Debate on Radiation Hormesis
This is an open, public, online debate on Radiation Hormesis sponsored by the XLNT Foundation and Scientists for Accurate Radiation Information (SARI). The debate dashboard below summarizes the current status of the debate, i.e. if any of the evidence for radiation hormesis has been refuted. You can participate in the debate at the Debate Website, which is a Google Group that has been set up for the debate. The dashboard below will be updated periodically based on the discussions in the debate website. Responses are welcomed until Oct 31, 2020. The result from the debate will be announced here shortly thereafter.
How to participate in the Debate:
(1) Via E-mail: Go to the Debate Website, (a Google Group called "rad_horm_debate") and Sign in to Google with your email address (if you have not signed into Google already). On this screen, click on 'Join Group', and then click on 'Join this Group'. Thereafter, you will receive an email whenever anyone responds to the debate in this Group, and you can email your arguments by responding to the emails.
(2) Via Website: Visit the Debate Website periodically, view the evidence and arguments, and post your response. In order to post your response, you would need to sign in to Google with your email.
(3) Anonymously: If you wish to present your responses anonymously, please email your arguments to email@example.com, and your arguments will be posted in the debate website, anonymously. In this case, please specify to which evidence you are responding.
If you do not want wish to debate radiation hormesis but you consider radiation hormesis to be a valid phenomenon, based on the evidence, please express your support by clicking here.
If you are a member of the public, and are not interested in radiation effects, you may wonder if this debate is relevant for you. If so, please click here to see why the debate may be important for you.