Nov 8, 2010

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Woolaston Grange Crop Circle

CCRF ANALYSIS OF WOOLASTON GRANGE CROP CIRCLE, DISCOVERED JULY 18, 2010

Woolastan Grange Crop Circle

Woolaston Grange Crop Circle
Discovered July 18, 2010

(Photo Credit to Olivier Morel)

Schematic Atomic Structure of Uranium-238

Schematic Atomic Structure of Uranium-238

Schematic of Atomic Structure of 238Uranium

1. The Woolaston Grange Crop Circle (WGCC) design, discovered July 18, 2010, depicts the two most important solid fuel components of a modern thermonuclear warhead, those being 235Uranium and 6Lithium deuteride. The two larger sets of concentric circles included in the WGCC design represent 235Uranium, an isotope of Uranium similar to 238Uranium depicted in the schematic above, with an identical atomic structure minus 3 neutrons in the atomic nucleus of 235Uranium. The atomic structure of 235Uranium exhibits 6 filled electron shells (the 6 concentric circles) and two valence electrons.

2. The WGCC design clearly depicts the “splitting” of an atom of 235Uranium. The fission of an atom of 235Uranium results in the production of two free neutrons. The two “grapeshot circles”, in addition to representing the two valence electrons of 235Uranium, also represent the two neutrons which are produced in the fission of 235Uranium which is described by:
235U + n = 95Sr + 139Xe + 2n + 180 MeV
The two neutrons (2n) and energy (180MeV) produced through the fission of a 235Uranium atom are the products of interest because these are then utilized to energize the second stage in the detonation of a modern thermonuclear warhead.

3. The two smaller sets of partial concentric circles found in the WGCC depict the second stage in the detonation of a modern thermonuclear weapon. These two sets of partial concentric circles represent 6Lithium deuteride reacting with a neutron produced in the initial 235Uranium fission reaction. The configuration of the WGCC design suggests a chain reaction in the arrangement of its “elements”.

4. 6Lithium deuteride is the material utilized to produce the tritium (3T) required to produce the second, nuclear fusion stage, of a modern thermonuclear weapon. In the WGCC design, the single grapeshot represents the neutron that initiates the chain reaction with 6Lithium deuteride to produce tritium which then fuses with deuterium to produce helium, another free neutron, and 17.6 MeV of (destructive) energy.

Schematic Atomic Structure of Lithium-7

Schematic Atomic Structure of Lithium-7


Lithium-6 is an isotope of lithium-7 depicted above, having one fewer neutron in its nucleus but an otherwise identical atomic structure.

6Lithium deuteride is utilized to produce tritium through the bombardment of 6Lithium with neutrons produced in the first stage of 235Uranium fission. The reaction of 6Lithium deuteride with a neutron is described by:
6Li + n = 4He +3T (tritium) + 5 MeV.

5. That the WGCC design was placed by its creators at a location directly across the River Severn from the Oldbury nuclear power station may indicate a deliberate reference to nuclear energy being the theme of the WGCC formation. (This relationship had been previously pointed out by Julian Gibsone on the http://cropcircleconnector.com website).

6. Although the WGCC design was discovered on July 18, 2010, it may have been produced on July 16, 2010. July 16 would coincide with the date of our civilization’s introduction to the “Atomic Age”, when the first detonation of an atomic weapon occurred at Trinity Site of the White Sands Missile Range in central New Mexico, July 16, 1945.

7. On August 6, 1945, the city of Hiroshima, Japan was leveled when the United States dropped the atomic bomb “Little Boy” on the city, claiming 90,000 -140,000 lives. ”Little Boy” carried a yield of 13 -18 kilotons of TNT. Compare the destructive power of the relatively primitive “Little Boy” atomic bomb with the yield of a modern B83 U.S. thermonuclear warhead at approximately 1200 kilotons of TNT, and one realizes what a serious threat modern thermonuclear weapons represent to our civilization.

8. CCRF concludes that the Woolaston Grange Crop Circle design suggests itself to be yet another reminder from the “Circle Makers” regarding the danger that thermonuclear weapons represent to our civilization. We believe that mankind should heed these warnings.

Richard O’Connor, MD
Executive Director, CCRF Inc.

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