AW: [ RadSafe ] Re: Vitamin R : Radiation induced immune responseDETERS spread of cancer
crispy_bird at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 5 09:07:44 CDT 2006
I find nothing objectionable about your papers.
However, I am not an epidemiologist and cannot comment
on the issues surrounding your data. I believe that
this was the issue you had with others.
Apparently, the issues were never resolved. Is that
--- "Bernard L. Cohen" <blc+ at pitt.edu> wrote:
> John Jacobus wrote:
> >If you would read the papers associated with Dr.
> >Cohen's data, you would know that it is not based
> >LNT hypothesis but the data itself.
> ---My papers compare the experimental data with
> predictions from the
> LNT theory, and show that the experimental data are
> not compatible with
> those predictions. In the scientific method, that is
> the way theories
> are tested. If the experimental data are not
> consistent with the
> theory's predictions, the scientific method requires
> that the theory be
> Can you explain what you find objectionable?
> >>Having followed quite closely the arguments about
> >>your findings I can attest that whenever a
> >>hypothesis had been offered which was accessible
> >>a quantitative test (in contrast to the all to
> >>frequent hand waving !!! ) that you indeed
> >>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
May we never confuse honest dissent with disloyal subversion.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
John Jacobus, MS
Certified Health Physicist
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