Ernest J Sternglass
Ernest J. Sternglass
|Born||September 24, 1923|
|Residence||Pittsburgh, PA, United States|
|Known for||Big Bang, Universe Origins|
|Fields||Professor Emeritus of Physics|
Ernest Joachim Sternglass (born 1923, Berlin) is a Ph.D. American physicist and author, best known for his controversial research on the health risks of low-level radiation from atmospheric testing of nuclear weapons and from nuclear power plants. Emigrating to the US in 1938, he earned his BEE (1944), MS (1951) and PhD (1953) all from Cornell University. His early works include Low-Level Radiation (1972) and Secret Fallout (1981). He is an emeritus professor at the University of Pittsburgh and is mentioned in Who's Who.
- "Cancer: Relation of Prenatal Radiation to Development of the Disease in Childhood," Science, V140, pp. 1102-04 (1963).
- 2001 - "A New Approach to the Crisis in Cosmology and Fundamental Particle Theory"
- 2000 - "Recent Evidence for a Relativistic Electron-Positron Model for Matter and Its Implications for Cosmology"
- 1994 - "The Relativistic Electron Pair Theory of Matter and its Implications for Cosmology"
- 1997/2001 - "Before the Big Bang: The Origins of the Universe" (Read in full)
- 1996 - "The Enemy Within: The High Cost of Living Near Nuclear Reactors: Breast Cancer, AIDS, Low Birthweights, And Other Radiation-induced Immune Deficiency Effects" (Read in full)
- 1981 - "Secret Fallout: Low Level Radiation from Hiroshima to Three Mile Island" (Read in full)