[Land-speed] Non LSR but w/implications
drmayf at mayfco.com
Thu Jan 31 14:58:19 MST 2008
Wes, you are just too funny! We wont even bury waste in Yucky Mountain
here so what are we going to do with a country full of nuclear waste?
Say they sell 10,000 of these to American users... who gets the boill
for dumping the wastes? Where does it go? And how long will it take the
NRC to approve this thing? Right now the environmental impact statement
can take 10 years to get through the system and that includes no
construction time at all. Then where do we get lithium 6 isotops for the
nuetron absorber? I think I will let the first accident be in Japan,
and yet... nah...to many side effects, mainly watse products... remember
our plants were originally going to make power too cheap to meter! Well,
that certainly didn't happen.
I wonder what these doohickeys cost? A big plant has a 1000 megawatts
electrical and about 3000 megawatts thermal energy... 100x smaller that
would be 10 megawatts and 30 megawatts thermal. That is a LOT of waste
nah, I'll pass...
but clever, none the less... but wait...maybe we coould sell them to the
Taliban or Islamic countries? Tell them that it is absolutely safe?
Wester Potter wrote:
>Cheaper electricity could make battery power and hydrogen production
>more affordable. This is interesting!
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