Strange Glow

Author: Timothy J. Jorgensen
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400880521
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Jorgensen introduces key figures in the story of radiation—from Wilhelm Roentgen, the discoverer of x-rays, and pioneering radioactivity researchers Marie and Pierre Curie, to Thomas Edison and the victims of the recent Fukushima Daiichi ...

G Z

Author: Stephen King
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ISBN: 9789754054217
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His Story

Author: Stuart Hacking
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1630875597
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The Story of Why We Are Here Stuart Hacking. And when ... Despite the opening
titles of “The simpsons,” radiation doesn't give you a green glow. it just kills you.
But Moses ... But well over a thousand years of His story would have to elapse
before this human was on earth.5 Moses' strange glow was linked to the two
stones he carried down the mountain—two stones written on by yah-weh-God
himself.6 These two stones would eventually be stored in the strange magical
mysterious 2.

The Story Of Radioactivity

Author: Ann Stepp
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It was some time after the discovery of x-rays (a form of radiation) before man
became aware that precautions must be taken. A number of people have lost
their lives because of failure to recognize the danger of x-rays and radioactivity.
An accident occurred in 1895, when Professor Wilhelm Roentgen, of Germany,
was carrying out an experiment. He passed an electric current through a vacuum
tube. A strange glow was being emitted by a piece of cardboard which had been
painted ...

A Cultural History Of Radiation And Radioactivity In The United States 1895 1945

Author: Matthew Lavine
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To gratify their readers' sense that strange and fantastic things were just over the
horizon, they bathed the strange and fantastic things in their stories in the pale
green glow of nuclear decay and Crookes tubes. The net effect was to reinforce
the almost 29 Harriet Spofford, "Ray of Displacement," Metnpoitan Magaijne (Oct.
1903). Reviewed as an electronic i via the genre fiction website gaslight.mtroyal.
ca, and available in several other electronic text repositories. mystical
associations ...