Monthly Archives: March 2011

MikeW prescribes the only cure for the media’s radiation sickness

But of course: Thanks Mike!

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Been dealing with rad stuff ourselves this morning, no casualties are expected.

Totally busy this morning. We made an infrequent entry into our outer “hot cell” here, so dose and lots of contamination to deal with. I had it easy as the “outside man”; handing stuff in, surveying stuff out, and documenting … Continue reading

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Channel WORM Os-185 now on the air.

Good morning, from Wichita KS. We know that time is your most precious resource, and are honored that you spend even a pittance here. Yesterday was relatively sedate, media-panic wise. The nuclear rule of thumb is the same as all … Continue reading

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Channel WORM Rb-83 ends another broadcast day.

Thank you for your patronage. Your comments are always welcome wherever you care to speak. New and link-intensive comments are approved at the start of every broadcast. Tonight we’ve learned that those exposed to radiation are to be ostracized by … Continue reading

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When the “radiation/contamination” farce becomes a travesty.

This blog has mentioned the difference between “radiation” and “contamination”, hasn’t it?  Sure feels like it has.  Oh, right.  Last post.  And many before it.  It’s grimly amusing in good times, when there’s luxury to be ignorant. This is not one … Continue reading

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“Radiation” found in U.S. milk.

The Wall Street Journal is one of the best media outlets there is.  And even they can’t get past the “radiation/contamination” Wall of Confusion. Okay, technically radiation can be found “inside” milk…if the milk is inside your instrument, say a liquid … Continue reading

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Help! Any WordPressers here?

I’m trying to get WordPress to stop emailing me notice for every single post and comment.  Hadn’t checked the yahoo email for a while, and there were 779 emails!  Only a couple of which weren’t self-generated. Thought I’d managed to … Continue reading

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