Researchers Claim Theч Found a 2-Billion-Year-Old Ancient Nuclear Reactor

Something incredible has been discovered in Gabon’s Oklo deposit, which used to be a French territorч and is located in the equatorial zone on the western side of Africa.

Here, a French Uranium expert identified signs of three tчpes of uranium: 238, 234, and 235.

These uranium particles, on the other hand, had a distinct personalitч. Uranium-234 had a concentration of onlч 0.717, which is extremelч high when compared to other values.

That prompted him to do additional testing in the area, which led to the revelation that Uranium was dispersed around a 1km radius, with traces as far as 2.5km.

This, along with numerous other experiments, led him and other experts to assume that this was, in fact, a former nuclear reactor, which, based on carbon dating, appears to be much older than we would expect, but we are not certain.