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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Bob Wilson)
Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
Date: Sat, 28 Sep 2002 03:51:56 -0000
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>I am wondering how all these people who are complaining about valid
>questions (technical questions - not just arbitrary fish soup and laser
>cutting eyes ,etc) did not say a peep when all that stuff was going on ?
>Many joined in with great gusto ! Pitching in solutions. The complainers
>were one or two only.
>Now, there seems to be some ganging up of some sort ?
>If these writers are actually working on RF, and are aware of the risks,
>then this ganging up is uncalled for. This is only a technical discussion.
>You ain't getting anywhere by attacking me.
>The facts will stand on their own.
In fact there's not much need to "attack" you, since you're doing a good job
of making yourself look rather foolish. You should realize that "these
writers are actually working on RF", as you refer to them, can easily see
through the technobable you are spouting. There's nothing more absurd than
someone who has no technical knowlege or experience with a particular
subject, trying to sound knowledgeable (then criticizing those who DO
understand the subject when they try to explain it).
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