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fred20155 9 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 15, 2014 10:02 PM Member since: Nov 30, 2009
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  • Reply to

    Cowards

    by speicherscott Aug 15, 2014 7:06 PM
    fred20155 fred20155 Aug 15, 2014 10:02 PM Flag

    speicherscott - you are welcome to join us at:
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    No clowns like on here are tolerated over there. Only serious longs like yourself that want to discuss FACTS.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    NEED TO INVESTIGATE LAW FIRM, PEOPLE

    by gotoluxor Aug 8, 2014 1:51 PM
    fred20155 fred20155 Aug 8, 2014 2:10 PM Flag

    Indeed, I'm sure IMSC can and will sue them and then find out who was behind this.

  • Entendance correctly predicted this was coming and predicted the ultimate removal of a device from the ACSTL. Also some additional information on the vulnerability has been posted at:
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  • No slander against the company allowed at:
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  • fred20155 fred20155 Jul 30, 2014 7:58 AM Flag

    You can also find the link along with other discussion about IMSC, on a board where posting web links isn't difficult at:
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    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • fred20155 fred20155 Jul 9, 2014 1:03 PM Flag

    For those following the IMSC Millionaire Investors Club Board (12345678 freeforums) this was discussed there in much greater detail 5 months ago than the post today on the "other board". To get there add net after what's in parenthesis with the appropriate symbols!

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    US Govt DUMPING Morpho's Itemiser ETD machines

    by b9molecule Jun 4, 2014 7:08 PM
    fred20155 fred20155 Jun 4, 2014 7:53 PM Flag

    Also at an Air Force base someone very recently lost an Ionscan 5000 and due to the radioactive source had to fill out the following "incident report" detailing the radioactive content:

    LOSS OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL

    The following report was received via email;

    "1. IAW 10 CFR 20.2201(a)(1)(ii), we are providing a written report for the loss of radioactive material. The loss of material was reported on 27 Jan 14; 1) telephonically to NRC Operations Center, Event No. 49766 and 2) via E-mail to NRC, Region IV (Ms. Cook). The following information addresses the reporting requirements:

    "a. Description of the licensed material: The subject device contained nickel 63 (Ni-63), one source, at 15 millicuries. The source is encapsulated in a hollow brass cylinder which in turn is sealed in a ceramic shield as referenced in Sealed Source & Device Registry (SS&DR) NR-0163-D-102-E (19 Oct 2010). The subject device was generally licensed (GLD) and used by USAF Security Forces Personnel (75th SFS) of Hill AFB, Ogden, UT.

    "b. Description of circumstances for loss: The missing Ionscan 500DT was added to the Installation Radiation Safety Officers inventory of all GLDs on Hill AFB in October 2007. The serial number of the missing source is 50083. It was surveyed semi-annually through May 2013. During the November 2013 leak test/inventory of GLDs, the device was not at the security gate where it has always been. The 75 SFS storage warehouse was checked and it was not there either.

    "c. Statement of disposition: 75 SFS personnel were asked multiple times about the disposition of the item. On 11 December 2013, they reported the Ionscan was no longer in their possession. They reported that the item was dropped and damaged during transport. An Airman was assigned to locate a disposal location that would be able to take the item and was directed to dispose of it there. Later the Airman reported that he had done this. The Airman was in the process of being dismissed from

  • Reply to

    US Govt DUMPING Morpho's Itemiser ETD machines

    by b9molecule Jun 4, 2014 7:08 PM
    fred20155 fred20155 Jun 4, 2014 7:46 PM Flag

    Here's something I found searching on disposal nickel 63 on a gov't website:

    An electron capture detector (ECD) is a device used in a gas chromatograph to detect trace amounts of chemical compounds in a sample. Typically, it contains a 10 milli-curie nickel (Ni-63) metal foil.

    Transfer or Disposal
    An ECD cannot be given away, placed on excess property lists, thrown away, or abandoned. Any of these actions is a serious violation of NRC Federal Regulations. If a Permit Holder leaves USDA without arranging for proper transfer of an ECD, local management must maintain control of the ECD until the name of a new Permit Holder candidate can be submitted to the Radiation Safety Division.

    The proper disposal of an ECD is required. The original manufacturer will usually accept the return of the ECD. (Other ECD manufacturers may also accept the transfer of an ECD). An ECD may also be transferred to another USDA employee with an ECD Permit, or to any non-USDA person or organization that is licensed by the state or the NRC to have the ECD. An ECD may also be transferred to a radioactive waste broker, as waste.

    All ECD transfer methods must be done with the assistance and approval of the Radiation Safety Division. The Radiation Safety Division must verify the license or permit of the recipient and assure that the leak test requirement is current. An ECD can be transferred only upon the written approval of the Radiation Safety Division.

    Upon transfer of the ECD, a letter of receipt from the ECD recipient must be obtained and sent to the Radiation Safety Division. The ECD transfer is not considered complete until the Radiation Safety Division has received this letter. At that time, the Radiation Safety Division will update the permit and inventory data for the Permit Holder, and release the Permit Holder from responsibility for the ECD.

    (The above is from DHS Radiation Safety Division's website)

  • Reply to

    US Govt DUMPING Morpho's Itemiser ETD machines

    by b9molecule Jun 4, 2014 7:08 PM
    fred20155 fred20155 Jun 4, 2014 7:12 PM Flag

    It isn't good when they have to put out a contract to solicit proposals on how to dispose of the equipment due to them using a radioactive source. I guess some company that does this kind of disposal work is going to make some money disposing of this equipment that the gov't no longer wants to use.

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