From: Mark Fergerson
Organization: @Home Network Member
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Subject: Re: Any ideas on measuring radiation in the home ?
Date: Fri, 04 Oct 2002 01:40:01 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 03 Oct 2002 21:40:01 EDT
> I have to ask you and other determined nay-sayers this question.
I have asked you a question you have
> Do you have a vested interest in one outcome vs. another ?
What makes you a candidate for this
> ie. are you already compromised in this debate by being 'dependent' in some
> way ?
i.e. why do you think you're "special"
as opposed to those who don't believe
your assessment of your observations?
> Another way to put it is, do you have an axe to grind ? who argue vehemently are somehow already compromised in their job,
> commitments, etc. and do not state it as part of the debate. >
What axe are _you_ grinding?
> No claim is made, only a hypothesis is projected based upon observed
> phenomena and available literature.
Bullshit. You've claimed repeatedly
that some "faceless Government Agency"
is subjecting you to horrific tortures
that would make the Weiss Angel blush,
> To claim safety so vehemently, you have to have counter-proof by testing
> each and every situation of pattern, spectrum, power, etc. You have no such
> thing. Therefore, you do not even have a fraction of the basis needed for a
> vehement denial or ridiculing others.
To claim hazard so vehemently, you
have to describe the exact mode of
detection of what instrumentation you
have, and what it's detecting. You so
far have a "LED detector" which could be
any damn thing. Therefore, you have no
basis for rejecting the resonable
objections you've received.
Mark L. Fergerson