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From: James Meyer
Subject: Re: X-Rays in the garage?
X-Newsreader: Forte Agent 1.91/32.564
Date: Tue, 01 Oct 2002 23:17:15 GMT
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On Tue, 01 Oct 2002 19:15:57 GMT, NightRunner
>effective candidate for this? Am I right in expecting that a maximum
>amount of energy exists where the heat produced in the "Eye of the
>Storm" globe would shatter or perhaps melt? I ask this last question
>because those of us who have used them might have noticed a definite
>warmth at the point where the user's finger touches the glass during
The warmth is due to high frequency AC current passing through your
skin. The voltages are not high enough in a "storm eye" to produce X-rays.
They only produce light because the gas inside is reduced in pressure just
enough so that it can pass high frequency currents at low voltages.
If you want to mutate seeds with radiation, do a Google search for "The
Radioactive Boy Scout". The article will tell you how to make lots of radiation
with things found around the house.
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