[ RadSafe ] uranium and breast cancer

Steven Dapra sjd at swcp.com
Mon Jun 2 18:33:10 CDT 2008

June 2

         I would say it is both naive and ridiculous, as well as a few 
other things.  It's a looong list (nothing profane), and since it's long I 
won't send it.  You can find it all in Roget's.

Steven Dapra

At 11:54 AM 6/2/08 -0500, Doug Aitken wrote:
>Does anyone think that this is at least naïve, or perhaps (more directly) 
>a ridiculous statement?
>After all, history has shown our politicians are somewhat unqualified as 
>scientific arbiters....
>-----Original Message-----
>From: James Salsman
>I think we in the U.S. need to organize a direct-to-congress campaign of 
>truth in advertising when it comes to safety provisions, asking each 
>congressperson to hold committee hearings.  Surely more government is the 
>last, best hope for science.  Unless, of course, science doesn't need a 
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