December 31, 2020
The National Geospatial-Inte
(Aside - With Christopher Miller and Ezra Cohen-Watnick running DOD, I think the NGA is helping the good guys. Involvement in satellite monitoring, perhaps even targeting of Directed Energy Weapons ? Almost certainly.)
The NGA and U.S. Energy Dept. provided funding for the Antineutrino Global Mapping 2015 (AGM15). This effort is intended to enhance our ability to identify clandestine fission breeder reactors which could produce weapons grade Plutonium.
Antineutrinos are produced from nuclear fission and Inverse Beta Decay (IBD), a form of radioactive decay. Antineutrinos from nuclear fission range in energy from 3 to 10 MeV. Antineutrinos produced from decay have an energy level below fission.
Antineutrinos coming from within the planet are
also called geoneutrinos. The geoneutrino background must be screened
out in order to isolate antineutrinos coming from known nuclear
reactors around the globe. These measurements can also provide insights
to the existence of Dr. Herndonâ€™s proposed GeoReactor, especially if a
number of detectors were spaced out around the globe to get
Quoting from paper:
"Electron antineutrino measurements have allowed for the direct assessment of 7-29TW power from U and Th along with constraining a geo-reactor < 3.7 TW at the 95% confidence level.â€
In 2016, researchers at Borexino (Gran Sasso, Italy) published that their geoneutrino observations provided an power output from the GeoReactor at 4.2 TW at a 95 % Confidence level.
In 2001, Herndon and Hollenbach published that the GeoReactor power output ranged from 3 to 5 TW. The observations of AGM15 and Borexino fit nicely in that range.
On Monday morning, March 21, 2016, I placed a call to Dr. Stephen T. Dye at Hawaii-Pacific University. Dr. Dye was a co-author of the AGM15 paper. He is probably one of the worldâ€™s foremost experts in Neutrino Physics, an entire sub-branch of Nuclear Physics. He called back in the afternoon. I almost fell off my chair.
We spoke for 45 minutes to an hour about the GeoReactor. I begged him to publish more broadly. He was cautious about his work, stating that much more data collection was necessary. Dr. Herndon has also cautioned me that monitoring antineutrinos and properly assessing the data is pretty tricky stuff.
Dr. Dye encouraged me to publish. Me !?!? A stinkinâ€™ Bachelor of Chemical Engineering ?!?
After our call, I felt rather discouraged but then I realized that he
was correct in his caution. Moreover, I wonder how much of his work for
the NGA is covered by Confidentiality
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