"Modular" reactors could be the future of clean energy. But as General Atomics knows, it will take more than just shrinking conventional designs.
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Artificial intelligence, nano tech, biotech. It might all run horribly amok. You'd be surprised at who says so.
Blue light before bed. Morning brings slow head.
It works a bit like one of those ski lifts that pushes you up the slope while you're standing. Norway has one. San Francisco and Pittsburgh are looking into it.
Only in America would this idea even come up for a vote.
The country's long running effort to entice industry to come and use its 100 percent "renewable" electricity is picking up steam.
The dreaded inevitable has happened.
Want independence from Russian gas? Then ramp up development of novel reactors that are safer, cheaper and more useful than today's.
It's a religion. But why such reverence when demigod Toyota keeps making faulty cars?
Just as you were getting over your anxiety about getting stranded, the American Automobile Association has some extreme news.