Wow, this is great! Next stop Fukishima?

As they committed to doing last April, on the occasion of the 35th commemoration of the Chernobyl accident, the Swiss-based company Exlterra has reported spectacular results after one year of decontamination on a 2.5 acre plot of land (1 hectare), located in the radioactive…

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See also Innovative Technology Has The Ability To Naturally Neutralize Radioactivity Around Chernobyl By 47 Percent

It works by leveraging in particular high velocity particles, also known as positrons, to target this naturally occurring force towards radioactive isotopes that are found in the soil. This then breaks the bonds holding these isotopes together. The best part is that this happens safely because it is done under the surface of the soil.

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