Uranium nuclear fission plants have a triple core melt down every 25 years. Since 3 mile island, the USD has ridden its luck.
There have been incidents in Windscale, the US, Chernobyl, and Fukishima. The UIS has 200 plants. Each operating PCW nuclear reactor requires insurance of 100 billion.
They are commercial concerns – and yet the US pays for their insurance, and waits to die. And death is coming their way. See https://www.nrc.gov/info-finder/reactors/
The next incident will be at
My money would be on Hope Creek. Just the name. Engineers design each plant to wear out after 25 years, and each time the reactor core is replaced, we need a new licensing law meeting.
In the UK, this meeting is an open and shut case: 'Does the nuclear plant have the required insurance?' goes the question. 'No. No insurance above 1 billion is available' – 1% of the required figure.
So the UK government is carrying the insurance for the Chinese owned plants. Only Sizewell B is operating within its planning: the other 19 plants should be issued with immediate stop orders. Thanks to prince Charles for his email on this subject.
Hinkley's planning ran out in 1990 – and without the full Royal Commission, is operating illegally. The British Council noted trying to extend planning on the most toxic plant on Earth is 'legally unsafe'
And they cover foreign owned plants. But as Sizewell does not have the required planning, it is running outside of planning – illegally: even the Queen obeys planning.
A 1mx2cm steam plasma tube at 4 atmospheres runs at 8.6MW – if it was not sat in water, it would melt. As will steam engine fire tubes – than ran at 3,000oC – after leaving he boiler at 1,800oC.
The turbulence in the boiler fire tubes, did Molecular Nuclear Fusion. And the bath of water stopped the tube melting.
1 H2O+TU ->E2+L+X-ray
So a steam engine gives off X-rays as it runs – and does Molecular Nuclear Fusion. So does the cylinder in a diesel engine.
To double the energy release from a diesel boiler, titanium plate the boiler fire plate, or cylinder body.
Then it will produce power at 4p per kW hour. If nuclear paid its insurance, it would cost 28p per kW hour.
A seam plasma tube requires no impossibly high insurance, and a 50x1cm steam plasma tube at 4 atmospheres will generate a constant 1.2 MW, from 7x10-19cc of regular water a year. Requiring a pulse of 2,000V to start off – then being self-supporting.
So a nuclear plant could use 1 steam plasma tube to replace 8 hyper toxic uranium fission tube. It does H fission – the clean, safe and free energy system.
The Nazis produced a working H bomb at Fankfurt. Read http://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/7-nuclear-test-sites-you-can-visit-today
The Allies were saved, as all the German scientists were vaporised. Take a Geiger counter to Fankfurt. This was Hitler's 'Secret weapon'. All the nuclear scientists had gone to the US.
So a nuclear power plant is a static nuclear bomb. And as they try and rack out more power, and explosion is getting more likely. If you live within 100km of Hope Street – move, Also from any US nuclear plant.
H fission is 8 times more energetic than hyper-toxic U fission.