Saturday, February 21, 2015

Nuclear Emergencies

Nuclear Emergencies
I am pleased to announce the publication of my newest work, Nuclear Emergencies.

In this Amazon Kindle e-book (hardcopy version to follow in a few months) you receive an overview of nuclear science and radiation safety, a discussion of nuclear weapons, nuclear reactor accidents, dirty bombs, and how disaster response to such accidents would be coordinated. This is followed by a review of how scientists estimate cancer risk after you've been exposed to excess radiation and a primer on how to better read articles and papers on nuclear subjects and see what they are telling you, what they are not, and how to figure it out.

A preview of the book is available, including a full table of contents for your study. This will allow you to see for yourself if you think this will prove a valuable addition to the resources you have gathered in preparation for dealing with what is facing us in the coming years.

The hope is that the wide range of topics (and the over 500 hyperlinks which take you to journal articles and scientific studies for your own further research) covered will allow you to be among the few who can realistically evaluate future nuclear emergencies. Let others deal with uncertainty and fear, reliant on mainstream media sources to inform them. You will be in a position to fact-check them and make up your own mind.

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