Long range gun , Barrel very long with additional "Booster charges" along it
A concept that next saw light of day with Sadam Husain's Super Gun
6 posts • joined 11 Jun 2014
When I went on to the Ness last year there was a NT Guide who was involved in doing research on the activities on the Ness (his job before it closed was firing nuclear weapons casings in to a concrete wall at about 200mph - simulating a drop from low level that hit something sideways)
He said that they had begun to find out some information about the mystery ring, that the ring was footings for a rotating thing (wheels run on the ring) probably some sort of antenna.
Can I recommend this book as a most informative history of the Ness?
"5 years is far longer than is necessary."
No actually. Most hospital records have to be retained for 8 years after the last treatment or the death of the patient. Maternity records have 25 year retention. The reason for retention is a mix of medical need and also in case there is legal action in the future.
Complex patients can have a paper hospital record that is 2' thick.
Full info here. https://www.bma.org.uk/advice/employment/ethics/confidentiality-and-health-records/retention-of-health-records
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