4 thoughts on “Israeli Nuclear Scientists Develop Micro-Copter to Detect Radioactivity at Nuclear Sites – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. ” It would be in their interest to make stories like this better known to the public. ”

    Great idea. Maybe miniaturized, flying Geiger counters will help to convince Iran not to cheat.

    1. @ Mitchell Blood: As I wrote, Israel could find far better use in monitoring the extensive poisonous radiation leaks from its own reactor, which killed scores of Israeli workers. As for cheating, Israel has done that far better than Iran by refusing to sign the NPT and building 200 nukes, while Iran has none.

  2. Of course there is a good chance that there will be radioactive leaks at Natanz because the centrifuge-enrichment plant is not completely shut down. The centrifuges use UF6, a gas which forms HF and UO3 when it gets in contact with water of the atmosphere.

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