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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Buckocaster51, Dec 19, 2012.
Although China has this same stuff.
Whatever they are, they're about 12-15' long judging the scale by the railroad tracks.
CHN guitar waiting for export, or import/customs?
Is it something that would also be found at Hanford, WA?
Although Twinkies were invented in 1930...making them slightly older than this stuff. (Or at the least the industrial use of this stuff. I am not sure that it exists in nature. Probably not in great quantities at least.)
To me as well.
But that is not what they are.
At standard temperature and pressure the contents of these containers is a solid.
I'm pretty sure that Twinkies have a half-life of their own...
That appears to be a reasonable assertion.
"The distance between the inside edges of the rails of standard gauge track is usually called 1,435 mm but in the United States it is still called 4 ft 8½ in." - from Wikipedia. There I go again!
You know, that is a reasonable assumption. But I don't think so. Hanford, as far as I know, does not have the industrial base to do anything with this.
The half-life of Twinkies approaches that of protons. Something like 10^33 years.
But no, these things have nothing to do with Twinkies. Unless the painters that seem to be painting them, turning them from rust-red to blue-gray might enjoy a Twinkie on break.
Storage only, and they're rusty, i.e. been there a while.... has to be toxic waste of some sort.
Hot tub farm
Spent nuclear wet storage pools?
Barrels 'o monkeys.
Dave Hester's storage units.
Elvis' stage clothing.
Imelda Marcos' untill-now-undiscovered hidden stash of shoes?
Not before 1952.
I-24 runs through Tennessee... something to do with Oak Ridge?
Damn, never mind.