The Intel Hub
January 28, 2012
Evidence from the Fukushima Diachi disaster yields results that show a ”natural weaponization” of nanno particles related to the inncodent, signifying the potential for a previously planned event.
A report from the PNAS entitled Uranyl peroxide enhanced nuclear fuel corrosion in seawater reads;
The Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear accident brought together compromised irradiated fuel and large amounts of seawater in a high radiation field. Based on newly acquired thermochemical data for a series of uranyl peroxide compounds containing charge-balancing alkali cations, here we show that nanoscale cage clusters containing as many as 60 uranyl ions, bonded through peroxide and hydroxide bridges, are likely to form in solution or as precipitates under such conditions. These species will enhance the corrosion of the damaged fuel and, being thermodynamically stable and kinetically persistent in the absence of peroxide, they can potentially transport uranium over long distances.
This suggests that the uranium nano particles have been engineered by design or (thought out) to traverse long distances and effect certain parts of the body effectively due to the continual application of sea water into the reactors at the Fukushima Diachi nuclear power plant in Japan.