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Comment: Re:that's misleading (Score 1) 564

by TheTurtlesMoves (#48166853) Attached to: Lockheed Claims Breakthrough On Fusion Energy Project
You are in disagreement with experts. Like the IAEA.

Let me guess, LFTR have already done right? Wrong. It was a experimental reactor that did *no* breading. That did *no* in situ reprocessing. That didn't solve the corrosion issues, just suggested some things and on top of all that is still no fully decommissions. It was also tiny. At only 10MW.

As for TWR, well those estimates are from the company who wants to make them.

Read more serious articles and a little less LFTR fanboy sites and you would be a lot more informed.

Comment: Re:Just as long as it's not XK-class. (Score 1) 145

by TheTurtlesMoves (#47897845) Attached to: X-Class Solar Flare Coming Friday
Lucky for us, astrophysicists don't run or operate the grid. 10 years? Are you kidding me? How the hell is that credible? If that was true then it would have taken 1000 years to build the current grid. Only it didn't and most of the grid was built very very recently (Hint we use more power every year).

Comment: Re:Not just Reno (Score 1) 444

GP is a well known troll on this sort of topic. Mostly just makes up facts. For example he/she once posted that Three Mile Island killed tens of thousands of people. When it comes to his/her beloved Germany. Well shesh, the solar panels will need to work at peek power even in the middle of the night to even close to a angle o sphere claim.

If it's worth doing, it's worth doing for money.