Baneberry contains cardiogenic toxins than can have an immediate sedative effect on human cardiac muscle.
|Actaea, commonly called baneberry|
|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.