FLASHBACK - Thorium Nuclear Fuel Testing Continues At Norway’s Halden Reactor | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


FLASHBACK - Thorium Nuclear Fuel Testing Continues At Norway’s Halden Reactor

The second test round of a five-year thorium based nuclear fuel irradiation project has begun at Norway’s Halden research rector, southeast of Oslo, the International Thorium Energy Organisation (ITheO) said. The second phase of the project will verify test results from the first round, carried out in 2013, and is “a further step” towards the eventual commercial use of thorium as a supplement fuel in conventional nuclear reactors, a statement said. The second phase is expected to produce unique data that shows how the fuel ceramic behaves during long periods of operation in a reactor core under various conditions, ITheO said.

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This is the reactor that has developed a "problem" and is leaking radiation across Europe, which was initially blamed on a Russian nuclear weapons test by the corporate media.

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