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M is for… Meltdown

“..a disastrous collapse or breakdown…”


Dounreay Nuclear Reactor, Kate Williams and John Lloyd, 2007 – just one fascinating exhibit at the National Museum of Scotland

This amazing green sculpture is made uranium glass lit by ultraviolet light.  The eerie glow suggsest meltdown to me, though I’m not sure that’s what was intended by the artists.

National Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh EH1 1JF

Linked to Frizztext’s Tagged M ChallengeABC Wednesday and Alphabe Thursday.



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  1. Me, too!

    Actually, at first I thought it was lime jello – ha!

    Which would definitely be subject to meltdown!

    This was a marvelous link for the letter M.

    Thank you for sharing it.



    • Sadly, I think we need them, but I wouldn’t want one on my doorstep and wouldn’t want to work there! A NIMBY for sure! So giant wind farms it will have to be.

      On Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 8:13 PM, Travel with Intent wrote:



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