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Every second in your body, thousands of tiny isotopes are bursting with radioactive decay. And, all around you, imperceptible gamma rays explode in a brilliant but invisible lightshow. And they've just formed a live band.

Yes, you read that correctly. But it's all for science: [url="http://www.radioactiveorchestra.com/"]The Radioactive Orchestra 2.0[/url][img]http://global.fncstatic.com/static/v/all/img/external-link.png[/img] is part of a Swedish project to help us understand how low-energy radiation works, by showing the energy patterns of nuclear isotopes.

The music sounds like a techno-version of your science curriculum

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In truth, is that even safe?

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I dunno, would YOU handle a piece of Uranium with your bare hands for a music demo? :p

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