[ RadSafe ] Traveling After Nuclear Medicine Procedure May n ot fly

Jean-Francois, Stephane stephane_jeanfrancois at merck.com
Fri Jul 22 14:33:03 CDT 2005

Sorry I did not express myself properly: Not detectable with "portal
monitors". All you need to create terror is to tell that a public facility
is contaminated with radioactive material. No matter the level or extend.
You don't need high level readings or alarms from portal monitors. And of
course, let the media take care of the interpretation of any contamination

Stéphane Jean-François, Eng., CHP
Manager, Environmental and Health Physics services
Merck Frosst Canada
stephane_jeanfrancois at merck.com

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Sandy Perle [mailto:sandyfl at earthlink.net] 
Envoyé : Friday, July 22, 2005 3:12 PM
À : radsafe at radlab.nl; Jean-Francois, Stephane
Objet : RE : [ RadSafe ] Traveling After Nuclear Medicine Procedure May n ot

On 22 Jul 2005 at 14:50, Jean-Francois, Stephane wrote:

> And Sandy, please
> note that "the one who really want to hurt us" wants more to create
> terror then to hurt you, and there are many non-detectable ways to
> create terror with radioactivity.

True. Of course if it's non-detectable, they won't get the increased 
public terror and associated recation.



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