[ RadSafe ] DU circus road map
sjd at swcp.com
Mon Jun 2 18:34:34 CDT 2008
Thank you, Gary! That was hilarious.
At 12:43 PM 6/2/08 -0500, garyi at trinityphysics.com wrote:
>Since this thread
> - has been going on for some time (way longer than needful)
> - is convoluted/obfuscated
> - seems to go in circles, elipses, and figure eights,
>I thought it might be helpful to provide the following rough map showing
>where we are on the
>DU Mobius sTrip and Traveling Circuit.
>James KNOWS that DU is a Big Problem, therefore:
> 010 James alleges some significant DU health effect (X).
> >> YOU ARE HERE <<
> 020 Radsafe members question (X), ask for citations.
> 030 James implies that Radsafe should prove (X).
> 040 Radsafe presses for citations.
> 050 James give a link to a blog/email/newspaper quote.
> 060 Radsafe asks for peer reviewed references.
> 070 James posts a reference.
> 080 Radsafe members read reference, find no proof of (X).
> 090 James makes the transformation SET (X) = (X'), pretends to be
> 100 N(x) = N(x) +1
> 110 IF N(x) = 1/0 THEN EXIT LOOP, ELSE GOTO BEGIN LOOP
>On 2 Jun 2008 at 8:07, James Salsman wrote:
> > Steve,
> > Thank you for reading the J.L. Domingo review:
> > > DU in the form of uranyl acetate dihydrate
> > > appears to be teratogenic, at least in certain
> > > strains of laboratory mice and rats.
> > Rats? I though you said not rats for Domingo. Anyway, that's not the
> > only uranyl cation. Uranyl oxide is soluble in dog lung fluid in
> > around 3-5 days. Serum chemistry is not going to care very much at
> > all about the cation in solution, although if you have acetate ions
> > you are certainly in different shape than if you have O+ in serum too.
> > Did you ever find the 1953 text?
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