Radiation Mark Baseball T-Shirts
If you're interested in the Cold War, nuclear warfare, and radioactivity -- then let the world know with this awesome radiation design. Don't head to your fallout shelter without it! Featuring the text "CAUTION - RADIATION HAZARD," this graphic makes the perfect gift for any nuclear engineer, researcher, student, or radioactive mutant in your life.
Tags: soviet, uranium, cold-war, nuclear, fallout-shelter
I never dreamed I'd grow up to be a super sexy Rad Tech but here I am killing it. Who would have thunk it? Me as a hotty in Radiology playing with radiation. I'm pretty awesome if I do say myself. If you're a hot Rad Tech in the x-ray field then these are the products you. Or if you know someone that's confident or might be a little stuck on themselves then this would make a great gift for them.
Tags: radiologist, radiologic-technologist, radiographer, x-ray, xray
In 1971, Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney founded an engineering firm, Syzygy Engineering, that designed and built Computer Space, the world's first commercially available arcade video game, for Nutting Associates. On June 27, 1972, the two incorporated Atari, Inc. and soon hired Al Alcorn as their first design engineer. Bushnell asked Alcorn to produce an arcade version of the Magnavox Odyssey's Tennis game, which would be named Pong. While Bushnell incorporated Atari in June 1972, Syzygy Company was never formally incorporated. Before Atari's incorporation, Bushnell considered various terms from the game go, eventually choosing atari, referencing a position in the game when a group of stones is imminently in danger of being taken by one's opponent. Atari was incorporated in the state of California on June 27, 1972. This version of the Atari logo mark is the inline logo with the embedded stylized 'A' icon with an authentic vintage treatment to give it plenty of retro street cred.
Tags: games, game, video-game, atari-2600, nostalgia