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sibir
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One more aboard!

Post by sibir » 22 Nov 2019, 09:13

Hello all,
I found this forum through a radiation related Google searches.
Despite my academic physics background I came in touch with radiation topics only much later in my career.
And I came to like it. That's why I am here.

Cheers,
Sibir

P.S. Great domain name!
Sibir, currently New England (US)

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Steven Sesselmann
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Re: One more aboard!

Post by Steven Sesselmann » 22 Nov 2019, 09:24

Hello Sibir,

Welcome to the forum, good to hear that google finds us..

You are absolutely right, there is something about the nucleus of an atom that lies at the heart of physics, the amazing property that allows matter to convert into space via a gamma ray is the root of time itself.

Steven
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