[ RadSafe ] Shielding of DEVICES
JPreisig at aol.com
JPreisig at aol.com
Sat Jan 7 22:02:05 CST 2012
From: _jpreisig at aol.com_ (mailto:jpreisig at aol.com)
Neutron Interrogation??? Pretty cool, huh???? Is that where the
Wicked witch questions Toto
under the bright lights, and tries to make him give up the
whereabouts of the Ruby Slippers???
Of course not. Thanks for the information.
A google search on neutron AND interrogation will supply you all
with information about
neutron interrogation. You all can read it yourself.
So, one sends neutrons into a potential DEVICE --- hope this is done
correctly, lest the device will
be set off (not likely unless all conditions are correct for bomb
triggering) and look for neutrons
returning from fissions. I guess one could do such neutron interrogation
using an n,gamma
reaction also. Pretty cool.
Maglich (Calsec, 2011) (do search on google???) is still on the loose.
This time he is involved with
the Thorium/U233 fuel cycle. Clearly, one can breed/create U233 by
putting Thorium in/near
a conventional reactor core. Maglich wants to use neutrons from (D,D) or
(D,T) reactions, created
using a migma (a mixture) to breed/create U233 from Thorium without having
around. A clean Thorium/U233/Migma fuel cycle, as it were!!! It's pretty
cool. Still, if migma can
work well in such a breeding process, then maybe it can work all by
itself, and just make fusion
energy all on its own. See also my warm fusion posts, previously sent to
Maglich says he can prove proof of concept, or whatever in 18 months or so,
funding conditions. Go for it, Dr. Maglich. The Saudi's and Aleusuisse
already own a piece of the
Migma action, as they funded Maglich back in the 1970's. Wonder how much
US Navy etc. has given Maglich over the years...
Maglich is pretty much a scientific shark, with pretty fair
intellect. The rest of us are probably more
like freshwater trout, ready to be feasted upon???
I see on TV some Japanese fellow is making 3D images of volcanoes
using muon imaging.
You all have a good weekend!!!!
Regards, Joseph R. (Joe) Preisig, PhD
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