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noun 
  1. A geologically occurring slow fission reactor, especially in the Earth's past.
    • 2005 February 4, Jessa Forte Netting, "Nature's Nuclear Reactor", Discover Magazine
    • : Physicists analyzing a tiny sample of this ancient "discovered in the African country of Gabon in 1972"have now determined how it worked.
      1. Any man-made industrial structure built into the Earth's crust and operating on the principle of nuclear fission.
      2. The theorized natural fission reactor at the center of the Earth which would account for the geomagnetic field.
Etymology: From the prefix geo- meaning "Earth", and reactor, a term in nuclear physics


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