[ RadSafe ] Incitement in Lebanon: Israel Used Radioactive Bombs
crispy_bird at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 22 08:23:45 CDT 2006
Are you saying you are clueless?
--- Gerry Blackwood <gpblackwood at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Any clues?
> Incitement in Lebanon: Israel Used Radioactive Bombs
> 06:19 Aug 22, '06 / 28 Av 5766
> (IsraelNN.com) A Lebanese scientist has
> accused Israel of using radioactivity material in
> its retaliatory bombing attacks on Hizbullah
> terrorists targets. Mohamed Ali Qobeissi said a
> 10-foot deep crater contained "a high degree of
> unidentified radioactive materials"
> He added that the Israeli weapons "probably
> contained a high level of uranium" but probably did
> not include radioactivity dust that causes cancer.
> "Dante once said that the hottest places in hell are
> reserved for those who in a period of moral crisis
> maintain their neutrality."
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>From an article about physicians doing clinical studies:
"It was just before an early morning meeting, and I was really trying to get to the bagels, but I couldn't help overhearing a conversation between one of my statistical colleagues and a surgeon.
Statistician: "Oh, so you have already calculated the P value?"
Surgeon: "Yes, I used multinomial logistic regression."
Statistician: "Really? How did you come up with that?"
Surgeon: "Well, I tried each analysis on the SPSS drop-down menus, and that was the one that gave the smallest P value"."
John Jacobus, MS
Certified Health Physicist
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