Monthly Archives: December 2010
Yesterday, we received a lengthy commentary post that included several URLs in what appeared to be Cyrillic characters of the Russian language. Unfortunately, we have no way of translating such posts, as ATOMIC ELECTRICITY’s team is now limited to English speakers.
Small Modular Reactors, of which the LFTR is the best possible example, present special safety factors that are quite different from every existing reactor today. To understand why these SMR designs are game-changers, this MP3 provides an accurate overview. Overview … Continue reading
Nicholas Comfort reports in Bloomberg.com on 20 Dec 2010 that: “…Popular acceptance of Germany’s renewable energy drive is likely to weaken when households see the cost of subsidies in their power bills jump as much as fourfold, the ZEW Center … Continue reading
Is Nuclear Waste Really Waste…? No. Kirk Sorensen explains it.
Today, a letter to the editor of the “Northumberland Today” newspaper from one Roy Cowan of Port Hope, Canada began: “… I am amazed at the widespread response on radio, TV, the national press, and the Internet, to the aborted Port … Continue reading
“Keeping up with China…” The energy collective. 1 Dec 10 “…Since low labor costs, represent the most significant Chinese and Indian cost advantage, it is unlikely that European and American reactor manufacturers will be able to compete with the Asians … Continue reading
This notion of Mr. Patrick Cox is worth repeating: “…Contrary to the common misconception, we have no energy shortage. In fact, we have more energy available than we could ever use. If not for the anti-nuclear movement, the funders of … Continue reading