Challenging scientific organizations to adhere to scientific methods

By Rod Adams For more than two years, I have been privileged to be included in correspondence about a battle for truth led by Ted Rockwell, one of the pioneers Continue Reading →

ANS video interview: Oxford Professor Wade Allison discusses radiation… and reason

At the ANS 2012 Annual Meeting, ANS Public Information Committee’s Dan Yurman caught up with Dr. Wade Allison, of Oxford University, UK.  They discussed radiation, health effects, Fukushima, Dr. Allison’s Continue Reading →

Henri Becquerel and the Discovery of Radioactivity

By Paul Bowersox December 15, 1852, was the birthday of French physicist Antoine Henri Becquerel, who discovered a completely unknown property of matter in March 1896. Becquerel Some might say Becquerel’s Continue Reading →

Radiation and Reason: A Visit to Tokyo and Fukushima

By Akira Tokuhiro and Skye Anderson I, Akira Tokuhiro, recently traveled to Japan to meet Wade Allison (professor emeritus of physics, Oxford University, UK) and David Wagner (Tokyo-based risk communication Continue Reading →