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  1. I get what you’re saying, but I think that it is to little to late. While the coal industry was trying to hedge their bets a number of new and very exciting ways of generating electricity have popped up.
    Photoswitching and Solid State Generators are pretty cool, but I am looking to latest iterations of LENR. I advocate for LENR and continually as local, state and federal agencies to open their eyes and provide appropriate cross training for many folks in the Fossil Fuel industry. My supportive links are below. @pmaher_art

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBjA5LLraX0 Spaceplanes from NASA
    https://www.lenr-forum.com/forum/index.php/Attachment/386-IEEE-brief-DeChiaro-9-2015-pdf/
    http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/36785-on-the-precipice-standing-rock-sioux-tribe-endorses-cutting-edge-nuclear-technology
    https://www.congress.gov/congressional-report/114th-congress/house-report/537/1 Checkout page 83.
    http://www.infinite-energy.com/images/pdfs/LENRIAInfiniteEnergy123.pdf This addresses LENRIA and the current structure of involved parties
    http://www.e-catworld.com/2015/09/03/cern-to-host-seminar-on-the-anomalous-heat-effect-on-dh-loaded-palladium/
    http://lenr-canr.org/index/DownloadOnly/DownloadOnly.php
    http://lenr-canr.org/acrobat/MosierBossinvestigat.pdf I believe that this is the DOD report to the HASC concerning utility of LENR in Military.

  2. LENR stands for Low Energy Nuclear Reactions, (or sometimes Lattice Enabled Nanoscale Reactions). I haven’t looked into it, but I’m not sure I know what you mean when you say that what I’m saying is a little too late. We have a big problem with half a century of fly ash stored in ponds. We have another big problem with people so scared of toxic content that is toxic only in large concentrations, including the dry landfills they want to move it to.

    We have those problems even if we stop generating electricity from fossil fuels tomorrow. The only viable solution, it seems to me, is to view the ash as a resource for making something useful rather than as a waste to dispose of. LENR may or may not be a good alternative for generating electricity. It won’t solve our ash problems.

    But thank you for taking the time to leave such a detailed and thoughtful comment.

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