I don't think the gal in the third video is wearing one....
Following up on my post last week about Dr. Willard Libby and his "nuclear detergent,"
here's Dr. Libby again, in 1961, promoting his "Poor Man's Fallout Shelter," which could also have been described as the "If you're stuck in this, you're screwed" shelter. Note that it was obligatory to wear a white tuxedo and bowtie while in the Poor Man's shelter.
The Herald (Jasper, Indiana) - Oct 5, 1961
Boring pep talk from a CEO segues into a husband's foreign sex fantasies. That's a sweepstakes promotion!
is best known as the winner of the 1960 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, awarded for his role in developing radiocarbon dating. But throughout the 1950s and 60s he was also a tireless promoter of nuclear energy, assuring the public that fears about radioactivity and nuclear fallout were greatly overblown. One of his ideas for a beneficial use of radiation was to radiate laundry detergent. As far as I know, no detergent maker ever got behind this idea.
- Jan 13, 1964
Saving idiot housewives, time-stressed housewives, and horror fans from yucky stinky water troubles for decades.