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Canary M. Burns

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Canary M. Burns was the legal owner of Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. When Homer tries to.

Inside cooling tower no.3 at the unfinished Satsop nuclear power plant, Washington State

Inside cooling tower no.3 at the unfinished Satsop nuclear power plant, Washington State

Crystal Palace: The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nuclear Nations - Australia-based artists Ken & Julia Yonetani have designed 29 chandeliers, all made from glowing uranium glass beads in response to the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011. Each of their chandeliers would represent a country with nuclear power, with size of the chandelier depending on the nuclear capacity of the country.

Crystal Palace: The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nuclear Nations - Australia-based artists Ken & Julia Yonetani have designed 29 chandeliers, all made from glowing uranium glass beads in response to the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011. Each of their chandeliers would represent a country with nuclear power, with size of the chandelier depending on the nuclear capacity of the country.

Crystal Palace: The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nuclear Nations - Australia-based artists Ken & Julia Yonetani have designed 29 chandeliers, all made from glowing uranium glass beads in response to the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011. Each of their chandeliers would represent a country with nuclear power, with size of the chandelier depending on the nuclear capacity of the country.

Crystal Palace: The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nuclear Nations - Australia-based artists Ken & Julia Yonetani have designed 29 chandeliers, all made from glowing uranium glass beads in response to the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011. Each of their chandeliers would represent a country with nuclear power, with size of the chandelier depending on the nuclear capacity of the country.

uranium ken + julia yonetani. In response to the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, Australia-based artists have created 29 chandeliers, made from vintage uranium glass beads. Each chandelier will represent a country that relies on nuclear power for energy with its size correlating to the amount of nuclear capacity.

uranium ken + julia yonetani. In response to the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, Australia-based artists have created 29 chandeliers, made from vintage uranium glass beads. Each chandelier will represent a country that relies on nuclear power for energy with its size correlating to the amount of nuclear capacity.

Artists Ken + Julia Yonetani among their glowing chandeliers at #NGAContemporary ! This installation is a provocative response to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident.  Want to know more about their art and practice? Join us for an artist's talk tomorrow at 2pm! (Free, James O Fairfax Theatre)  Otherwise, make sure you check out the exhibition when it opens tomorrow!   Find out more here: http://nga.gov.au/Contemporary/

Artists Ken + Julia Yonetani among their glowing chandeliers at #NGAContemporary ! This installation is a provocative response to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident. Want to know more about their art and practice? Join us for an artist's talk tomorrow at 2pm! (Free, James O Fairfax Theatre) Otherwise, make sure you check out the exhibition when it opens tomorrow! Find out more here: http://nga.gov.au/Contemporary/

What the Birds Knew by Ken and Julia Yonetani:   "Each chandelier - made up of hundreds of vintage uranium beads - depicts a country that relies on nuclear power for energy... The radioactive glass has been used   by the artists as a means of exploring the fear of radiation that Japan has been living with daily."

What the Birds Knew by Ken and Julia Yonetani: "Each chandelier - made up of hundreds of vintage uranium beads - depicts a country that relies on nuclear power for energy... The radioactive glass has been used by the artists as a means of exploring the fear of radiation that Japan has been living with daily."

Australia-based artists Ken and Julia Yonetani draw attention to Fukushima's Daiichi nuclear power plant accident from 2011 with their sculptural installation titled What the Birds Knew. The 6-meter long sculpture is actually made of uranium glass beads illuminated by UV lights, giving it that bright neon green glow. The collaborative duo use the radioactive element "as a means of exploring the fear of radiation that Japan has been living with daily,"

Giant Uranium Ant Reflects Concerns About Nuclear Power

Australia-based artists Ken and Julia Yonetani draw attention to Fukushima's Daiichi nuclear power plant accident from 2011 with their sculptural installation titled What the Birds Knew. The 6-meter long sculpture is actually made of uranium glass beads illuminated by UV lights, giving it that bright neon green glow. The collaborative duo use the radioactive element "as a means of exploring the fear of radiation that Japan has been living with daily,"

