There are some camera lenses that were made, years ago, with radioactive glass.Evil D wrote:Wow so THIS is where my second head originated from. I never would've guessed.
When the whole Japan nuclear thing went down, one of the news stations went to Grand Central Terminal with a geiger counter and went around measuring random things. Did you know that the granite there registers enough radiation to make a person sick? And yet 700k people go through there everyday and don't die.
JNewell wrote:The old tritium, yes - the new lume is not...
Tritium gas, absolutely zero, no, nada risk in that quantity and form.
I agree with Blerv and feel a little bad jesting at the Ops comments now. Blerv: You raise a very good point. It was a very sad event and we shouldn't lose sight of that. Thank you for reminding us of the bigger picture here.Blerv wrote:I just adore the classic, "I hope my knife isn't radioactive!" when thousands of people died or are suffering Hurricane Katrina type loss.
Keep going, you're almost to Empathy Level 2!
Let this be a lesson to all.... never, EVER try to sneak past a Mastiff!The Mastiff wrote:Ice Cold, you tried this one some time back under a different name, eh? You got offended and had a fit and left us. What brought you back with the same question Mr. Chernobyl? http://www.spyderco.com/forums/showthre ... tion+japan
angusW wrote:I have a Manix 2 that glows in the dark. Really