What are the best radioactive quotes ?We've gathered this hand-picked list of quotes to show you what is radioactive!
Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity David R. Brower, Libby Houston or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous radioactive quote.
Perhaps most ridiculous of all is the suggestion that we 'keep' our radioactive garbage for the use of our descendants. This 'solution', I think, requires an immediate poll of the next 20,000 generations.
— David R. Brower
The base emotions Plato banned have left a radio-active and not radiant land.
— Libby Houston radioactive quote
I think money is due for some sort of collapse. People are going to realize that money has a half-life, like radioactive elements.
— Doug Coupland
We know that al Qaeda is seeking radioactive materials and technology to launch a devastating attack, and that hundreds of radioactive sources have been lost or stolen in the U.S. and around the world.
— Ed Markey
There are many different kinds of radioactive waste and each has its own half-life so, just to be on the safe side and to simplify matters, I base my calculations on the worst one and that's plutonium.
— radioactive quotation by David R. Brower
Individual scientists like myself - and many more conspicuous - pointed to the dangers of radioactive fallout over Canada if we were to launch nuclear weapons to intercept incoming bombers.
My time inside there was very short compared to the amount of time it took to take on and take off this suit and to test me for how much radioactivity I have.
Look at Fukushima. Should we or should we not agree with the U.S. government that none of that radioactive energy is making its way here? Hello!
In 1903, I finished my doctor's thesis and obtained the degree.
At the end of the same year, the Nobel prize was awarded jointly to Becquerel, my husband and me for the discovery of radioactivity and new radioactive elements.
With the exception of gravitation and radioactivity, all of the phenomena known to physicists and chemists in 1911 have their ultimate explanation in the laws of quantum electrodynamics.
It's ridiculous that time and time again we need a radioactive cloud coming out of a nuclear power-station to remind us that atomic energy is extraordinarily dangerous.
The Laboratory for Radioactivity consisted of only two rooms at the time;
at a later date, when tests of radioactive substances became more extensive, it expanded into four rooms.