I am not an employee of AECL. I am a "clearly
a representative of my employer" and have been "designated as official spokesman
of my company".
In a public forum like this, you seem to be a
confused, poorly-informed, professional anti-nuclear activist. So I do not
put any value whatsoever on your facts, information and opinions on
nuclear technology matters.
Cuttler, DSc, PEng, FCNS
Cuttler & Associates Inc.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 10:22
Subject: [cdn-nucl-l] reply to Benjamin
Rouben re. opinions and employment
There may be members of this listserv
who are not employees of AECL, but
those who are employees of AECL and are
discussing their nuclear
interests in public are clearly representatives of
although not necessarily designated official spokesmen for
company. In a public forum like this, you and Mr. English
professional nuclear advocates. There are obviously a variety of
subjects where you have informed professional opinions. I hope that
forum provides an opportunity for useful, informed and also
discussion about facts and opinion related to Canadian nuclear
There is a historic pattern that in my experience is fairly
AECL (although OHN used to do it too) of its employees pulling a
"personal opinion" over themselves and advocating their company's
in letters to the editor and other public statements while failing
reveal their affiliations, as if theirs were just the words of
citizens. Public discussions around nuclear technology should not
to bear this burden.
Tom Adams, Energy Probe
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