This reactor is quite clearly designed for weapons and not energy. It does not take a great deal of knowledge to recognize that. Reactors for power and reactors for weapons are very different things. There is nothing about this site that would indicate it was intended for power purposes. If it was to be a power plant, where are the transformers? Where are the turbines? Where are the heat exchangers? Why would they chose a location so remote from population centers where electricity is actually needed?
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