Gundersen on WHO: I don’t trust their data — Garbage in, garbage out — I suspect hot particles and internal emitters are omitted, and radioactive releases underestimated
According to an email from Fairewinds’ chief engineer Arnie Gundersen:
Do you trust the WHO?
I don’t trust this data … my guess is that WHO underestimated the radiological deposition and releases, and thus came up with exposures that are too low. Also, I suspect they have omitted hot particles and internal emitters from their dose assumptions. The same thing happened at TMI. Bad assumptions create low exposures. GIGO!
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