[ RadSafe ] Radiation Protection and Academic Pursuits

Howard howard.long at comcast.net
Sat Mar 19 20:34:41 CDT 2011

I must have omitted the motivation: $10,000,000 earmark for political supporters.

At Clemson, would you deny access (to a PhD student with highest grades) to reactor equipment the student himself had constructed, in order to give that equipment to students more politically favored and in order for faculty to sell?

I would not trust any health physics graduate from such a program.
Participants in Doctors for Disaster programs hosted by Dr Robinson (Linus Pauling's partner) and readers of his Access to Energy, please comment.

Distrust of current info from Japan foretells decline of the whole health physics profession if it cannot stop this corruption at OSU. Do try to get the OSU view

On Mar 19, 2011, at 1:33 PM, "Larry Addis" <ajess at clemson.edu> wrote:

> Howard,
> You need not help me understand the situation you referred to.  The first
> thing I read by Art Robinson was that he was:
> "rescuing our country from the out-of-control Obama administration". Sounds
> like political ideology to me.
> I read all the materials presented on the "Outrage" by Art Robinson and saw
> nothing relating to radiation protection and little to academic pursuits.  
> I did see terms like:
> home schooling, and Christian, drunken parties of OSU nuclear engineering
> students during taxpayer-financed trips to scientific meetings. 
> Politics should have NO place on either side of an academic issue. Nor
> should the other things mentioned.
> I feel sorry for the students.  I hope this all gets resolved and otherwise
> deserving students get an open, fair and unobstructed opportunity to finish
> their academic pursuits.
> LA   
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