be?
I don't follow Global Research, so I don't know how many articles they have posted echoing the Fukushima scare mongering scam, but I do recall that they posted an article by Stephen Jones a year or two ago about Fukushima that said things that were utterly ABSURD such as Jones' statement that "TONS of plutonium" had been spewed into the atmosphere above Dai-ichi by the explosion of reactor building #3 (not unlike the mega-absurdity of your195 TON "guesstimate" expressed here). That tells me that the editors at Global Research are anti nuclear energy ideologues and aren't interested in maintaining a web site where integrity, honesty, and accuracy of fact are valued above all other concerns.
"Christopher Busby has been discredited by NUMEROUS established science groups in Great Britain as an unreliable, unscientific, largely non peer-reviewed, unbelievable, self serving, publicity-seeking media maven who capitalizes on the IGNORANCE of reporters and interviewers to spin his dire tales of looming cancer from a non existent "low level" radiation "crisis."
The editors at Wikipedia haven't been so easily taken in by Busby's con-artistry. Read what they have to say:
The expose seen below of Christopher Busby was posted on March 11, 2008 by a now defunct web site called "Junk Science Watch". It is no longer online, but I found it at archive,.org. I don't know who the author is, but he clearly has a science background and he's incensed by Busby's unethical chicanery.
The Journal of Radiological Protection in the UK has debunked Dr. Christopher Busby's unfounded radiation/cancer claims on more than one occasion. Busby was claiming that children leukemia were spiking in Northern Wales due to radiation poisoning. Their investigative team refuted his claims as bogus and unfounded
Another critical review of Busby's "work" was reported by the Wales Cancer Intelligence and Surveillance Unit, investigative arm of the National Health Service for Wales. They refute Busby's alarming cancer claims in a report titled,
"Childhood Leukemia, brain tumours & retinoblastoma near the Menai Straits, North Wales 2000 - 2003"
There are other scientific critiques that I found on the internet debunking Christopher Busby's radiation alarmism. I'll go into them at a later date in an expanded critique of Busby's internet activities.
It's easy to make unproven assertions about this or that, which is what propagandists like Busby do all the time. They are depending on the ignorance and lack of fact verification on the part of the reader.
Busby is merely a front man to spread the radiation hysteria hoax. The real purpose behind anti nuclear energy propaganda is to outlaw the use of nuclear energy plants which is one of the 21 goals of the Illuminati spelled out by Dr. John Colemen in 1993.
If (one world Zio-government) Israel was behind the Stuxnet virus that was used to confuse Daiichi station operators on 3/11 and if Israel planted the mini nuke devices in the gun cameras that caused the mini nuke explosion that produced the mini mushroom cloud over reactor building #3, then it stands to reason that Zionist Israel is also putting out the money that is fueling the Fukushima propaganda tsunami using fronts like EneNews.com and cutouts like Christopher Busby and his ilk of disinformation peddlers.
Sincerely, Ken Adachi
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Bad science - Chris Busby and his articles on Fallujah (November 23, 2011)
Re. Cancer, Infant Mortality and Birth Sex-Ratio in Fallujah, Iraq 2005–2009 (by Chris Busby, Malak Hamdan, and Entesar Ariabi) Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2010, 7(7), 2828-2837 (direct link to the article here)
" Our message is that the serious flaws in the articles, and the alarmistic statements by Busby in media and elsewhere regarding the findings, should not be taken seriously by those who are concerned about the population in Fallujah. The research was probably initiated with good intent, but the results clearly show that Busby once again is more keen on promoting his own hypothesies rather than finding out what is going on."
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