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Froogling for radioactive materials
The world's ablaze with news of Litvinenko, the former russian spy who died of radiation poisoning. His family has proclaimed that president Vladimir Putin is behind the act.

A very happy man that wants uranium
After Googling around a bit I discovered something interesting: Polonium 210 — the radioactive isotope that killed Litvinenko — is available for purchase online for $69. But that's not all, they're available to the general public. You don't need a license, you don't need a big budget — according to their webpage they "Specialize in small orders" and deliver nuclear materials hot from the reactor to your doorstep. They even have this animated gif on their website (I turned animation off).

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