VT Nuclear Education: Laser and Nuclear Weapon Calculator


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  1. See the chain link fence around the place has radioactive caution signs at regular intervals. From the EPA report, looks like urethane and polystyrene products were also manufactured on the site.

    Would not want to go swimming or fishing in the pond across the road to the south – really nasty algae bloom. Was it used for a waste dump?

  2. A good friend has a small winery/distillery in Luckey, Ohio, a town where a beryllium plant was located, bomb parts, that and decades of poisoned water. The plant, look it up on Google Earth, an ugly sucker.

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