[ RadSafe ] RDD's etc.
maurysis at peoplepc.com
Mon Feb 14 15:41:09 CST 2011
I may be seriously misguided, but it seems amusing (although
unfortunately involving serious beliefs) that discussion of terrorist
methods should be restricted for fear we would give them new ideas. How
condescending can one become? I'm very 'mischief oriented' and think
hard about ways to twist the tails of authority figures, (you know, pot
seeds in city hall flower beds or how to defeat city street cameras,
etc.) but dream up something 'truly original' from which 'they' might
benefit? Yes, all things are possible, but there are Seven Billion human
brains running around loose out there (e.g., crop circles and UFOs in
the night sky) -- that is an awesome number of fun and ideas.
Doug Huffman wrote:
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>This material is fundamental and required no particular prerequisites of
>any sort to receive. A precept was LNT dose-risk correlation.
>Who is the "We have agreed not to go into details out here in the
>open."? That seems to be the precise topic to which RadSafe is devoted.
> Noting the New London address, is there any chance that we are
>discussing with a newly separated USN engineering laboratory technician?
>After listening to the audio, viewing the presentation, and taking the
>knowledge assessment on this page, you will be able to do the following:
> * Identify radiological terror weapons
> * Describe the main risks from ionizing radiation
> * Identify the primary issues facing first responders
> * Define perimeters
> * Define "decision dose" and provide numerical values associated with it
> * Identify main medical management approaches
>On 2/14/2011 07:23, GEOelectronics at netscape.com wrote:
>>Subject: RDD's etc.
>>According to a couple of updated courses I just retook:
>>Johns Hopkins/ Bloomberg School of Public Health; "Practical Aspects of
>>Preparing for, and Responding to, Radiological Terrorism" and
>"Radiation Terror 101"
>>We have agreed not to go into details out here in the open, so I'll bite my tongue and leave it at that.
>>My main contribution is detection methodology. Because of this I tend to think
>>about scenarios that circumvent our equipment.
>>New London Nucleonics Lab
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