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Ok, every comment form has a different procedure. ...

2010-08-02T08:23:43.861-07:00

Ok, every comment form has a different procedure. Although this one is different, I will attempt to jump through your hoops and post. Why is the world dependent on carbon based energy sources? Mankind needs to get off these. They cause tremendous amounts of polution and they are running out. They will be the end of us all if this dependency is not stopped. Years ago there was a very large push to develope nuclear power, ha, this seemed to be the greatest answer for all time. Until it was realized the nuclear waste created had a half life of 2.2 million years. Did you know the real reason the world went with Uranium 235 fission? The real reason was that with the U235 breeder reactor Plutonium 239 was a by-product of it and you know what Plutonium 239 makes. (ie. Nuclear bombs)Well I agree fission using U235 is NOT THE ANSWER! However, there is another way, Uranium is not the only fissionable material on the planet. Thorium is an excellent fissionable material, in fact when fissionable reactors were being developed viable thorium reactors were actually developed right along with Uranium reactors, but when push came to shove for the development of the nuclear navy, The uranium reactors were selected for military purposes. For several reasons, but mainly because they were an easy source of Plutonium, and they were so expensive, they would be the beginning of a cost weapon against our global competators. Unfortunately the thorium reactors were forgotten about. Lately much research has gone into the development of Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactors (LFTRs) If you want to learn more about LFTRs, I suggest you Google them and watch the videos on U-tube about them. LFTRs are what FUSION wants to be.



Finally!!! After 87 days.... The new "cap...

2010-07-13T01:51:51.864-07:00

Finally!!!

After 87 days....

The new "cap" on the Deepwater Horizon well appears to be a Cameron standard blowout preventer right off the shelf, by the same people who manufactured the original blowout preventer that failed...



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2010-06-06T12:29:30.218-07:00

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