[ RadSafe ] DU not toxicologically identical to non D-U

Steven Dapra sjd at swcp.com
Tue Nov 8 19:34:42 CST 2011

Nov. 8

         This may serve to explain why Busby is waving around 
(Professor Dudley) Goodhead.


         At the same time, in the Daily Mail Prof. Goodhead said 
Fukushima was much ado about nothing:


         A brief biography of Goodhead:


Steven Dapra

At 01:19 PM 11/8/2011, you wrote:
>You have changed the argument, but yes, it is significant since the 
>U is on the DNA whereas the "dose from all sources" is not on the 
>DNA. Goodhead has argued (and so has Gofman and so have I) that at 
>1mSv a year external each cell gets only one track. You can work it 
>out yourself. Thats the "dose from all sources" and there is time to 
>repair damage. This is not the case for a U atom bound to DNA which 
>has an increased gamma cross section and therefore greater 
>photoelectron (like beta particles) production.
>I have not changed my argument which was about photoelectron 
>enhancement due to high Z elements, which it is now clear you now understand.
>Thats all that needs to be said.


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