300 articles and commentaries that try to convince readers that the answer to this question must be yes. Dismantle all bombs and reactors before the centennial of the Trinity Nuclear Bomb Test on July 16, 1945. Sooner would be better, but since the human race loves centennials, this is one to put in your calendar.
"MKS-1501MInstrument is applied in banks in the course of cash money reception and distribution for detection of banknotes with radioactive contamination."
"KSZ-5. The containeris usedfor moving andtemporary storage of radioactivebanknotes, rootsand packages."
These odd devices are symbolic of numerous unexpected alterations to normal living that emerge after a nuclear accident. The world breathes a sigh of relief as the media and government pronouncements declare the emergency has been brought under control, but radionuclides dispersed by the meltdown and explosion seem to be an eternal gift that keeps on giving. They show up in the food, sewage sludge, fertilizer, corpses, smoke from burning forests, and banknotes that circulate through the forbidden zones!