Joseph Mangano has once again puffed too hard on the alarmist pipe, now with a new article in the August 15 edition of the political newsletter Counterpunch. We recognize the pattern from before: First spread a bit of scaremongering disguised as research in some fringe media. You mix the alarmistic message with some caution in … Continue reading Joseph Mangano never stops, and he never gets it right
Warning: The following text may contain personal attacks and wild speculations about certain people. This will not make any future attempts of dialogue with them any easier, but in my humble opinion they have had their chances. Here we go again... On 25 June, 2011, Janette Sherman and Joe Mangano (from now I will refer … Continue reading Sherman & Mangano admits errors - or do they?
The previous post was written in a rush, and somewhat in anger. Here is an attempt to explain better. It seems as if it wasn't enough for Joe Mangano to spread fear in the northwestern part of the U.S., so he decided to play the same game for Philadelphia, PA. One reason may be that … Continue reading More bullshit from Joseph Mangano, take 2
It turns out that Joseph Mangano is trying to pull the same stunt by claiming a 47% increase of infant mortality in Philadelphia, PA, after Fukushima. Here is a link to a blog with various links to an interview on Fox News (respectable TV-channel indeed...) and a few newspaper articles about it. And here is … Continue reading More bullshit from Joseph Mangano
On several web sites there has recently been references to an article published on the web site Counterpunch with the title "Is the Dramatic Increase in Baby Deaths in the US a Result of Fukushima Fallout? - A 35% Spike in Infant Mortality in Northwest Cities Since Meltdown". The article, published on 10 June 2011, … Continue reading Shame on you, Janette Sherman and Joseph Mangano!
By Kazue Avril – Free Press It has been a busy day here at the NPYP center, where the members of Nuclear Power Yes Please held a press conference. They recently discovered a devastating text by Professor Chris Busby, where he shows that their criticism of his research is completely unfounded. The NPYP Scientific Director … Continue reading NPYP – We were wrong, Busby is right!
Muck-raking is a journalistic activity with a proud history that since the days of Ida M. Tarbell and Jacob Riis have led to exposing cases of fraud, social injustice, conspiracies, environmental pollution, and other inconvenient truths, to the public. On a number of occasions it has led to changed laws and policies, and the end … Continue reading CounterPunch verifies infant mortality was alarmism but seems keen to create more of it