[ RadSafe ] Educating USA antinucs
crispy_bird at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 15 15:35:08 CDT 2005
Sandy, et. al.,
an even more basic question is how do you define safe?
I would that is a personal question to each of us and
members of the public.
--- radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl <sandyfl at earthlink.net>
> On 14 Oct 2005 at 16:29, Sinclair, Michael wrote:
> > It is self-defeating to
> > point out that there is always radiation present
in the environment
> > while asserting that even the lowest level of
exposure is hazardous to
> > your health!
> Until we as an industry have a consensus, which we
are far from
> achieving, don't blame the public for their
disregard of those who
> tell them that there is simply no hazards, or that
they are minimal.
> or that the probability for risk based damage is
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