My buddy works at the Universite Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris. They’re cleaning out their office, and he sent me the earlier shot of uranium. The uranium probably belonged to Marie Currie since she worked 20 feet from where my buddy has his lab. It’s around 90 years old and still radioactive.
He also found the pic above, and I’ll let him explain it in his own words:

“I found the second bottle which was all in German, and said ‘made in germany 8 august, 1939’ on the back.
I knew that meant it was WW2 era, so I took the bottle, looked it up and  found that it was used as a fuel source for V2 rockets and other shit, and the Nazis used this building during the war for research. So I’m working in an old Nazi research facility, with stockpiles of uranium.”
I have interesting friends.

My buddy works at the Universite Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris. They’re cleaning out their office, and he sent me the earlier shot of uranium. The uranium probably belonged to Marie Currie since she worked 20 feet from where my buddy has his lab. It’s around 90 years old and still radioactive.

He also found the pic above, and I’ll let him explain it in his own words:

I found the second bottle which was all in German, and said ‘made in germany 8 august, 1939’ on the back.

I knew that meant it was WW2 era, so I took the bottle, looked it up and found that it was used as a fuel source for V2 rockets and other shit, and the Nazis used this building during the war for research.
So I’m working in an old Nazi research facility, with stockpiles of uranium.”

I have interesting friends.

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