eros Intermediate

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  • eros

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    One friend helped and give XFR scanner readings from such dish. Uranium 0.24% and high arsene content ~2.4% rest as normal glass.
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    (Quote from can)

    I have no other (good/current physics etc) explanation for my observations as muon flux from reactor. Muon energy levels is posible to adjust. And when it is "low" it do things I explained in thread start. In most experiment and nature…
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    (Quote from can)


    I have feeling that usually muons energy is quite high so they are almost invisible / undetectable. Only rare conditions they energy is dropped so they come more easilly detectable / thin lead can stop them. And muons come for brusts…
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    (Quote from axil)


    Why not muons can't explain long range fission/transmutations? I have seen radiation increase from thick iron from ~5m reactor. For me it looks like muons stop beta radiation.
    Water moderation is for neutrons from lead. It affect muons…
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    I don't have scintilator to get spectrum, only some geigers. Taking lead cover away drop counts. So it seems neutrons come from lead.

    Tweaking parameters give 320c/min to dish plate sbm20 from another reactor. Lead can be dangerous "shielding"…
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    I don't have gold. Is there table for lead?

    What positive muons produce, only betas?
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    well axil, muons seems react double rate at U235 vs U238
    https://www.researchgate.net/p…_fission_in_235U_and_238U

    also muons don't stop to 11cm water. Muons may be present. They may do funky things in 1cm lead if are near thermal - neutrons may come…
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    Hello I found that uranium glass plate near reactor had increased activity and started to inspect it more closely.

    I used SBM-20 geiger tube (tested also sbm-19 but counts up 26000/min, and not sure how well counter can handle so high readings),…