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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corium_(nuclear_reactor)

Corium, also called fuel containing material (FCM) or lava-like fuel containing material (LFCM), is a lava-like material created in the core of a nuclear reactor during a meltdown accident.. It consists of a mixture of nuclear fuel, fission products, control rods, structural materials from the affected parts of the reactor, products of their chemical reaction with air, water and steam, and, in ...

rarehistoricalphotos.com/the-elephant-foot-of-the-chernobyl-disaster-1986

A monster was born in the Chernobyl disaster. Lurking in the depths of the reactor ruins, the monster is one of the most dangerous things in the world. In the immediate aftermath of the meltdown, spending 300 seconds in its presence would bring certain death. Even today, it radiates heat and death ...

nautil.us/blog/chernobyls-hot-mess-the-elephants-foot-is-still-lethal

Plans are underway to try make sure that by 2015, the Elephant’s Foot will be fully contained once again. 300 Seconds, 100 Years. Born of human error, continually generating copious heat, the Elephant’s Foot is still melting into the base of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.

www.thoughtco.com/corium-radioactive-waste-4046372

What researchers discovered was that the Elephant's Foot was not, as some had expected, the remnants of the nuclear fuel. Instead, it consisted of a mass of melted concrete, core shielding, and sand, all mixed together. The material was named 'corium' after the portion of the reactor which produced it.

www.thefreedictionary.com/elephant's-foot

elephant's-foot or elephant foot n (Plants) a monocotyledonous plant, Testudinaria elephantipes, of southern Africa, with a very large starchy tuberous stem, covered in corky scales: family Dioscoreaceae ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: Switch to new thesaurus Noun 1. elephant's-foot - South African vine having a massive rootstock covered ...

encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/elephant's+foot

elephant's-foot: see yam yam, common name for some members of the Dioscoreaceae, a family of tropical and subtropical climbing herbs or shrubs with starchy rhizomes often cultivated for food.

answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20121209134932AA4R5DE

The "Elephant's Foot" at the bottom of the "Chernobyl" Nuclear Plant. It's been called the Medusa because it's the closest thing to her. If you look at it you die instantly, it's some sort of big ball of radiation, the only pictures of it are taken through a mirror. I was wondering why would die just by looking at it?

answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090113103334AAhg701

Its feet are round and have a pad, almost like the one on a cat's paw, to support the leg.elephants have five toes on the front feet and three on the back.In walking, the legs act as pendulums, with the hips and shoulders rising and falling while the foot is planted on the ground.

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TAXIDERMY. A 19th.C.ELEPHANT'S FOOT MOUNTED WITH SATINWOOD LINED BOX WITH A LOCKING LID ON A. In Summer Selected Antiques & Art ( live sale) This auction is live! You need to be registered and approved to bid at this auction. Watch the auction as a guest. You have been outbid.

elephants-foot.bandcamp.com

Elephant's Foot. Halle (Saale), Germany. Guitar, Vocals: Thomas Steinert Bass: Martin Laun Drums: Fabian Witter