As we have seen, radium is a chemical element with symbol Ra, an atomic number 88 with an atomic mass of 226 u, and belongs to the family of alkaline earth metals, group 2 or IIA of the periodic classification of elements. At room temperature, radium is in a solid state.
Ra is also one of the names of the Egyptian sun god, Ra. One that heats and provides energy.
Did the Egyptians use this chemical element?
We also saw that these fireplaces worked with only a small amount of radium, heating the whole environment.
People from the past never would have thought that radium would not still be used today.
These pans didn’t need a fire to heat the food.
Note that the lower left corner of the cover — where the additional information about the company or at least its address was printed — was torn off before the cover was mounted on the notebook. Consequently, the printed listing of this print recorded in the Official Gazette is the only source that gives the company’s name and location.
Although an “X” was clearly intended, the use of the salt cross is somewhat ironic, as the symbol is now used in Europe as a standard sign for harmful or irritating chemicals. This leads, of course, to the immediate question of whether any radium was actually added into the clay used to make these cookware. It is highly unlikely that it was a natural constituent of fire clay.
Fortunately, a simple Geiger counter test by Dale Gnidovec, curator at the Orton Geological Museum at Ohio State University, revealed only normal background radiation. Unfortunately, there is no indication on the cookware or mixing bowls who actually made the stoneware vessels for Griswold. And that question promises to be unanswerable, for no further information about X-Radium Cooking Utensil Co. from Cincinnati can be found.
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Yarn made with radium cotton and wool to make clothes.
Radium stove, no need for gas or firewood to heat food.
These fireplaces were created to run on free energy.
Where is the chimney of this fireplace? That’s right, it doesn’t exist! The fireplace was created to function on the basis of radium or another element that does not emanate smoke.
Note that the fireplace has no charcoal marks and all had metallic objects.
These containers possibly contained a small amount of Radium for the purpose of heating the room.