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Antimatter Hazard Symbol pops up!

19 Apr 2012, 02:01 UTC
Antimatter Hazard Symbol pops up!
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A red-letter day! The Antimatter Hazard Symbol I proposed nearly two years ago has found its first physical application! …Well, pseudo-physical, anyway. While the symbol, (which is based on internationally-accepted color coding in combination with Title 10 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations, Part 835, Subpart G posting guidelines,) has found its way into [...]

Antimatter containment pod as rendered in Second Life. Note the triangular Antimatter Hazard Symbol at left. (Image credit: Benjamin Swem; Symbol credit: Ben McGee)
A red-letter day! The Antimatter Hazard Symbol I proposed nearly two years ago has found its first physical application!
…Well, pseudo-physical, anyway.
While the symbol, (which is based on internationally-accepted color coding in combination with Title 10 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations, Part 835, Subpart G posting guidelines,) has found its way into online articles here-and-there, it hadn’t found it’s way onto something more substantial until now.
Second view of the antimatter containment pod as rendered in Second Life. Note the triangular Antimatter Hazard Symbol at left. (Image credit: Benjamin Swem; Symbol credit: Ben McGee)
Benjamin Swem, a Second Life user also known as Krahazik Zaytsev, recently asked my permission to use the symbol. His application? In true, ...

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