AW: [ RadSafe ] Re: Vitamin R : Radiation induced immune responseDETERS spread of cancer

Rainer.Facius at Rainer.Facius at
Fri Sep 1 12:51:50 CDT 2006


Having followed quite closely the arguments about your findings I can attest that whenever a specific hypothesis had been offered which was accessible to a quantitative test (in contrast to the all to frequent hand waving !!! ) that you indeed performed this test with the invariant published result that the hypothesis offered could not bridge the gap between your data and the LNT postulate. 

Congratulations, Rainer


Von: radsafe-bounces at im Auftrag von Bernard L. Cohen
Gesendet: Fr 01.09.2006 17:14
An: John Jacobus
Cc: radsafe
Betreff: Re: [ RadSafe ] Re: Vitamin R : Radiation induced immune responseDETERS spread of cancer

John Jacobus wrote:

> I will leave Dr.
>Cohen to comment on the results of his work.
    ---If you or anyone else can offer even a remotely plausible
explanation for my results other than failure  of Linear- no threshold
theory, please let me know so I can do an analysis. The explanation
would have to be specific enough for me to do an analytical  evaluation;
please don't obscure the issue with generalized statements as has been
done so often on this list.. I am willing to explore parameters over a
very wide range, but your explanation should specify (or at least
suggest) what parameters to explore. All explanations offered to date
have been shown to be extremely implausible.

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