The sadistic former chief of a tropical prison has a sample of a substance that would make cheap nuclear weapons possible. He also has memorized a key formula and is seeking the highest bids he can. He maintains his base of operations at the now-closed prison. Briggs & Co. must neutralize him. The plan by Briggs calls for Barney to pose as a former prisoner. Written by
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First episode to use colour head shots of Barney Collier and Willie Armitage in the I.M.F. dossier. See more
Although most isotopes of Cesium are radioactive to some degree (Cesium-133 is stable), none of the isotopes have any weapons applications. It is used as a radiation source in laboratories, in the petroleum industry, electronic devices and, perhaps most famously, in atomic clocks (the oscillation period of the cesium-133 atom is now used to define the standard second). Cesium clocks also regulate timing for cell phone networks and internet data flow. See more