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Swedish Skeptics Confirm "Nuclear Process" in Tiny 4.7 kW Reactor: I spend much of my time debunking the free energy fantasies of my less technically competent friends. Wishful thinking makes many believe that cars can run on water after seeing a brief youtube video. Lately, however, I have been undergoing an exciting paradigm shift.
Low Energy Nuclear Reactions: 2.5 Million Watt-hours from a Nickel?: All existing nuclear plants, and the planned $13 billion ITER hot fusion project, are based on the "atoms for peace" idea of adapting military bomb technology to civilian use. The tens of billions in research dollars that have been spent have clouded the judgment of leaders in the nuclear science community causing irrational denial of the work being done at low energy levels.
Is the Bloom Box Cheaper Than Solar?: The Bloom Box provides a plug-and-play approach to on-site electricity, using natural gas-powered fuel cells to provide stable, on-demand power. While it competes favorably with solar PV, its cost is competitive in just a few states with high electricity prices.
Busting 4 Myths About Solar PV vs. Concentrating Solar Power: Although both produce electricity from the sun, there are significant differences between solar photovoltaics (PV) and concentrating solar thermal electricity generation. This guide answers the most pressing questions about the two solar technologies.
Really Cheap, Really Clean Electricity from Boron: This is going to be an exciting winter. Two different revolutionary green energy solutions are about to take giant steps. After 60 years of dangerous nuclear power based on bomb technology, we may finally see nuclear energy that is clean, safe and cheap as dirt. If we could achieve 100% efficiency, E=MC² tells us that one ounce of matter could be converted to seventy million dollars worth of electricity!
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