Potassium is the thing which makes bananas radioactive, and your salt substitute radioactive. Its chemical symbol is K, which stands for kilotons (of radiation).
In fact, scientists have wondered why the World War II scientists spent so much time trying to make a hydrogen bomb, when they could just have made a potassium bomb.
Potassium in water[edit | edit source]
Similar effects to lithium, except you get 25.2525 times the article work. Unfortunately, it may blow up and eat your house.
Why use potassium to model Brownian noise?[edit | edit source]
It sounds like a badly-maintained vacuum cleaner. Vacuums are used for dust. Dust is related to food waste. Bananas are a food. Bananas contain potassium.