“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
If you go to our “Heat Sinks” page, there are two papers we’ve added on making hydrogen from water with LFTR waste heat.
This letter sent this past November to Der Spiegel is worth a look… Jess Smee / Der Spiegel / Brandstwiete 19, D-20457 / Hamburg, Germany November 11, 2010 Dear Herr Smee, The online edition of der Spiegel dated November 8 … Continue reading
With only a limited supply of Uranium inside China, the described advantage only delivers 950 years, not 3000 years…Probably Not Just Uranium Still, LFTR has superior advantages over the discussed dual breeder design: Higher Energy Density, Simplicity, Lower Cost Safety, … Continue reading
Arguing Proliferation in the AMERICAN SCIENTIST…
It must be able to feed itself from plentiful fuels of the earth. It must be able to deliver inexpensive energy that all can afford to use in their pursuit of prosperity. It must create energy without generating excessive waste. … Continue reading
South Africa has some always-interesting columnists that provoke thought for a living. One of these is surely Mr. David Gleason who, among other things, writes “TORQUE” for NewsTime once a week. His current column, “If it isn’t yours…help yourself” points … Continue reading