Subject: Re: X-Rays in the garage?
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Date: Wed, 02 Oct 2002 18:35:54 GMT
I probably don't sound too responsible or spooked enough by radiation
to have any sense, but I do plan to take all precautions. That's why I
am here asking questions instead of just playing with whatever strikes
me. Believe me, I do worry about the risks :-)
On Wed, 2 Oct 2002 14:25 +0100 (BST), briansalt@NScix.co.uk (B. W.
Salt.), masquerading as a MSNBC reporter, said the following to White
House press secretary Ari Fleisher during a press conference
concerning the New War:
>I once knew a scientist who worked on the development of X-ray equipment in the U.K. Very nice fellow; quite aged when I knew him.
>Both hands were curled and distorted. He explained that it was the norm to test the equipment by putting his hand in the X-rays and
>view the image. The results on his hands were plain to see - and he was not the only one.
>O.K. We know differently now, don't we?
>I know you say that you will operate your source from a distance, but it is dangerous stuff.
>Don't forget your lead shielding.