[ RadSafe ] Googling World Energy Reserves

Dimiter Popoff didi at tgi-sci.com
Mon Dec 12 15:26:20 CST 2005

I am not going to comment on the link you posted, but here
is the bit of information I have: about 10 years ago, I knew
from insiders that the costs per kWh at Kozloduy NPP were
something between 1.5 and 2.5 cents (I just do not remember
Now they are cheerfully selling us their product at >10 cents/kWh; just try
asking about the costs and you'll be drowned in as much
pointless babble as it takes to bore you away (I am sure this
is the standard procedure not only here).


Dimiter Popoff               Transgalactic Instruments


>  -------Original Message-------
>  From: Maury Siskel <maurysis at ev1.net>
>  Subject: [ RadSafe ] Googling World Energy Reserves
>  Sent: Dec 12 '05 10:50
>  http://www.lewrockwell.com/walker/walker16.html
>  Links to an interesting perspective of energy and especially nuclear
>  power. Wish I could correctly evaluate the validity or correctness of
>  the Walker's cited data, but that is beyond my knowledge.  I am
>  convinced that energy prices include a very large fear/apprehension
>  premium and that there is no shortage (neither present nor prospective)
>  of energy raw materials (i.e., gas, coal, etc).
>  I would like to read the opinions of others on this List who might be
>  inclined to comment.
>  Cheers,
>  Maury&Dog     maurysis at ev1.net
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