Muller’s intentions were good, Calabrese points out, but his decision not to mention key scientific evidence against his position has had a far-reaching impact on our approach to regulating radiation and chemical exposure.
Oh, give him more credit, his approach makes him the forefather of today’s global warming fanaticism and all other “scientific” scaremongering.
Had a weird experience doing this post. It immediately sprang to my mind that this Nobel-Prize winning Muller bears some responsibility for Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring” and the ban of DDT. But when looking him up I found that Nobel-Prize winning Muller instead. Check out why he got the award. Spooky.
One Muller is better than the other, in all aspects of humanity. And the good Muller is the one who invented the deadly poison. The bad Muller will end up contributing to more untimely deaths than anyone else, ever. Hell, he’s already topped Hitler and Lenin and Stalin and Mao separately. And if he hasn’t beaten them all combined…just wait.