Nuclear Safety Device


Is My Nuclear Safety Device Installed At Your Local Nuclear Power Station?



When the nuclear accident at Chernobyl in 1986 happened Mikhail Gorbachev made an international appeal for ideas to minimize the amount of radiation that was being released by the crippled nuclear power station. I came up with an idea that got used.

My invention was a sprinkler system filled with heavy water, which was in turn linked to a Geiger counter. Thus, when the radiation level got too high, the sprinkler system would come on and the heavy water would dampen down the radiation.

In spite of my contacting my Member of Parliament as to whether or not my invention was being used in UK nuclear power stations, she was not able to tell me because it was an official secret. I am most concerned as to whether my safety device is being used routinely in the world's nuclear power plants. After having to answer an international call for help again, this time from Japan in 2011 over the Fukushima nuclear power station, the answer is probably not. For my invention not to be used in all nuclear power stations within 25 years of the Chernobyl disaster is criminal, and with people like this in charge we are going to have to convert nuclear power stations to clean energy, Buxton Geothermal Turbine Generators are the answer.


If you are interested in lobbying your local nuclear power station over the matter, I would also like to point out that, at this time, I have not yet been paid for my invention!