[ RadSafe ] NYC Proposal to Permit Radiation Detectors

garyi at trinityphysics.com garyi at trinityphysics.com
Tue Jan 8 23:26:41 CST 2008

Too true.  There's a law that says its a crime to lie (materially) to any branch of the 
government.  I notice that the injunction does not work in reverse.  How do you know when a 
politician is lying? His lips are moving.  They should have something like an endomere, which 
gets shorter every time they lie.  Then when it runs out, apoptosis!  The only drawback would 
be the weekly election cycle.


On 8 Jan 2008 at 20:06, Steven Dapra wrote:

         By the time the next election rolls around almost everyone
forgotten.  The few who remember are smeared as troglodytes, or for
living in the past --- "warmed over biscuits" --- remember?

Steven Dapra

At 05:29 PM 1/8/08 -0800, John R Johnson wrote:
>They have to explain at the next election.
>----- Original Message ----- From: "Steven Dapra" <sjd at swcp.com> To:
>"Brennan, Mike (DOH)" <Mike.Brennan at DOH.WA.GOV>; <radsafe at radlab.nl>
>Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 4:54 PM Subject: RE: [ RadSafe ] NYC
>Proposal to Permit Radiation Detectors
>>Jan. 8
>>         Governments don't have to explain anything.  They just go
>>         ahead 
>> and do it.
>>Steven Dapra
>>At 09:48 AM 1/8/08 -0800, Brennan, Mike  (DOH) wrote:
>>>I would like to see the NYC explain in court the basis for
>>>declaring unlawful the possession of a legally obtained devise that
>>>has less potential to be used in a crime or cause unintended damage
>>>than does a rock massing the same.

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