Les détails sur pourquoi ce n’est pas vraiment la peine de la financer :
I completely agree with Salomaa that it would be nearly impossible to establish dosages well enough that a study focusing on low doses would be useful.

Much better are: (a) the population studies in high-background areas such as those done in Kerala, India; Ramsar, Iran; and Guaripari, Brazil, or (b) statistically powerful studies conducted using publicly available data such as radon levels. Specifically, the study by Bernard L. Cohen from 1995 in Health Physics correlated lung cancer risk with radon levels for 1600 counties across the USA.

Et au sujet des risques comparé de diverses technos :
Aberfan : Coal mine’s slag heap shifted and then engulfed a school killing 116 children and 28 adults in a moment. And how many « experimental » mines of centuries lone gone have suddenly collapsed and left huge holes in road or destroyed houses? Does no one remember last week when four miners were drowned?

“We have become convinced that modern environmentalism, with all of its unexamined assumptions, outdated concepts and exhausted strategies, must die so that something new can live.”
calls for a new kind of environmentalism — one that is pro-technology and pro-economic growth — have grown louder. In 2009, Stewart Brand completed his transformation from counterculture hero to self-described “eco-pragmatist,” laying out a blueprint that advised greens to embrace nuclear power and genetic engineering, for the good of the planet.