[ RadSafe ] *** SPAM *** Re: Test tubes of "nuclear energy powder"

franz.schoenhofer at chello.at franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Sun Jun 13 13:41:35 CDT 2010

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Content preview:  RADSAFErs, To put on any warning sign about radioactivity
  on any good, which is not radioactive is strictly forbidden in Europe. I suppose
   that it is of psychological reasons. If one sees everywhere warning signs
   in places where there is no risk, then people will not care for these signs
   even in really dangerous situations. I do not put my coffee cup with the
  trefoil on it in a prominently visible place! [...] 

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