[ RadSafe ] o.4 Sv extra radiation over 10 years may protect from much teratogenesis

Steven Dapra sjd at swcp.com
Wed Jul 2 19:37:19 CDT 2008

July 2

         I can remember James calling himself Ben on a regular 
basis.  DIdn't he also hide behind the name Dave for a short time?  How 
about it James --- or do you remember all your fake names?  (I can hardly 
wait to read your CV.)

         Referring to James' snippy reply, and from a precise and medical 
standpoint, is a genetic disease the same thing as a heritable defect?

Steven Dapra

At 05:54 PM 7/2/08 -0500, garyi at trinityphysics.com wrote:
>Hi James, thought you had faded out.  Did you see a few days ago that I 
>too had a
>pseudonym?  I think I was Joe for about 45 minutes.
>You can split hairs and say that John is technically not correct, and you 
>would technically be
>right.  But that won't change the fact that your usage of the term in 
>previous messages
>reveals that you have a pretty superficial understanding of it.  Several 
>people have hinted to
>you or stated outright that DU as a teratogen is not very helpful to your 
>cause.  You would do
>well to pay more attention to those messages.
>However, I am enjoying your "Is TOO!" line of argument, so feel free to 
>ignore me and stick
>with that if you want.
>-Gary Isenhower
>On 2 Jul 2008 at 13:39, James Salsman wrote:
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>John Jacobus wrote:
> > Teratogenesis has nothing to do with genetic diseases.
>That is false.  Teratogens can cause heritable defects.
>James Salsman

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