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Independent Scientists Propose Use of CryoRain Technology to Mitigate Reactor Meltdowns in Japan
Scientists propose use of Nitrogen gas technology to cool leaking reactor containment vessels at Fukushima
Within 24 hours of the initial catastrophe the Tokyo Electric Power Company, known as Tepco, announced that the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station that provides as much as 30% of Japan’s electricity had experienced a loss of power and capability to continue cooling radioactive rods in the main reactor’s core.
Amid much secrecy and confusion officials at Tepco and the Japanese Government have been less than forthcoming in releasing facts about the gravity of the situation even though more nuclear power stations along the coastline of Japan continue to fail placing survivors and inhabitants of the Pacific in grave danger of exposure to radioactive poisoning.
On March 12, Tepco announced that it planned to start pouring a mixture of boric acid into the Fukushima Daiichi power plant Unit 1 reactor’s partially melted core. On Sunday TEPCO released air containing radioactive materials for more than 2 hours and injected water at the Unit 3 nuclear reactor container vessel to reduce pressure and temperature to save the reactor from a possible meltdown.
Concerns among the global scientific community that the attempt to use boric acid and release toxic fumes have sparked hundreds of complaints to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, particularly Americans living along California’s coastline, citing Japan’s apparent inability to contain the nuclear reactor cores and releasing potentially deadly gasses without disclosure to the world community.
A group of concerned scientists led by NASA Scholar/Scientist Dr. Joseph A. Resnick, Inventor of Stealth Radex Technology, includes Dr. Denyse DeBrucq, Inventor of the CryoRain Technology, Professor Ron Stewart, Inventor of the ORIE technology and GLO-Officer, Joy Mann-Simmons. The group has proposed deployment of Dr. DeBrucq’s technology called ‘CryoRain’
The researchers believe that the CryoRain technology offers Tepco and Mankind the most viable prospect for containing and mitigating effects of the disaster and that it can effectively stop the release of toxic gasses that must be released into the atmosphere as a result of using the boric acid mixture to cool the damaged reactor cores.
In a statement released today to the Fox News Network affiliate, WRWR Radio in Warner Robins, GA, Resnick said that he is in direct contact with the US NRC, AOP, NATO, the Japanese Embassy in Washington, D.C., and has engaged Congressman Jason Altmire (D-PA) in an effort to offer use of the CryoRain technology to Tepco, immediately. In the statement Dr. Resnick said, ‘The continued deterioration of the condition leading to the sustained meltdowns of Reactors 1, 2 and 3 could be managed through deployment of the CryoRain technology, and this could be done safely, without fear of any explosions or release of toxic gasses into the atmosphere. Further, reactor # 4 could be isolated and probably salvaged or at minimum be preserved in its present state until Tepco can devise. Without the oxygen, which is contained in the boric acid solution, there can be no explosions, no off-gassing, and no release of toxicity. The CryoRain technology which uses nitrogen gas to ‘fix’ oxygen and contaminants in place, is the best chance that Mankind has to deal with this particular situation, at this moment in time, with time being of the essence’.
The CryoRain technology, invented by Dr. DeBrucq, was published more than 8 years ago as US Patent # 7,631,506 and spawned the birth of a new industry known as ‘Thermistry’
Thermical events include atmospheric weather and all its ramifications, hot air
heating and air conditioning. All these deal with the 78% Nitrogen air mass, and,
until lightning occurs it avoids other sciences - even to include clouds and
tornados, hurricane systems, and hail storms.
Thermical techniques start cryogenically using Liquid Nitrogen rained through a
spaced-hole sieve descended in drops through warmer air causing the drops to
change phase and evaporate into pure Nitrogen gas. Nitrogen’s wrapped-tight molecule prefers to neighbor itself and in the evaporation process will force other air components out of the cloud of pure Nitrogen gas giving an inert gas cloud at cryogenic temperature. On evaporating the Liquid Nitrogen drops in a calm environment, one can see the size of the pure gas cloud because its rim is clouded with condensed water vapor and a burning match placed in the clear air will no longer burn.
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