• SEVERAL LOCATIONS HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED WHERE NATURALLY OCCURING RADIOISOTOPES HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED AND CRITICALLY ANALYSED
  • THESE NATURAL REPOSITORIES HAVE SHOWN NO NEGATIVE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES OVER GEOLOGIC TIME

 


OKLO – GABON, WEST AFRICA

There is strong geochemical evidence that the Oklo uranium deposit behaved as a natural nuclear fission reactor in Precambrian times: Geologists found that it had been in a reactor before -- two billion years ago.

The radioactive elements did not migrate out of the local area.

MORRO DO FERRO –

BRAZIL

30,000 TONS THORIUM

100,000 TONS OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS

NO MEASURABLE MIGRATION OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL AWAY FROM SITE

KOONGARRA –

AUSTRALIA

MAJOR URANIUN ORE DEPOSIT WITH GROUNDWATER
FLOWING THROUGH
THE DEPOSITS

NO MEASURABLE
MIGRATION OF
RADIOACTIVE
MATERIAL AWAY
FROM SITE