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

Doug Huffman doug.huffman at wildblue.net
Wed Mar 2 16:46:01 CST 2011

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Putatively the final 40 pages and bibliography are here


On 3/2/2011 08:46, Maury Siskel wrote:
> It should be possible if one wishes to borrow the book to get it via
> interlibrary loan through any public library where you have a card.
> Always more than one way to skin a book.  <g>
> Best,
> Maury&Dog
> =======================
> Roger Helbig wrote:
>> 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
>> information:
>> 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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