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Originally posted by clintdelicious
reply to post by confreak
huh? drunk driving is illegal? Dont tell me its all a conspiracy or that the govt should ban people from drinking like they should be able to tell us whats best for us?!?!edit on 02/02/1987 by clintdelicious because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by N34Li3Z
reply to post by thisguyrighthere
all smoke detectors have americanium in them, and anything that glows in the dark (watches) have a bit of radioactive material, but "URANIUM?" Where in the hell did he get that from. Not like it's in anything naturally, that I know of.
This story smells of b.s. A man intelligent enough to do this type of experimentation "calls the police" to see if it's
legal? I'm not buying it.
Also you can buy Uranium online. Try a few Googles and watch your brain meltdown.
Why didn't he inform hazmat of the meltdown issue? Doesn't he realize if that stuff drops through the foundation of the house and into the ground it could pollute the groundwater supply for thousands of years?
No, it not so dangerous. But I tried to cook Americium, Radium and Beryllium in 96% sulphuric-acid, to easier get them blended. But the whole thing exploded upp in the air...
Originally posted by Exuberant1
This is crazy, we need to ban this again.
Of course criminals don't obey the laws so next time this happens we will have to ban them thrice. That should put an end to this.