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Perry Grossman

May 16, 2016
03:04

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Nice Name! The CanPoo Reactor.

“DRR proliferation concerns.” Could you explain more about this issue? I tend to be concerned about these issues, having read Charles Perrow’s Normal Accidents at an early age.

Why is it important to mention the specific aircraft: “S.T.O.L. Aircraft like the DHC-5.”? Could you compare this to standard practices for nuclear waste. Also, why not revise the process so that Radiolysis occurs at the nuclear site?

I am not clear on the particular value of this video for the proposal:

“see crash https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SzMvKXP8Pc

Could you explain more about Radiolysis, e.g. from sites like this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiolysis

Could you explain more on this: “anything not converting to hydrogen, will be disposed of using Browns Gas "transmutation"? E.g. is this a good source for such information. Could you perhaps made a summary for your proposal?

http://www.eagle-research.com/cms/blog/browns-gas/browns-gas-transmutation/browns-gas-transmutation

And what are the “DRR increased radioactive waste concerns.” with that?

Thanks, good luck,

Perry


Perry Grossman

Jun 10, 2016
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Hi,

Congratulations on making it to the semi-finals!

Could you explain how this sentence is relevant:

"Tar Sands construction skills inclusion expedites to scale implementation."

Would either the nuclear waste or human waste be moved in a similar way to the Tar Sands pipeline?

Perry


Perry Grossman

Jun 10, 2016
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I would also like to see more detail, as the judges have suggested:

"For the next round of judging, please add detail that will help justify the economics and technical feasibility of using radioactive materials to generate hydrogen from waste and compare it to conventional technology."


Perry Grossman

Jun 10, 2016
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Could you explain more about the significance of this reference:

http://www.populist.com/99.12.krebs.blob.html

 

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