The Arrogance of Intellectual Power
Little more than a week ago, in Bologna, I attended the annual conference of Collegium Ramazzini. The highlight of the meeting is the Ramazzini Lecture, this year presented by Arthur Upton, formerly of this laboratory.
KeywordsAcceptable Risk Lower Tier Intellectual Power Population Thinking Clear Thinking
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