While it may be speculations as to whether Chris Shui influences the editorial voices of the Gallup and other media New Mexico, but it looks like Mr. Shui probably built the foundation for his car & # 39; sphere in connection with the crash associated with uranium . On the other hand, whether someone accused of supervision on an ambulance and for something to make a living? In the absence of episodes of “three miles” in the state of Gallup, New Mexico, Chris Shui helped establish Southwest Research and Information Center in the vocal “expert” kontrpunk against the uranium industry by apparently piggy bank tail uranium in 1979 by a number of church rock. Considered one of the worst tailings spills ever to have occurred in North America. We are looking for strong evidence of death from this spill, but got away. Any official published report, which counteracts the preceding statement is welcome.
Founded in 1971, the group created a SRIC sur & # 39; serious credibility in the media, giving a “grotesque and terrible” consequences of this spill for human and animal health. But where was the actual damage in terms of human life and ecological disaster? We got a resume (dated October 1982) NMEID report called “tailings spills in the mill jinxed in the church: the health and environmental assessment.” The authors concluded: “In summary, the spill affected the environment Puerco River valley for a short period, but it is a little or no impact on the health of local residents.” The report was published three years after the “largest single release of liquid radioactive waste in the United States” (about 94 million gallons of acidified effluent and rear suspension).
Some may speculate that in the papers published in 1979 about this spill have the sound and smell of barbed, yellow journalism. Others may wonder if these stories are more appropriate only for the most ridiculous supermarket tabloids. If to believe what was written then, the entire population of Gallup, New Mexico, would have fallen to the ground. Helping fuel the current hysteria in uranium mining, the environmental group claims that the project proposed ISL uranium for Iran, near the border of the Church of the Rock in Navajo reserve, caused groundwater contamination is possible. with the same gravity previous spill tail. In a certain sense, they seem to cause the bad memories of this bottling. “It is very well enjoyed by the media,” sighed the CWI Craig Bartels. “It’s a few people who are very vocal,” Bartels said, describing his company’s opposition to SRIC “ISL”, “especially Chris Shui, who considers himself a journalist.”
The American Center for Disease Control (CDC) did not much stock in the local media. In their official report on the uranium tailings spill:
o “US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), in cooperation with the Church Rock community, found no documented use of the river water. Six Navajo individuals who are most likely exposed to spill contaminants were selected by the CDC and tested at the National Laboratory of Los Alamos., where in their human body is usually found the amount of radioactive substances “recommendation. No further action is required.
o “No public, private or municipal wells that produce water for domestic use or for watering animals were not affected by the spill. The wells that drain water solely from sandstone or limestone aquifers probably will never be affected by pollution pollution” .
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o «Based on limited testing conducted by the CDC, the additional radiation risk from consumption of local livestock is small. The risk is about the same as the increased risk of cosmic radiation that occurs when moving from sea level to an altitude of 5,000 feet.”
o “Camp & # 39; computer modeling identified inhalation as the most significant pathway of human exposure to the spill, however, sampling of airborne dust along the river Puerco in Gallup soon after the spill showed only background levels of radioactivity Moreover, a year after the spill, radioactivity levels… in Puerco river sediments significantly reduced due to the dilution of uncontaminated river sediments. ”
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About the incident, “Rock Church” reported in the “Journal of Health Physics” (July 1984 Volume 47, number 1) in the article “Assessment of human exposure to radionuclides from the emissions Khvostov plants uranium mills and waste water.” The report made two employees US center for disease control, two members of the New Mexico Department of health and Environmental protection and the Environmental protection Agency US Environmental Officer. In this report, two significant conclusions:
“Overview of state and federal regulations related to the reception inside the dose calculated according to Church Rock, show that you do not exceed the limits for exposure spill or through chronic exposure to sewage, which drained the mines.”
“In view of the currently known cancer incidence and mortality risks associated with levels of radionuclides measured at Church Church and Gallup, we conclude that the subjected populations are too small to investigators could detect an increase in cancer mortality with acceptable levels of statistical power” may mislead creation (cancer) registry with low detection probability prediction of mortality. ”
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In spite of these scientific reports, Chris Shuey continued to promote the project “Education Puerco River” back in 1986, “The Independent independent” extended a hand in promoting this panic, and began with the story, “Drink no puerko water.” The article May 8 (1986), which occurs (conveniently) from Albuquerque, where he lives Chris Shui, a journalist wrote: “With a little water in the Rio Puerco these days should not be used, neither man nor animal, according to the Southwest scientific information center of Albuquerque. ”
Perhaps to strengthen his expertise as a health authority, Mr. Shui received a Master of Public Health degree from the University of New Mexico, across the street from SRIC headquarters. In his dissertation Shui wrote a holistic review of the literature for “Biyamarkernyh kidney injury – Research Challenges uranium exposure” (presented April 29, 2002). Presenting this work, Shuey spoke with the unique assertion that uranium leads to kidney cancer.
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On his website, The American Cancer Society lists smoking, obesity and a sedentary lifestyle as the main risk factors that increase the chances of getting cancer of the kidney (renal cancer cells). The process of exposure to certain chemicals can also increase the risk. Scientific studies have shown that they contain asbestos, cadmium (metal type), some herbicides, benzene and organic solvents, particularly tryhlaretylen. The American Cancer Society does not mention uranium exposure, which leads to kidney cancer. Cadmium – is another story.
The problem with the first outlet, and then research evidence to support your pre-thought-out concept cancels the scientific process. For example, Shuey throughout his report, to dance around the issue of cadmium, but fails to correlate household trash burning with the dangers of dioxins and cadmium when it comes to problems with the kidneys and possible river.
It seems, Shuey, perhaps, could not include the largest single source of toxic emissions into the air, which was held in New Mexico until June 1, 2004, as a potential cause of renal toxicity: trash burning. At that time, New Mexico remains one of the few states that failed to ban the burning of electronic equipment. It is reported that such waste incineration emits air high concentration of cadmium. Could there be something obvious, as the cadmium concentration can be a risk factor that leads to kidney cancer, not the alleged uranium?
According to scientific researcher Dalva Swain ( “Trace elements in coal, Butterflies”: 1990), Cadmium with & # 39 is a toxic trace element in coal. Coal burning brings a tenth of an atmosphere kd, as well as volcanoes and is considered a secondary source of cadmium atmosphere. The problem may be uranium and other chemicals. However, the collection of tools to reduce the emissions of cadmium, not to mention the coal fund enlargement, can not lead to sales celebrities dined in Santa Fe.
It seems a little surprise that SRIC, seems to be less related to health than to its nuclear program. Generally, the reaction of the public on the environment is warm and fuzzy feeling, “Wow, here is someone who really cares about our future.” SRIC worked closely with third world nation, the Navajo, which instantly causes the sympathy of any liberal-minded person. Indeed, if StockInterview.com interviewed Shuya, he was on the reservation in the meeting. His publicly expressed concern about the Navajo is commendable. At the same time we need to think that if the most frequent cause of death among adults in Navajo with & # 39 is the abuse of alcohol (often accompanied by driving a car), then why NSIS more closely is working to reduce health problem?
Visit the outskirts of any reservation and you will find heaps of beer, liquor and wine bottles. One littered stop near the Krounpoynt, New Mexico, took over the landfill. Where mercy cries for abuse Navajo? Navagoytsav more died in an automobile accident under alcohol Up & # 39; yanennya than fifty years of uranium mining. But then again, it may cause a little trouble with a group of environmentalists. Navajo President Joe Shirley Nat Jr. can better take advantage of Mr. Shui, asking him: “Can you help us to solve a problem with alcohol?”
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