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2-BILLION-year-old ‘nuclear reactor’ discovered in the Gabon Republic in Africa

Is it possible that a modern-day uranium mine in Africa was actually a nuclear facility created by some advanced, prehistoric civilization? While some scientists insist the site is “naturally occurring,” there are other credible sources who challenge that narrative. Forty-five years ago, a mining company from France imported uranium ore from Oklo in the Gabon Republic. However, there was a problem with the ore—a big problem: The uranium content from the ore had somehow already been extracted. When it should have contained 0.7 percent uranium-235, the ore only had 0.3…

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Researchers Discover A 2 Billion Year Old Nuclear Reactor In Africa

In 1972, a worker at a nuclear fuel processing plant noticed something suspicious in a routine analysis of uranium obtained from a normal mineral source from Africa. As is the case with all natural uranium, the material under study contained three isotopos- ie three forms with different atomic masses: uranium 238, the most abundant variety; uranium 234, the rarest and uranium 235, the isotope that is coveted because it can sustain a nuclear chain reaction. Via UsualRoutine Elsewhere in the earth’s crust, on the moon and even in meteorites, we…

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