Videos, Moderated Prompt Criticality

I finally found an old video that had been "disappeared" and now reappears with the title of Borax - Safety Experiment on a Boiling Water Reactor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WfNzJVxVz4 At 14 minutes in, they run a test on the reactor using K=4 with expected results, of blowing the reactor up, and jettisoning the fuel into the air. Yep, back in the 1950's they did this stuff as sanctioned government research in the open air. The same thing happened at Fukushima reactor 3. I needed a place to store the Reactor 3 Nuclear Explosion, here it is





The Nuke Cartel keep on disappearing videos that support the anti-nuke case. I had one page in which 5 of 5 videos were disappeared. Amazing.


9 comments:

  1. Got this in my email
    http://www.facebook.com/groups/NuclearHotseat/363463140364198/
    Good job!! TY!

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    1. hey you still Whoopin' it up

      Open up a can of Whoop Ass on those nukers!

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  2. umm, you sound as dumb as George Bush Junior when you say nukulur, instead of pronouncing it as it is spelled, nu-klee-ar, nuclear, not nuculer. sorry, otherwise interesting videos.

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  3. Unit 3 did not go prompt critical. The forensics dont support the assumption.

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  4. Not a prompt criticality at Fukushima - no neutrons detected

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    1. Hilarious! As if TEPCO would report that. It is essential to keep the public from revolting against nuclear, essential to maintain the lie that nuke plants cannot blow up like a nuke bomb. The nuke industry must protect that lie at all costs. If you look at the airborne dispersion of uranium and plutonium, that only means to eject that much material is through an internal explosion within the reactor vessel to create a "canon"

      http://nukeprofessional.blogspot.com/p/uranium-aerosolized-into-atmosphere.html

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    2. Actually, TEPCO itself did report detecting 13 neutron beams at the time of the accident: http://www.infowars.com/neutron-beam-observed-13-times-at-crippled-fukushima-nuke-plant/

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  5. Just out of curiosity, what would have made those reactors go prompt critical?

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    1. Deformation of the fuel rods due to over heating/melting, possibly even just the earthquake effect. Degradation of the boron plate absorbers.

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