Unknown Bacteria Seems To Like Nuclear Fuel Rods…

Posted on September 9, 2012 by rockingjude

A mysterious, cobweblike growth with a fondness for Savannah River Site’s spent nuclear fuel has been identified – but not formally named.

The “white, stringlike” substance was first observed in October among old fuel assemblies

“We were able to identify a large portion of the bacteria making up the cobwebs, but there were certainly some where the DNA sequencing came back as unknown,” [Christopher Berry, the senior technical adviser of the Savannah River National Labortory (sic)] said.

http://enenews.com/senior-adviser-mystery-bacteria-growing-on-nuclear-fuel-rods-has-unknown-dna-sequence-right-now-we-are-trying-to-figure-out-what-these-bacteria-are-using-for-food

Although rare, bacterial colonies have been observed in a few nuclear environments, including a Canadian reactor and at Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania, where a growth developed in the site’s spent fuel basin after its 1979 accident.

Gamma-ray photons seen emanating from the center of the Milky Way galaxy are consistent with the intriguing possibility that dark-matter particles are annihilating each other in space, according to research submitted by UC Irvine astrophysicists to the American Physical”

Does it tie in with this, I have no idea?

http://www.projectworldawareness.com/2010/10/terrifying-scientific-discovery-strange-emissions-by-sun-are-suddenly-mutating-matter/

http://newearthdaily.com/breaking-news-new-discovery-affirms-unknown-source-of-charged-particles-from-center-of-milky-way/

Meanwhile a college football game was called at halftime in Florida today due to massive lightning strikes. The coach says it was a first in his career.

http://dublinsmick.wordpress.com/2012/06/12/arc-lightning-causing-massive-explosions-earthquakes-and-destruction-worldwide/

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