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+ - The Day I Blundered Into The Nuclear Facility-> 1

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Bruce Perens
Bruce Perens writes "I found myself alone in a room, in front of a deep square or rectangular pool of impressively clear, still water. There was a pile of material at the bottom of the pool, and a blue glow of Cherenkov radiation in the water around it. To this day, I can't explain how an unsupervised kid could ever have gotten in there."
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The Day I Blundered Into The Nuclear Facility

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