[ RadSafe ] Re: Radiation Sensors to Scan U.S. Air Cargo

Clayton J Bradt cjb01 at health.state.ny.us
Mon Sep 15 08:33:43 CDT 2008

An IND is too easily shielded, and the signal to noise ratio so poor that
any expectation of identifying one on the way into the country is
diminishingly small.  All the money plowed into detection should have been
used to recover/secure fissile materials worldwide and to improve human
intelligence within terror organizations.

With regard to RDDs: recovery and clean-up would be facilitated
immeasurably by adopting reasonable clean-up criteria in advance and
authorizing ocean disposal of contaminated debris.  If we can ignore the
Geneva Conventions we could surely ignore any ocean dumping treaties.

Clayton J. Bradt
duthbradt at hughes.net

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