[ RadSafe ] Re: radsafe Digest, Vol 180, Issue 4 - Pet Food Irradiation Issue

Leo M. Lowe llowe at senes.ca
Mon Jan 19 13:27:46 CST 2009


I found the record of the broadcast you note below  at 

Are you absolutely sure that there is not something to  this?  As I 
indicated in a previous message, go the Origen website at 
http://www.orijen.ca/orijen/about/ and click on "Australia Only" 
toward the top left-hand side of the page.   Based on the information 
updates, it appears that the pet food company has done a great deal 
of research into this issue, including using veterinary specialists 
and toxicologists.

Is it not possible that the high-level irradiation caused the effects 
noted (e.g., significant reduction in Vitamin A, etc) in cats fed 
solely with this pet food?    I suppose more research will tell.

Leo Lowe

>Message: 3
>Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2009 22:13:30 +0900
>From: Ivor Surveyor <isurveyor at vianet.net.au>
>Subject: [ RadSafe ] Pet Food
>To: Know_Nukes at yahoogroups.com,,radsafe at radlab.nl
>Message-ID: <20090115131332.776B7441BB at poplet1.per.eftel.com>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed
>   The video "Pet Food Industry In Trouble." is still on the ABC site,
>it is not easy to locate.
>The best way to find it is from the ABC home page, click on TV ABC1.
>Then try program website and scroll down to find programs A_Z.
>Click on A_Z, then on to 0-9. This should lead you to the 7:30
>report.  Finally you will find it is a "Vodcast" dated 12-Jan-09.
>To clear up one other matter; as a tax payer I am concerned that a
>public broadcaster founded by my money is able to publish such drivel.
>Ivor Surveyor
>[ isurveyor at vianet.net.au ]

Leo M. Lowe, Ph.D., P.Phys.

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