[ RadSafe ] Help! <Help is needed!
edmond0033 at comcast.net
Sat Jul 16 01:14:50 CDT 2011
I agree with you completely. It seems that certain Radsafers can make
statements that are as you said about their or others 'contributions' while
we who have been in the field for may years are questioned.
From: franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Sent: Friday, July 15, 2011 1:55 PM
To: The International Radiation Protection (Health Physics) MailingList
Subject: [ RadSafe ] Help! <Help is needed!
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. .
---- 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
> I try to avoid referencing non-peer reviewed work, but I have referenced
> It is up to the reader to evaluate the veracity of sources. Often, clues
> can be garnered from the title of a reference.
> Sent from my iPad
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Franz Schoenhofer, PhD, MinRat
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