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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Burning Water, The Fukushima Solution. Part 2


  
A nuclear power plant is really nothing but a large boiler that transforms water into steam, The steam turns a turbine generator and produces electricity. The main sources of heat are the nuclear rods made from refined uranium when placed together with the rods heat-up. The nuclear reactor is the heart of the plant. In its central part, the reactor core's heat is generated by controlled nuclear fission. With this heat, coolant is heated as it is pumped through the reactor and thereby removes the energy from the reactor. Heat from nuclear fission is used to raise steam, which runs through turbines, and in turn powers electrical generators.

Since nuclear fission creates radioactivity, the reactor core is surrounded by a protective shield. This containment absorbs radiation and prevents radioactive material from being released into the environment. In addition, many reactors are equipped with a dome of concrete to protect the reactor against both internal casualties and external impacts. A cooling system removes heat from the reactor core and transports it to another area of the plant, where the thermal energy can be harnessed to produce electricity or to do other useful work. Typically the hot coolant is used as a heat source for a boiler, and the pressurized steam from that drives one or more steam turbine driven electrical generators.  





Close to 11 percent of all electricity worldwide is produced by nuclear power plants. Japan has (43)plants and France (58), close to 23 percent in the world total of 437 civil nuclear power plants. The United States currently has 99 in operation with 5 in the planning stage. China is planning 40 new plants, Russia, 25 and India, 24.



One of the major rules in Engineering is based on the concept that the best solution to the mechanical problem is the simplest design, the less amount of working parts. Yet nuclear technology is the complete opposite of such an ideal, as nuclear plants use the most complex mechanisms just to heat water to its boiling point.



Nuclear technology produces extremely dangerous radiation which can sterilize, or kill, for hundreds, if not thousands of years. Nuclear critics have been pointing this out for years, emphasizing the dangers of radioactivity far out way any clean benefits. The fact is there was never a need for Nuclear Power as an energy source if the same tax money which subsidized nuclear was directed toward alternative technologies, such as solar. The same amount subsidies directed at alternatives could have helped in developing solar technology, probably far beyond the 11.5 percent that nuclear energy now provides. Another moral point is our sons and daughters will have to clean up their parents,(nuclear waste) when it is usually the other way around.

Fukushima the bad news and the solution


Nuclear technology produces extremely dangerous radiation which can sterilize, or kill, for hundreds, if not thousands of years. Nuclear critics have been pointing this out emphasizing the dangers of radioactivity far out way any clean benefits. The fact is there was never a need for Nuclear Power as an energy source if the same tax money that subsidized nuclear was directed toward alternative technologies, such as solar, it could have expanded solar energies use to far beyond the 11.5 percent that nuclear now provides. Another moral point is our sons and daughters will have to clean up for their parents,(nuclear waste) when it is usually the other way around.

“On July 22, 2013, more than two years after the incident, it was revealed that Fukushima was leaking radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean, something long suspected by local fishermen and independent investigators. TEPCO had previously denied that this was happening and the current situation has prompted Japanese Prime Minister Shinz┼Ź Abe to order the government to step in. On August 20, in a further incident, it was announced that 300 tonnes (300 long tons; 330 short tons) of heavily contaminated water had leaked from a storage tank. One of the great problems at Fukushima is radioactive water.

The basic problem with Fukushima is the government officials and Tepco, the owner of Fukushima, who are unable to comprehend the epic proportion of the clean-up. Can one really expect a solution from the same corporations and scientists who put profits before the life of the planet and their own country? There are those who say it may take hundreds or thousands of years to clean up the Japanese coast and the Pacific Ocean.

All through history great insights and discoveries have come from individuals working alone, on their own theories, someone completely out of the loop (or noose) of academia. Don’t expect those educated from the top universities to willingly accept alternative solutions which are based on a completely different paradigm.



Nuclear Remediation.



The use of Agnihotra to reduce radiation is explained in




There are other advanced technologies able to reduce radioactivity. Here is a list "27 different Methods of Reducing or Disposing of Radioactive Waste". The most important is Oxyhydrogen, a mixture of hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) gases. This gaseous mixture is used for torches to process refractory materials and was the first gaseous mixture used for welding. Theoretically, a ratio of 2:1 hydrogen: oxygen is enough to achieve maximum efficiency. Nowadays, gas is commonly known as HHO or Brown's gas.

Professor Yul Brown invented and patented the process of water electrolysis which produced a gas mixture of monoatomic oxygen and hydrogen. The gas has a very peculiar property that allows it to implode instead of exploding, the implosive flame burns at a cool 130 degrees yet is able to sublimate tungsten at (6,000) degrees. This gas can be used to heat a proprietary mixture of metals and/or metal oxides including the rad-waste to be neutralized. A highly exothermic radiant reaction appears to result in the immediate reduction of radioactivity approaching 95% of the original levels judging from preliminary tests, within seconds of treatment. Though some call this fringe science, no corporation has developed a simple solution to nuclear waste, that can be verified.



