Secrets about Uranium-238
by Dan Hedges
While discussing Uranium-238,
bravado associated with electron mastery
fades into sacrosanct recognition of
This is a one-sentence piece that i just love to read and reread and listen to the sound and the beat in my head. Uranium-238–it’s an unlikely topic but apparently there’s a poetic radioactivity we didn’t know about until now.
I especially noted the tri-syllable words that cause chemists to do it on the table periodically: ‘discussing’, ‘bravado’, ‘electron’, ‘mastery’,
‘sacrosanct’, and ‘aesthetics’. Thx for sharing!
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