posted on Nov, 14 2013 @ 08:33 PM
They have discovered The tool that cleans radioactive water.
[...] "The solution used contained a high concentration of Caesium-137
Firstly, its been known since forever that distilling water is good at removing radioactive contaminants from water. Its one of your basic ideas in
your decontamination toolkit. Probably most "preppers" know that already.
What those Italians have done is not so much invent or discover a new idea, but it seems they've taken an old idea and made a better one. A better
distiller that the other ones.
But even then, distillation doesnt solve all the problems. Although the Italians were clever enough to cheat and use Caesium, which distills out
nicely, several other radioactive contaminants are not removed using distillation.
Tritium is the perfect example. Tritium is a radioactive isotope of Hydrogen. Hydrogen as in water Hydrogen. It doesnt distill out at all.