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It's not the same *mix* because it contains the same ingredients but in different proportions.
It *eludes* you, apparently.
Yes, you did. If it didn't happen spontaneously, how would it happen at all?
Why would it have to be large mbuttes? Why would it have to be uncontrolled?
Hint: they can't use the method you suggest for *hydrocarbons* with vastly different molecular mbuttes.
Of course I knew hot gases can condense, Edwin. Don't be truly asinine.
I knew all this stuff in general before my first post.
Who said I've done all the fact checking today? I've known about this stuff for *years*.
Please provide the proof.
Actually, it might. But that doesn't mean the same applies to isotopes of uranium which are much closer in atomic mbutt.
Now you're just making stuff up. You can't provide an explanation of what you mean in that sentence with or without references. I dare you.
Then the physical model of the universe as we know it is utterly wrong.
Explain it to us, Edwin!
I can tell you don't know what you're talking about. I can't help that you think it arrogant to say so.
Al Gore Gets Global Warming Science Right According To Experts 191
Nope. That was your inference. As I already knew that the ingredients were the same, I wouldn't imply otherwise. And...
Nope. The physics doesn't work that way. There have to be enough U-235 atoms close enough together so that the fission of one leads to the fission of enough others. If there are too many other atoms in the way, then they won't go critical. As you claimed to have understood, its a matter of suffcient *density*.
You claimed at first that reactors could explode like atomic plants, and then you said you knew it was wrong. Make up your mind.
Sorry. Known it for years. I got interested in it when I first heard about the safety advantages of the CANDU (heavy water) reactor over the light water reactors typically used in the United States. In addition to not being able to explode, CANDU's claim to fame is that it can't melt down either. And since it was designed in Canada, I read up about it years ago and learned more than a few things about the realities of nuclear fission power.
Nuclear fuel *isn't* mostly U-238?
The Google articles were provided because I knew you wouldn't take my word for it. I knew I'd find them out there because I already knew I was right.
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