[ RadSafe ] Re: Panel wants tighter radiation security

Cindy Bloom radbloom at comcast.net
Wed Oct 17 12:10:53 CDT 2007


I'm confused.  The original post stated:
"The report comes from the Defense Science Board, a panel of retired 
military and CIA officials and defense industry experts who offer the 
Pentagon possible solutions to actual and potential national security 
problems. It is expected to be released late this year."
The above description doesn't really sound like DOE HPs.  Authors names do 
not appear to be available because the report is not yet released, so I 
guess time will tell who has written the opinions (if names are included in 
the report - names were not readily available on the Board's web site).

Also, it was difficult for me to glean your opinion regarding continued use 
of Cs-137 irradiators from your note, which  seems to be dependent on your 
(undisclosed) regard for DOE HPs.


At 02:03 PM 10/15/2007 -0400, Clayton J Bradt wrote:

>The people leading the charge against Cs-137 self-shielded irradiators are
>not ignorant bureaucrats and politicians: they're health physicists working
>for DOE.
>Clayton J. Bradt
>Assistant Bureau Director
>NYS Dept. of Health
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