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Uranium glass is glass which has had uranium, usually in oxide diuranate form, added to a glass mix prior to melting.
The normal color of uranium glass ranges from yellow to green depending on the oxidation state and concentration of the metal ions
The most typical color of uranium glass is pale yellowish-green
Uranium glass also fluoresces bright green under ultraviolet light
Originally posted by JakiusFogg
Also, if this is the case, surely in the history of Japan this would not be a "first case" scenario. I know there is always a first time for everything, but this is taking things a little too far!
it could be debris dust, it could be readioactive dust. It could well be pollen.
it could be debris dust, it could be readioactive dust. It could well be pollen
Originally posted by BigDuke6
Pollen....Are you kidding me, correct me if I am wrong but is it not winter time in Japan now? I am no tree expert but trees do not produce pollen in the winter time do they?
For Western and Eastern Japan (including Tokyo and the surrounding Kanto area) this means the hay fever season starts between end of January and mid-February. The Sugi pollen season peaks in the second half of March - first half of April in these areas, then declining over the following 6-8 weeks. Hinoki pollination lags sugi by about a month, so it starts and peaks later.
Originally posted by ADUB77
Anyone who is trying to argue that it isn't uranium in the rain is a paid disinformant or a dillusional disinformant