Mother Afre Kh Takes Nuclear Physicists To School

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“Two billion years ago, parts of an African uranium deposit spontaneously underwent nuclear fission” say Nuclear Scientists explaining the discovery of what has been described as a natural nuclear reactor in Africa. The ancient nuclear reactor is huge, spanning several kilometers and features unprecedented waste containment mechanisms that moderated what should have been a devastating environmental impact. No modern-day reactor can stand up in design nor functionality to this ‘holy grail’ facility, which if it had been discovered in Europe or even North Africa, would have been quickly attributed to the genius of the populations that lived in the area in Precambrian times. The subject of many scientific studies and conferences of the International Atomic Energy Agency, this ancient nuclear plant is now dated as being no less than 1.8 billion years old and is said to have operated for at least 500,000 years in the distant past through no known human intervention. Unable to agree on the cause of this phenomenon, Scientists are towing the path of the proponents of the spontaneous creation or big bang theory, claiming that the  advanced subterranean nuclear reactor discovered by French Scientists in Oklo Gabon in Central Africa, which surpasses all known capabilities of present scientific knowledge happened quite by accident. How plausible is this?

The world was alerted to this phenomenon in 1972, after French Scientists observed an anomaly in the uranium deposits sent for routine laboratory analysis from the mines in an area in the Central Africa country of Gabon where the French extracted uranium for over 40 years. It was discovered that the uranium samples had lost a significant proportion of critical isotopes in comparison to the other samples found in the surrounding mines. This discrepancy, which could not be accounted for by a natural decaying process required explanation in order to ensure that uranium from the mine had not been diverted for illicit weapons development efforts. Investigations launched by the French Atomic Energy Agency (Commissariat à l'énergie atomique - CEA) indicated that the loss was widespread (involving at least 200 kilometers of uranium deposits) and displayed characteristics similar to those which occur in a nuclear reactor. This discovery stumped Scientists the world over because the building of a nuclear reactor involves a high degree of precise engineering and microscopic attention to details by physicists.  Such knowledge and attention to details were not consistent with what is known of the Paleolithic populations that lived in this region of central Africa.  No such feats could be attributed to homo habilis or  homo erectus (the so-called pre-human populations that are believed to have inhabited Africa at this time), without upsetting the entire spectrum of the scientific paradigm regarding the evolution of intelligent life. There therefore had to be another explanation!

Last Updated on Sunday, 22 May 2016 22:14
Written by Samira Ibnul-Hassan

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