Presented by General Electric, contractor for the United States Atomic Energy Commission, it’s the Hanford Science Forum and Dr. Richard F. Foster, manager of the Aquatic Biology Operation, assuring that the mildly radioactive materials entering the river are negligible and not hazardous to aquatic wild life.
He brings specimens for us to ogle!
Including a crawfish that he confides isn’t a popular foodstuff for people.
Secondly, we meet Doyle Burke, a senior at Columbia High School, and his science fair award winning dog skeleton.
I imagine Doyle named his dog skeleton. I wonder what it’s name was.