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The Radioactive Stones That Come from Sea

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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

The Radioactive and Explosive Stones That Come From Sea

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URUGUAI. At Piriapolis city, in Punta Negra's beach, the retired military, fisherman in his spare time, 78 years - Juan Carlos Bézon, was walking on the seaside when he noticed a small stone, just over 3 inches wide. He noted that it had a strong color in a fluorescent green hue, flecked with dark spots, brownish.

He picked up the object. It had a rough texture - and placed it in his pants pocket. In about five minutes, the man began to feel a warming sensation in the thigh.

It was the stone that - apparently - started a spontaneous reaction, radiating heat. Immediately Bézon began to undress and, luckily, as was wearing two pairs of pants, apart from underwear, escaped a more serious injury in the leg.

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What the hell :unsure2:

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KRYPTONITE !

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Maybe a coral covered relic from ww2

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Wait, he had on two pairs of pants?

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When I saw the title of this thread, I thought it meant something like this.

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You'd probably crap yourself if you found that washed up on the beach.

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LB food from the bottom of the ocean. Maybe stronger ocean bottom currents are bringing them closer to the surface. Their neutron-rich interiors are reacting with the right-hand dominated solids of the crust.

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It is probably a mineral containing phosphorus that was ignited by his body heat.

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with all the toxic & radioactive crap that we've been dumping into the oceans for the last 40 yrs, i'm suprised this sort of thing isn't happening more frequently.....

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It is probably a mineral containing phosphorus that was ignited by his body heat.

Yes, agreed. It's still something of an enigma though.

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I love to pick up rocks and put them in my pockets. I'll think twice before I'll pick any up near a beach.

Have to wonder if this has anything to do with how polluted the ocean is.

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