Stephen Beecroft wrote:
> As far as I know, only ferromagnetic materials pose a danger. I don't
> think either titanium or silver is ferromagnetic, though I could be
> wrong. And as you point out, the techs can mathematically correct for
> the presence of metal, which will introduce distortions whether or not
> it's ferromagnetic.
That's right, I forgot, but now that you mention it, the techs said that
scattering from the metal was a bigger problem than having my chest ripped
Marc A. Schindler
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