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New nuclear reactor designs can consume the spent fuel sitting in pools across the country, defying a permanent disposal solution. Burning this spent (essentially free) fuel would reduce its volume and the remains would have a significantly shorter half life. Add in liquid salt Thorium reactors, and you can get a lot of power very cheaply. Thorium reactors were being developed to fly airplanes with their output before the cold war "need for plutonium" took over. They can be built small and safe. The small is interesting since it might obviate the need for lots of transmission and would make the grid much more robust. Thorium reactors can also use waste products from uranium/plutonium in their fuel cycle and turn them into much lower grade waste. I'm up to date on thorium. Have read a lot. There are many promising businesses. The fuel cycles are old and new. There are technical hurdles that I think will be surmounted. They only need to solve problems to make it economically viable. I survey the thorium landscape about every six months. It's one of the few things that give me hope. The best part is that the operational test reactor in Norway, Chinese reactor under construction and Russian program do not depend on bozo. India also restarted their thorium program. The US may not have the common sense to get back on the train, but the rest of the world will press on. And once the technology takes over, the world will be a better place, and there's little the fascist progs can do to stop it.

We'll be forced to climb aboard. Pity we chose not to lead, but we can't stop it. IMHO human caused climate change with it's allegedly horrific consequences is a religion masquerading as a science. It's preachers selectively cite doctored measurements and unfounded projections to support their apocalyptic sermons and ever increasing demands for more money and lots more power to deal with the effects of human caused climate change.  Questions for those who are devotees of this religion:  How much would global climate change in the form of temperature increases or decreases be affected if every human activity fueled by burning fossil fuels immediately stopped?  What percentage of current human energy use would be sustainable if solar cells, windmills, and other renewable non-polluting sources were the only sources of energy available?

It's also an industry, Mr. Pratt, one that President Eisenhower warned us about more than half a century ago: "Akin to, and largely responsible for the sweeping changes in our industrial-military posture, has been the technological revolution during recent decades. In this revolution, research has become central; it also becomes more formalized, complex, and costly. A steadily increasing share is conducted for, by, or at the direction of, the Federal government. Today, the solitary inventor, tinkering in his shop, has been overshadowed by task forces of scientists in laboratories and testing fields. In the same fashion, the free university, historically the fountainhead of free ideas and scientific discovery, has experienced a revolution in the conduct of research. Partly because of the huge costs involved, a government contract becomes virtually a substitute for intellectual curiosity. For every old blackboard there are now hundreds of new electronic computers.

Climate change, more particularly, AGW hypothesis, is the perfect tool with which to bludgeon political opposition. It doesn't matter how it turns out or how much money is funneled into pet projects and crony pockets, the alarmists will claim victory. Regardless of cause, if atmospheric temps continue to rise, they will say "We told you so." and if temps reverse, they will take the credit. Although, I have to wonder, why would anyone want the Earth to enter into a cooling phase. That is the far greater calamity.

I'm just a simple man living in "fly over" country but I've always been confused as to why when we can't predict the weather a few days in advance but we think we can take the incredible complexity of the entire planet and pour all the variables and assumptions into a computer program and somehow predict with accuracy the next 100 years or more. Perhaps I'm just uneducated and certainly unsophisticated but this at its root seems the height of arrogance. Perhaps these climate folks are really just weather worshipers along the lines of the ancient god "Baal". They also sacrificed people to this god. Kinda like we do with abortion. Perhaps the most important question is ultimately, who do you worship?


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