TESTED: Is Tritium Safe? Testing radiation exposure from night sights, compass, etc.
Today we’ll be doing some experiments with tritium night sights, a tritium compass, and a modern radiation detector/Geiger counter to find out just how much radiation is being emitted. We will find out if tritium is really as safe as it is claimed to be, and how much radiation is absorbed when in close proximity to this radioactive isotope.
LINK FROM THE VIDEO:
GQ GMC 500+ Radiation Detector: http://gqelectronicsllc.com/store/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=41
A Microscopic Atomic Particle System
Glowing Blue Plasma Bursts with Energy
4k Fire explosions
Digital meter power energy
Gaseous tritium light source.jpg
Image by Alexander Antropov from Pixabay
Glowing Abstract Background Loop
NASA Gamma Rays
Steampunk Image: https://www.pexels.com/photo/woman-in-black-leather-jacket-carrying-black-and-white-cat-5368862/
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