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Thursday, Sept 15 2005

September 2005


Technically Speaking

Let's Take a PEEK at PEAC-WMD v.5

Customer Service Corner

Just What the Doctor Ordered

Wonderful Wyoming

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Technically Speaking
by Dr. John Nordin

You are asked to estimate a public evacuation zone for Sarin, believed contained in a large package attached to what appears to be an explosive device. You don't know the amount of the warfare agent in the package, but you do know roughly the package size and there appears to be a small amount of leakage which evaporates. The package is outdoors at an urban location. The public evacuation is based on an assumption that all of the package contents may become airborne as the result of an explosion before it can be disarmed. 

Let's Take a PEEK at PEAC-WMD v.5
by Bruce King

We have the opportunity to visit with a number of fire service and HAZMAT responders as we attend workshops and conferences around the country. One of the questions that came out from those encounters was "can you tell me what happens if a certain chemical comes in contact with another chemical?" Obviously this is a problem that arises for many folks dealing with chemical spills and as a corollary to Murphy Law would predict, "if an ugly accident is going to happen, why not involve more than one chemical?" ...

Customer Service Corner
by Aaron Bretones

There are some common problems people encounter when running the PEAC-WMD program on their Pocket PC. Actually, these problems have nothing to do with the program. They are inherent in the Pocket PC itself. One problem is losing all your programs and data when the power completely drains from the Pocket PC. The other problem is less obvious - it is taking up too much RAM memory by not closing the program properly. Both of these can easily be handled with a little know-how.

Just What the Doctor Ordered 

More great humor to get you through the month.

Wonderful Wyoming 

Shoshone National Forest was established in 1891.  It is the oldest National Park in the continental United States.  Any kind of recreation you enjoy can be found in Shoshone National Forest at any time of the year.

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