Another gravitational wave downing a Russian military satellite : Cosmos 2521 had a nuclear reactor – and a few other nuclear accidents (Berkeley, Afghan MoD)

Cosmos 2521, a small military satellite of the Russian Federation, had a nuclear reactor.

It has recently disappeared due to a gravitational wave (relativistic neutrons, see earlier posts on my website, 1, 2, 3, 4….), obviously on September 10 : these relativistic neutrons can trigger supercriticities in nuclear reactors. Fast neutron reactors are obviously the most exposed.

Cosmos 2521 is a military satellite. A small one with certainly a miniature lead-bismuth fast reactor. One option for the weapon system onboard the satellite is actually use of streams of lead-bismuth (with a “gun” firing the molten metal) : putting the core under pressure, by using pistons to increase the rate of fission in the core, and at the same time opening a valve directs the overheated fluid outside, using a small nozzle, and in the vacuum it can travel far, fast, it’s heavy and will damage objects.  Plus, fast-neutron reactors are small and can fit in a satellite.

The information is reported by TASS.ru, reporting back on NORAD information indicating the satellite has “burned in the atmosphere”. There has been since then a revival in earthquakes around the Pacific, esp. in Java, and a Mag. 5,2 in the magma chamber bubbling below the Kenai peninsula, just across Anchorage. (It’s gonna erupt, one day)

13 сен, 11:14

В США сообщили, что Россия потеряла военный спутник-инспектор

По данным NORAD, “Космос-2521” сгорел в атмосфере
Also, an obvious signal of a small covered-up nuclear accident in a teaching laboratory, in Berkeley:

An explosion in UC Berkeley’s chemical department lab that prompted a stay-away warning from police turned out to be a minor incident, campus officials said Tuesday.

A glass chamber became over-pressurized and exploded, injuring a student working with nitrogen in Hildebrand Hall, spokesman Dan Mogulof said. https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/An-explosion-in-UC-Berkeley-s-chemical-14429699.php#photo-18241993

We are in the same perimeter (Pacific side where we have the increase in earthquake activity) – happened at 3:30 PM San Francisco time, on Tuesday 10/09. Nitrogen-cooled nuclear reactor in a glass chamber, means that if there is a supercriticity there is a rupture in the glass, the heated nitrogen gas comes out and the pressure goes down, the thing becomes immediately subcritical again, so it can be a very limited accident. You have to teach students to work on nuclear reactors while keeping it perhaps a bit confidential to protect the nuclear materials… Some other US universities acknowledge they have nuclear reactors for teaching purposes. A nuclear reactor for radiochemistry – isotopic activation. A nitrogen-cooled reactor has relatively fast neutrons that allow rapid isotopic activation.

In the Afghan MoD a small nuclear reactor was obviously set up for plutonium production. It also exploded pretty much at that time. A “rocket” was in the headlines but the testimony only mentions a blast. The light next to the plume (below) is clearly a small nuclear reactor burning in open air. We actually see two clouds – the first explosion and next, two seconds after, the delayed neutrons triggering another.

Screenshot from 2019-09-28 23-15-02.png

It’s obvious that the delayed criticity comes soon in a plutogenic reactor ! So the two plumes are next to each other and we have the light source showing the position of the reactor explosion and fire.

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