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Wanted: Physics Researcher in Iran

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posted on Jun, 4 2005 @ 10:18 PM
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I just thought this was quite interesting.

physicsweb.org...



The Department of Physics invites a researcher with teaching experience and an excellent track record in one or more of the areas of experimental Condensed Matter, Nucelar Physics or Optics/Laser/Plasma Physics, or theoretical Condensed Matter.


What do you think?




posted on Jun, 5 2005 @ 12:02 AM
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Originally posted by BlackJackal
I just thought this was quite interesting.

physicsweb.org...



The Department of Physics invites a researcher with teaching experience and an excellent track record in one or more of the areas of experimental Condensed Matter, Nucelar Physics or Optics/Laser/Plasma Physics, or theoretical Condensed Matter.


What do you think?


Sounds like they want someone who understands physics. You'd get a better person for the job if they had a broader range of physics knowledge and yes, Nuclear Physics are important in many fields that have nothing to do with building bombs.

But wait, it's Iran isn't it, therefor it could ONLY be an ad for someone that can build atomic bombs to use against America.


Why aren't we asking questions about USA's biolabs?
www.usatoday.com...

We have disease specialists and micro-biologists who were working on curing any disease via DNA specific treatment but getting killed all around the world, yet Bush is opening and planning to open a bunch of new labs to deal with disease that has no cure!
Of course, it would only be speculation to assume these labs are going to create disease to cull the population....

Classifications:
Biosafety-4: The most secure. Labs deal with life-threatening diseases that may travel by air and for which there is no treatment, like Ebola.

Operational BSL-4 facilities

Georgia
Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta
Maryland
USAMRIID Fort Detrick, Frederick
Texas
Univ. of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston
Southwest Fdtn for Biomed. Res., San Antonio


Planned BSL-4 facilities

Georgia
Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta
Maryland
NIH, Ft. Detrick, Frederick
DHS NBACC, Frederick
Massachusetts
Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts
Montana
Rocky Mountain Labs, Hamilton
Texas
Univ. of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston

Considering BSL-4 labs

California
University of California, Davis
Illinois
University of Illinois, Chicago
Maryland
USDA, Frederick
Nebraska
University of Nebraska Medical Ctr, Omaha
New Mexico
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
New York
Wadsworth Center, Albany
Oregon
Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland
Tennessee
Oak Ridge National Lab
Texas
Texas Technological University, Lubbock



 
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