Thanks a bundle.
This one goes into my DM42 right this very moment
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https://www.topgear.com/car-news/usa/ca ... s-wtf-2009
As mentioned; nothing substantial, really, since 2009
And for the technology, I'm thinking about the molten salt reactor. Edit: Thorium-228, and it is about 2 years half-time.. For a start, I found three articles about molten salt reactors: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fl%C3%BCssigsalzreaktor and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molten_salt_reactor and ...
You wouldn't happend to have any influence in your industry, ... Which industry? If you know of any "physical" industry, please tell me. Personally, I've worked in various industries, from needles to pipelines, just to name both product size limits. BTW, most physicists moving to "industry" here we...
No secret - you find it in About the Author in each WP34S manual - experimental nuclear physics. 8-) Cool! Fusion? Nah - nuclear spectroscopy (but mainly real-time data acquisition and analysis). Fusion was 40 years away when I studied and is now still (the so-called fusion constant). Nice :) You w...
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25% in Norway and Sweden. 21% in Latvia Though, Norway and Denmark is "funny" when it comes to cars. Import tax on a car in Norway is an average of 100%. With a little less, ca 50% on smaller cars and up to 1000 (one thousand)% on cars like Bugatti and such. It's even worse in Denmark with 125 - 200...