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“For my doctor thesis I had chosen the determination of the nuclear moments of Beryllium from the hyperfine spectrum.”
“Most people living in the area also reported that they found their memory was being directly affected that they had become unusually forgetful (Probably caused by a heavy metal such as Beryllium in the 'apple moth' spray).”
“Gentner's work on the effects of gamma radiation on various elements, especially measurements of the active cross-section of the nuclear photo-effect on Beryllium, had impressed Bothe.”
“In the arguments here, the solar flares (as the linked article in the poorly titled "Nucleosynthesis in stellar flares" by Tatischef explains) make trace amounts of produced Li-7 and Be-8 (Lithium Seven and Beryllium Eight). (whose energy to produce it is small.)”
“He is currently the head of M.A.R.S. (Military Armament Research Syndicate) and wears a mask forged from Beryllium Steel.”
“In the materials sector, natural-resources concern Headwaters added 53 cents, or 13%, to $4.60, while Beryllium products supplier Brush Engineered Materials rose 1.08, or 6.6%, to 17.48, both on the New York Stock Exchange.”
“Atomized Beryllium sprayed into the air acts as a kind of sedative inducing forgetfulness etc.”
“It is suspected that Beryllium is amongst other biological warfare agents, the government is spraying the public with.”
“Beryllium: Resists corrosion; good for people who work around water”
“Beryllium is lighter, stronger, and more stable then glass — the completed array will be half the weight of Hubble's main mirror but 2.5 times bigger.”
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