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2002 Former NV Gov.
Bob List urges Nevada to get paid for the Yucca repository
development. This is a good list of positives for science and
engineering adaptation for the University of Nevada System. Nevada's
education must transform to technology in order to attract technology!
contains 17 pages of information about Nevada's water resources
statewide and the high amount of water that is used by the
Nevada mining industry. We are working on calculations to see
if combinations rivers, ground water, effluent waste water etc., can
be "co operatively used" to support nuclear plants and then returned
to the system. Nuclear does nothing to the water source short of
rising its temperature to 80 degrees when it's returned to the
Information Administration: New reactor designs that are either
available or anticipated to become available in the United States by
2030. These 12 pages also discuss Fast Breeder Reactors some of
which are operating in Russia, France, and India.
"The Health Hazards
of Not Going Nuclear" Peter G. Shaw Idaho National Laboratory. This
was our 1st US Nuclear Energy educational "presentation".
These 52 pages of slides presented by Peter Shaw contain and
excellent review of nuclear efficiency and safety compared to coal
fired energy production systems.