Author Archives: Agent Q

New Stuff at ATOMIC ELECTRICITY

    4 April 2011 – We have added new references on Molten Salt Reactor Pumps in the Selected MSR Sources Page. There are new posts in PLAN and ENERGY COST pages.  We’ve addressed the Anti-Proliferation WP in response to … Continue reading

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…That’s Why We’re Doing It.

Nuclear power after Japan disaster Dan Juneau, Columnist Published: Sunday, March 20, 2011 at 6:01 a.m. Last Modified: Saturday, March 19, 2011 at 9:11 p.m. The voices of doom are already predicting the end for energy derived from nuclear reactors … Continue reading

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Why Should The Nation Borrow Money For Bad Ideas?

“Pres. Obama laid out an ambitious goal — by 2035, America gets 80% of its electricity from clean energy sources.  Obama includes nuclear and emerging clean coal tech — and many environmentals don’t embrace them… Private investors chasing green investments … Continue reading

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This VC Is On To Something

“…Cleantech companies just can’t seem to get it right.  At least, that’s the notion Peter Thiel — a co-founder of PayPal and president of Clarium Capital — subscribes to when he looks at cleantech companies as potential investing opportunities. He made … Continue reading

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New Posts in Heat Sinks

If you go to our “Heat Sinks” page, there are two papers we’ve added on making hydrogen from water with LFTR waste heat.

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The Energy Challenge For The Developing World

It is one thing to compare a developing country in Africa with the sustained advantages of the “West”.  However, it is now necessary to look to the “East” at how terribly impoverished populations are escaping their economic torpor for prosperity: … Continue reading

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No Free Lunch In Wind

“…the California Air Resources Board adopted a requirement that the state obtain 1/3 of its electricity supplies from renewable energy resource by 2020…NJ’s Gov. Christie signed the Offshore Wind Development Act in Aug 10 that requires 1,100 megawatts of wind … Continue reading

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