There’s a Naturally Occurring Nuclear Fission Reactor in West Africa

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In May 1972 in a uranium enrichment plant in France, scientists examining ore from a mine in Gabon, West Africa, discovered that a natural nuclear reactor had spontaneously manifested in that region in the Earth’s primordial past, churning out approximately 100 Kw worth of energy continuously for a few hundred thousand years about 1.7 billion years ago. In order to understand how the natural nuclear reactor came about, it helps to understand a little of the history and science of nuclear reactions. Read more…        

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There’s a Naturally Occurring Nuclear Fission Reactor in West Africa

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