[ RadSafe ] howard Long - Fly for radiation hormesis!
jk5554 at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 22 15:07:30 CST 2006
Re: Backscatter x-ray machines -
Manufacturer info states that the dose from these
machines is very low - 0.1 microSv/scan and is about
1/100 of one day's natural background dose.
Even the baggage screening machines are quite low-dose
- check the links for rates:
--- Reuven <reuven99 at newsguy.com> wrote:
> Fly for radiation hormesis!
> I bet that Mr. H. Long is unfamiliar with the
> now classic "How to Lie with Statistics" by Darrell
> Otherwise he would be more cautious and guarded in
> unequivocal endorsement. [radsafe Digest, Vol 74,
> Issue 10]
> One does not need to resort to the expensive flying
> of prolonging one's life - A "healthy" (and
> dose of low energy radiation can be currently
> at the "new" x-ray total body booths at
> the near airport.
> Reuven Zach
> ----- Original Message -----
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> Sent: Thursday, December 21, 2006 8:33 PM
> Subject: radsafe Digest, Vol 74, Issue 10
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