[ RadSafe ] Hot particles on automobile air filters

franz.schoenhofer at chello.at franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Tue Jun 28 04:49:41 CDT 2011


I join Steven with his comment. I have crfiticized Chris' opinions heavily, but I categorilly deny to have him accused of using photoshop to falsify spectra. Needless to say that in the case of nuclear fallout a NaI-spectrum is of very little use and shows that he has no idea about modern radioactivity measurements. If he is not able to interepret spectra he should leave commenting on them.

Best regards to RADSAFE.


---- Steven Dapra <sjd at swcp.com> schrieb:
> June 26
> Dear Dr. Busby:
>          Why have you accused me (twice now) of saying you might have 
> made something up on photoshop?  I have never accused you of any such 
> thing, nor have I ever intimated that you might make something up on 
> photoshop.  Please explain yourself, or at least refrain for making 
> this false accusation against me.
>          Thank you.
> Steven Dapra
> At 03:29 PM 6/25/2011, you wrote:
> >Dear Dimiter,
> >
> >Yes, I have the spectrum in front of me. The peaks show Cs137 and Cs134.
> >I attach the spectrum for your interest. The vehicle filter was from Tokyo.
> >Maybe you can find the Radon daughter peaks.
> >This spectrum must not be put on the internet but can be used for 
> >helpful comment.
> >
> >I expect Mr Franz and Mr Dapra will say I made it up on photoshop.
> >
> >
> >Sincerely
> >Chris
> [edit]
> _______________________________________________
> You are currently subscribed to the RadSafe mailing list
> Before posting a message to RadSafe be sure to have read and understood the RadSafe rules. These can be found at: http://health.phys.iit.edu/radsaferules.html
> For information on how to subscribe or unsubscribe and other settings visit: http://health.phys.iit.edu

Franz Schoenhofer, PhD, MinRat
Habicherg. 31/7
A-1160 Vienna
mobile: ++43 699 1706 1227

More information about the RadSafe mailing list