There are people who cannot find the information about the danger of atomic power and atomic bombs, neither on Wikipedia nor on Youtube. What they find is what School says. Here is a list.
Excerpts of the papers mentioned in the list can be found inside the book “Permanent peoples tribunal – Chernobyl” 1996, by the IPPNW.
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Ask me for more Adresses. Some papers have never been translated, some are very hard to find – and even forbidden, especially in Belarus, where you can lose your job, when making links between illness and Radiation (if you’re a Belarussian Doctor). Many information from these papers, such as becoming ill by low radiation are denied by IAEA nerds.
Well, let’s go:
– EU – IAEA -WHO, Documentation for the international Conference “One Decade After Chernobyl: Summing up the Consequences of the Accident” (Vienna, 8. – 12. April 1996).
– One Decade after Chernobyl: Environmental Impact and Prospects For the Future, IAEA Conference 8 – 12 March 1996, Vienna, Background papers of the Sessions 5, 7, 8, Book of Extended Synopses, Statements of the President of the Republic of Belarus and of the Prime Minister of Ukraine, Closing Session: Keynote closing remarks and keynote statements presenting the final conclusions and recommendations of the IAEA Conference, Friday 12 April 1996, 12.30 hr
– International Congress “The World After Chernobyl”, Main-Scientific Reports, Minsk, March 1996.
– Declaration of Helsinki about the Action for Environment and Health in Europe, 1994.
– WHO, International Program about the health consequences from the Chernobyl accident – IPHECA Pilotproject and related national programs, summary report, 1995.
– UNSCEAR, Effects of Radiation on Environment, 17.2. 1995.
– NEA-OECD, Chernobyl: Ten Years after. Radiological and health consequences. A assessment of the NEA committee for radiation protection and peoples health, November 1995.
– Baker R.J., Ronald A., Van Den Busshe R.A., Wright A.J., Wiggins L.E., Hamilton M.J., Reat E.P., Smith M.H. Lomakin M.D. & Chesser R.K.: High Levels of genetic change in rodents of Chernobyl, Nature, 25 April 1996, Vol. 380, pp. 707 – 708.
– Bandahevsky Yu.I. and Lelevich V.V.: Clinical and experimental aspects of the effect of incorporated radionucleides upon the organism, Gomel, State Medical Institute, Belorussian Engineering Academy. Monography of the Ministery of Health of the Republic of Belarus, pp. 128. 1995.
– Burlakova E.B.: Low intensity radiation: radiological aspects. Radiation Protection Dosimetry Vol. 62, No 1/2 pp. 13 – 18 1995, Nuclear Technology Publishing.
– Into the Future without Atomic energy. Pullout in 10 years – Win for Environment and Working places. CAN (Anti-Atomic coalition, Sihlquai 67, 8005 – Zurich), December 1995.
– Drobyschewskaja I.M., Kryssenko N.A., Shakov I.G., Steshko W.A. & Okeanov A.E.: Health condition of the people, who are living in the Chernobyl contamined areas of Belarus. 1996, Minsk. The most important papers, Internat. Congress “The World after Chernobyl”, pp. 91 – 103.
– Dubrova Y.E., Nesterov V.N. , Krouchinsky N.G., Ostapenko V. A. Neumann R., Neil D.L. & Jeffreys A.J.: Human minisatellite mutation rate after the Chernobyl accident, Nature, 25 April 1996, Vol. 380 p 683 – 686.
– Editorial: Children become the first vicitims of fallout. Science: vol. 272, 19 April 1996 pp. 357 à 360.
– Fernex M.: Les conférences du 10e anniversaire de la catastrophe de Tchernobyl et le congrès de L’Agence Internationale pour L’Energie Atomique (AIEA). Symposium “Tschernobyl Projekte 1996”, publié par L’Institut pour Social et préventif médicine de Université Bern, Suisse, P. Bleuer ed. 11 mai 1996, pp. 1-8.
– Gadekar S.: Conclusion of the health survey of villages near Rawatbhata. CANE 767, 36 Cross, 4th Block Jayanager Bangalore 560 041. April / May 1993 Anumkti Vol. 6 No 5, pp. 1 – 32.
– Goncharova R.I. & Ryabokon N.I.: Proceedings: Belarus-Japan-Symposium “Acute and late Consequences of Nuclear Catastrophes: Hiroshima-Nagasaki and Chernobyl” Oct. 3 – 5, 1994. Belarus Academy of Sciences, Minsk.
– Goncharova R.I. & Ryabokon N.I.: Dynamics of gamma-emitter content level in many generations of wild rodents in contaminated areas of Belarus. 2nd Intern. 25 – 26 October 1994, Conf. “Radiobiological Consequences of Nuclear Accidents.”
– Goncharova R.I. & Slukvin A.M.: Study on mutation and modification variability in young fishes of Cyprinus carpio from regions contaminated by the Chernobyl radioactive fallout. 27 – 28 October 1994, Russia-Norvegian Satellite Symposium on Nuclear Accidents, Radioecology and Health. Abstract Part 1, Moscow, 1994
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