UK Transports 700 Kg of Highly Enriched URANIUM to US | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

UK Transports 700 Kg of Highly Enriched URANIUM to US

For years, Dounreay in Scotland, where the UK’s former centre of nuclear fast reactor research and development was located, received nuclear material from abroad for reprocessing. However, London has been flying its stocks across the Atlantic since 2016, when the Nuclear Security Summit took place in Washington, DC.

It has been announced that the UK’s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and the US Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) have completed a project designed to transfer around 700 kg of highly enriched uranium (HEU) from northern Scotland to the US for reprocessing.

The batches of radioactive material from the Dounreay site were transported to Wick John O'Groats Airport and sent to the US with Boeing C-17 military transport jets, the BBC reports. The shipments of highly enriched uranium have been delivered to the US since 2016 as part of London’s commitment to the Nuclear Security Summit that took place in Washington that year.

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z00mcopterdown

that's the main reason fukushima went so wrong.

these vassal states to USrael are all forced to use Uranium Cycle reactors, so that they can provide USrael with an unlimited supply of Zio-Bombz material.

They all use variants of the old SW1 (Westinghouse Submarine Mark 1) milking cow reactors.

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