Supernovas, supervolcanos… nuclear reactors. An unpredictable wide-scale destruction of nuclear power plants from relativistic neutrons

Abstract : Recent astrophysical discoveries, including actinid-rich stars and protostars close to a black hole, as well as geophysical research (for instance the proximity of zirconium and barytine mines, stable decay products of major fission products, to volcanic areas), allow to confirm, rearrange and expand the hypothesis first developed by J M Herndon in the 1990s by adaptating it fully to star cores and linking it to volcanism. I offer a contradiction of the R-process and of the chondritic model for the Earth s composition: I claim that U and Th chains are not synthetized in supernovas, but at the origin of stars and planetary cores, offer a link between nuclear fission and fusion through ternary fission processes, claim that supernovaes are the main factor for super volcanic eruptions (explaining volcano clusters) and suggest that neutrons expelled by supernovas, accelerated by the disappearance of attraction forces, constitute accelerated matter explaining gravitational waves. These neutrons are obviously able to destroy as well nuclear plants on a large perimeter.
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Florent Pirot. Supernovas, supervolcanos… nuclear reactors. An unpredictable wide-scale destruction of nuclear power plants from relativistic neutrons. 2018. ⟨hal-01699566⟩

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