'And I'm going to tie all your daughters up and make them f***ing watch,' he added as Alex laughed along.Paul Abrahamian, 24, looked shocked as he buried his head in his hands and said: 'Oh, my god'.But instead of being respectful, he berated them, telling them they were fake cops with nothing better to do.And that's when he told them that he was headed to a nursing home.Kevin is a stay-at-home father from Boston who has six daughters and one son.Outraged viewers took to social media to call on Big Brother to reprimand Jason for his comments. Another shared: 'This piece of trash needs to be reprimanded for the multiple rape jokes and homophobic slurs.' A third shocked Twitter user wrote: 'I don't watch Big Brother but Jason Dent is a vile piece of s**t!It seems that Big Brother contestant Jason Dent really doesn't know when to keep his mouth shut.
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If you are reading this, you are probably familiar with the two-nuclide diagram commonly used to represent paired Be-10 and Al-26 data: This example is from a review article by Darryl Granger from 2006 (in GSA Special Paper 415) that gives a good description of what the diagram is and how it is supposed to work.
Basically, the diagram shows Be-10 concentration on the x-axis and the Al-26/Be-10 ratio on the y-axis, although commonly both quantities are shown in normalized units computed by dividing observed concentrations by the respective production rates at the sample site – this normalization allows plotting data from different sites, with different production rates, on the same axis.
On the other hand, here is a Ne-21/Be-10 diagram from a very cool paper by Florian Kober and Vasily Alfimov: This figure has a lot of data in it that are beside the point from the perspective of this post, but the point is that it has the opposite axes: Be-10 concentration on the x-axis and Ne-21/Be-10 ratio on the y-axis. I think inverting the diagram so that burial goes up just confuses readers. Thus, I advocate always plotting the longer-lived nuclide of the pair on the x-axis, and the ratio of the shorter-lived to longer-lived nuclide on the y-axis. Of course, I am in the US, but I am not just cheering for my own team here.
Thus, exposure still goes to the right (at least for a while), but burial goes UP. Not what we expect from our previous experience with the Al-26/Be-10 diagram. At present, the choice of axes in two-nuclide diagrams involving Ne-21 in the literature appears to reflect your position in relation to the Atlantic Ocean. It really does make more sense for two-nuclide diagrams to always behave the same way no matter what nuclide pair is involved.The basic concept here is that if your sample stays at the surface and experiences steady exposure with or without erosion, nuclide concentrations are confined to the “simple exposure region” highlighted with dark lines in the above figure.