[ RadSafe ] Zimmerman's Book (University at Buffalo Library)

Franz Schönhofer franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Wed Mar 2 08:58:07 CST 2011


Would you want to spend so much money to buy that book, which is according
to fellow RADSAFErs simply rubbbish? ....

If I want to read "nuclear" nonsense which would cause me to laugh I only
need to read some Austrian newspapers on the internet for free or go to
homepages of certain groups. 

Best regards,


Franz Schoenhofer, PhD
MinRat i.R.
Habicherg. 31/7
A-1160 Wien/Vienna

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Betreff: [ RadSafe ] Zimmerman's Book (University at Buffalo Library)

According to World Cat, the only library in the world that has a copy of
Zimmerman's book is the University at Buffalo.  Is there anyone on the list
who has borrowing privileges at UB?

RADSAFEr Harry Reynolds aptly said "Zimmerman's book "A Primer on the Art of
Deception" is VERY appropriately titled.  It is exactly that - and artful
deception. I think the crossed fingers behind the back on the dust jacket
are his."

The book is self-published and marketed by Zimmerman.  He was not willing to
provide review copies. 

The University at Buffalo on-line catalog provides the following

A primer in the art of deception : the cult of nuclearists, uranium weapons
and fraudulent science / Paul Zimmerman. 
Main Author:  Zimmerman, Paul. 
Format:  Book  
Language:  English
Published:  Lyndonville, N.Y. : Paul Zimmerman, c2009.
Edition:  1st ed.
Subjects:  Ionizing radiation > Health aspects. 
Depleted uranium > Health aspects. 
Ionizing radiation > Safety measures > Government policy. 
Holdings:  Lockwood Library: Book Collection 
RA569 .Z563 2009 

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