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A 31-year old Swede was arrested after ahothorities discovered he was preparing to build a nuclear reactor in his apartment’s kitchen; he already had some radioactive material — ordered from overseas — and material acquired by taking apart a domestic fire alarm; he was discovered when he called the Swedish Radiation Authority to inquire whether it was legal to construct a nuclear reactor at home

Swedish police have arrested a 31-year-old man in Ängelholm, a coastal town in western Sweden, after he sought advice from Swedish government agencies on the legality of building a nuclear reactor in his kitchen.

The man began his experiment with the idea six months ago, and apparently has not kept secret his plans to construct a nuclear reactor in his apartment. He even kept a running blog of his nuclear adventure.

Source: Homeland Security Newswire

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