Since 1991, HHO technology has been successfully demonstrated on a small scale, at least 50 times to US, Chinese, Japanese and United Kingdom officials on a variety of nuclear waste products including americium, cobalt, uranium, and plutonium. The technique can be applied for the immediate decontamination of stockpiles of nuclear waste materials being held near nuclear power plants. The process is very simple, safe, and inexpensive to develop. Further advances into the robotic application for on-site treatment will offer no foreseen environmental effects and save countless humans from contamination. so here they are talking about neutralizing solid nuclear materials. it has been said directing a browns' gas torch at Cobalt-60 radiation was reduced 70%, when directed at Americium radiation was reduced by 96%.

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http://www.hho4free.com/browns_gas.htm


                                         
        Burning Water


The radioactive water can be neutralized by splitting H20, into  HHO - hydrogen and oxygen and burning the resulting gase.
    
One of the great problems at Fukushima is disposing of the radioactive water used to cool the enriched plutonium. Thousands of gallons sit in tanks surrounding the site. Nobody at Tepco seems to know what do with the contaminated water; much of it ends up in the Pacific Ocean either through leakage. 

The simplest technology that could be used to destroy the contaminated water is by electrolysis. That is by running a D.C. electrical current through stainless steel plates immersed in the water splits water creating HHO. When the gas burns, it implodes giving it unique properties that reduce pollution and radioactivity. In any case, the fact is, water can be burned and doesn’t need to be dumped into the Pacific Ocean.

So there would be two results of this electrolysis technique, one-the radioactive water is destroyed and two, the resultant gas can be used to neutralize the radioactive rods. It would only be a matter of engineering. One possibility is to put in an underground pipeline and siphon off the rad-water into a tank that was engineered, with stainless steel plates, for rad-water conversion into HHO. It could take place underground or maybe miles away from Fukushima. In either case, the HHO could be piped back to the site where robots would be used to aim the HHO torch at the nuclear rods. ( once they were lifted out of the site.)

So the question is why hasn't any nuclear technician anywhere in the world, done a very simple experiment with HHO to determine if this process can be used to eliminate the contaminated water at the Fukushima. It would take very little to effort to set up an experiment using rad-waste water similar to Fukushima and determine if can be converted to HHO.


        


A New Paradigm



The 'Serpent' is the most universal of all symbols in world mythology. It refers to the spiral or movement of Ether or Pranic energy which creates physical forms in the world. The ancient Sages personified the mechanism as the 'Serpent Power' or 'Kundalini', as it is responsible for the transformation of consciousness in the human domain. In the celestial domain, the creation of the planets was symbolized by the mundane egg, drawn with a serpent entwined around it, thus inferring the earth was created by a similar spiral movement.

The Austrian Forester Viktor Schauberger (@1940) was the first modern researcher to understand the life-giving properties of the vortex, particularly in energizing water. The vortex is also a spiral that moves inward. His research concluded that there are two major paths the five elements follow, the vortex and straight line. The vortex path forms matter and life, while the straight line destroys it. Explosions are outward bound, in a straight line causing heat and friction. The vortex is inward bound, frictionless and cool, building up physical forms. This idea can be seen in the time-lapse photography of a green plant that bursts out of the ground and spirals upward defying gravity. Too much heat or sun, (rays in a straight path), can destroy the same plant, just as too much sun can burn the skin.

Subatomic particles are known to move in a straight line and shoot right through people like x-rays. Everything about nuclear power is unnatural. One can never find highly refined uranium in nature, if this had occurred, after millions of years of evolution, there would have been countless accidental radioactive disasters. Uranium, radium and other precious materials found in the earth ores contain only small amounts of diluted radioactivity. No doubt, hidden behind all the arguments for nuclear energy is the need to refine uranium and use it for nuclear missiles. It is only man's hubris and arrogance that has caused the present crisis. Instead of working with nature they seek to dominate it, without any regard toward the children of the future.

The secret science behind Agnihotra and HHO is the spiral movement of the subtle aethers. Agnihotra is performed in an upside down copper pyramid, a geometric shape that causes a vortex to form in the fires that are performed. The fire creates a standing wave, a sound vibration which sucks in the air and subtle ether destroying pollution and radioactivity in the surrounding area. The word 'pyramid' actually means fire. (Pyra) in the middle (mid).

Besides all the theory, Brown's gas and HHO are a mix of gases that do not explode but implode toward the center. The gas implosion leaves very little residue and has many strange properties, the most important being the reduction of radioactivity. HHO technology has not been researched thoroughly, but in any case, there is no time to waste in testing the technology for use at Fukushima.

Written by Joseph Alexander  1/27/2016




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