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Check it … Government commitment to the future of nuclear energy has been strong. 2. The reactor is in Gabon. In 1972 in Oklo, Africa, a team of scientists found that the Uranium rich area was actually home to an advanced subterranean nuclear reactor. Maybe it's because the term reactor usually implies a manmade structure. Scientists from all over the world met in Gabon to explore this phenomenon. 2 billion-year-old African nuclear reactor proves that Mother Nature still has a few tricks up her sleeve. That takes us back to the origins of multicellularity.

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The U235 isotope capable of sustaining a nuclear reaction.

The reactor is 2 billion years old. Researchers have dubbed the Nuclear Reactor at Oklo a “natural Nuclear Reactor”, but the truth about it goes far beyond our normal understanding.

They discovered that the site where the uranium was found is a very technical underground nuclear reactor beyond the capabilities of our current scientific knowledge. Courtesy: IAEA Bulletin. Researchers claim that the ancient nuclear reactor is 1.8 billion years old and operated for 500,000 years in the past. Gabon is in Western Africa. In 1972, a worker at a nuclear fuel processing plant noticed something suspicious in a routine analysis of uranium obtained from a mineral source from Africa. Built by highly intelligent beings, a 1.8 billion years old nuclear reactor was found in Africa. South Africa has two nuclear reactors generating 5% of its electricity. An ancient nuclear reactor that was churning away 2 billion years ago sounds like a myth. Experts from several countries met in Gabon to find out what was happening at the Oklo mine and discovered that beneath the soil, there was a nuclear reactor that seemed to be natural. In 1972, a worker at a nuclear fuel processing plant noticed something suspicious in a routine analysis of uranium obtained from a mineral source from Africa.

Spent fuel is disposed of at Vaalputs Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility in the Northern Cape.. This futher proves that Africans were at some point a highly advaned nation. A typical nuclear reactor requires between 3 to 5 percent uranium-235, and a nuclear bomb requires a whopping 90 percent. In 1972 in Oklo, Africa, a team of scientists found that the Uranium rich area was actually home to an advanced subterranean nuclear reactor. The 2 Billion-Year-Old Nuclear Reactor Found in Gabon – Africa Published on January 9, 2020 February 27, 2020 in Alien / Earth / Science / UFO / Unexplained An engineer, from a nuclear fuel plant in France, analyzed a uranium sample from Oklo mine in Gabon and found, surprisingly, the U235 isotope, capable of sustaining a nuclear reaction. Scientists Discover A 2Billion Years Old Nuclear Reactor In Gabon Africa.

This futher proves that Africans were at some point a highly advaned nation. SciShow takes you to a uranium deposit in Africa where, eons ago, a unique set of conditions came together to form the world’s only known natural nuclear reactor.

A French engineer analyzed a sample of uranium form the Oklo mine in Gabon and found something surprising. It predates the Cambrian by 1.4 billion years. This nuclear reactor emerged 1,800 million years ago and was in operation for about 500,000 years.