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10/05/11: NREP Annual Conference and Special Topics October 3-5, 2011
Guests: Dr. Richard (Dick) Young, Executive Director, NREP; and Special Guest Lecturers
This week on One Cell One Light™ Radio, Dr. Staninger will be broadcasting from the National Registry of Environmental Professionals Annual Technical Conference and Workshops in Las Vegas, NV.
An engineer by trade, Dr. Young was founding Editor/Publisher of Pollution Engineering Magazine,has written several hundred articles dealing with environmental management and pollution control, and has authored 31 books on environmental safety and engineering.
At the conference, Dr. Staninger will lecture on the topic of Nanotechnology vs. Environmental Technology, which will branch over to this week’s episode of One Cell One Light™ Radio. Continuing last week’s discussion on the ethical implications of nanotechnology, Dr. Staninger will discuss with Dr. Young the importance of health workers, environmentalists and safety workers to recognize the difference between emerging nanotechnologies and established hazardous chemicals.
Most human-made nanoparticles do not appear in nature, so living organisms may not have appropriate means to deal with nanowaste.
I’ll be listening and posting notes in the Comments Section below.
Dr. Hildy is fond of saying, “Anything goes.”
And she’s right.
But she leaves it to others to work at exposing the deception, and focuses on healing the sick.
And thank God for that!
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