[ RadSafe ] Easy radiation quiz.
Syd H. Levine
syd.levine at mindspring.com
Sat Dec 22 02:56:05 CST 2007
I first ran into George perhaps a year ago either as a result of our company
website or maybe the Wireline Mailing List. Whichever it was, I got what
seemed like a few strange emails, but as a result of friendly correspondence
decided George is an OK kinda guy, though perhaps a bit eccentric. But then
quite a few of us on this list are a bit eccentric, so George fits right in.
I certainly would not compare George to our self-appointed DU expert, Mr.
Salsman (sp?). I would also not suspect George of developing spam mailing
lists, or anything else of a devious nature.
Syd H. Levine
AnaLog Services, Inc.
E-mail: analog at logwell.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Doug Aitken" <jdaitken at sugar-land.oilfield.slb.com>
To: "'Franz Schönhofer'" <franz.schoenhofer at chello.at>; "'Flood, John'"
<FloodJR at nv.doe.gov>; <radsafe at radlab.nl>
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2007 11:40 PM
Subject: RE: [ RadSafe ] Easy radiation quiz.
From: ..... Franz Schönhofer
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2007 6:32 PM
Then he tried to sell used equipment on RADSAFE, later he started a "survey"
on instruments used by RADSAFErs. ?????
I have kept out of this discussion, as I did not feel I could contribute
But the second "classroom installment" which is raising some hackles,
triggered my curiosity as to who is our new "professor" and what are his
It seems he has stumbled onto this group and is apparently attempting to
gain some credibility by posing textbook questions, no doubt well researched
through internet mining. But this does not seem to be an effective way of
gaining credibility - rather the opposite, judging by the responses.
And to what motivation? I decided to do a little "internet mining" courtesy
of Google and find that K0FF may have something to do with a Ham Radio call
sign (as GD seems to be active in these circles}, NLNL - New London
Nucleonics Lab seems to be a private hobby shop and there is no "real"
company as GEOelectronics (at least not associated with GD) except as a
storefront for GD's principal activity, which seems to be selling used
electronic equipment and radiation meters through EBay.......
which is owned by:
But, in the spirit of full disclosure, I find another EBay seller quoting
George Dowell as "an expert on these crystals (BaF2 as a neutron
But in his defense, GD is very prompt with responses regarding detection
instruments (freely admitting he has called the sales force of the company
in question to get the information). So he is useful.....
But I wish he would not set quizzes for us, as we have plenty to do besides
going back to school.
Reminds me of one of our "experts" on DU, who for many months tried to
bamboozles us with "technical quotes....."
Doug Aitken Cell phone: 713-562-8585
D&M Operations Support
Schlumberger Technology Corporation
Home office: 713-797-0919 Home Fax: 713-797-1757
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