The use of radioactive fuel and nuclear weapons is not an achievement of modern civilization.
In 1972 on the site of the Oklo mine in Africa, scientists have found a nuclear burial ground, which was about 1.8 billion years.
The anomalous object became the subject of numerous controversies and assumptions of experts about its origin.
After the discovery of the mine in Africa, an international group of scientists has determined that the ore that it contains, is approximately 0.003% less uranium-235 than any other ore on the planet. This anomaly has caused many questions among experts, because this object is about 1.8 billion years ago, when civilization did not exist, and the difference in the content of the item was more than substantial. Three years later, in Libreville (Gabon) hosted an international conference at which experts came to a consensus that this object is the first in the history of the Earth’s natural nuclear reactor, which appeared 1.8 billion years ago and for five centuries they have exhausted their resources, leaving this lean ore.
However, currently, scientists argue that this theory is erroneous, because a nuclear reactor can not exist by itself, without anyone’s control. In addition, the researchers conducted excavations in the mine and found that it could be a nuclear waste burial ground. However, it still remains unknown who created it and from which place brought these radioactive wastes. These questions try to find answers, scientists and archaeologists.
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