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by sen-no-sen
12/11/21, 21:24
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?
answers: 109
views: 9736

Re: Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?

Capitalism breeds monsters but it is an interesting experience to live in it, it allows to be aware of the sufferings and to gain awareness of human nature. To say that capitalism generates monsters seems to me to be a very poor analysis. Of...
by sen-no-sen
12/11/21, 14:58
Forum : Science and Technology
Subject : Walk again on the moon in 2024
answers: 61
views: 7108

Re: Walking on the Moon in 2024

could we know what the best they could be jerk off on the moon than a robot could do for them? : roll: Hmmmm? It is a question of leadership vis-à-vis China (new cold war) and incidentally of fallout (sic!) In terms of techno history of crystallis ...
by sen-no-sen
12/11/21, 13:24
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?
answers: 109
views: 9736

Re: Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?

I think we will never agree on this root cause. For me, capitalism flatters and surfs on human desires for greatness. The energy being only the armed arm and not the decision maker. Answer his questions and you will understand: Where does capitalism come from? What is the definition pr ...
by sen-no-sen
12/11/21, 11:38
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?
answers: 109
views: 9736

Re: Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?

Since when have capitalism and "economics" totally above ground been physical laws? Capitalism, like all ideologies is subject to the laws of nature.If this doctrine has succeeded in establishing itself, it is precisely because it allowed the maximization of dissipation ...
by sen-no-sen
11/11/21, 21:55
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?
answers: 109
views: 9736

Re: Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?

(...) it would take a huge technological breakthrough, leading us to aneutronic fusion (for example Bore Hydrogen) to manage to exploit something. (...) nevertheless it is a hypothetical mirage that will sparkle in at least 100 years. Until then, something else must be done. The fusion energy th ...
by sen-no-sen
11/11/21, 17:39
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?
answers: 109
views: 9736

Re: Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?

(...) For me, talking about nuclear as a stakeholder in the energy transition is as stupid as talking about natural gas. They are exhaustible and polluting energies. On these 2 criteria, they are automatically disqualified. The "nuclear" according to its current form (fission) is effec ...
by sen-no-sen
10/11/21, 19:05
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?
answers: 109
views: 9736

Re: Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?

To use the answer again, yes, we can make the ecological transition without nuclear power ... the other question is how long and in what type of society? Negawatt's proposal to do this in twenty years is pretty much technically feasible on the ...
by sen-no-sen
10/11/21, 11:30
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?
answers: 109
views: 9736

Re: Can we make the ecological transition without nuclear power?

The real question is:Can we make the energy transition without oil?
Nuclear power accounts for 16% of our energy (France) and barely 5% in the world, so this is a bad question.
by sen-no-sen
10/11/21, 09:37
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : Nuclear power continues in the world
answers: 526
views: 79940

Re: Nuclear continues in the world

Similarly, in the context of a significant increase in our electrical power (to replace a share of fossils) we could very well have 50% nuclear and 50% RE, while having a net installed nuclear power greater than the current power. ] Yes. And? As a reminder of the promise of ...
by sen-no-sen
09/11/21, 23:34
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : Nuclear power continues in the world
answers: 526
views: 79940

Re: Nuclear continues in the world

In fact this news is very symptomatic of the degree of amateurism of our government.The candidate Macron of 2017 was committed in the continuity of Holland to reduce the share of nuclear power to 50%. I did not understand that this announcement called into question a target of +/- 50% of naked production ...

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