[ RadSafe ] Help! <Help is needed!

franz.schoenhofer at chello.at franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Fri Jul 15 15:55:12 CDT 2011


I ask for your help! I recently read on a RADSAFE message, that the word "nonsense" is not acceptable on RADSAFE. I notice that anything that had been previously characterized by this word, distributed by a Raman Spectroscopist is forwarded without delay, while critical comments by those who have worked in that field as professionals for decades are either delayed or are blocked completely. 

As a non native speaker I ask for your help to tell me, how to characterize in words acceptable by the moderator the "contributions" by the Raman Spetroscopist Chris Busby. Additionally I would like to know about the rules of conduct - it is annoying to write a long contribution only to learn days later that it has not been forwarded (without notice).

I hope that this attempt to satisfy some unknown code of conduct will be accepted and look forward to a comprehensive answer. . 

Best regards,


---- Jeff Terry <terryj at iit.edu> schrieb:
> Many books are often cited as references. 
> That said, non-peer reviewed work may not be as reliable as peer reviewed works. 
> I try to avoid referencing non-peer reviewed work, but I have referenced textbooks. 
> It is up to the reader to evaluate the veracity of sources. Often, clues can be garnered from the title of a reference. 
> Jeff
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Franz Schoenhofer, PhD, MinRat
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