The world’s first peacetime use of nuclear power occurred when the U.S. Government switched on Experimental Breeder Reactor #1 near Arco, Idaho, on December 20, 1951. It was only temporary, but it paved the way for commercial use of nuclear power. Today, the facility can be explored through a free, self-guided tour which includes a limbo bar, a rail slide, and all the usual stuff you’d find at a nuclear plant.
Along the hills of the world’s first city powered by atomic energy, you’ll find a peculiar set of numbers disorderly painted across the face of its most prominent hill. A tradition dating back to nearly a century, it all began when the 1920 senior class of Butte County High School decided to leave its mark. Each graduating class thereafter followed suit.
A five year old that’s still drinking his mother’s breast milk would be weird… but an adult drinking another animal’s breast milk isn’t. I imagine the first person to ever drink milk was some dude with a cow suckling fetish, and then when his buddies caught him, he somehow sold them on the idea that it’s perfectly ok and normal.
“I ain’t into beastiality, bro. I’m just sucking teat ’cause it’s a really good source for vitamin D.”