[ RadSafe ] Help!
franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Fri Sep 2 09:25:53 CDT 2011
I am used to all kind of funny messages by Chris Busby, but this is by far the most absurd one I ever have read.
To call oneself "Scientific Secretary" of a fake organisation - yes I wrote "fake organisation"!!! - and to offfer to act as a reviewer of a scientific journal without having any scientific background and - as constantly demonstrated - any scientific knowledge is one of the most unbelievable and absurd messages ever disributed on RADSAFE. All the previous trolls were just nothing compared to this one.
A classical citation for the "educated": "Quo usque tandem abuteris patientiam nostram?" - "How long will you abuse our patience?".
This person is ridiculing all the scientists and experts of radiation who participate on RADSAFE. I think that the list moderator should do something about protecting the list from his molestations. I don't think that to censor my post is the right measure.
Best regards to everybody except Chris Busby.
> I nominate myself.
> Chris Busby
> Scientific Secretary ECRR (www.euradcom.org)
> Member Physicians of Chernobyl
> Editor ECRR2003 and ECRR2010 and various other reports.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: radsafe-bounces at agni.phys.iit.edu on behalf of Mike Quastel
> Sent: Thu 01/09/2011 16:04
> To: The International Radiation Protection (Health Physics) Mailing List
> Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] Help!
> Just saw your notice. Perhaps I can suggest myself as a reviewer. I
> am professor emeritus of nuclear medicine at the Faculty of Health
> Sciences of the Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Beer Sheva Israel.
> Some years ago, we had a major immigration to Israel of people from
> Belarus, Ukraine and Russia and carried out a large research project
> on the matter of radiocesium in these people, as well as other health
> parameters. You can find our papers in the internet, including one in
> Health Physics.
> Should you be interested please let me know.
> Michael Quastel MD, PhD
> On Aug 6, 2011, at 2:49 AM, George Stanford wrote:
> > Help! A couple of technical papers on the distribution
> > and implications of Cs-137 around Fukushima have
> > been submitted to a peer-reviewed journal, and names
> > of a few knowledgeable people who could act as
> > referees are being sought. If any candidates come to
> > mind, please send me -- OFF LIST -- their names
> > (and affiliations, if known). Self nominations would
> > be acceptable.
> > Thanks.
> > -- George Stanford
> > <gstanford at aya.yale.edu>
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Franz Schoenhofer, PhD, MinRat
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