Monday, July 27, 2015

I have naturally radioactive rocks from the desert floor of Utah and Arizona.  Some are also fluorescent.  They are safe as long as you do not keep it on your person for long periods.  Contact me at chip613@verizon.net.



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  1. I hold several degrees in chemistry,radiophysics and teach at a local University==With the VERY FEW exceptions true radioactive minerals are rather black and boring to a layperson--Your purple stones are likely a material that may have grains of radioactive within--Anyone interested in collecting radios. need to embark on a long and exhaustive search to research their safety as well as proper storage-I watched a friend slowly go from a 40 yr. old healthy man to a gurgling melt down of puss and tissue -he died horribly --the real kicker is that when a lethal dose is reached(it doesn't take much) ==game over-no cure and since the neural systems and fast reproductive cells are decimated first PAIN MANAGEMENT is impossible you just dissolve-Frank- you have a M.S. and are completely unqualified for work in this area-if you keep it up-the next person that cleans up your sludge--you will be responsible for his and every subsequent death thereafter- Get a real degree and a laboratory before you do real damage- Sir R. Campbell PhD-geophysics,radiochem,OSHA first responder, and a multiple of safety as well as advisory team to the Fukoshima response team= When you get a real degree in tis field you will begin to see how LITTLE you know, The whimsy sign (3 lobular ) points show how the radiation strikes==from all directions inward---THERE IS NO WAY OUT!!!! you just die horribly My friend Jon begged me for the ultimate mercy==I failed him and after it was over they sponged him up and only a marker exists where his 2 sons and his daughter visit-Kathy died from secondary exposure-and his sweet 6 year old daughter will join them soon-The gamma emissions from his close has triggered ALS such a waste

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  2. They are of only 0.1 mC in radiation and are OSHA compliant to have. They are natural specimen grabs off of the Utah and Arizona floor. Holding one in your hand for 3 minutes is similar to a one hour sun bath. I stress that they are not to be worn or kept on the body, but should be displayed in someone's rock collection. All radiation is absorbed within 1.5cm of theatmosphere. They are to be handled only for short periods.

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  3. Those look like tiffany stones. they have beryllium in them that gives them the puprle tint

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