- v. present participle of irradiate.
“Or, consider the case of Shimon Peres selectively "irradiating" sephardi jews in israel - those people have suffered life-long damage to themselves and their children.”
“Hollywood was always irradiating something in the old days, and the nuked up mutated creatures, for some reason, always felt compelled to attack Los Angeles.”
“Nuclear weapons contain nuclear material; that material is constantly decaying and irradiating everything around it, in particular, all the non-nuclear components of the weapon, such as fuzing, security, and safety devices.”
“Obama is backing a man who thinks he should be the President of Honduras for life, AND the Jews are irradiating him to “alter his state”, while at the same time Obama is backing the President of Iran, who thinks if he can start a world ending war with Israel in the Middle East a 12th imam will arise, maybe out of a well?, and start a new era of Islamic Rule?”
“These irradiating works, despite their initial ethereal and atmospheric effect, have an amazingly strong presence.”
“Sort of, because as you allude to, R. Giskard Reventlov destroys himself irradiating Earth to force us to leave, and R. Daneel Olivaw spends the next ~20,500 years keeping a watchful eye over us, gently bending things here and there (as seen in Prelude to Foundation with the beginnings of Psychohistory) to steer humans in the most beneficial overall direction.”
“Scientists have found that irradiating the polyethylene removes free oxygen radicals that contribute to degradation, so the polyethylene components are expected to wear much longer.”
“And a still irradiating Japanese economy continues to stagnate, while an emerging energy crisis has suddenly sparked plans to start off-shoring manufacturing.”
“Two suns irradiating the galaxy like a pair of covetous eyes: how trivial, how marginally interesting to the scatter-brained populace.”
“But irradiating food does not make it radioactive.”
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