Eine neuentdecktes, m-i-l-l-i-o-n-e-n-jahresicheres Endlager für Atommüll:
Heute nacht veröffentlicht auf www.brc.gov
I keep on thinking about the best way how to drill a 20 kilometer deep hole….
….into hot liquid magma. Down to the Moho. This was never tried before.
Some easy observations first:
1. Today I worked in my garden and took a ceramic vase which was there for many years in sun and rain.
It broke in parts – just touching it.
2. A few days ago I was surprised to see that a 3 mm thick piece of steel has hold the weight pressure of my terrace roof. ………..but only for a few years.
3. A week ago I have received from China a 220 grams heavy piece of tungsten, melting point 3400 C. I dont think that this piece here in my hand can withstand/resist a pressure of about 6000 bars in 20 km depth.
Now I return to the first of my about 40 EMails about my project published here:
https://brc.gov/comments_March10.html (NEW WEBSITE ! CLICK www.brc.gov click LIBRARY click COMMENTS)
03/24/2010 Rainer Schottlaender [email@example.com]
Urgent message for the Blue Ribbon Commission Meeting March 25/26, 2010 :
Granite and basalt of 100 Celsius has about the same stability as a stone with room temperatue.
If I drill a hole in a stone it keeps stable for thousands of years.
Switzerland has a lot of experience how to drill a big long tunnel.
I guess these people here, too:
The Institute for Geotechnical Engineering (IGT) at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology is structured according to our Organigram and consists of four research groups:
Prof. Sarah Springman
Prof. Georgios Anagnostou
Tunneling and Rock Engineering
Prof. Alexander Puzrin
Dr. Michael Plötze
Geo-Environmental Engineering and Clay
Tunnel walls – 1 km deep in the alpes – have to resist a pressure of about 300 bars.
Imagine a 20 km deep hole, 2 meter diameter:
What happenes if we just cool constantly, year by year,
the hot walls of this hole with steam ?
I take again a look into your WHAT WE HAVE HEARD REPORT:
— The use of deep boreholes to dispose of
waste packages has been raised by several
commenters as a promising option that
bears further investigation.
— Other disposal options that have been
brought to the Commission's attention
include the placement of wastes on
uninhabited or man-made islands, or in
Keep in mind:
My idea is NOT to dispose the waste in a deep borehole or in a magma chamber.
MY IDEA IS to reach the MoHo.
So that a barrel with nuclear waste can start to sink down under it´s own weight towards Earth's center.
Where it is safe for millions of years.
Copyright: Rainer Schottlaender, Dipl.-Phys.
Jastrower Weg 17, 12587 Berlin/Germany
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