I wonder what the safe distance is to stand next to a ball of Plutonium.
For Plutonium 239 I’ve read that you can touch it, because the radiation is mostly alpha particles which can’t penetrate skin. The danger comes if that hollow ball is compressed, then it may start radiating stronger particles, or if it’s split into tiny bits small enough to enter the body, for instance the lungs. It would stick there and would probably eventually cause lung cancer
If anyone really needs to know, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plutonium#Toxicity
Lisa and bystanders are safe so long as she doesn’t hug it too tightly. (I doubt that even she is strong enough to do that.)
bravo. Great work. Can’t wait for more.
A cow by itself is quite reasonable (as in able to reason) and affectionate.
A herd of cows on the other hand are stupid as fuck and spook at the drop of a hat.
A tense crowd of humans are just as bad, book it Lisa before things go south.
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