Re[2]: [inbox] Re: [Full-Disclosure] erase with magnet

From: Q?=phasedQ=20?= (phased_at_mail.ru)
Date: 04/05/04

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    To: Q?=ExibarQ=20?= <exibar@thelair.com>
    Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2004 03:44:09 +0400
    
    

    /me notices large sledge hammer, hmmmmmm

    -----Original Message-----
    From: "Exibar" <exibar@thelair.com>
    To: "Maarten" <fulldisc@ultratux.org>
    Date: Sun, 4 Apr 2004 19:15:32 -0400
    Subject: RE: [inbox] Re: [Full-Disclosure] erase with magnet

    >
    > X-Rays (a form of radiation) have been proved harmful in humans and other
    > life. Magnetism has never shown any side effects on living organisms.
    >
    > When was the last time that you heard of Magnetism sickness, now how about
    > radiation sickness?
    >
    > I'll be more than happy to have an MRI every day for a month, no worries
    > here. Now, having an x-ray every day for a month, I'd object to. I did not
    > mean that just because it happens everyday it's harmless. I was trying to
    > show that an MRI machine is basically a huge magnet.
    >
    > Ex
    >
    >
    > > -----Original Message-----
    > > From: Maarten [mailto:fulldisc@ultratux.org]
    > > Sent: Sunday, April 04, 2004 1:13 PM
    > > To: full-disclosure@lists.netsys.com
    > > Subject: Re: [inbox] Re: [Full-Disclosure] erase with magnet
    > >
    > >
    > > On Sunday 04 April 2004 18:26, Exibar wrote:
    > > > Exposing the human body to high levels of magnetism is harmless. It
    > > > actually happens every day in MRI machines. An MRI is basically a huge
    > > > powerful magnet.
    > >
    > > Yeah... and by that same standard, X-Ray photography is also
    > > harmless, since
    > > it 'happens every day' in hospitals. The thing is, it happens
    > > every day but
    > > not on one and the same person, but different individuals every time.
    > > Whether something is harmful vastly depends on the exposure over time.
    > >
    > > If you'd take an MRI scan every day for like a month or so, you
    > > might change
    > > your viewpoint...
    > >
    > > Maarten
    > >
    > > --
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