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Is the glowing green toxic waste sludge we see in video games and tv based on anything in the real world? submitted by Lymphoid to AskVoat

mrpepperfield 2 points 44 points (+46|-2) ago

It's more of an artistic interpretation than what nuclear waste actually looks like. The glowing green came from one of the first discoveries about how dangerous radiation is. They would use radioactive decay to make glow in the dark watches. The watches would glow green so you could read it at night. The women who worked to make these watches all got extremely sick and I'm sure plenty died. They were called Radium Girls if you want to read more about them.

I think the glowing green stayed associated with nuclear waste to add to its scary factor. There's been an agenda to scare the public from supporting nuclear power almost since it was discovered. Even though with new technology there is hardly any waste product and it truly is the clean and renewable energy the climate change lovers have been looking for. But because of the stigma associated with nuclear it doesn't seem like the liberals would ever push to open more nuclear plants.

GQ says Bible one of 21 classics 'you don't have to read before you die' submitted by HarveyKlinger to religion

mrpepperfield 3 points 26 points (+29|-3) ago

It's just so fucking needless. Why is it so fashionable to shit on Christianity?

Male and female drunken students hook up, he wakes up terrified she will report him for rape so he does it first | Reason submitted by NorBdelta to news

mrpepperfield 0 points 25 points (+25|-0) ago

This world of getting the courts involved in everyone's life feels like some communist conspiracy. People won't vote pure socialism into existence, so they slowly make every social interaction a potential matter for the state to dispute. Soon enough all social interactions have some codified policy that needs to be followed and our freedom is gone. The state gets to control our lives by setting a legal code for each and every thing in our life.

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Publishers rejected classics in disguise submitted by vernichter to books

mrpepperfield 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

For sales volume reasons I think so. An uninformed consumer might grab a book they have heard mentioned in other media over some new book that might actually be more inline with their personal taste, simply because they never heard of the new book.

Account Deleted By User submitted by Greenseats to books

mrpepperfield 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Has there ever been studies that tried to figure out the cause/effect relationship between intelligence and reading? Seems like you being smarter would make it more likely that you read, rather than reading somehow making you into a smarter person. Knowledge ≠ Intelligence.

Account Deleted By User submitted by 0x4F to videos

mrpepperfield 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

This was interesting; thanks for the post. I can't believe these people are so afraid of discussion that they instantly call security on a guy posing no threat other than an opposing view point.