Monday, March 16, 2015

Sunrise Over The Nuke Plant

Andy | Monday, March 16, 2015 | Best Blogger Tips

Did you know that uranium, one of few forms of energy we use, does not come from the sun? The Earth's uranium was produced in one or more supernovae over 6 billion years ago. Just saying.

20 comments:

  1. Guess what we got one of those as well next door. Well at lead the decommissioned one at harwell where it all started.

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  2. Pretty sky, Andy, and 6 billion years was such a long time ago!

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  3. This just shows that the right kind of sunrise or sunset can make anything beautiful. Of course it helps if you know how to take the picture which you obviously do.

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  4. Most all of our heavy metals come from the energy of a supernova. Gold is also only formed in a supernova. Fine sunrise photo. One must be up early to see such sights.

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  5. Terrific perspective with this shot, Andy.

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  6. Sunrise I can understand. Supernova? That scale of time and energy befuddles me.

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  7. Nice sunrise photo - perfect timing with that sun rays. Great capture.

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  8. Well done Andy, you certainly made nuclear power plant look attractive!

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  9. I don't like living near a nuclear plant.

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  10. Beautiful sunrise...even over a nuclear plant.

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  11. A gorgeous burst of sunlight and colour!

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  12. Thanks goodness that it;s the sun and not the plant glowing. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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