Thursday, July 28, 2011

A Shocking Discovery at Fukushima


Why Underground Entombment At Fukushima Daiichi Won't Succeed
By Yoichi Shimatsu
Exclusive to Rense.com
7-28-11

Majia here: I am going to excerpt just 2 passages


(excerpted) At Fukushima, however, the quake damage and loss of water from inside the reactors caused many fuel rods to shatter. Broken pieces of uranium fell to the bottom of the reactor cores and melted through their shrouds into the containment chambers. The chemical evidence of slaked lime (calcium hydrate) in the air indicates the rod fragments then seared past the containment shields and burned through the reactor buildings' concrete footing.The continuous release of iodine-131 for more than 4 months in both air and sea water samples also indicates nonstop nuclear fission...

A shocking discovery at Fukushima was that zirconium (used as a "transparent" - allowing passage of neutrons - protective cladding around the fuel rods) when superheated can become a catalyst for an esoteric type of nuclear fission. At extreme temperatures, zirconium ignites even the tiniest quantities of airborne nuclear isotopes, releasing "blue lightning".

This means that zirconium catalysis could also be occurring underground, triggering mini-fission events. This sort of nuclear reaction is terra incognita, a yet unexplored frontier of physics, the joker in the deck.


Majia here: read the entire article at rense.com at the link above

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