[ RadSafe ] Helmut Wabnig - another troll!!!

Franz Schönhofer franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Mon May 6 07:11:31 CDT 2013


Greetings from the hospital, where I reside since two weeks with five broken
toes and a broken bone in my left foot! Since my older son brought my
computer yesterday I am now able to check my e-mails and to bother you in
return by sending my e-mails...

I found "funny" contributions  about the nuclear power sindustry (see below)
sent from a Helmut Wabnig from an Austrian e-mail address. I became curious
and checked the name on Google. Besides a lot of bla bla I found advertising
for some radiation measurement instrument, a meeting of radioamateurs in
Serbia and also a highly scientific contribution on how to replace the
battery of a HP41 calculator. This person has obviously nothing to do with
protection, repeats some ridiculous antinuclear opinions or statements he
takes from the boulevard press and Austrian "public opinion". According to
the scope of RADSAFE this list is for radiation protection professionals and
not for ignorant trolls. I strongly recommend that this troll is removed
from the list or at least that he is ignored and nobody feeds him. If he had
just a little bit of honesty he would refrain immediately and voluntarily to
bother the list with his "expertises".

Best regards from my room with a great view over parts of Vienna and the
famous "Vienna woods"!


-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- 
From: Helmut Wabnig
Sent: Saturday, May 04, 2013 1:37 PM
To: The International Radiation Protection (Health Physics) Mailing List
Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] Fwd: [New post] Tomatoes,deformed by Fukushima
radiation, on sale in Japan

On Sat, 4 May 2013 02:16:03 -0700, you wrote:

>Somehow, I strongly doubt that tomatoes have been mutated by Fukushima
>radiation, but this is the kind of thing that is constantly being pumped
>out to destroy the nuclear power industry around the world.  It does not
>take knowledge to motivate politicians, it only takes lots of potential
>voters raising their voices loudly!
>Roger Helbig

When the nuclear power industry contaminates wide areas of populated and
fertile land and poisones the fish grounds along
the coast, then there is no argument left against destroying the
nuclear industry, regardless whether the tomatos are really mutated
or not, which they probably aren't. and which argument is
irrelevant considering the widespread damage done by the nuclear
industry. It does not take knowledge to motivate politicians, it only
takes lots of potential voters raising their voices loudly!

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