[ RadSafe ] More Physics
franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Sat Mar 19 20:03:10 CDT 2016
Dear Mr or Ms Radiation physics!
The radsafe rule that list participants should identify themselves is
becoming more and more a recommendation which need not be obeyed to....
Similarily like some citizens believe that speed limits are mere
recommendations and are very angry if they receive a ticket for
Back to radiation protection, following your advice to Joe. In the beginning
I thought that he was joking about various books on aliens and similar
science fiction of which ou r cinemas are full. I love btw the movie "Mars
attacks" in which the marsians use space ships of exactly the same shape as
Joe refers to in his references. So it seemed to me somewhat refreshing that
some humor was entering into radsafe. I was obviously wrong.
While writing about critizising: I have the feeling, that a very large part
of Radsafe traffic can at least be attributed to the category of off topic.
At least 40 to 50 % is dedicated to forward nonsense from anti-nuclear
"activists". Is there really anybody really interested in what clearly
mentally sick, paranoid pseudoscientists write in their "Journals of
paranoid antinuclear pseudoscientists"? What is posted is hairraising, but I
assure you that I could send you very similar paranoid newspaper articles
from Austrian "quality newspapers", intererstingly Swedish and Finnish
papers are not hateful at all against anything nuclear. Most "critical"
contributions about the health risks of nuclear power, Fukushima and
Chernobyl are written by economists, philosophers, biologists, medical
doctors (starting with the damage from Hiroshima and Nagasaki!) and any
other celebrity in whatever field they work. To be honest I do not remember
of heaving read comments by soccer or tennis players, not even our top
Another criticism is related to the general attitude of most US
contributors. I have pointed out serveral times that I think that
So much before being flamed too much by
Sent: Saturday, March 19, 2016 11:25 Subject: [ RadSafe ] More Physics
Completely out of scope ! Stay focused Mr. Preisig. No science fiction
here. Speak science !
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> Date: Sat, 19 Mar 2016 01:06:55 -0400
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> The connection between Electromagnetism and Gravity can probably be
> used to make a Tractor-beam, ala Star Trek. I can't say it is simple.
> The Iranian spacecraft may have had a tractor beam when it captured the
> drone. The Iranians back-engineered a crashed UFO, that had crashed in
> Iran. They apparently know much of what the USA knows.
> From Admiral Byrd's diaries about his trip to Antarctica with a US
> Task force, it is apparent that the spacecraft that greeted him in his
> airplane, and held his plane with a tractor beam???, had a tractor beam.
> See youtubes about Byrd and Operation Highjump.
> Someday you might be able to build one in your basement.
> Joe Preisig
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