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

John Jacobus crispy_bird at
Fri Sep 1 15:34:12 CDT 2006

I am not sure what papers you are referring to.  Do
you have a copy of the one I cited in another message?
 However, to the best of my understanding, the
original issue has been the basic problem of his
correlation between cigarette consumptions and lung
cancer.  I believe that Dr. Cohen's study was not to
test the LNT but the risks associated with background
and radon exposures.  However, he is the best person
to ask about this.

While you may believe that all issues center around
the LNT hypothesis, they do not.

--- Rainer.Facius at wrote:

> Dear John:
> Thank you very much for your kind offer regarding
> Dr. Cohen's papers in Health Physics and elsewhere. 
> As I said, I studied most of them including the one
> which you probably refer to. My folder contains 16
> papers dealing with Dr. Cohen's findings only and
> you will not find a single one where the
> incompatibility of the data with the LNT postulate
> is not explicitly pronounced. Most of them proclaim
> it already in the title. 
> So I am somewhat at a loss to classify your
> insinuation that Dr. Cohen's papers do not deal with
> the LNT postulate? They very much do so in
> falsifying it.
> Kind regards, Rainer
> ________________________________
> Von: radsafe-bounces at im Auftrag von John
> Jacobus
> Gesendet: Fr 01.09.2006 20:12
> An: radsafe at
> Betreff: Re: AW: [ RadSafe ] Re: Vitamin R :
> Radiation induced immuneresponseDETERS spread of
> cancer
> Rainer,
> If you would read the papers associated with Dr.
> Cohen's data, you would know that it is not based on
> LNT hypothesis but the data itself.  If you do not
> have access to the papers published in the Health
> Phyicist, let me know privately.
> --- Rainer.Facius at wrote:
> > Bernard:
> >
> > 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.
> >

May we never confuse honest dissent with disloyal subversion. 
Dwight D. Eisenhower  

-- John
John Jacobus, MS
Certified Health Physicist
e-mail:  crispy_bird at

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