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Chernobyl Studies Book Available For $10 Now

Yablokov book edited by Janette Sherman MD info placed on webpage on my facebook page in notes:

Chernobyl – Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment,
by Alexei V. Yablokov, Vastly B. Nesterenko and Alexey V. Yesterenko.
Consulting Editor: Janette D. Sherman-Nevinger. 327 pages.

Originally published in 2009 by the New York Academy of Sciences at $150.00, the right to reprint has been transferred to the authors and is now available for $10.00, plus postage. This includes a separate index that was not part of the original book.

Number of Books Postage Total Cost
One @ $10.00 plus delivery $2.77 $12.77
Five 50.00 4.72 54.72
Ten 100.00 7.45 107.45

Please order directly from:

260 W. Ann Arbor Rd.
Plymouth, MI 48170
734-453-0341 (9 to 5, Mon. to Fri., EDT)

Include credit card number and expiration date, number of books and address where they are to be sent.

Orders from foreign countries welcome – postage will be additional.

As we watch events unfold at the Fukushima Nuclear Plant in Japan, radioactive nuclides are spreading around the entire northern hemisphere. Prof. Yablokov and his colleagues cite some 5000 studies of wild and domestic animals, birds, fish, plants, trees, mushrooms, bacteria, viruses, and yes- humans – that were altered, some permanently as a result of the Chernobyl radioactive releases. Animals and humans developed similar abnormalities and diseases, including birth defects and cancers. Radioactive releases from Chernobyl continue today – 25 years later. This book documents the never-ending perils from nuclear power, Fukushima the most recent.

On Apr 9, 2011, at 7:03 PM, FC Farkle wrote:

Yes, dedicated Fukushima workers are volunteering to help get the radiating nuclear reactors and plant under control. But then some are not willing to work for even $5000 per day because of the very high likelihood of quickly contracting cancer. Radioactive water is emitting 500 rems per hour. 500 rems is a fatal dose of radiation. Video ends with dramatic picture of how workers saved Chernobyl from megaton explosion that might have contaminated Europe forever – excerpt from book 4 paragraphs ‘Voices From Chernobyl’

the link: Fukushima water 5 MILLION times legal limit radioactive contamination Story of workers saving Chernobyl > click on the purple letters>>>

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