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Facetime – Criirad legitimate – Re: Réponse automatique : As soon as possible Fwd: Investec

From: GaryStevenGevisser <>
Subject: Re: Criirad legitimate – Re: Réponse automatique : As soon as possible Fwd: Investec
Date: May 6, 2016 at 12:37:17 AM PDT
To:” <>

I have Facetime. I’ll turn it on now.

On May 6, 2016, at 9:34 AM, <> <> wrote:

I dont have Skype on my iPhone. I do have FaceTime

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On 06 May 2016, at 08:49, GaryStevenGevisser <> wrote:

just tried calling you on Skype and it disconnected before I could leave a message. Later today we are probably going into Ajaccio where we will get a better Internet connection.

I think I know why you want to talk, and not to change the subject, but you never told me exactly how you went about getting the OECD job?

On May 5, 2016, at 11:00 PM, <> <> wrote:

We are suppose to go hiking tomorrow. Call me at 06-25-66-36-88 to establish a connection. Or text me any time between now and then

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On 05 May 2016, at 22:45, GaryStevenGevisser <> wrote:

what time tomorrow?
we out of minutes on our cell phone but we can try skype. what is your handle, can you send me a message?
On May 5, 2016, at 8:45 PM, <> <> wrote:

Let’s talk

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On 05 May 2016, at 18:02, GaryStevenGevisser <> wrote:

that was far too vague.

How would you, if you were me, write to Criiad to get them to wake up?

Do you see anything in their literature that talks to weapons development behind all nuclear that drives everything that is wrong in this world?

I haven’t and I have looked. I’ve also looked at their financial statements that they make public and there are some disturbing items; but the money side is my area of expertise.

I want you to tell me what to write, using simple English to explain the rest; namely how they have completely missed the boat when warning the public about the increasing emissions from nuclear power plants without explaining that the emissions serve as nothing more than a smokescreen for uncontrolled nuclear weapons proliferation.

Im going for a run with Mango as Marie comes to the end of his warm up on the bed.

BTW, Marie had a great dream last night, that I will share with you later.

On May 5, 2016, at 5:32 PM, <> <> wrote:

I need to read their literature and find an area of common interest. It isn’t obvious whether they are interested the the economics of safety or nonproliferation. As a fall back, I did notice that they have done something on Hanford. So if I can’t find any common scientific/professional interests, I can find common personal interests!

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On 05 May 2016, at 16:53, GaryStevenGevisser <> wrote:

Tell me what you would say so that I can give you my critique.

On May 5, 2016, at 4:49 PM, <> <> wrote:

Good idea
I will contact them and try to visit
Thanks for the great idea!

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On 05 May 2016, at 15:12, GaryStevenGevisser <> wrote:

I did not see this response from you before writing you the previous.

How would you write to Criirad to get them to wake up?

On May 5, 2016, at 3:03 PM, <> <> wrote:

Their leader looks like what he’s doing but they don’t seem to be thinking very hard about, for example nuclear power, proliferation, nuclear weapons, and weapons waste. I grew up surrounded by weapons waste which is why I don’t believe that reprocessing spent nuclear fuel is worth doing it. The Russians now claim they have a new technology where they mix spent fuel with almost highly enriched uranium and feed it back through: REMIX. This way they can use their excess capacity in enrichment to extend their market share in fuel and hence marker in reactors

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On 05 May 2016, at 14:20, GaryStevenGevisser <> wrote:

Maybe that is why they havent been corrupted; they are missing the politics and therefore are missing the big picture target.

Is that what you are saying?

On May 5, 2016, at 1:07 PM, <> <> wrote:

It is harder to corrupt science than ideology. Of course, it can be misinterpreted or on the web site they present the damage of the tsunami as damage from Fukushima, but that gives you an idea of where they are coming from. They seemed to be focused  on public service, measuring radioactive contamination, rather than focusing on politics.

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On 05 May 2016, at 12:36, GaryStevenGevisser <> wrote:


Why wouldn’t CRIIRAD be as corrupted-infiltrated as the rest of the opposition?

On May 5, 2016, at 12:26 PM, <> <> wrote:

I am taking it easy in Antibes. I need to buy tools to work on the garden. Genevieve thinks today is a holiday.

CRIIRAD looks like a science based anti-nuclear group that doesn’t make distinctions between the various sources of radiation. They look like they know what they are doing. But I should look at their web site on a big screen rather than on my iPhone.

Well, G has noticed that we need to buy vegies for lunch.


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On 05 May 2016, at 11:06, GaryStevenGevisser <> wrote:


So you are still traveling. You never answered my question about Criirad. Also, what question/s do you think I should ask them to find out if they are legitimate?


On May 3, 2016, at 8:42 PM, wrote:

I am out of town. If urgent you may call me at +33-6-25-66-36-88 or
send  messages to, and

I will respond to you as soon as I can.

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