Thursday, November 12, 2009

Litvinenko's tea came from this government isotope research lab

Inside Russian Plutonium development center pellet storage lockers. Probably stores all those poison pellets for the famous umbrella, tea, coffee, ballpoint pen and other methods of killing

mysterious simplicity, though a turret housing an irradiation source

primitive nuclear technology using rubber hoses- shock absorbers in case of a strike by a nuclear weapon?

log-cabin feel to the plutonium site: "no entry without an engineer" -is the blue glow between the doors a Cherenkoff effect?

Isotope tea, anyone? - this where Livinenko's teabag was prepared.