BARC is considering AAP as a replacement to U235 because of high fission rate of AAP.
We wanted to get more details about this so our correspondent Kekdekar spoke to Proton Rao who is the chief scientist at BARC.
Kekdekar : Sir , Do you really think that AAP can replace U235 in our nuclear reactors?
Proton Rao : Certainly, There is a great potential in this radioactive party AAP. The fission rate is the highest till now that we have seen in any other party. There are a few experiments that our scientists are working on and the results have been very promising.
Kekdekar : Can you explain the reasons for this high fission rate?
Proton Rao : The (Dictator) Nucleus of this party has very high charge which makes the Dhokebaaz neutrons volatile. They come out their shells and crash into other imandar positrons. See, that’s the cycle that creates the fission. At times, this becomes uncontrollable. This is a major obstacle that we need to over come.
Kekdekar : How much time will it take before we start using AAP in our nuclear reactors ?
Proton Rao : It is going to take some time. We have found chamcha electrons that stick around Nucleus and control energy of dhokebaaz neutrons. We are working to increase the count of these chamcha electrons. Once we master this process, there is no stopping us.
Kekdekar : Thank you Mr. Proton Rao for spending your valuable time with us and we wish you all the best.
Government of India is very happy with these new developments. They are linking this with the success of Make In India. Prime minister has already planned trips to 23 countries where he is planning to sell the AAP nuclear reactors. Hopefully, People of India will benefit from all the experiments that are being conducted at their expense.