The article highlighted on the June 13, 1956 front-page of the New York Times was the product of demonstrable science fraud committed by the National Academy of Sciences (NAS). 43 more words

1956 National Academy of Sciences report on radiation risk discovered to be science fraud —

No, Radiation Doesn’t Cause Gene Mutations –

The illustration below is from the December 1953 issue of Mechanix Illustrated. So where did people get the still-never-demonstrated idea that radiation could cause genetic mutations, if not mutant beings? You can trace it all back radiation-scare fraudster Herman Muller and his bogus 1927 paper in Science magazine, “Artificial Transmutation of the Gene,” which led…

No, radiation doesn’t cause gene mutations —