Odds and Ends
5 2, 3:25am
I was referring to the figure of 1 million death casualties:
[New and controversial research in 2009, (Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment), however, reported the premature death toll from Chernobyl between 1986 and 2004 at about 985,000.]
Newer estimates are for 1,5 million death casualties.
[You claim that what I submitted were lies and statistics?]
I claim that you cannot make your claims based on the reference you gave.
Model estimates are just model estimates. Each model is based on assumptions. To test the model one needs a large sample of cases.
[But check out the Banqiao Dam accident or the thousands that die every year due to lung cancers as a result of coal burning.]
Sure. Which is why all externalities should be accounted for IN THE PRICE.