back to article Apropos of nothing, US intel wants to improve low-dose radiation detection

The research arm of US intelligence has begun investigating methods for spotting low doses of ionizing radiation to better protect American service personnel and provide evidence of nuclear technology use. The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) announced the start of Targeted Evaluation of Ionizing …

  1. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

    Absence of Evidence of NEUKlearer Technology is not Evidence of Absence when Proof of Concept.

    And whenever some phorms of improving low-dose IRAdiation [Immaculately Resourced ACTivity] deflect and redirect and are undetectable by US intel ‽ Even simple common sense would recognise and proclaim that a Great Game Changer and even quite Earth-shattering whenever manifestly true and undeniable.

    However, nevertheless, it is presented here as something Real and Novel and Noble to consider is available for Live Operational Virtual Environment Beta-Testing with Advanced IntelAIgent NINJA* Deployment/HyperRadioProACTive Stealthy Agile Surreal Development which impacts upon and directly effects the future nature and direction to be taken by Life and Lives on Earth.

    I Kid U Not. ;-)>

    * ..... Networks Internet Networking JOINT** Applications.

    ** .... Joint Operations Internetworking Novel Technologies/NEUKlearer HyperRadioProACTive Processes in AI Research and Development Fields Biting the Hand that Feeds IT Creating Advantage through Research and Technology

    1. Arthur the cat Silver badge

      Re: Absence of Evidence of NEUKlearer Technology is not Evidence of Absence when Proof of Concept.

      Classic amanfromMars – 10 out of 10. What???

  2. Eclectic Man Silver badge

    They might need it soon, if Putin decides to use 'battlefield' nuclear weapons to 'protect' his recently annexed parts of Ukraine from the Ukraine army.

    1. gleek

      usefullness of litvinenko's endogen radiation measurent ?!

      the guy ended his life as a fracking light bulbe...

  3. Arthur the cat Silver badge

    The acronym

    Just how long did they take to come up with an acronym that sounds like T Rex(*)?

    Ride a white swan …

    (*) I'm old enough to remember when they were called Tyrannosaurus Rex (and have the vinyl to prove it).

  4. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

    Apropos of nothing ..... except the recent misstep for commentary posted on El Reg

    Dear El Reg,

    Love the new brighter, cleaner nested comment forum look, as will be evidenced by all perusing views and opinions expressed here, however ...... If the “greying out” of articles one has commented on on the list of El Reg reports which be current and of newsworthy interest and comment/popular peer review, both positive or negative, cynical or comical, and from which we are tempted to imbibe of the contents within, has been removed, ... such as is being experienced here, can you please reinstate what is an excellent UI facility which I’m sure there will be many sorry to see go missing in action, both present and future.

    Here’s hoping it is just a temporary glitch and an oversight being corrected to return in all its simple and convenient glory.

    Thank You.

    Regards, amfM1

    1. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

      Re: Apropos of nothing ..... except the recent misstep for commentary posted on El Reg

      Further to the above ...... and FYI.

      I have now discovered articles not yet visited for perusal are greyed out whereas those which have been at least read remain in black whenever cursored over. Thank goodness for that. It is just as helpful.

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