[ RadSafe ] Adopting the International System of Units for Radiation Measurements
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Wed Sep 14 14:10:56 CDT 2016
The public's understanding and ability to put either number in any
sensible perspective is marginal at best. What is the point of change
anyway? It doesn't improve safety, or efficiency. one system is as good
as the other and change for the sake of change is just disruptive and
adds unnecessary confusion.
On 9/14/2016 9:11 AM, Conway Lowe Family wrote:
> With all due respect, please stop with all the excuses and move into the
> 21st century. Just get on with it.
> Relative to frightening the math-weak public, it all depends on how you ask
> the question. What sounds "scarier": 1 Bq or 2.7E-11 Ci ? I would think
> the latter.
> L. Lowe
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