NGA Contemporary transformed with a major installation by artists Ken and Julia Yonetani. a provocative response to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident. In an installation of chandeliers reconfigured to emanate UV light, and decorated with specially sourced Uranium glass, each chandelier represents a country that operates nuclear power stations and is of a scale relative to that country’s nuclear output. It is work that is aesthetically astounding, accessible and engaging

NGA Contemporary transformed with a major installation by artists Ken and Julia Yonetani. a provocative response to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident. In an installation of chandeliers reconfigured to emanate UV light, and decorated with specially sourced Uranium glass, each chandelier represents a country that operates nuclear power stations and is of a scale relative to that country’s nuclear output. It is work that is aesthetically astounding, accessible and engaging

Abandoned Theme Parks  http://amusementparksoftheworld.com/amusement/10-most-incredible-abandoned-theme-parks-on-earth/

Abandoned Theme Parks http://amusementparksoftheworld.com/amusement/10-most-incredible-abandoned-theme-parks-on-earth/

✨  Julia + Ken Yonetani USA - Uranium Glass Chandelier, part of an installation in response to the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster. There are 31 chandeliers, their sizes correspond to the nuclear capacity in a country, with the USA the largest. Densely covered with specially sourced uranium glass beads & crystal pendants. When lit in darkness, the ultraviolet light tubes react with the uranium inside the glass to create a fluorescent green effect, reminiscent of the presence of radiation.

✨ Julia + Ken Yonetani USA - Uranium Glass Chandelier, part of an installation in response to the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster. There are 31 chandeliers, their sizes correspond to the nuclear capacity in a country, with the USA the largest. Densely covered with specially sourced uranium glass beads & crystal pendants. When lit in darkness, the ultraviolet light tubes react with the uranium inside the glass to create a fluorescent green effect, reminiscent of the presence of radiation.

A nine-metre banquet table made entirely of salt and chandeliers made from uranium glass representing nuclear-powered nations feature in the exhibition by internationally acclaimed Japanese and Australian artist collaborators Ken + Julia Yonetani at Canberra’s NGA Contemporary. How you explore this new art space yet? Photo by Instagrammer @lauratj. #visitcanberra

A nine-metre banquet table made entirely of salt and chandeliers made from uranium glass representing nuclear-powered nations feature in the exhibition by internationally acclaimed Japanese and Australian artist collaborators Ken + Julia Yonetani at Canberra’s NGA Contemporary. How you explore this new art space yet? Photo by Instagrammer @lauratj. #visitcanberra

banquet table of salt.  The last temptation :  the art of Ken  Julia Yonetani until 25 April 2016 | NGA Contemporary  Chandeliers made from uranium glass representing nuclear-powered nations and a nine-metre banquet table made entirely of salt feature in the first large survey show of these internationaly acclaimed artists.  Photo by @mu_ceramics_studio_gallery by mizumagallery

banquet table of salt. The last temptation : the art of Ken Julia Yonetani until 25 April 2016 | NGA Contemporary Chandeliers made from uranium glass representing nuclear-powered nations and a nine-metre banquet table made entirely of salt feature in the first large survey show of these internationaly acclaimed artists. Photo by @mu_ceramics_studio_gallery by mizumagallery

Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Energy Sources.  Included are Coal, Oil, Natural Gas, Nuclear Power, Biomass, Wind, Hydropower, Geothermal, and Solar.

Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy Types - Advantages & Disadvantages

Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Energy Sources. Included are Coal, Oil, Natural Gas, Nuclear Power, Biomass, Wind, Hydropower, Geothermal, and Solar.

he year 2012 brought significant improvement in Australia-India ties, with the two sides agreeing to launch negotiations on civil nuclear deal during Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s maiden visit to New Delhi to further strengthen ties with the rising Asian power.

he year 2012 brought significant improvement in Australia-India ties, with the two sides agreeing to launch negotiations on civil nuclear deal during Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s maiden visit to New Delhi to further strengthen ties with the rising Asian power.

Christmas cookies: This web page has an old family recipe for Springerles -- cookies with an anise flavor that are neat...but they have a secret...almost nuclear powered ingredient....!

Christmas cookies: This web page has an old family recipe for Springerles -- cookies with an anise flavor that are neat...but they have a secret...almost nuclear powered ingredient....!