warrenl at gmail.com
Sat Dec 2 04:25:46 GMT 2006
And don't forget to add ground up glass from those high refractive index
lenses which used thorium to increase the refractive index. (I believe)
If the radioactivity doesn't work, the ground glass will...
By the way what did the dog do to deserve such a fate?
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> From: "Sam Dlugach" <samdlugach at mac.com>
> To: "Telecine Internet Group" <tig at tig.colorist.org>
> Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2006 10:43 PM
> Subject: Re: [Tig] Polonium
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>> I haven't seen one of those negative brushes in years (that's a blink of
>> an eye in half-life terms), but I remember that the deadly dust appeared
>> to be merely glued on a strip of aluminum with a layer of varnish over
>> it, then covered with a perforated metal grille.
>> Now in the absence of that element, one can still irradiate the
>> neighbor's dog with the following household items: Radium watch dials,
>> Americium smoke detectors, and Thorium gas mantles. Here's a story
>> about a kid with too much time and a little homemade breeder reactor on
>> his hands:
>> Happy rad counting,
>> Sam Dlugach
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