This was the second of two DOE small modular reactor grants; the first was awarded to Babcock and Wilcox, a stalwart in the nuclear industry."
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They could have bought insurance for a lot more than 44 people with $300 million.
MSRs look great on the drawing board.
The salts are corrosive and solid at room temperature.
On site chemical processing of the salt stream with fuel and FPs is required.
Huge proliferation risk.
Chemical plants are much more accident prone than nuclear reactors.
Interesting and elegant concept. There is a reason that the technology has been pursued only half-heartedly since the demo facilities the 1960s.
My understanding is that this only applies to newly purchased phones, starting today, 1/27.
Any phone purchased on 1/26 or before can still be legally unlocked.
Please correct me if I'm wrong.
I went to the University of New Mexico at 14. Graduated at 19, Summa Cum Laude with a B.S. in engineering. Masters from Purdue at 21. I'm now 23 and a semester away from my Ph.D.
Believe it or not, I am extremely social!
My girlfriend, who is a foreign national, started her University studies at 16.
It is all about individual cases. Great to see more flexibility in the educational system.
Thufir's a Harkonnen now.