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December 27, 2009 – Comments (10)

Korea Inks $20.4 Billion Nuclear Deal With U.A.E.

If Alstry was going to make one postive bet.....it would be a bet that Nuclear Power will dominate the world in the next twenty years.  Despite terrorist attacks, unstable governments, among other issues...the world is still rushing to develop nuclear power....even in the Middle East.

It will likely be the trigger for the biggest postive convulsive change in Human History.....the world will be able to develop with cheap electricity and power pretty much anything economically.....regardless of current geographical constraints.

High Speed Electric Trains.....

Electric Cars.....

No need for fossil fuells....

Readily available access to the World Wide Web everywhere

Information exchange will be collaberative and instantaneous....all over the world.  Human technological advances will acellerate and so will our standard of living.

This is how The Institute of Alstrynomics sees the world just a few years down the road.........

10 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On December 27, 2009 at 2:09 PM, Teacherman1 (28.03) wrote:

A rec for a positive post.

Hope you had  Merry Christmas. 

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#2) On December 27, 2009 at 2:36 PM, cashkid79 (94.73) wrote:

Shaw is building a major manufacturing facility down the road from me now, specializing in nuclear reactor components so...from where I sit (literally), it all falls in line with nuclear power having some definite advantages...enough to perpetuate expansion currently, across the globe or down the road... 

Really though, I'm still shocked at the positive post!!! +REC and may you have a wonderful New Year (as you know it) ...

cashkid79

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#3) On December 27, 2009 at 2:36 PM, IIcx (< 20) wrote:

Happy New Year Alstry

There is still the issue of spent fuel storage, the design used to build them, and the type. It would be great if the world could settle on a single design to minimize the potential problems but the probability of this is zero.

Hydroelectric, solar, and wind are the safest approaches if used in an array.

The Sarhara desert seems like a logical place for solar and it has a massive untapped aquafer. It would be interesting to consider the idea of generating power in one location for an entire region in that part of the world but it isn't likely to happen any time soon. 

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#4) On December 27, 2009 at 2:50 PM, Tagit (53.02) wrote:

Mr. Positive & rec

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#5) On December 27, 2009 at 5:14 PM, FleaBagger (28.07) wrote:

Merry Christmas and happy New Year! Do you think the U.S. will soon end its senseless ban on nuclear reprocessing?

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#6) On December 27, 2009 at 7:36 PM, Sozurmama (23.28) wrote:

nucular. it's pronounced nucular.

how do you feel about USU? im cosidering buying in next week.

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#7) On December 27, 2009 at 11:03 PM, topsecret09 (44.12) wrote:

#6) On December 27, 2009 at 7:36 PM, Sozurmama (70.66) wrote:nucular. it's pronounced nucular.how do you feel about USU? im considering buying in next week      { USEC} Is not for the faint of heart,but the risk/reward Is justified with the stock at $3.97 per share....  If the Government changes It's mind,and loans the funds to USU to finish their project the stock would rocket. In my opinion I would rate the chances that the company receives the funding when all Is said and done at about 50/50. Definitely a gamble,but the company Is a pure play,and I do not think the government wants to contribute to their failure. It would't look good when we have 10% unemployment,and Obama desperate to create jobs.... I am a buyer under 5 bucks....   TS

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#8) On December 28, 2009 at 12:36 AM, Donnernv (< 20) wrote:

A relatively useful blog.  Congratulations.  For those who wish to learn something meaningful, I offer a magazine article I wrote a little more than a year ago.

It should answer most questions,

http://www.theenergyreport.com/pub/na_u/534

Take your time.  It's a complex subject.

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#9) On December 28, 2009 at 1:13 AM, alstry (36.27) wrote:

Actually not that complicated.....written very clearly for the lay person to read........unlike Alstry's style the screaming blogger,  and for a pancake eater, you have an excellent pedigree.... so I figured since you are too modest I would give you a plug.

About the author: "Donnernv", a pseudonym, is a regular contributor to Motley Fool CAPS. He's an active investor, and has spent 15 years studying energy, macroeconomics and investing. He graduated Yale BEE Electrical Engineering, and has a joint MIT/Harvard Business MBA. Before retiring, he worked for McKinsey and Company, and founded two companies — Canberra Industries (Nuclear research electronics), now owned by AREVA, and Commerce Register (which provides data processing for direct marketing industry).

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#10) On December 28, 2009 at 11:50 AM, chlyd (< 20) wrote:

 Thank you Donnernv, I found your article very well written. I was able to understand. I believe nuclear power is the right directon for America.

  Thank you Alstry very much for your positive blog. +1 rec

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