Y'ALL ARE JUST ******' ME OFF...!!!
THERE'S ABSOLUTELY NOTHING WRONG WITH THIS COMMENT...!!!
THERE ARE NO SWEAR WORDS.., NO DEMEANING... NO LIES... NOT A SINGLE "UNCIVIL" THING IN THERE...
YET YOU HAVE THE AUDACITY TO NOT MERELY "HOLD" MY COMMENT FOR "APPROVAL"...
BUT TO TOTALLY "REJECT" IT WITHOUT REASON!
WHAT THE **** ARE YOU DOING???
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Replied toraahoo 31m ago
You make a good point, Papa…
As I’ve never heard of “fail-safe”, molten salt nuclear technology…
So obviously, it’s not currently a very well accepted or promoted method of resolving our clean energy needs!
However, I’m going to stick with my more positive and optimistic perspective that America’s clean energy needs will be resolved through continued research and development of the most effective and efficient technologies to achieve that goal… which I’m sure will include a wide variety of solutions.
That’s a perspective you’ll appreciate which is supported by Richard Martin, who wrote an August 2nd, 2016 article in the MIT Technology Review, where he states;
“Today, though, as climate change accelerates and government officials and scientists seek a nuclear technology … molten salt is enjoying a renaissance. Companies such as Terrestrial Energy [Canada], Transatomic Power [U.S.], Moltex [Canada], and Flibe Energy [U.S.], are vying to develop new molten-salt reactors. Research programs on various forms of the technology are under way at universities and institutes in … the United States.”