posted on Apr, 30 2010 @ 11:54 PM
reply to post by Phage
The neutron radiation on the surface of the moon contains high and low types of neutron radiation energy.
Am I correct in that statement?
If it contains high energy neutron radiation, then the exposure time would be of great concern.
I do not understand where you are getting the short or long term exposure idea from.
This is the usual approach the "pros" take concerning my question and they avoid the numbers that the other guy keeps rambling about, because the
numbers are really difficult
to track down.
Wanna know why?
Because we didn't start mapping the radiation, the neutron radiation regarding HIGH and LOW and where they are,
Why wouldn't this information be public?
The official storyline first said that they only radiation that the astronauts received was in the Van Allen Belts, and now they are pulling out the
continual ad hoc hypotheses by now stating something to the effect of what was posted by you, Phage.
I wanted you to respond because I really thought that if anyone could actually show me the money on this neutron radiation issue, that it would be
But I have been let down once again.
Edit to add:
I am talking about the neutron radiation, not what was supposed to be the radiation as you have provided, I want to see the numbers from the LROD
mapping of the high and low neutron radiation.
The link that you have provided has information from before 1998.
It is impossible for it to be accurate regarding the neutron radiation that I am speaking of.
[edit on 5/1/2010 by Josephus23]