From 1957 to 1978, scientists secretly removed bone samples from over 21,000 dead Australians as they searched for evidence of the deadly poison, Strontium 90 – a by-product of nuclear testing. Silent Storm reveals the story behind this astonishing case of officially sanctioned ‘body-snatching’. Set against a backdrop of the Cold War, the saga follows celebrated scientist, Hedley Marston, as he attempts to blow the whistle on radioactive contamination and challenge official claims that British atomic tests posed no threat to the Australian people. Marston’s findings are not only disputed, he is targeted as ‘a scientist of counter-espionage interest’.
No narration or interviews. Just a nice soundtrack and some amazing images.
via The Camp on Vimeo.
What about ‘ancient’, ‘being’, ‘counterfeit’, ‘deicide’, ‘eight’. Coming from someone one whom is very likely to spell cat with a ‘K’, this rule always bothered me.
Rule should probably be written as ‘I before E except after C or Infections or Suffixes or Word endings or silent ‘G’s or Proper names or Prefixes or Chemical names or loanwords from another language or Scottish English.