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Antimatter Hazard Symbol finds early adopters!

27 Oct 2011, 01:45 UTC
Antimatter Hazard Symbol finds early adopters!
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Those who have been long-time readers will remember a proposition I made for an antimatter hazard symbol (otherwise and less formally called a “warning sign”) back in May of 2010, which was based on currently-accepted international hazard symbology and color schemes. Well, to date, I am excited to report that the symbol has found some early [...]

Credit: Ben McGee
Those who have been long-time readers will remember a proposition I made for an antimatter hazard symbol (otherwise and less formally called a “warning sign”) back in May of 2010, which was based on currently-accepted international hazard symbology and color schemes.
Well, to date, I am excited to report that the symbol has found some early adopters across the cyberverse. Foremost amongst these is the website, WeInterrupt.com, who made a stab at a somewhat technical, somewhat tongue-in-cheek article featuring the symbol last June.
Image credit: Armando/Redcrow Design, utilizing antimatter hazard symbol credit: Ben McGee
Much earlier, (a year ago last November,) the site “ParanoidNEWS.org” incorporated the symbol into a fairly fantastic, paranoid montage with a nuclear mushroom cloud (at right) cresting a somewhat crass article about the potential development of antimatter weaponry.
Patently alarmist, and the color scheme ...

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