Brexit - The Final

His suggestion of drones reminded me of when Wordsmith starts talking about machine learning and cloud computing.
He was talking about Bertie Wooster's club though.

Finest minds in the country on the problem.
 
How does that work for things with a limited shelf-life of a couple of days? Or such as Technetium-99m which has a shelf life of six hours and is imported from Europe? Apparently when there are delays at the tunnel, it does affect the ability of bringing it into the country btw - so you example of riots is probably not a good one.

Perhaps this is why a qualified medics should advise the government and not Jacob Rees-Mogg or random ARRSErs. Still according to History_Man this is a legacy concern and apparently we have built the manufacturing facilities over the past few months, or have started developing the infrastructure and specialist training so we can import it using flight.
The half-life is 6 hours - the shelf life is 66 hours. We do not produce the isotope ourselves, and we do not import it by flight because we do not have the infrastructure or trained staff etc, to deal with it. Hence why it's currently transported by road.
Are you making stuff up on the fly? Bit of a difference there. Facts not fit your argument?
 
Sounds like they haven't listed to the ARRSE experts regarding medications - they've not even mentioned these drones that are capable of crossing the channel.
I didn't say drones.

It's pretty simple. The Molybdenum-99 (half-life 66 hours) gets into the country right now somehow before it decays into Tc-99. You postulated that we would have a problem getting it (the Mo-99) into the country after Brexit.

I merely suggested that we could use RAF transports to effect that move.

Would you like to point out the flaw in my plan?
 

Krautman

War Hero
The half-life is 6 hours - the shelf life is 66 hours.
I wonder how this does work Dr. Dr.? An isotope with t1/2 of 6 hours magically gains a "shelf life" of 66hrs. An isotope that, if we do this silly math thingy, has decomposed to 99% after 39.863hrs. Or did you just forget to mention something?
Whats the solution to this Dr.Dr.? MMA (Magic marital aids) with the little burger flipping Princess or did you just -as ever- lie through your teeth?

Ah wait, there ist the magic solution:
The generators, colloquially known as moly cows, provide radiation shielding for transport and to minimize the extraction work done at the medical facility. A typical dose rate at 1 metre from Tc-99m generator is 20-50 μSv/h during transport.[13] These generators' output declines with time and must be replaced weekly, since the half-life of 99Mo is still only 66 hours.

Erm yes massive shortages and "we do not have the infrastructure or trained staff etc, to deal with it."
Even a lying cretin living in Brussels Metro in a cardboard box could handle it.
 
Soooooooo................

It’s OK to share out anything marked OFFICIAL SENSITIVE from work now?
Well, depends if she's hot and you're going to get a blow job out of it?
 

Joker62

ADC
Book Reviewer
The half-life is 6 hours - the shelf life is 66 hours. We do not produce the isotope ourselves, and we do not import it by flight because we do not have the infrastructure or trained staff etc, to deal with it. Hence why it's currently transported by road.
TBH, you did state shelf life of 6 hours in your original post about it.
 
I didn't say drones.

It's pretty simple. The Molybdenum-99 (half-life 66 hours) gets into the country right now somehow before it decays into Tc-99. You postulated that we would have a problem getting it (the Mo-99) into the country after Brexit.

I merely suggested that we could use RAF transports to effect that move.

Would you like to point out the flaw in my plan?

We need to train the RAF to bring it in. We also need to set up new distribution centres this side. Also hope the airports from wherever we are flying it from, have the capacity to cope with the increased usage for an unknown period of time.

I suspect the RAF are going to be snowed under with the amount of stuff they are expected to cover for - otherwise why wouldn't it have been included as a suggestion in the Gov document released tonight.
 
I wonder how this does work Dr. Dr.? An isotope with t1/2 of 6 hours magically gains a "shelf life" of 66hrs. An isotope that, if we do this silly math thingy, has decomposed to 99% after 39.863hrs. Or did you just forget to mention something?
Whats the solution to this Dr.Dr.? MMA (Magic marital aids) with the little burger flipping Princess or did you just -as ever- lie through your teeth?

Ah wait, there ist the magic solution:
The generators, colloquially known as moly cows, provide radiation shielding for transport and to minimize the extraction work done at the medical facility. A typical dose rate at 1 metre from Tc-99m generator is 20-50 μSv/h during transport.[13] These generators' output declines with time and must be replaced weekly, since the half-life of 99Mo is still only 66 hours.

Erm yes massive shortages and "we do not have the infrastructure or trained staff etc, to deal with it."
Even a lying cretin living in Brussels Metro in a cardboard box could handle it.

I take it English is your fourth language? Maybe just write it out in your native tongue next time, and then run it through Google Translate.

I'd also suggest you need to develop your language skills a little more before trying to get involved in discussion more complicated than "I would like a blue pencil please"/

Ta very muchly.
 
I beg to differ & I would include any religion in that. But enough religion, this is the Brexit thread after all.
From an interested outsiders point of view, there does seem a lot of 'religious' issues of belief and disbelief in action though.
 
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