[ RadSafe ] Concerns Could Reduce Radiation Sensor Deployment

BLHamrick at aol.com BLHamrick at aol.com
Mon Sep 8 19:19:28 CDT 2008

Oh, that's quite funny, and absolutely true.
Also, in response to Howard, I have to say that the fact that there have  not 
been other attacks in the U.S. is no proof that anything we've done has  been 
effective.  I could as easily say that the palm trees in my back yard  are 
effective tiger repellents, because I haven't ever had a tiger in my back  yard.
In a message dated 9/8/2008 8:55:46 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,  
cjb01 at health.state.ny.us writes:

SDI is  actually a pretty good analogy.  It works, but only if there is  only
one missile at a time and we know its coming and what its trajectory  will
be. Detecting nukes at the border would be effective under  similar
circumstances: If we know the terrorist is coming, when he's coming  and
where, it will be no problem to identify the nuke he's  carrying.

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