jwz must be busy with the nightclub or something, so I’ll have to post this for him: I, for one, welcome our new RADIOACTIVE WASP MASTERS.
At H Reactor, these 1/2- to 3/4-inch-long wasps are picking up their mud from the complex’s contaminated spent nuclear fuel basin, Nelson said.
Bechtel workers are scraping off the nests and sending them to central Hanford’s low-level radioactive waste burial grounds.
Unfound radioactive nests will shelter larvae hibernating with their dead spiders through the fall and winter.
When spring comes, the larvae will awaken.
To pupate. To mutate. To eat.
And then break loose.