Spy Ku* Random Eleven
Loss - MULL HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Bridge - PAGE FRANCE
Listen - DEAD HEART BLOOM
Years and Years - LYLAS
Breeze Black Night - THE DITTY BOPS
Perch Modifier - WOODEN WAND
Hills - THAO NGUYEN
La Lune - MUTUAL ADMIRATION SOCIETY
Cover Yr. Eyes - LOIS
Follow Me - THE SOFTIES
Brainiac's Daughter - THE DUKES OF STRATOSPHEAR
afterglow of sweet revenge
a drink best served cold
Polonium is Nasty. You can easy kill an international spy with just a small sample of it in a drop of water that perhaps finds it's way into his martini, maybe. Not that I have any knowledge of such a plot, or even of the seven dour conspirators who met in a Belarussian cafe last April to finalize details in a hushed urgent manner. No, I am a humble cobbler, concerned only with feet.
Polonium (Polonium-210)is the first element discovered by Pierre and Marie Curie when they were trying to find out why pitchblend was radioactive. It is a byproduct of the decay of naturally occurring Uranium-238 so it can be found in nature but in extremely small quantities. Uranium decay only produces a relatively small amount, and what little it creates has a half-life of only 138 days.
This versatile little radioactive killer is one of the elements under investigation as a heating source for space missions because it gives off so much radiation that half a gram in a capsule heats up to 500 degrees C.
Everything you wanted to know about Polonium, but were afraid to ask: X