Doctors Discuss Myths, Superstitions And Real Threats

Doubletree Hotel near Ontario, Calif., Airport, August 1-2.

Jul 30, 2015, 12:35 ET from Doctors for Disaster Preparedness

ONTARIO, Calif., July 30, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The 33rd annual meeting of Doctors for Disaster Preparedness this weekend examines real threats confronting our world—especially the myths that could lead to energy starvation.

Does radiation cause cancer at any dose? Ed Calabrese of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst looks at the fraud and misrepresentation behind that belief.

Can you instantly drop dead from a whiff of tiny particulates like in diesel exhaust, as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has told Congress? Statistician Matt Briggs dissects the evidence.

"How clean is clean?" asks Willie Soon, author of The Maunder Minimum, which concerns the effect of solar cycles on climate.

Fred Singer and Ken Haapala will "peel the speculative onion" of the National Climate Assessment and the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The myth of human-caused catastrophic global warming is the basis for proposals to ration energy under a powerful global bureaucracy, to be pushed at upcoming international conferences.

Medical topics featured on Sunday include HIV/AIDS, malaria, emerging viral diseases, and the coming medical meltdown.

George Gilder will give the luncheon talk on bitcoin, gold, and the international currency trading scam.

Although the conference is directed at physicians and scientists, it is also open to the public. It is still possible to register at the door, and press passes are available.

Conference details are at www.ddponline.org.

Contact: Jeremy Snavely, (520) 270-0761

 

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