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Problems…Problems…Problems….

Problems…Problems…Problems…. While doing my regular research this morning I came across a post by Robert Rapier over at Consumer Energy Report “This Week in Energy: Range Fuels To Declare Bankruptcy?” This post has several issues that it discusses, one of … Continue reading

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How Much is One MW of Electricity?

How Much is One MW of Electricity? Often when we read about energy we are confronted with terms like MW KW TW GW and we don’t know exactly what they mean in terms of “work”. The story that I want … Continue reading

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Rossi’s Self Sustaining One Megawatt Reactor

The following is a truncated version of a news report that I happened across yesterday and want to re-post for two reasons. One, after the debacle of M. Fleishman and S. Pons in March 1989 concerning the idea of “cold … Continue reading

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