@ Bentvels
From work at different universities, I have learned that future upgrades depend on:
“Write something about something or bee lost at the next line of promotions.”
Of course it is unwise to pee against the wind and often “university research” show the result.

Although I am afraid of being rejected beforehand, I dare to make reference to World Nuclear.
http://www.world-nuclear.org/information-library/safety-and-security/radiation-and-health/nuclear-radiation-and-health-effects.aspx
From this I quote:
Some 75,000 children, born to parents who survived high radiation doses at Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, have been the subject of intensive examination.
This study confirms that no increase in genetic abnormalities in human populations is likely as a result of even quite high doses of radiation.
Similarly, no genetic effects are evident as a result of the Chernobyl accident.

For me the subject had enormous interest and it ended up with a WordPress site: http://wp.me/p1RKWc-ea
If you go in, you will see that I have plenty of references.
Similarly, I was shocked, when I realized, that there is very little correlation between radiation and cancer.
Also this resulted in a WordPress site: http://wp.me/p1RKWc-1iq
The anti-nuclear fear may have culminated in the widespread belief that Plutonium is the most dangerous substance known to mankind.
Also this has no hold in realities. See http://wp.me/s1RKWc-46

Brugt 2017 08 21

@PHK

Active Measures

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Active_measures

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