OKLO, Africa (INTELLIHUB) — In 1972 a French factory, Pierrelatte uranium enrichment facility, was importing a rare uranium ore from an area of the Gabon Republic which experts say was home to a large-scale functioning nuclear reactor some 1.8 million years ago.
According to experts, the reactor is believed to have functioned for about 500,000 years in perpetuity and is likely man-made. A material found in the uranium ore from the area called U-234 is simply not a natural element. Not to mention the fact that a cyclic water pattern regulated the nuclear reactions, similar to a geyser.
This thing was intelligently constructed!
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