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Pint-sized nuclear reactors and Inherent Energy!

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Radio-active Energy

On friday the 19. of March 2010 (Israeli issue) the International Herald Tribune featured an article on the frontpage about Pint-sized Nuclear Reactors (the on-line article differs slightly from the printed edition) the Russian industry offers to the global market as a solution to the energy plight.

Some of those gadgets might become Mini-  Chernobyls in time! The probability rises with each such reactor.

Besides the fact that no one really knows what to do with the radioactive waste such reactors are not needed as long as the potentials of the Inherent Energy is not fully utilized.

It would be much cheaper, easier and safer to build in all neighborhoods TOTEM Systems to help solve the energy hunger of society.

So the Inherent Energy is utilized and other ways of producing energy are not as pressing as they are today.

In addition many jobs will be created.

In the spirit that unemployment is a waste of human (biological) energy and resources!

The Inherent Energy and the TOTEM against Climate Change!

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  4. Mellisa Gavin

    Smaller reactors are not only cheaper but mass-produced and easier to site. Their price tag means that power companies could use nuclear energy without the risk of financial default.
    However, the smaller reactors will be no less controversial than their full-sized cousins. They will generate radioactive nuclear waste and create a potential security risk, critics have warned.

  5. John M.

    Small nuclear reactors may be a future option for the electricity industry. a small nuclear reactor is about the size of a city bus and costs about one-tenth the amount of a full-sized reactor, which can range in price from $5 billion to $10 billion. Small reactors offer an option for power companies that are interested in nuclear energy, which generates no greenhouse gases, but are wary of the financial risks involved.

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