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Nov 09, 2006

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Dana Ames

What do you do with the spent fuel? It is dangerous for a very long time. I can't get past that- major objection to nuclear power.

Dana

Michael Kruse

"It is dangerous for a very long time."

Details, Details!!! *grin*

I am with you. However, I don't know if you saw my post about green nuclear back on August 26.

"What if we could build a nuclear reactor that offered no possibility of a meltdown, generated its power inexpensively, created no weapons-grade by-products, and burnt up existing high-level waste as well as old nuclear weapon stockpiles? And what if the waste produced by such a reactor was radioactive for a mere few hundred years rather than tens of thousands? It may sound too good to be true, but such a reactor is indeed possible, and a number of teams around the world are now working to make it a reality. What makes this incredible reactor so different is its fuel source: thorium."

That I could live with.

Dana Ames

Me too.
Get some rest.
D.

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