TID Board Of Directors
- Sep 30, 2011
My only disagreement would be to place a giant one next to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave and pray for a meltdown.Yea I watched a docu not long ago about the 3 new designs they have for plants. One used a liquified metal of some kind so in the event of a catastrophic meltdown a massive metal cube formed around the nuclear material essentially buying us 20 years to clean up the meltdown before radiation spews out at Chernobyl / fukashima levels.
It's hands down our best option at the moment as a species. However people are so scared of it. Which again makes no sense. We have enough federal land in the middle of the nation that is highly isolated where we could place these plants and with our new electric transmission tech power the nation.
I'm all for green, but not the ignorant way the neo DNC pushes.
Musk on the latest Rogan had some great points also about intelligent ways to institute a carbon tax that would basically shift the duty of conversion onto the free market and off the government and I really liked what he said.