17 Apr 2013

Baneberry - deadly fruit

Baneberry contains cardiogenic toxins than can have an immediate sedative effect on human cardiac muscle.
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Actaea, commonly called baneberry
The roots of Actaea were used medicinally by Native Americans for menstrual cramping and menopausal discomfort.

Area 8. Operation Emery

  18 December 1970. 
The Baneberry 10-kilotonne-of-TNT (42 TJ) nuclear bomb was detonated 900 feet below the surface. It's energy blew the soil off, causing a fissure near ground zero. A plume of fire and dust was released, raining deadly radioactive fallout on workers in different locations.  6.7 million Curies of radioactive material, including 80 kCi of 131I was released.

Map of radioactive fallout, effect of nuclear testing
in the 50-70-ies.  

One hell of a way to boil water...


It is all a very sad Colour Therapy.
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