Unintended Consequences: The Lie that killed millions and accelerated Climate Change

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Unintended Consequences: The Lie that killed millions and accelerated Climate Change

Best-selling author and dedicated environmentalist George Erickson exposes the lie that created our extreme radiation safety standards, the damage those regulations have caused, and his dismay with “greens” who promote 30% efficient bird, bat and human-killing, carbon-dependent windmills (and solar panels with a different set of defects), while refusing to consider proof that super-safe, CO2-free, 90% efficient nuclear power is far kinder to the environment than the harmful alternatives they support.

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by George Erickson
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ISBN-13: 978-1091295520
ISBN-10: 1091295522

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Best-selling author and dedicated environmentalist George Erickson exposes the lie that created our extreme radiation safety standards, the damage those regulations have caused, and his dismay with “greens” who promote 30% efficient bird, bat and human-killing, carbon-dependent windmills (and solar panels with a different set of defects), while refusing to consider proof that super-safe, CO2-free, 90% efficient nuclear power is far kinder to the environment than the harmful alternatives they support.

With richly illustrated, provocative text that includes A Deadly Evacuation, Climate Change, Beer and Bananas, When Radiation Can Even Be Good for You, Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima, Safety and Death-prints, Super-safe reactors, Blowin’ Wind, The Opposition and more, (and with the support of engineers, physicists, science journalists and specialists in nuclear medicine), Unintended Consequences:… urges closed-minded organizations like the Sierra Club, Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace, etc. to remove their blinders and examine the science that persuaded real environmentalists like Stephen Tindale, James Lovelock and Stewart Brand (who had opposed nuclear power), to support the cleanest, safest, most efficient way to produce the 24/7 electricity we will need as we cut back on carbon to combat Climate/Ocean Change.