We just can't seem to stop chasing the sweet, sweet taste of element 82.
D'autres épisodes de "The Episodic Table of Elements"
89. Actinium: The Windup… And The Pitchblende
15:33We all know that radioactive rocks glow in the dark, except they actually don't, except for when they actually do.
88. Radium: Several Sordid Affairs
33:41Out of all the characters who encounter radium in this episode, the only one to emerge unscathed is the guy who comes face-to-face with Satan.
87. Francium: Nothing To Do With Cats
15:23You don't have to have a degree to do science, but it helps.
86. Radon: It’s Coming From Inside The House
21:11You know something's amiss when you set off the radiation alarms while walking in to the nuclear power plant.
85. Astatine: Pathological Science
19:30The story of astatine takes us to Alabama, Dacca, Romania, Vienna, and California, but definitely not Switzerland.
84. Polonium: The Distinguished Alumna Of Warsaw’s Flying University
19:17Sadly, it's no longer possible to purchase this lethally radioactive element for fifteen cents and a cereal boxtop.
83. Bismuth: The Friendly Oddball
18:03The periodic table shows the natural patterns and trends among the elements. Bismuth does not abide.
82. Lead: Irrational Self-Interest
26:29We just can't seem to stop chasing the sweet, sweet taste of element 82.
81. Thallium: It Rides A Pale Horse
24:12In which we learn how reading mystery novels might very well save a life.
80. Mercury: Fatally Toxic And Probably In Your Mouth
22:19Even if you hate tuna, have flawless teeth, and only use digital thermometers, humans have historically not been shy about getting a mouthful of mercury.