[ RadSafe ] Fission Future

JPreisig at aol.com JPreisig at aol.com
Thu Aug 14 14:50:16 CDT 2014

     A while ago, Andy Karam gave some references to  support the idea that 
our fossil fuels (oil, natural gas
etc.) will only last another 50 to 100 years or so.  I expect this is  bad 
news.  Perhaps quite soon, we should start to build another generation  of 
fission reactors, with perhaps even a doubling or tripling of their  number.
We should start to do this in the next 20 to 40 years.  Of course,  these 
reactors should be built in geologically stable regions of the  world.
    Methane may also be another source of energy for the  future.  I wonder 
what Oliphant had to say about the future of  fusion.???
    Perhaps we can manufacture oil, natural gas, etc. in  some volumes by 
burying crop or other leftover biomatter in landfills covered by  Earth 
mounds.  Perhaps it would take too long to make oil, natural gas,  coal etc. in 
this manner.  Any info. on this, Mr. McCarn???
    Joe Preisig

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