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The Nuclear Situation Nobody is Talking About

Louie13 Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 1:44 PM
And Pete, I know of huge deposits of Uranium in Colorado, some of it on Indian land, that have not been tapped into. Obama and his crew are trying to stop it from being tapped. There is no shortage of Uranium at the present time. And Nuclear is one of the cheapest sources of energy. but the cost of the stuff has been driven up by speculators in the last decades. I remember a group of former TVA CEOs getting together and buying up Uranium bearing lands out West in order to drive the price up.
Louie13 Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 1:51 PM
One final note: I read of a natural deposit of Uranium in Africa that was so concentrated that it was undergoing natural fission.

Furthermore, the heat from the center of the earth, you know, which keeps much of the rock in the Earth molten, is generated by nuclear. Heavy elements, such as Iron, nickle, and Uranium, settle to the core of the Earth, and the Uranium undergoes slow fission. So when one taps into geothermal heat from guisers , for example, one is indirectly tapping into this fission source.

Louie
Louie13 Wrote: Oct 24, 2012 1:51 PM
One final note: I read of a natural deposit of Uranium in Africa that was so concentrated that it was undergoing natural fission.

Furthermore, the heat from the center of the earth, you know, which keeps much of the rock in the Earth molten, is generated by nuclear. Heavy elements, such as Iron, nickle, and Uranium, settle to the core of the Earth, and the Uranium undergoes slow fission. So when one taps into geothermal heat from guisers , for example, one is indirectly tapping into this fission source.

Louie

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