Date: 31 Dec 99 17:11:18 From: "Russell Short" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Organization: The Internet Group (Sydney) References: 1 2 Followups: 1 2
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Erika <email@example.com> wrote ... >> It has arisen that 13 flight engineers flying for QF have died in the last >> six years of brain tumours. Another unspecified amount have had cancerous >> tumours removed by the various medical means available. >> >> According to a QF Senior Technical Specialist in avionics, fears have been >> around for years regarding electric and magnetic fields around the FE panel >> in the 747 Classic (and indeed other 3-crew aircraft). > >IY may be so ,but i know a QF engineer who is on the net all the time hes >home here in Sydney...wants more electronic punishment,eh. Seriously, having now spoken to the wife of a dead QF flight engineer, I am more surprised that more hasn't been done to shield these people from electromagnetic radiation. The poor woman is convinced that her husband was a slow victim of radiation in the cockpit. Of the 13 flight engineers that died at QF over a period of six years (one had been retired for six months, another for a year), ALL had tumours develop in the front lobes of their brain, suggesting that the electromagnetic radiation came from directly in front and/or above*. *Note: secondary information gathered from the wife. I know where *not* to carry my mobile phone.... Russ.