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clapperdudgeon:

The Gilbert Atomic Energy Lab came out in 1951 letting kids play ‘trying to split the atom’ with real (and radioactive) uranium ore. It was soon discontinued not because of safety concerns but because of its high cost.

clapperdudgeon:

The Gilbert Atomic Energy Lab came out in 1951 letting kids play ‘trying to split the atom’ with real (and radioactive) uranium ore. It was soon discontinued not because of safety concerns but because of its high cost.

beggarsbanquetmonthly:

The Found & The Freed: They hunt, they dig, they drive, they pick, they explore, they get dirty, they are always on the lookout, they find beauty, they collect, they clean up, they reuse, they edit, they hum, they haw, they curate, they pop up, they sell, they free…

Visit The Found & The Free online at thefoundandthefreed.com and come meet them at Beggars Banquet on January 20th & 21st.

TILO British coins make a shield.