[ RadSafe ] Tritium , Panic, etc

Bailey, Pete Pete.Bailey at fpl.com
Wed Feb 3 08:09:09 CST 2010

Very good technical discussions by y'all . . .

BUT : you are missing the big picture

As in the past, we're at the beginning of a possible growth in Nuclear Power.  The 'antis' will use what ever tools they have to get in the way.
And ya know what's really a shame about it ?
 . . .We (scientists) give them the tools !

We just did it again on RadSafe....
I'll use 3 sentences as quotes for my newspaper article
  (look at it from a lay persons view point)

1.    "But in 2005, the National Academy of Sciences concluded
         after an exhaustive study that even the tiniest amount of
         ionizing radiation increases the risk of cancer."

2     An almost unique property of Tritium is
       that it is detectable even in miniscule quantities.

3.   It's worse than just being detectable in miniscule quantities.

>From Maury's note :
   "The End-Of-The-World ceremony is scheduled at noon tomorrow.

My   Eyemissedit TV News sound bite:
     "World Ends at 10, live coverage at 11"

Have a great day

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