[time-nuts] Helium and MEMS oscillators don;t mix well

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Thu Nov 1 11:52:24 EDT 2018

In message <B084B24B-DD81-48A2-87AE-D43D74133C59 at n1k.org>, Bob kb8tq writes:

> A lot of Radon and *really* poor ventilation…. 


But a LOT of Radon is not without interesting "side-effects", such as
much easier ionization due to the alpha radiation.

To get to relevant He levels via the Radon route, we are talking
deep unventilated mineshaft kind of concentrations...

Hydrogen is a lot more plausible in my view.

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