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From: "Frank Bemelman"
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Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : One Source of Nuclear Gamma found (?)
Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2003 17:46:16 +0100
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"Nicolas Matringe" schreef in bericht
> Frank Bemelman wrote:
> > "News2020" schreef in bericht
> > news:rCwW9.118787$hK4.email@example.com...
> > > > Does anyone know of ways of detecting/measuring/recording Gamma
> > radiation
> > Buy films, 400 ASA. Leave them inside their carton box and place them
> > at spots you suspect most. After a few days, have them developed and
> > printed at a 1-hour photoshop. Try longer exposure times or more
> > films (800ASA) if need be. Put numbers on the films, and make notes
> > film was placed in which room etc.
> You may even not trust your local photo store: buy some black & white
> ISO should be OK. 1600 or 3200 ISO will certainly work: they get damaged
> airport X-rays luggage checkers) and develope them yourself.
Yes, I would recommend ILFORD 800 ASA. You have to go to a photoshop,
since you can not buy B/W films in the supermarket around the corner.
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