[ RadSafe ] sr90 from noble gases

StevenFrey at aol.com StevenFrey at aol.com
Thu Dec 29 17:35:27 CST 2005

We certainly can, Norm. Your question shows that you don't understand  this 
science. With due respect, why should we waste our time educating you? You  
don't trust any of us in here, anyway. We're all nuclear liars in your  mind.
Recommendation: enroll in a radiation sciences program at a credible  college 
or university. See. Learn. Do. You might even enjoy the academic journey  
toward enlightenment.
Your old friend,
In a message dated 12/29/2005 3:52:10 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
ncohen12 at comcast.net writes:

Guys and  gals,

Somewhere I read that sr90 could be produced from the decay of  noble gases
emitted from nuke plants. What can you all tell me about  this?


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