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From: Keith R. Williams
Subject: Re: eer
Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2002 16:49:11 -0500
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In article <email@example.com>,
> Keith R. Williams firstname.lastname@example.org
> >You forgot neutrons. In all cases *fast* ones (high energy) will
> >fry you. Ionizing radiation is badness to living things.
> You are correct. I forgot that.
> However, you forgot to answer the question. Even?
I certainly did answer the question, perhaps in a different
It doesn't much matter what is emitting what, as much as the
energy behind what's being emitted. It's *IONIZING* radiation
> >I suppose you have hear of the dangers of radiation poisoning?
> >Even ol' Sol's light causes cancer.
> Actually with the exception of some genetic issues that destroy
> the body's error correction system the major cause of cancer is
> simply living long enough.
> Die young. Guaranteed to prevent cancer :p)
That's a good answer. Let people die! You're running for public
office, I presume?
> Here I am on the beach sitting under a poorly shielded thermonuclear reactor.
Actually the fusion reactor is rather well shielded from us
Earthinkgs. Distance works (as does the atmospheres of both Sol
and Earth). I'm sure you'd burn rather quickly on the "beach" on
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