Date: Thursday, July 11, 2013
By Gregory Goble
The United States of America Navy LENR energy patent is noteworthy. The transmutation of radioactive waste to benign elements through LENR low energy nuclear reactions is of global importance. With the continuing Fukushima disaster and the plutonium sludge leaks at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation site, which threatens planetary health, our government should be fast-tracking the LENR remediation of nuclear waste. This technology should be brought forward with broad disclosure and international involvement. The U.S. has not made broad disclosure and is thereby stalling international collaboration in development of this important nuclear waste and pollution remediation, a cold fusion technology.
Can we trust the DoE to do it right this time?NAVY LENR Patent Granted – Transmutes Radioactive Waste
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Editor's Note: Of particular interest in this article, is that Global Energy Corporation, a SPAWAR partner, claims to have a working pilot reactor called GeNie, which produces energy via a hybrid fusion/fast-fission process. GeNie is said to operate off of nuclear waste, and produces no waste of its own, e.g. consumes and transmutes the nuclear waste in to less harmful daughter products...