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Recycled Disarmed Nuclear Equipment July 1, 2011

Posted by nrhatch in Sustainable Living.
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So, here’s an interesting question for those interested in a more sustainable future for the world and its inhabitants . . .

What to do with Recycled Disarmed Nuclear Equipment?

Make jewelry!

For more information:  Green Deals! 

Quote:  When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace.  ~ Jimi Hendrix

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1. ceceliafutch - July 1, 2011

Interesting. I’ll have to ask Richard about this — he is a nuclear engineer.

nrhatch - July 1, 2011

It could be his new hobby! 😯

2. Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide - July 1, 2011

That’s so hot, err, cool, it’s radioactive.

nrhatch - July 1, 2011

I laughed when I saw the “Re:” line of the e-mail . . . wondering what kind of Green Deal would involve “Recycled Disarmed Nuclear Equipment.”

When I opened it and saw the answer, I KNEW I had to share. :mrgreen:

3. therealsharon - July 2, 2011

OOOO, Jewelry…that always makes me smile…although here it says Jewerly….uh….I’m guessing they don’t hire an editor? LOL

nrhatch - July 2, 2011

Good eye! I completely missed that. LOL, indeed. 😀

4. eof737 - July 2, 2011

Interesting choice of usage… a peace necklace. 😉 I’ll pass on that one. TY!
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nrhatch - July 2, 2011

I had a Peace necklace just like that in the 70’s . . . I don’t think it was made from recycled nuclear equipment.

I found this Green Deals to be rather an ironic twist. 😯


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