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SpoonFed Donating Member (801 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon May-16-11 07:37 AM
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24. Didn't grasp that...
With regards to floating cities why would he or she grasp that now?
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  -Proceedings of IEEE: Why nuclear power will never supply the world's energy needs kristopher  May-14-11 10:55 AM   #0 
  - It's an insightful and accessible article. Recommended.  GliderGuider   May-14-11 12:11 PM   #1 
  - You're welcome.  kristopher   May-14-11 03:13 PM   #4 
  - Uranium supply would not last with 15,000 reactors  txlibdem   May-14-11 12:22 PM   #2 
  - Thorium is also rejected.  kristopher   May-14-11 12:31 PM   #3 
  - It's not the thorium supply that's the issue, apparently.  GliderGuider   May-14-11 05:58 PM   #5 
     - High power density of LFTR requires less of those exotic materials (if any)  txlibdem   May-14-11 09:19 PM   #7 
        - Why do I suspect that the Devil is hiding in his usual place...  GliderGuider   May-14-11 09:27 PM   #8 
           - There's a hint of the devil here:  GliderGuider   May-14-11 09:35 PM   #10 
           - Such as?  txlibdem   May-14-11 09:39 PM   #11 
              - Such as the ones above in post #10... nt  GliderGuider   May-14-11 09:52 PM   #12 
                 - Developing LFTRs will require advances in high temperature materials  txlibdem   May-15-11 07:01 AM   #13 
                    - A solution that will not be ready from *more* than 2 decades isn't a solution.  kristopher   May-15-11 10:14 AM   #14 
                       - Where did you get 2 decades? And does it change my opinion  txlibdem   May-15-11 10:48 AM   #15 
                       - It's mentioned in the first link in post 10. Also in this Australian government paper:  GliderGuider   May-15-11 11:01 AM   #16 
                          - Okay, and we have a 55-year supply of Uranium left. I'll just have to wait till 2030.  txlibdem   May-15-11 11:23 AM   #17 
                       - Didn't grasp that...  SpoonFed   May-16-11 07:37 AM   # 
                       - He has belief that some cockeyed system of automated manufacturing makes everything he wants free.  kristopher   May-16-11 04:12 PM   #25 
                       - Didn't grasp that...  SpoonFed   May-16-11 07:37 AM   #24 
                          - Read the entire thread (fm 2010)  kristopher   Jun-15-11 01:10 PM   #26 
                             - Hahaha, Epic, Worth The Read...  SpoonFed   Jun-15-11 02:49 PM   #27 
  - IEEE is obviously biased against nuclear fission  kristopher   May-14-11 07:29 PM   #6 
     - It's been well established that wind requires no energy storage up to about 20% of total energy mix  txlibdem   May-14-11 09:33 PM   #9 
        - Storage is an economic niche not a technical one.  kristopher   May-15-11 12:14 PM   #18 
           - Ad hominem not accepted as a valid response  txlibdem   May-15-11 12:43 PM   #19 
              - Twisting and spinning the truth is what you are trying to do - -  kristopher   May-15-11 12:53 PM   #20 
                 - "Nuclear perpetuating the system" - You're the only one who claims that.  txlibdem   May-15-11 01:52 PM   #21 
                    - So you are using the Shrub defense.  kristopher   May-15-11 08:26 PM   #22 
                       - Yo no soy el arbusto - I got your reference :-)  txlibdem   May-15-11 09:13 PM   #23 
 

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